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Please note that the pre-registration deadline for ICAC KOBE 2014 is 17:00 on Thursday July 17th. Please register at your convenience before this date.
This conference will have simultaneous interpreting.
*Admission is free but attendees are requested to register beforehand.
*Hotel rooms in Kobe are going fast. If you need accommodation, please book soon.


Live Love Animals ICAC KOBE 2014
The 3rd International Conference on Animal Care in KOBE 2014

—For the Future of People and Other Animals

Purpose:
Created as a result of the tragic human and animal suffering caused by the 1995 Kobe Earthquake (Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake), this conference wishes improve people and animal welfare on an international basis by demonstrating
 that our responsibilities to one another are more extensive than we usually consider. This event will deliver a multi-discipline range of expertise and knowledge in a format of exchange to encourage innovative debate and to introduce new techniques and technologies, and their implementation.
Conference Objective:
“We as people, and on behalf of fellow animals, need to better ‘Appreciate’ our each and every existence, help each other to attain lives that are more ‘Happy’ overall, and accept our ‘Responsibilities’ for the lives of all creatures on this planet”.
It was under the above philosophy that the 1st ICAC-KOBE (in December 2009) was held to commemorate and reflect on the experiences of the Kobe Earthquake (the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake) of January 17th 1995). The 2nd conference (in February 2012) also needed to consider such issues following the Great Japan Earthquake and tsunami disaster of March 11th, 2011). Therefore many professionals, gathering under the theme of ‘For the Future of People and Other Animals’, and representing from many different specialties including Veterinary Medicine, Crisis Management, Zoonoses, Food Safety, Animal Welfare, and the ‘Human Animal Bond’ have already been exchanging knowledge and ideas.
The 3rd ICAC-KOBE will follow the spirit of this theme ‘For the Future of People and Other Animals’ and offer wideranging topics that reflect society’s most current concerns to be explained by specialist speakers from diverse fields.
This conference aims to clarify what people in general can do towards achieving a future in which both people and other animals can enjoy higher levels of happiness and wellbeing. We intend to contribute to the greater realization of both mental and physical health for people, animals and the whole ecosystem.

 

■Name: Live Love Animals ICAC KOBE 2014
The 3rd International Conference on Animal Care in KOBE 2014
—For the Future of People and Other Animals
■Dates: Saturday 19th July 2014 & Sunday 20th July
■Venue: Kobe Portopia Hotel (International Conference, Reception )
■Organizer: Japan Veterinary Medical AssociationPIIA Knots
■Joint Organizers: Japan Medical AssociationVeterinary Association of Hyogo PrefectureKobe City Veterinarian Association
■Symposium Organizers: Society for Zoonoses ResearchJapanese Animal Hospital Association (JAHA)Japan Animal Welfare Society (JAWS)Japanese Coalition for Animal WelfareJapanese Society of Zoo and Wildlife MedicineJapan Veterinary Medical AssociationJapan Bear NetworkJapanese Society for Applied Animal BehaviourThe Japanese Society of Veterinary ScienceNara Prefecture Uda Animal Park Promotion OfficePIIA Knots
■Main Sponsor: Nestle PURINA
■Sponsor: hill's_logo-e
■Symposium Supporting Companies: Royal Canin JaponNestlé PURINADS Pharma Animal Health Co., Ltd.Mars Japan Limited
■Conference Supporter:
– Companies and Organizations
Pet Food Institute (USA) ROKKOSAN COUNTRY HOUSEASAHI GROUP HOLDINGS, LTD.
■Conference Supporter:
– Individuals
Donations by individuals
■Helping Organizer: Tsutomu Nakauchi Foundation
■Special Cooperation: JAPAN PET FOOD ASSOCIATION
Graduate School of Veterinary Medicine, Hokkaido UniversityVeterinary Medicine Program, Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary MedicineCooperative Department of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Agriculture, Iwate UniversityDepartment of Veterinary Medical Sciences, The University of TokyoCooperative Department of Veterinary Medicine, Tokyo University of Agriculture and TechnologyJoint Department of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Applied Biological Sciences, Gifu UniversityJoint Department of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Agriculture, Tottori UniversityDepartment of Veterinary Medicine,Joint Faculty of Veterinary Medicine,Yamaguchi UniversityDepartment of Veterinary Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture university of MiyazakiDepartment of Veterinary Medicine,Joint Faculty of Veterinary Medicine,Kagoshima UniversityDivision of Veterinary Science, Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, Osaka Prefecture UniversitySchool of Veterinary Medicine ,Rakuno Gakuen UniversitySchool of Veterinary Medicine , Kitasato UniversityDepartment of Veterinary Medicine,College of Bioresource Sciences, Nihon UniversitySchool of Veterinary Medicine, Azabu UniversitySchool of Veterinary Medicine, Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University
■Cooperation: Institute of tropical medicine Nagasaki universityJapanese Society of ParasitologyThe Japan Society of Medical Entomology and ZoologyJapanese Society of Tropical MedicineWild Life Rescue Veterinarian AssociationJapan Association of Zoos and AquariumsHyogo Prefecture Animal Wellbeing Center/Hyogo Sikadeer Sustainable Use Working Group/AnimaTec OHSHIMA/Japan Association for the Promotion of Canine Good CitizensJapan Pet Products Manufacturers AssociationYezo Deer AssociationNippon Animal Hospital AssociationJapan SPF Swine AssociationHeadquarters for the Relief of Animals in EmergenciesChiyoda Nyantonaru-kaiJapan Riding Association for the DisabledSociety for the Study of Human Animal RelationsJapanese Veterinary Nursing AssociationAssociation for Promoting Living with Pets (APLP)JAPAN KENNEL CLUBJapan Association of Veterinary Students
■Support: Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and FisheriesMinistry of the EnvironmentMinistry of Health,Labour and Welfare /Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and TechnologyHyogo PrefectureKobe CityHyogo Prefecture Board of EducationKobe City Board of Education/Kobe Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals/The Hyogo Prefecture Medical Association/Kobe Medical AssociationJapan Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to AnimalsJapan Pet Care AssociationJapan Human Animal Nature Bond Society
■Target: Animal-related industry professionals, public hygiene specialists, and similar、Students、general
■Contents:

[International Conference]

Date: Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th February, 2012
Registry fee: Charge Free
Contents: Keynote speech and 9 Work shops

«Keynote Speech»

Professor Hiroshi KIDA
“Studies on the ecology of influenza virus for the control of avian influenza and preparedness for pandemic influenza”

Member of the Japan Academy / Distinguished Professor, Hokkaido University / Head, Research Center for Zoonosis Control / Head, OIE World Reference Laboratory for Avian Influenza / Head, WHO Collaborating Centre for Zoonoses Control

 

«Symposium»

■Symposium Ⅰ “Zoonoses Within Our Living Environment”
■Sympojium Ⅱ “Animals Unlock People’s Hearts ~ CAPP Activities Exceed 15,000 Sessions
■Symposium Ⅲ “The Cycle of Violence: The Connection Between Violence to Humans and Animals
■Symposium Ⅳ “Always Together” —A Great Society Providing Excellent Owner Support
■Symposium Ⅴ “One World, One Health —What is Happening in Polar Areas?
■Symposium Ⅵ “Damage to the Livestock Industry Caused by Wild Animals
■Symposium Ⅶ “Advanced Veterinarian Technologies and Terminal Medical Care for Pets (incl. Euthanasia)”
■Symposium Ⅷ “Stock raising Now! Food safety and animal welfare
■Symposium Ⅸ “Teaching Children that All Life is Precious: Nara Prefecture’s “Inochi” Education”

Report: After the conference, a record of the Keynote speech and workshops talks will be made in both Japanese and English. This will be uploaded to the Knots website and submitted for inclusion on the CABI scientific on-line database (CABI is a free of charge British NPO database on agricultural related topics).

 

[Poster Session]

Poster Sessions for Postgraduates will be held at ICAC KOBE 2014
Date:
Part1 Saturday 19th July, 10:00~18:00 *breaks: 12:30~13:30 and 16:30~18:00
Part2 Sunday 20th July, 10:00~17:00 (end of conference) *break: 13:00~14:00
*Posters will be on display during the dates and hours below. Those presenting posters are asked to be next to their poster during symposium break times to answer viewer questions.

 

[Reception]

Date: Saturday 18th 18:00−20:00
Kobe Portopia Hotel Grand Banquet Room ‘Kairaku’ 
Unit Donations (in amounts of 5,000 Yen per lot).

■Advisors: Prof. Takashi UEMURA, Shijonawate Gakuen University
Prof. Kazumi SASAI, Osaka Prefecture University School of Veterinary Science
Dr. Hiroko SHIBANAI, Advisor, Japanese Animal Hospital Association/Director, Akasaka Animal Hospital
Dr. Kimihiro TAMAI, Chairperson, Veterinary Association of Wakayama Prefecture
Dr. Chizuko YAMAGUCHI, Veterinary Inspector, Japan Animal Welfare Society
Ms. Keiko YAMAZAKI, Companion Animal Study Group “Go”
■Secretariat PIIA Knots

 

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