ICAC KOBE 2009 Record

Opening / Advisor’s Message

  • Opening / Advisor’s Message
      Takashi UEMURA ,Professor, Shijonawate Gakuen University
      Hiroko SHIBANAI, Advisor, Japanese Animal Hospital Association(JAHA) /
       Director, Akasaka Animal Hospital
      Kimihiro TAMAI, Chairperson, Veterinary Association of Wakayama Prefecture
      Chizuko YAMAGUCHI, Veterinary Inspector, Japan Animal Welfare Society
      Keiko YAMAZAKI, Companion Animal Study Group “Go”
  • Advisor’s Message Abstract
      Takashi UEMURA ,Professor, Shijonawate Gakuen University
      Hiroko SHIBANAI, Advisor, Japanese Animal Hospital Association(JAHA) /
       Director, Akasaka Animal Hospital
      Kimihiro TAMAI, Chairperson, Veterinary Association of Wakayama Prefecture
      Chizuko YAMAGUCHI, Veterinary Inspector, Japan Animal Welfare Society

Keynote Speech
  Animal Rescue in the Wake of the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake

WorkshopⅠ
  Crisis Management When Disaster Strikes
  MC/Chairperson : Prof. Takashi UEMURA, Shijonawate Gakuen University

WorkshopⅡ
  Zoo Improvement / Enrichment
   Organizer & Chairperson : Dr. Yoshikazu UENO Ph.D. (Higashiyama Zoo & Botanical Garden Greenifi cation & Public Works Bureau, Nagoya City Office)

WorkshopⅢ
  Welfare and Management of Farmed Animals
  Chairperson : Prof. Shusuke SATO (Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Tohoku University)
  MC : Associate Prof. Shigeru NINOMIYA ( Laboratory of Animal Welfare (sponsored by Ishii Corp.), Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Tohoku University)

WorkshopⅣ
  Shelter Animal Care – For Better Adoptions
  MC: Dr. Chizuko YAMAGUCHI (Veterinary Inspector, Japan Animal Welfare Society)

WorkshopⅤ
  Animal Care ̶ Role of Animal Hospitals and Nurses
  Chairperson : Prof. Mitsuaki OHTA (Azabu University, School of Veterinary Medicine
  MC : Ms. Takako MATSUBARA (Vice Director General (Deputy Chairperson), Japan Society of Animal Nursing, Animal Nurse)

  • Abstract
  • Chair Message
      Prof. Mitsuaki OHTA (Azabu University, School of Veterinary Medicine
  • The Importance of Veterinary Nursing in Veterinary Hospitals
      Dr. Daijiro HARA(Director, Jutoku-kai, Animal Medical Center)
      Dr. Yoshihiko KOJIMA(Director, Animal Wellness Center, Kojima Animal Hospital)
      Dr. Keiko SUGIMOTO(Director, Minami-Koiwai Pet Clinic, Medical Support Center)
  • Cultivating Veterinary Nursing Professionals in Japan
      Prof. Shigenori IKEMOTO(President, Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University)
      Ms. Keiko SHIMOZONO(Board Chairperson, Shimozono Gakuen ‒ International Animal Health & Management Colleges)
      Prof. Akio FUKUSHO(Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University, Faculty of Veterinary Science, School of Veterinary Nursing and Technology)
  • Exploring How Veterinary Nursing Should Be ~ The Present Situation and Future of the Veterinary Nursing Profession ~
      Ms. Mitsuko SAKATA(Animal Nurse, Manager, Sakata Animal Hospital)
      Ms. Junko YOKOTA(Animal Nurse, Manager, Yokota Pet Clinic)
      Prof. Yuji MORI( University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Science)
  • General Questions

WorkshopⅥ
  Caring for Older Dogs
  Chairperson : Dr. Hideko KOBAYASHI( Veterinary Association of Kobe City)

WorkshopⅦ
  Nutritional Science for Pet Animals – Effect of Gut Health to Overall Health –
  Chairperson: Prof. Toshinori SAKO Ph.D. (School of Veterinary Nursing & Technology, Faculty of Veterinary Science, Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University)

WorkshopⅧ
  Child Care and Animal Care
  Chairperson: Dr. Hiroko SHIBANAI(Advisor, Japanese Animal Hospital Association(JAHA)/ Director, Akasaka Animal Hospital)
  MC:Dr. Hirohisa TOTSUKA(Chairperson, Companion Animal Partnership Program Committee, Japanese Animal Hospital Association (JAHA))

  • Abstract
  • Chair Message
      Dr. Hiroko SHIBANAI(Advisor, Japanese Animal Hospital Association(JAHA)/ Director, Akasaka Animal Hospital)
  • Part 1: ‘Giving Meaningful Experiences to Children’
      Dr. Mihoko NAKAGAWA (Vice-Chair for Humane & Science Education Utilizing School-owned Animals, Japan Veterinary Medical Association / Director, Nakagawa Animal Hospital / Secretary-General, Society for Humane & Science Education Utilizing School-owned Animals / Presider, Japanese Veterinary Council for School-owned Animals)
    ‘Practicing Human-Animal Bond Education that Values People and Animals’
      Dr. Tetsuya MAEKAWA( Science Teacher, Junior High School of Ochanomizu University Director, NPO Japan Human Animal Bond Society (J-HABS) / Meteorologists / Environment Counselor (Citizen)
  • Part2: ‘21st Century ‒ Animals which support children: the CAPP activities of the Japan Animal Hospital Association’’
      Dr. Hiroko SHIBANAI( Advisor, Japanese Animal Hospital Association(JAHA)/
    Director, Akasaka Animal Hospital)
    ‘The Value of Companion Animals to People’s Health, Welfare & Education (Children and Animals)’
    ‘Animal Therapy Demonstration’
    CAPP activity teams’ occupational therapists, physical therapists, volunteers and therapy dogs, will demonstrate the AAA, AAT, AAE activities.

WorkshopⅨ
  Conservation and Management of Wildlife ~ Protecting Habitats and Effective Usage
  Chairperson : Prof. Kouichi KAJI( Tokyo University of Agricultural and Technology )

  • Abstract
  • Chair Message
      Prof. Kouichi KAJI( Tokyo University of Agricultural and Technology )
  • ‘Protection and Control of Sika Deer(Yezo Deer) and Effective Usage of Carcasses’
      Prof. Seiji KONDO( Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University/ President, Yezo Deer Association)
  • ‘Consumptive and Non-consumptive Use of Wild Animals ̶ Based on the Sika Deer (Yezo Deer) Case Example ̶
      Prof. Masatsugu SUZUKI (Faculty of Applied Biological Sciences, Gifu University, Veterinary Medicine Program, Laboratory of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine)
  • ‘Trials and Future of Raptor Habitat Protection’
      Dr. Takehiko INOUE (Representative of the Working Group for the Research of the Golden Eagle & Mountain Hawk Eagle in the far east / Vice-Representative of the Working Group for the Research and Conservation of the Japanese Mountain Hawk-Eagle)
  • ‘Wild Animal Protection and Control through Chart and Mineral Sample Analysis of Rescued Wild Birds and Injured / Diseased Animals.’
      Dr. Okio SUDA, (Director, NPO Wildlife Rescue Veterinarian Association)
  • ‘Sika Deer Management in Hyogo Prefecture – Currently and in the Future
      Associate Prof. Mayumi YOKOYAMA, (University of Hyogo / Wildlife Management Research Center, Hyogo)