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AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND COLLEGE OF VETERINARY SCIENTISTS


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Welcome to Science Week 2019! Science Week is the premiere scientific meeting in Australia and New Zealand and provides an excellent opportunity to seek out cutting edge science across a wide range of disciplines, including (but not limited to) cattle medicine, medicine and management of laboratory animals, anaesthesia and analgesia, dentistry, oncology, dermatology, ophthalmology, radiology as well as the perennially popular “larger” groups of surgery, medicine and emergency and critical care. I have been attending Science Week for many years now and for me it has always been an exciting place to wander between sessions and be stimulated by a rich cross-section of learning. I always enjoy catching up with Members and friends from across our diverse profession. This conference is the College’s flagship education event and it would not be possible without the contribution and hard work of the twenty Chapters who have put together this leading and dynamic program under the guidance of Science Week Scientific Coordinator Dr Wendy Goodwin. Thank you also to the College Science Week Committee who worked tirelessly over the past twelve months to deliver this cutting-edge conference at a new venue. This year we also enjoy improvements in electronic delivery of proceedings and scheduling and an exciting program of social activities to supplement your learning. I’m looking forward to meeting you during the conference for what will be three days of great learning, connecting and fun.

Dr Zoe Lenard President, ANZCVS

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Page of contents WELCOME

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ANZCVS COUNCIL AND COMMITTEE

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GENERAL INFORMATION

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HIGHLIGHTS AND NETWORKING

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PROGRAM

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TRADE EXHIBITION

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Get the conference app We are pleased to present the Science Week conference app, which will help you make the most of your conference experience. Through the conference app you can view the program schedule, view speaker proceedings, get involved in our social media - VetStream, receive conference news – plus much more. To download the app: 1.

Visit the Science Week website www.vetscienceweek.com.au

2. Select program --> Science Week App 3. Select the relevant app download link (iOS, Android or browser) to download the app 4. Open the app. Enter APP CODE: Scienceweek2019 5. Login using your Science Week registration username and password. If you do not know your username and password, please follow the prompts to reset your details or visit the registration desk for further assistance.


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Greetings from the Science Week Committee Chair On behalf of the Science Week Committee, it is my great pleasure to welcome you to the Gold Coast for ANZCVS Science Week 2019! We are delighted to bring Science Week to its new, state-of-the-art venue, The Star – Gold Coast, where global experts from the veterinary field will present, discuss and explore cutting edge topics in veterinary science and veterinary research. I would like to thank every Chapter convenor for their contribution to the scientific program which has produced a rich and diverse array of expert speakers covering a breadth of exciting topics. This year we are thrilled to showcase our largest industry exhibition to date, and encourage all delegates to engage and connect with our valued exhibitors who have helped make this conference possible. We are also excited to introduce some new initiatives this year including our sold-out complimentary breakfast sessions, two College plenary presentations, conference app and conference bag. This year delegates will also have access to centralised conference proceedings to help make the most of their conference attendance. I would also like to thank each and every member of the Science Week Committee who have made this event possible. It’s been a fantastic year working together to deliver this cutting-edge event. We hope you enjoy the conference and look forward to seeing you at many more in the future!

Dr Mandy Burrows Committee Chair, Science Week

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ANZCVS Councillors and Science Week Committee ANZCVS Council Meet the ANZCVS Councillors who lead and govern the College. They will be periodically at the ANZCVS Lounge, so please stop by and find out more what we are doing for Members and the profession.

Dr Wayne Ricketts Honorary Secretary

Dr Zoe Lenard President

Dr Caroline Mansfield Councillor

Science Week Committee Thank you to the College Science Week Committee who worked to bring this conference to life. Dr Mandy Burrows Science Week Committee Chair Dr Wendy Goodwin Science Week Program Convenor Dr Terry King Science Week Trade Convenor Dr Amy Lane Science Week Committee Member Thy Boskovic Marketing, Membership and Events Coordinator Sharon Tinsley Assistant College Manager

Dr Mandy Burrows Past President

Dr Bruce Smith Treasurer

Dr Amy Lane Councillor

Dr Carolyn Guy Chief Examiner

Science Week Chapter Convenors Thank you to all the Science Week Chapter Convenors who worked hard to curate the amazing cutting-edge scientific program on offer this year.

Volunteers Thank you to the veterinary students, technicians, nurses and general volunteers who are scanning delegates into sessions and providing general event assistance.

Acknowledgement of Country We acknowledge and pay respects to the traditional Aboriginal people of the Gold Coast and their descendants. We also acknowledge the many Aboriginal people from other regions as well as Torres Strait and South Sea Islander people who now live in the local area and have made an important contribution to the community.


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General Information Conference registration desk

Mobile phones

The conference registration desk will be open at the following times:

As a courtesy to fellow delegates and speakers, please ensure your mobile phones are switched off during meeting sessions.

Wednesday 3 July 4:00pm – 6:00pm Thursday 4 July 7:30am – 5:00pm Friday 5 July 7:30am – 5:00pm Saturday 6 July 7:30am – 4:30pm

Conference wi-fi The Star, Gold Coast offers complimentary guest wi-fi. Please select ‘The Star Free Wi-Fi’ in your wi-fi options and follow their wi-fi guest prompts.

Conference scanning Conference session and function scanning will be taking place throughout the duration of the conference. A QR code is located on your name tag. Please wear your name tag at all time as it is your official entry pass to conference sessions, exhibition and functions. If you forget or lose your name tag, please see the conference secretariat for a replacement. Your QR code can also be found in the conference app once signed in and also In your initial Science Week confirmation email.

Social media We encourage delegates to include the conference hashtag in social media posts. Conference hashtag: #vetscienceweek

All media enquiries should be directed to Thy Boskovic at marketing@anzcvs.org.au or 0421 483 174

Photography and video Still and moving images will be captured by official photographers at the conference. ANZCVS may use these images and footage as part of its communication products and promotional material. If you do not consent to have any video footage or photographs taken of you, please notify College staff at the reception desk or email marketing@anzcvs.org.au

Message board A message board is located in the industry marquee. The message board can be used for posting positions vacant and relevant notifications for the delegation.

Certificate of attendance A certificate of attendance will be emailed to you after the conference. CPD point allocation is based on existing Australian and New Zealand Veterinary Surgeons Boards and Australian Veterinary Association CPD conversion tables.

Twitter handle: @ANZCVS

Evaluation survey

Facebook: facebook.com/anzcvs

Your experience and opinion are important to us. Please take the time to fill out our evaluation survey, which will be emailed to you immediately after the conference.

VetStream: Please also join us on our closed private social platform, VetStream, available via the Science Week app, where you can share images and post your thoughts.

Dietary requirements Catering for delegates with special dietary requirements will be served on a separate table in the exhibition area (where all food is served). These dishes are marked with the dietary type. If you are attending any other social functions, please make yourself known to wait staff and advise them of your requirements.

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Program disclaimer The speakers, topics and times of sessions are correct at the time of publishing. However, in the event of unforeseen circumstances, the organisers reserve the right to alter or delete items from the conference program. For accurate and up-to-date information connect to the conference app or website.


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Highlights and networking Thursday 4 July 2019 8.00am

An official conference opening will be conducted by ANZCVS President, Dr Zoe Lenard. A Welcome to Country will also be conducted by Mr Luther Cora from Jellurgal.

8.15am

COLLEGE PLENARY 1, GOLD COAST ROOM Dr Adam Castricum | Navigating emerging biotechnology interventions in medical science: Where current practice and innovation meets the evidence and the patient.

6.00-7.00pm

HAPPY HOUR, ATRIUM BAR Join us for happy hour as we celebrate the opening of the conference and catch up with friends and colleagues.

Friday 5 July 2019 6.45-8.00am

BREAKFAST SESSION 1 - CUCINA VIVO RESTAURANT, LOBBY LEVEL, THE STAR Sponsored by Hill’s Pet Nutrition Dr Caroline Mansfield | What is the GI microbiome? Beyond bacteria and culture

4.00-5.00pm

MEMBER CONVOCATION, GOLD COAST ROOM Members, join us for the inaugural College Member Convocation – a forum for Members and College Council and Board of Examiners to have robust discussions on issues affecting the veterinary profession.

5.00-5.30pm

ANZCVS ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, GOLD COAST ROOM

6.30-8.00pm

NEW ZEALAND MEMBER SOCIAL, NINETEEN BAR An opportunity for New Zealand Members to catch up and discuss further College engagement and activities in New Zealand. This function is for New Zealand Members and College Council.

Saturday 6 July 2019 6.45-8.00am

BREAKFAST SESSION 2 - CUCINA VIVO RESTAURANT, LOBBY LEVEL, THE STAR Sponsored by Interpath and Provet VI Dr Stephen Fearnside | Challenging Fractures & Repair Methods

11.30am-12.30pm COLLEGE PLENARY 2, GOLD COAST ROOM

Dr Nadine Hamilton | Using positive psychology to enhance and maintain your wellbeing.

7.00-11.59pm

AWARDS DINNER, EVENT CENTRE Join us as we congratulate new Fellows and Members of the College along with Award winners. A fantastic way to conclude the conference and enjoy an evening of live entertainment and a three course meal with beverages.

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Program Contents Chapter

Day

Room

Animal Reproduction

Thursday

Coolangatta 4

15

Thursday

Stradbroke (Level 2)

Friday

Stradbroke (Level 2)

Thursday

Broadbeach 1

Animal Welfare

Chapter

Day

Room

Pharmacology

Thursday

Broadbeach 1

11

15

Thursday

Broadbeach 2

11

20

Thursday

Coolangatta 2

14

11

Friday

Gold Coast

17

Friday

Coolangatta 4

20

Friday

Broadbeach 1

16

Saturday

Surfers Paradise 3

23

Avian

Thursday

Coolangatta 2

14

Thursday

Currumbin (Level 2)

15

Cattle

Dentistry

Dermatology Epidemiology

Equine

Feline

Medicine and Management of Laboratory Animals

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Page

Saturday

Coolangatta 2

24

Radiology

Thursday

Surfers Paradise 2

13

Friday

Coolangatta 2

19

Small Animal Medicine

Thursday

Southport 1

11

Thursday

Coolangatta 3

14

Friday

Coolangatta 3

19

Friday

Gold Coast

17

Saturday

Gold Coast

22

Thursday

Gold Coast

12

Saturday

Southport 3

22

Thursday

Coolangatta 1

14

Friday

Coolangatta 1

19

Friday

Southport 1

16

Saturday

Coolangatta 1

24

Saturday

Southport 1

21

Friday

Surfers Paradise 2

18

Saturday

Gold Coast

22

Saturday

Surfers Paradise 2

23

Thursday

Broadbeach 2

11

Thursday

Surfers Paradise 3

13

Friday

Surfers Paradise 3

18

Thursday

Southport 1

11

Saturday

Surfers Paradise 3

23

Thursday

Gold Coast

12

Thursday

Coolangatta 4

15

Friday

Southport 2

17

Friday

Coolangatta 4

20

Saturday

Southport 2

22

Saturday

Coolangatta 4

25

Thursday

Surfers Paradise 1

13

Thursday

Southport 1

11

Friday

Surfer Paradise 1

18

Friday

Gold Coast

17

Saturday

Broadbeach 2

21

Saturday

Gold Coast

22

Thursday

Stradbroke (Level 2)

15

Friday

Broadbeach 1

16

Surgery

Veterinary Anaesthesia & Analgesia

Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care

Veterinary Behaviour

Veterinary Public Health

Saturday

Surfers Paradise 1

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Thursday

Broadbeach 2

11

Thursday

Gold Coast

12

Friday

Broadbeach 2

16

Saturday

Broadbeach 2

21

Saturday

Gold Coast

22

Thursday

Southport 2

12

Friday

Southport 2

17

Friday

Currumbin (Level 2)

20

Friday

Surfers Paradise 3

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Oncology

Saturday

Broadbeach 1

21

Friday

Currumbin (Level 2)

20

Saturday

Southport 1

21

Saturday

Surfers Paradise 3

23

Saturday

Gold Coast

22

Saturday

Coolangatta 4

25

Ophthalmology

Thursday

Southport 3

12

Friday

Southport 3

17

College Plenary

Saturday

Coolangatta 3

24

Thursday

Gold Coast

12

Saturday

Gold Coast

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SCIENCE WEEK 2019 PROGRAM THURSDAY 4 JULY 2019

BROADBEACH ROOM 1 ANIMAL WELFARE COMBINED WITH PHARMACOLOGY CHAPTER ANIMAL WELFARE CHAPTER

OFFICIAL COLLEGE WELCOME INCLUDING WELCOME TO COUNTRY AND COLLEGE PLENARY LOCATION: GOLD COAST ROOM TITLE: NAVIGATING EMERGING BIOTECHNOLOGY INTERVENTIONS IN MEDICAL SCIENCE: WHERE CURRENT PRACTICE AND INNOVATION MEETS THE EVIDENCE & THE PATIENT | PRESENTED BY: DR ADAM CASTRICUM ANIMAL WELFARE AND PHARMACOLOGY CHAPTERS

9.00

Pain relief and novel methods for disbudding calves and goat kids Mhairi Sutherland

9.40

Why believe in magic? The use of ineffective therapies has welfare and ethical implications Tanya Stephens

10.00

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE CHAPTER Veterinary Behaviour Chapter combining with Surgery Chapter in Gold Coast Room 9.00 a.m. - 11.10 a.m.

Protein losing enteropathy Karin Allenspach

MORNING TEA - EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE | OFFICIAL OPENING OF TRADE EXHIBITION SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE AND VETERINARY ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA AND FELINE CHAPTERS

10.30

Pharmacology of novel analgesics /methodologies in cattle Paul Mills

Veterinary Behaviour Chapter combining with Surgery Chapter in Gold Coast Room 9.00 a.m. - 11.10 a.m.

11.10

Collagen nanocomposites for post-operative pain management in velvet antler removal of red deer Farzin Sahebjam

VETERINARY BEHAVIOUR CHAPTER Geriatric pets: can post operative dementia be prevented? Kersti Seksel

11.50

Where rubber meets the road: application of pharmacology for developing mastitis treatment protocols in general practice Brent Neal

Behavioural aspects of acute and chronic pain in cats Jacqui Ley and Kersti Seksel

12.10

Panel discussion: Welfare and pharmacology Chair: Nita Harding

11.30

SOUTHPORT ROOM 1 SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE CHAPTER SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE COMBINED WITH VETERINARY ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA AND FELINE CHAPTERS SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE COMBINED WITH FELINE CHAPTER

12.30

The ins and outs of anaesthesia for small animal endoscopy Jen Carter Procedural sedation: optimising sedation while minimising risk Jen Davis

LUNCH – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE ANIMAL WELFARE CHAPTER

VETERINARY BEHAVIOUR AND PHARMACOLOGY CHAPTERS

1.30

The importance of clean drinking water for cattle welfare Karin Schutz

1.50

Water intake behaviour of sheep Rene Corner-Thomas

2.10

Managing drought in NSW - Stock Welfare Panels under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act 1979 Dane Howard

First tier vs heroic psychotropic medications: when is there too much on board a pet’s brain? Jacqui Ley

Epidemiology of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus species carriage in companion animals Erika Meler

2.30

In the blazing sun all day: barriers to the provision of shelter on pastoral farms Virginia Williams

Let’s go over pain behaviour again: manifestations of chronic and low grade pain in dogs Jacqui Ley

Immune mediated haemolytic anaemia: utility of abdominal and thoracic imaging Grace Woodward

2.50

Wrestling the pig: social media shaping society’s expectations for animal welfare Gwyn Verkerk

What works for low grade and chronic pain in dogs? Where is the evidence? Stephen Page

Clopidogrel in primary prevention of arterial thromboembolism in cats with cardiomyopathy Brydee Maroney-vita

3.10

Panel discussion: Issues in production animal welfare Chair: Nita Harding

Panel discussion: Is there enough evidence for behavioural and chronic pain medication? Stephen Page, Kersti Seksel and Jacqui Ley

Comparison of a compounded adrenocorticotropic hormone preparation for assessment of adrenal function Wen-Jie Yang

AFTERNOON TEA – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE VETERINARY BEHAVIOUR AND VETERINARY ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA CHAPTERS

4.00

Bobby calf welfare in the Australian dairy industry Natalie Roadknight

4.20

Risk factors for calf mortality across the New Zealand dairy supply chain Nikki Kells

4.40

Panel discussion: Bobby calves Chair: Nita Harding

5.00

Animal Welfare Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM)

6.00 7.00 to 9.00

Comparison of SDMA measured with point of care and reference laboratory analysers Randolph Baral An epidemiological study of dogs with diabetes mellitus Linda Fleeman

3.30

5.30

Evidence-based results for psychotropic medications for managing pet problems Stephen Page

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE AND FELINE CHAPTERS Small Animal Medicine /Feline Chapters: Scientific Abstract Presentations (1.30 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.)

Pained expressions: grimace scales and facial action coding systems as indicators of pain Eleanor Holden

Small Animal Medicine /Feline Chapters: Scientific Abstract Presentations continued Predictors of relapse and survival in dogs with menigoencephalitis of unknown origin Stacey Brady Prevalence and antimicrobial sensitivity patterns of canine uropathogens in South East Queensland Caitlin Mack

The emotional component of pain: effects of personality, chronicity and level of incapacity Jacqui Ley

Prevalence of the ABCB1-1Δ mutation in Australian dogs Ryan Soussa Feline Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) Small Animal Medicine Annual General Meeting (AGM)

END OF DAY 1 PROGRAM HAPPY HOUR LOCATION: ATRIUM BAR, THE STAR GOLD COAST INDUSTRY THANK YOU FUNCTION LOCATION: CONSERVATORY, GARDEN KITCHEN AND BAR, THE STAR GOLD COAST Exclusive to exhibition representatives only

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THURSDAY

8.00

BROADBEACH ROOM 2 VETERINARY BEHAVIOUR CHAPTER VETERINARY BEHAVIOUR COMBINED WITH PHARMACOLOGY CHAPTER VETERINARY BEHAVIOUR COMBINED WITH VETERINARY ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA CHAPTER


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SCIENCE WEEK 2019 PROGRAM THURSDAY 4 JULY 2019

THURSDAY

SOUTHPORT ROOM 2 VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH CHAPTER

8.00

SOUTHPORT ROOM 3 OPHTHALMOLOGY CHAPTER

OFFICIAL COLLEGE WELCOME INCLUDING WELCOME TO COUNTRY AND COLLEGE PLENARY LOCATION: GOLD COAST ROOM TITLE: NAVIGATING EMERGING BIOTECHNOLOGY INTERVENTIONS IN MEDICAL SCIENCE: WHERE CURRENT PRACTICE AND INNOVATION MEETS THE EVIDENCE & THE PATIENT | PRESENTED BY: DR ADAM CASTRICUM

9.00

Learning from and contributions of Veterinary Public Health Clinical recognition of general corneal pathologies Management at The University of Sydney Eric Ledbetter Jenny Ann Toribio

9.20

Highlights from six years of the Masters of Veterinary Public Health at Melbourne Simon Firestone

9.40

Veterinary public health teaching at City University of Hong Kong Michael Reichel

10.00

SURGERY AND BEHAVIOUR CHAPTERS Using Trazadone before and after complex surgical procedures: preventing behavioural consequences of complex surgery Sarah Goldsmid and Kersti Seksel

MORNING TEA - EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE OFFICIAL OPENING OF TRADE EXHIBITION

10.30

I still haven’t found what I’m looking for Guy Weerasinghe

10.50

The importance of veterinary public health training and education: why veterinary public health is not a discrete discipline Jane Owens

11.10

Training in veterinary public health for government Sarah Britton

11.30

Fellowship in Veterinary Public Health: a comparative look at overseas programmes and that in public health medicine Allen Petrey

11.50

Panel discussion: Veterinary public health training Chair: Allen Petrey

12.10

GOLD COAST ROOM SURGERY COMBINED WITH BEHAVIOUR CHAPTER SURGERY SURGERY COMBINED WITH VETERINARY ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA CHAPTER

In vivo confocal microscopy of the cornea: techniques and clinical applications Eric Ledbetter

Stem Cells: a promising new method for treating Canine Cognitive Decline Michael Valenzuela

SURGERY CHAPTER Versatility of vacuum-assisted closure: pros and cons Bryden Stanley

Seed skin grafts for distal limb defects in dogs: experience in 14 dogs Giselle Hosgood

12.30

LUNCH – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE

1.30

The emergence of African swine fever as a threat to the global swine industry Dirk Pfeiffer

Unusual corneal mass in a cat Vicki Liddle

Perioperative antimicrobial use in small animal surgery Giselle Hosgood

Geriatric corneal disease Jeff Smith

Check lists and safety precautions for surgery Bryden Stanley

1.50 2.10 2.30 2.50

Socio-economic impacts of Peste des petits ruminants and overview of the Peste des petits ruminants Global Eradication Programme Felix Njeumi

Immune mediated keratitis in dogs Susan Jacobi

Global trends in biosecurity and their impact on veterinary public health Jonathan Taylor

Advanced tear film analysis: establishing normative data in canine patients Benjamin Reynolds

Case report: Rare mixed malignant conjunctival mass of third eyelid of a horse Edith Hampson

3.10 3.30 4.00

SURGERY AND VETERINARY ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA CHAPTERS

Equine fungal keratitis: an update Andrew Turner AFTERNOON TEA – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE Veterinary Public Health Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM)

OPHTHALMOLOGY RESIDENT FORUM

SURGERY CHAPTER

Clinical outcomes of empirical treatment for keratomalacia with ofloxacin and chloramphenicol Matthew Sanders

Switch, stage and flap: major eyelid reconstruction Bryden Stanley

4.20

Optic nerve necrosis in a dog Kaila Leidreiter

4.40

Ectopic Cilia in a 6 month old male neutered domestic short haired cat Gemma Turner

5.00

END OF DAY 1 PROGRAM

6.00

HAPPY HOUR LOCATION: ATRIUM BAR, THE STAR GOLD COAST

7.00 to 9.00

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Overview of considerations in deep diving Craig Challen

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SCIENCE WEEK 2019 PROGRAM THURSDAY 4 JULY 2019

SURFERS PARADISE ROOM 1 VETERINARY EMERGENCY AND CRITIAL CARE CHAPTER 8.00

SURFERS PARADISE ROOM 2 RADIOLOGY CHAPTER

SURFERS PARADISE ROOM 3 EPIDEMIOLOGY CHAPTER

Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Scientific Abstract Presentation (9.00a.m. to 11.30a.m.)

Scientific Abstract session 1: Epidemiology by the people and for the people

9.00

A pilot study evaluating the utility of a novel tube cricothyrotomy technique in providing ventilation using a live porcine model Sureiyan Hardjo

Computer-assisted magnetic resonance imaging analysis reveals structural brain changes in canine idiopathic epilepsy Marjorie Milne

Effectiveness of antimicrobial treatment of salmonid rickettsial septicaemia in Chile Jonathan Happold

9.20

Comparison of buccal and subconjunctival apomorphine-induced emesis in dogs Ki Angel Li

Using Natural Language Processing and VetCompass to understand antimicrobial usage patterns in Australia Brian Hur

9.40

Antimicrobial use at a private 24-hour veterinary emergency centre Ramona Roy

From mapping learning to mapping disease risk: One Health capacity-building in Indonesia Caitlin Pfeiffer MORNING TEA - EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE OFFICIAL OPENING OF TRADE EXHIBITION

10.00 10.30

Pufferfish exposure and tetrodotoxicity in dogs in Perth, Western Australia Jesse Hanson

Imaging in comparative neuro-oncology trials: enabling rapid translation of promising new therapies Simon Puttick

10.50

Urohaemoperitoneum as a result of multiorgan injury following vehicular trauma in a dog Darby Walmsley

Animal import risk analysis: Importation of psittacine birds (household pet and aviary birds) Troy Laidlow

11.10

Side effects of orally administered powdered sodium carbonate for emesis induction in 5 dogs Alexandra Watson

Biosecurity practices and dairy farmers’ attitudes in Australia Josh Aleri

11.30

Emergency and critical care literature: a year in review 2018-2019 Claire Sharp and Corrin Boyd

Unusual pericardial diseases: case studies and review of the literature Belinda Hopper

A fresh look at the mathematical aggregation of expert opinion for biosecurity risk analysis Petra Muellner

Using Bayesian Network analysis to investigate the vulnerability of livestock producers to emergency animal diseases Jennifer Manyweathers

11.50

Building the business case for bovine viral diarrhoea virus eradication in New Zealand: lessons learned Carolyn Gates

12.10

Acceptability of a mobile application as an animal health management decision-making support tool Lynne Hayes

12.30

LUNCH – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE Scientific Abstract Session 2: Disease surveillance and preparedness

1.30

Care for the feline trauma patient Ivayla Yozova

Imaging assessment of body composition and abdominal fat distribution in dogs Robert Turner

1.50

2.10

Serological analysis in Australian migratory shorebirds to assess exposure to highly pathogenic avian influenza Andrew Breed Fluid resuscitation of the traumatised dog Robert Goggs

2.30

2.50

Northern Australia Quarantine Strategy risk review: are we looking in the right places? Emma Zalcman

Acid-base for the impenetrable: focus on trauma Ivayla Yozova

3.10

Climate change and livestock health: is New Zealand prepared? Emilie Vallee Diagnostic contribution of ultrasound-guided cytological specimens obtained from gastrointestinal masses in dogs and cats Robert Turner

Current and future contribution of the veterinary profession to the Australian surveillance system Marta Hernandez-Jover

Human eye health in veterinary radiology Susannah Lillis

Network modelling of rabies virus; is 70% vaccination sufficient? Michael Ward

Cost-effective testing of beef herds for Johne’s disease in Australia Navneet Dhand

AFTERNOON TEA – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE

3.30

Scientific Abstract Session 3 (Part 1) Q Fever and Mycoplasma bovis: the terrible two 4.00

Oxygen supplementation: more than traditional therapies Terri Eurell

Discal or peridiscal aspirates with fluoro or ultrasound guidance in patients with suspected discospondylitis Sarah Davies and Peggy Xu

4.20

Responding nationally to a Q fever outbreak – can we create a plan? Jane Heller A Cross-sectional Study of Prevalence and Risk Factors for Coxiella burnetii on dairy goat farms Kangwei Hou

4.40

Care of the recumbent trauma patient Clara Mc Mahon

5.00

Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM)

A systematic review and critical appraisal of sampling methods to detect Coxiella burnetii in the environment A. M. Hasanthi Abeykoon END OF DAY 1 PROGRAM

6.00 7.00 to 9.00

HAPPY HOUR LOCATION: ATRIUM BAR, THE STAR GOLD COAST INDUSTRY THANK YOU FUNCTION LOCATION: CONSERVATORY, GARDEN KITCHEN AND BAR, THE STAR GOLD COAST Exclusive to exhibition representatives only

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SCIENCE WEEK 2019 PROGRAM THURSDAY 4 JULY 2019

THURSDAY

COOLANGATTA ROOM 1 DENTISTRY CHAPTER

8.00

9.00

COOLANGATTA ROOM 2 AVIAN CHAPTER AVIAN CHAPTER COMBINED WITH PHARMACOLOGY CHAPTER

OFFICIAL COLLEGE WELCOME INCLUDING WELCOME TO COUNTRY AND COLLEGE PLENARY LOCATION: GOLD COAST ROOM TITLE: NAVIGATING EMERGING BIOTECHNOLOGY INTERVENTIONS IN MEDICAL SCIENCE: WHERE CURRENT PRACTICE AND INNOVATION MEETS THE EVIDENCE & THE PATIENT | PRESENTED BY: DR ADAM CASTRICUM Open mouth jaw locking in cats a case series Aaron Forsayeth

Precision farming technologies – mastitis detection as a test case John Penry AVIAN CHAPTER

9.40

Demystifying Lorikeet Paralysis Syndrome: a clinical investigation Danny Brown

Histopathology of equine peripheral caries and associations with periodontal disease Kirsten Jackson

Avian anxiety: a holistic approach Deborah Monks

11.10 11.30 11.50

12.10

TechKISS: Use of cow management technology by New South Wales dairy farmers Pauline Brightling How do automated milking systems enable vets and what do they change in the routine of diseases and management? Nico Lyons

An update on canine acanthatomatous ameloblastomas and feline inductive odontogenic tumours Craig Hunger

Birds on planes Karen Dobson

Case report: Equine dental repulsion and retained filler Paul Owens

Cervicocephalic airsac hyperinflation in domestic pigeons (Columbia livia) following halothane anaesthesia Heidi Lehmann

Orthodontic treatment of canine teeth in dogs Crystal Loh

Point of care diagnosis of Macrorhabdus ornithogaster Hamish Baron

Central Queensland University DataMuster™ project David Swain

Juvenile Galah wasting syndrome – an update Bob Doneley

Changes in reproductive performance in a dairy herd following installation of an automated heat detection system Bill Tranter

12.30 1.30

Data collection and analysis on robotic farms Jurgen Steen

MORNING TEA - EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE OFFICIAL OPENING OF TRADE EXHIBITION

10.00 10.30

COOLANGATTA ROOM 3 CATTLE CHAPTER

The development of an electroencephalography model of nociception in domestic pigeons: some trials and tribulations Heidi Lehmann

The use of precision technologies to predict calving and ill-health in transition dairy cows (Emerging Scientist) Stacey Hendriks

LUNCH – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE

2.10 2.30

Case report: Multi resistant organisms Oliver Liyou

Induction of general anaesthesia using Alfaxalone in the domestic chicken (Gallus Gallus Domesticus) Alexandr Mastakov

2.50

Amelogenesis imperfecta and subsequent endodontic disease causing chronic rhinitis in a Cairn Terrier Colin Dick

Regional anaesthesia in birds Akshata Taggers

Infecting with precision Andy Hancock

3.10

Case report: Jaw fracture repair in a dog Janine Van Dam

Management of an avian disease outbreak Rod Jenner

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and infectious diseases Liz Pryor

3.30

AFTERNOON TEA – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE

4.00

An update on equine odontoclastic tooth resorption and hypercementosis Olivia James

AVIAN AND PHARMACOLOGY CHAPTERS Backyard Poultry Session 1: Pharmacology of drug residues and related issues Andrew Woodward

4.20

Backyard Poultry Session 2: Clinical use of anti-microbial medications in backyard poultry Deborah Monks

4.40

Antimicrobial resistance in poultry: Pharmacological and clinical considerations Stephen Page

5.00

Veterinary Pharmacology Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) - Coolangatta Room 2

Diseases transmissible by semen Dan Givens

Cattle Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM)

Avian Health Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) Currumbin Room (Level 2) END OF DAY 1 PROGRAM 6.00 7.00 to 9.00

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8.00

COOLANGATTA ROOM 4

EQUINE CHAPTER COMBINED WITH ANIMAL REPRODUCTION CHAPTER

STRADBROKE ROOM (LEVEL 2)

CURRUMBIN ROOM (LEVEL 2)

(ANIMAL REPRODUCTION CHAPTER - AGM – 5.10 p.m.)

(AVIAN CHAPTER AGM - 5.00 p.m.)

MEDICINE AND MANAGEMENT OF LABORATORY ANIMALS CHAPTER

9.00

The equine uterine microbiome and its role in fertility Natalie Krekeler

How clean is too clean? Rescuing phenotypes and standardising the microbiome of laboratory rodents Rona Barugahare

9.20

Nuclear transfer Angus McKinnon

Biosecurity: Identifying and managing risk in rodent facilities Lydia Pethick

10.00 10.30 10.50 11.10

MORNING TEA - EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE OFFICIAL OPENING OF TRADE EXHIBITION A novel method to image the equine endometrium Welfare assessment of rabbit calicivirus infection (endoscopy with confocal microscopy) Robyn Hall Kirsty Gallacher Welfare and management of neurological models Elizabeth Dodemaide A review and clinical manifestations of

11.30

processionary caterpillar disease in the horse and implications for other domestic species John Chopin

Perspectives from a former Chair of New Zealand’s National Animal Ethics Advisory Committee Virginia Williams

12.10

Foetal maturation and induction of parturition Angus McKinnon

Welfare of rodents in Streptozotocin induced diabetes models including insulin treatment and wound management Lewis Vaughan

Assisted Reproduction Techniques in the horse - a review from artificial insemination to cloning Angus McKinnon

Reproducibility in animal research: implications for laboratory animal veterinarians Margaret Rose

12.30 1.30

LUNCH – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE

2.10

2.30 2.50 3.10

Humane euthanasia methods: captive bolt in small lab animals and wildlife research Shari Cohen Latest developments in predicting and improving stallion fertility Róisín Griffin

Endometrial biofilm and management of endometritis in mares Natalie Fraser

Psychological wellbeing of animal care staff Dayna Johnson Discussion forum: Practical issues in laboratory animal medicine and management All participants Co-chairs: Lydia Pethick and Rebecca Wilcox AFTERNOON TEA – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE

3.30 4.00

Beyond placentitis: managing the high-risk equine pregnancy Joan Carrick

5.10

Welfare needs of dogs and cats in research at Wongaburra Research Centre Florian Roeber Medicine and Management of Laboratory Animals Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM)

4.20 5.00

THURSDAY

OFFICIAL COLLEGE WELCOME INCLUDING WELCOME TO COUNTRY AND COLLEGE PLENARY LOCATION: GOLD COAST ROOM TITLE: NAVIGATING EMERGING BIOTECHNOLOGY INTERVENTIONS IN MEDICAL SCIENCE: WHERE CURRENT PRACTICE AND INNOVATION MEETS THE EVIDENCE & THE PATIENT | PRESENTED BY: DR ADAM CASTRICUM

Equine Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM)

Avian Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM)

Animal Reproduction Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) END OF DAY 1 PROGRAM

6.00 7.00 to 9.00

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SCIENCE WEEK 2019 PROGRAM FRIDAY 5 JULY 2019

BROADBEACH ROOM 1 ANIMAL WELFARE CHAPTER ANIMAL WELFARE CHAPTER COMBINED WITH AND MEDICINE AND MANAGEMENT OF LABORATORY ANIMALS CHAPTER

6.45

FRIDAY

BROADBEACH ROOM 2 VETERINARY BEHAVIOUR CHAPTER

SOUTHPORT ROOM 1 SURGERY CHAPTER

BREAKFAST SESSION | SPONSORED BY HILL’S PET NUTRITION LOCATION: CUCINA VIVO RESTAURANT, LOBBY LEVEL, THE STAR GOLD COAST Delegates must have pre-registered for this session to attend (This session is full) ANIMAL WELFARE

8.00

Cow-calf separation: is a different model of dairying on the horizon? Sarah Bolton

The role of learning theory in veterinary behavioural The Australian experience with endovascular medicine stents and coils for intrahepatic shunts Andrew O’Shea Stewart Ryan

8.20

The vet’s role in end-of-life management of older cats Kat Littlewood

Managing the microbiome to change behaviour? Kersti Seksel

8.40

Working with existing infrastructure to deliver better enrichment in research Shari Cohen

9.00

Welfare assessment for working cart-ponies Teresa Collins

9.20

Rodeo conflict: ethics, welfare and legislation Di Evans

9.40

Panel discussion: What is on the horizon for welfare? Chair: Tanya Stephens

Brain AND pain management post anaesthesia: is post-operative amnesia desirable? Jacqui Ley

10.00

Dog Bites: Nature or Nurture? And do we have effective interventions? Bronwen Bollaert

Honey: hype, help or hindrance? Bryden Stanley Prophylactic gastropexy with V-Loc™ sutures and Endo Stitch™ device Stewart Ryan

MORNING TEA - EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE

ANIMAL WELFARE AND MEDICINE AND MANAGEMENT OF LABORATORY ANIMALS CHAPTERS

Surgery Chapter Scientific Abstract Presentations (10.30a.m. to 3.30 p.m.)

10.30

Using Qualitative Behavioural Assessment to assess livestock welfare Teresa Collins

Double-loop cerclage resist cycling better than twist and single-loop cerclage Simon Roe

10.50

Chicken hatching in schools: a welfare review Rebbecca Wilcox

11.10

Electroencephalographic responses of anaesthetised rats to carbon dioxide inhalation Nikki Kells

11.30

Killing animals with carbon dioxide is NOT euthanasia Ngaio Beausoleil

Telemedicine: the good the bad and the ugly of non-contact consultation Panelists: John Baguley NSW VPB, Christine Boucher Guild Risk assessor, Scott Ames Meridian Lawyers, Cam Day and Robert Holmes Chair: Kersti Seksel

12.30

Hip flexion suture for coxofemoral luxation in dogs Richard Savory Panel discussion: Assessing welfare for animals in research Chair: Tanya Stephens

Long term clinical assessment of partial hip arthroplasty in dogs Renee Huggard

LUNCH – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE | ABSTRACT POSTER PRESENTATIONS IN EXHIBITION MARQUEE ANIMAL WELFARE

1.30

Update on World Small Animal Veterinary Association Animal Welfare Guidelines Kersti Seksel

1.50

Global Animal Welfare: animal welfare and the sustainable development goals Rebecca Doyle

2.10

Updating the International Dairy Federation Guide to Good Animal Welfare in the dairy industry Nita Harding

2.30

Ethically challenging situations in veterinary practice Anne Fawcett

2.50

Animal welfare and the veterinary profession - where have we come from; where are we headed? Virginia Williams

3.10

Panel discussion: The big picture Chair: Tanya Stephens

Microbiome management: probiotics, ‘yellow soup’, transfloration, ‘crapsules’. Do they work to realign the gut-brain symbiosis? Elaine Cebuliak

Surgical treatment of canine insulinoma: A retrospective review of 49 dogs Nicholas Cleland

Psychiatric Dissociation - is it a solely human phenomenon? Robert Holmes

Dorsal segmental vertebral stabilisation with bilateral locking plates and screws for the treatment of congenital thoracic vertebral malformations (two cases) Elizabeth Hoffman Computed tomography findings, surgical approach and postoperative outcomes of large inter muscular lipomas in the hindlimb of eight dogs James Crowley Short-term outcomes and complications of tibial plateau levelling osteotomies (TPLO) in 41 small breed dogs using synthes locking TPLO plates Mark Vardanega

Veterinary Behaviour Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM)

Computed tomography findings and surgical management of pharyngeal stick injuries in dogs Alecia Evans Assessment of radiographic outcomes of the double pelvic osteotomy Paul Jenkins

3.30

AFTERNOON TEA – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE

4.00

COLLEGE CONVOCATION | LOCATION: GOLD COAST ROOM

5.00

COLLEGE AGM | LOCATION: GOLD COAST ROOM

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The effect of a lateral bolt on subsidence of cementless BFX femoral stems in 19 dogs Elizabeth Handelsman Evaluation of a modified proportional margin approach for surgical excision of canine cutaneous mast cell tumours and clinical outcome Harvey Saunders

11.50 12.10

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SOUTHPORT ROOM 2 VETERINARY ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA CHAPTER VETERINARY ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA COMBINED WITH MEDICINE AND MANAGEMENT OF LABORATORY ANIMALS CHAPTER

6.45

VETERINARY ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA CHAPTER Reporting and analysing patient safety incidents: are we there yet? Luiz Santos

8.40

Understanding human factors in problem management Colin Dunlop and Nathan Koch

9.40

11.30 11.50 12.10

12.30

Ocular manifestations of systemic disease in companion animals Eric Ledbetter

Multimodal general anaesthesia: applying the concept to veterinary anaesthesia Jen Davis

Transdermal pharmacokinetics in cats: latest developments Andrew Woodward Veterinary compounding case study Rachel Korman

Updates on feline herpesvirus-1 and canine herpesvirus-1 Feline drug compounding antiviral therapy Stephen Page Eric Ledbetter Pharmacology of appetite stimulation Richard Munn Diamond burr debridement as a treatment for superficial non-healing corneal ulceration in cats: a retrospective study of 11 cats Kellam Bayley

Veterinary compounding should be used for more medications Chair: Boyd Jones

LUNCH – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE | ABSTRACT POSTER PRESENTATIONS IN EXHIBITION MARQUEE VETERINARY ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA AND MEDICINE AND MANAGEMENT OF LABORATORY ANIMALS CHAPTERS

1.30

Surgical and medical management of pet rodents Rena MacFaralane

1.50

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE CHAPTER

Updates on the genetics of equine recurrent uveitis in the Diagnosis and management of canine Appaloosa horse inflammatory bowel disease Heather Kaese Karin Allenspach Corneal lipidosis: a frog’s perspective Christina McCowan

Peri-operative care of pregnant sheep Gabby Musk

Ophthalmology Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) (Chapter Members only)

2.50 3.10

Compounding in small animal practice: a pharmacist’s perspective Madison Donley

MORNING TEA - EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE How useful is the electroencephalogram in the field of veterinary anaesthesia? Craig Johnson

2.10

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE AND PHARMACOLOGY AND FELINE CHAPTERS

FRIDAY

11.10

Hypothermia remains the commonest problem in small animal anaesthesia. It sounds so simple so why is it so difficult to solve? Colin Dunlop

10.00 10.30

GOLD COAST ROOM SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE COMBINED WITH PHARMACOLOGY AND FELINE CHAPTERS SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE

BREAKFAST SESSION | SPONSORED BY HILL’S PET NUTRITION LOCATION: CUCINA VIVO RESTAURANT, LOBBY LEVEL, THE STAR GOLD COAST Delegates must have pre-registered for this session to attend (This session is full)

8.00

9.00

SOUTHPORT ROOM 3 OPHTHALMOLOGY CHAPTER

Treatment of canine inflammatory bowel disease Karin Allenspach Small cell lymphoma in dogs: should we look for it? Julien Dandrieux

Preliminary studies of alfaxalone in laboratory fish and frogs Wendy Goodwin

Can we treat non-intestinal disease by modifying the gastrointestinal microbiome? Caroline Mansfield

3.30

AFTERNOON TEA – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE

4.00

COLLEGE CONVOCATION | LOCATION: GOLD COAST ROOM

5.00

COLLEGE AGM | LOCATION: GOLD COAST ROOM

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

12:30PM FRIDAY 5 JULY, ANZCVS LOUNGE, EXHIBITION MARQUEE EQUINE CHAPTER

Characterisation and comparison of plasma altrenogest concentrations after oral and intramuscular administration in the mare, a pilot study Jaymie Loy

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE CHAPTER Evaluating changes in glucose exposure and insulin response in cats treated with glucocorticoids Tesheena Nash

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6.45 8.00 8.20 8.40

9.40

An update on antifibrinolytic use in human medicine and the “PATCH’ trial Michael Reade

Histiocytic disease: putting the confusion to bed David Argyle

Antifibrinolytic use in veterinary medicine Robert Goggs

Use of thromboelastography and rotational thromboelastometry in trauma patients: a human perspective Michael Reade

Mast cell tumours: from the easily treated to the highly challenging David Argyle

MORNING TEA - EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE

FRIDAY

Use of thromboelastography in veterinary medicine Robert Goggs

Cutaneous lymphoma: what lessons have we learned? David Argyle

10.50

Rotational viscoelastic test of coagulation: cost and practical considerations Lisa Smart and Manu Boller

A descriptive analysis of genomic clustering of Campylobacter isolate from Australian dogs Rebecca Gang Epithelial cancers: to cut, cryo, irradiate or medicate? David Argyle

The CURATIVE initiative Claire Sharp

Personalised pet medicine and the use of Next Generation Sequencing in animal health Kim Halpin LUNCH – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE | ABSTRACT POSTER PRESENTATIONS IN EXHIBITION MARQUEE

12.30

Veterinary Public Health Chapter in Currumbin Room Level 2 1.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m.

1.30

EPIDEMIOLOGY CHAPTER Scientific Abstract Session 3 (Part 2) Q Fever and Mycoplasma bovis: the terrible two Hydroxyethyl Starches: an update Ivayla Yozova

Radiation therapy for dermatological diseases Elias Gumpel

1.50

2.10

Molecular epidemiology of Type S1 Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (MAP) isolates in New Zealand and Australian Telford strain based on single nucleotide variant analyses of whole genome sequence data Arata Hidano The use of Next Generation Sequencing in resistomics Kim Halpin

12.10

Red dot, blue line, black box – overcoming challenges in the visualisation of laboratory data Petra Muellner Whole genome sequencing of Campylobacter isolated from humans, food and dogs in Australia Rhiannon Wallace

11.30

11.50

Adapting transmission network models of footand-mouth disease that incorporate genomic and epidemiological data for Australia’s purposes Simon Firestone Demonstrating deformed wing virus is absent from Australia’s honeybee population: combining a conventional freedom-from-disease survey with nextgen sequencing Kim Halpin

10.00

11.10

EPIDEMIOLOGY AND VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH CHAPTER Infectious diseases in the era of metagenomics: applications in veterinary medicine Barbara Brito Rodriguez

10.30

SURFERS PARADISE ROOM 3 EPIDEMIOLOGY COMBINED WITH VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH CHAPTER EPIDEMIOLOGY

BREAKFAST SESSION | SPONSORED BY HILL’S PET NUTRITION LOCATION: CUCINA VIVO RESTAURANT, LOBBY LEVEL, THE STAR GOLD COAST Delegates must have pre-registered for this session to attend (This session is full)

9.00 9.20

SURFERS PARADISE ROOM 2 DERMATOLOGY CHAPTER

Planning of surveillance for the Mycoplasma bovis response in New Zealand Kylee Walker Learnings from the initial phases of New Zealand’s Mycoplasma bovis response Lynsey Earl

Use of Fresh Frozen Plasma Sarah Purcell

The development of a database management system for the Mycoplasma bovis response in New Zealand Robert Sanson Dermatology Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM)

2.30 2.50

Spilled guts and fat faces; characteristics of a historical observational cohort of Type 1 hypersensitivity reactions in dogs Kate Turner

3.10

Anaphylaxis associated with intravenous administration of alfaxalone in a dog Mark Haworth

Epidemiology Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM)

3.30

AFTERNOON TEA – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE

4.00

COLLEGE CONVOCATION | LOCATION: GOLD COAST ROOM

5.00

COLLEGE AGM | LOCATION: GOLD COAST ROOM

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COOLANGATTA ROOM 1 DENTISTRY CHAPTER

6.45

COOLANGATTA ROOM 2 RADIOLOGY CHAPTER

BREAKFAST SESSION | SPONSORED BY HILL’S PET NUTRITION LOCATION: CUCINA VIVO RESTAURANT, LOBBY LEVEL, THE STAR GOLD COAST Delegates must have pre-registered for this session to attend (This session is full)

8.00

Multi-resistant organisms in equine dentistry: are we doing enough to protect ourselves, our staff our clients and our patients Oliver Liyou

Imaging the post-operative abdomen what complications are we looking for, what’s the best imaging modality? David Reese

9.00

A surgeon’s approach to maxillectomy and mandibulectomy Wendy Archipow

Sneaky and tricky lesions: common omissions/ misinterpretations in advanced imaging interpretation David Reese

10.30

Case report: Oral trauma repair following gunshot injury in a dog Rebecca Tucker

Errors in imaging Cathy Beck

10.50

Case report: Equine cheek teeth endodontics Kirsten Jackson

11.10

Case report: Malocclusion in a cat with multiple skeletal abnormalities Wayne Fitzgerald

11.30

Basics of endodontic therapy and treatment strategies George Bogen

9.20 10.00

1.30

2.50

New Zealand’s M.bovis eradication programme overview Kate Sawford

MORNING TEA - EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE Panel discussion: Should we eradicate bovine viral diarrhoea virus on a national level? Chair: Mark Burgemeister Dan Givens (20 minutes): Large scale bovine viral diarrhoea virus eradication Approach to interpretation of benign and aggressive bone lesions Alana Rosenblatt

Andrew Weir and Enoch Bergman (20 minutes each) Eradication of bovine viral diarrhoea virus: a New Zealand and Australian perspective

LUNCH – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE | ABSTRACT POSTER PRESENTATIONS IN EXHIBITION MARQUEE Saving teeth with calcium silicate cements/ vital pulp therapy George Bogen

2.10 2.30

Mycoplasma in dairy - the past, the present, the future Mark Hazelton and John House

Vital pulp therapy and regenerative/ revascularization procedures George Bogen

Ex vivo diffusion tensor microimaging of canine mammary tissue for cancer diagnosis Laura Bunbury

Findings from recent Australian research into the prevalence and aetiology of digital dermatitis Andrew Fisher

Veterinary Radiology Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM)

A new approach to develop an effective vaccine against Staphylococcus aureus mastitis (Emerging Scientist) Jully Gogoi-Tiwari Identifying effective herd and cow selection criteria for selective dry cow therapy in Australian pasture based dairy herds (Emerging Scientist) Lauren Foster

3.10 3.30

AFTERNOON TEA – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE

4.00

COLLEGE CONVOCATION | LOCATION: GOLD COAST ROOM

5.00

COLLEGE AGM | LOCATION: GOLD COAST ROOM

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12.30

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COOLANGATTA ROOM 4 EQUINE CHAPTER EQUINE CHAPTER COMBING WITH PHARMACOLOGY CHAPTER

6.45

FRIDAY

8.00

STRADBROKE ROOM (LEVEL 2) ANIMAL REPRODUCTION CHAPTER

CURRUMBIN ROOM (LEVEL 2) MEDICINE AND MANAGEMENT OF LABORATORY ANIMALS CHAPTER VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH CHAPTER

BREAKFAST SESSION | SPONSORED BY HILL’S PET NUTRITION LOCATION: CUCINA VIVO RESTAURANT, LOBBY LEVEL, THE STAR GOLD COAST Delegates must have pre-registered for this session to attend (This session is full) EQUINE CHAPTER Scientific Abstract Presentation (8.00 am to 11.50 am) Prevalence, radiographic resolution and outcomes of slab fractures of the third and central tarsal bones in juvenile Thoroughbred horses (2018 ANZCVS Prize winner - invited speaker) Cate Steel

8.20

Clinical trial of a herbal spray to treat equine insect bite hypersensitivity Carlos Medina Torres

8.40

Intra-gastric pH of foals admitted to the intensive care unit Jessica Wise

Use of artificial breeding technologies in conservation management of Australian wildlife Steve Johnston

Artificial breeding technologies we are likely to be using in ruminants in 2030 Michael Holland

MEDICINE AND MANAGEMENT OF LABORATORY ANIMALS CHAPTER

Morphological navigation of mouse strains Lorna Rasmussen

9.00

Cytology and microbiology of equine synovial infections Ka Yeung Yuen

The (un)reliability of intraperitoneal injections in rodents Sarah Toole

9.20

Myocardial fibrosis in Thoroughbred racehorsespotential substrate for cardiac arrhythmia? Laura Nath

Environmental contamination and exhaust air duct health monitoring Jenny Kingham

9.40

Cryopreservation of stallion semen without the use of egg yolk Madeline Kurpita

10.00

Bovine in vitro fertilisation in tropically adapted genotypes: what can be achieved? Luiz Porto MORNING TEA - EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE

10.30

Sample handling effects on ACTH concentrations following thyrotropin-releasing hormone stimulation Allison Stewart

10.50

Incidence of bacterial isolates and antibiotic sensitivity from uterine swabs Elizabeth Barter

11.10

Wound healing effect of a commercial formulation of lidocaine, bupivacaine, adrenaline and cetrimide applied on experimentally induced wounds in horses Albert Sole-Guitart

Biofilm-forming potential of Escherichia coli associated with canine pyometra Deepthi Leelamany

11.30

Antibiogram and multidrug resistant organisms from a referral equine hospital Ka Yeung Yuen

11.50

Caudal reproductive tract surgery Angus McKinnon

Measurement of spermatozoal concentration and percentage of membrane-intact spermatozoa using a newly developed computer-assisted semen quantification method in dogs John Watts

12.30 1.30

Pharmacologic treatment of laminitis: treating/ preventing endocrine dysfunction Melody de Laat

Pharmacologic treatment of laminitis: treating/ preventing foot pathology Simon Bailey

2.30

2.50 3.10

Medicine and Management of Laboratory Animals Chapter combining with Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia Chapter in Southport Room 2 1.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m.

Pharmacologic treatment of laminitis: pain relief Nick Bamford

VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH CHAPTER

Disorder of sexual development in a male pup with inverted ‘Y’ chromosome Steven Metcalfe

Salmonella enteritidis: its importance to business and public health Sarah Britton

Vaccination against canine pyometra: a progress report Deepti Chickkayuru Ramachandra

Creation of a bottom-up One Health approach to Antimicrobial Stewardship Jane Heller

Singleton syndromes in dogs and cats: a case of dystocia in a Turkish Van Queen Theresa Bugler Vinegar lavage in mares with persistent mating-induced endometritis Elizabeth Jones

Barriers and permissive factors driving antibiotic resistance in clinics and communities - A One Health perspective Kellie Thomas

Effect of equine chorionic gonadotropin on reproductive performance in a dairy herd in Northern Queensland John Hosie

Antibiotic resistance and usage surveillance in resource-poor environments Brendan Cowled

Use of a sanitary sheath at the time of artificial insemination by non-professional (“DIY”) technicians John Hosie

Collaborative intervention into an indigenous community for veterinary science students Greg Simmons and Bonny Cummings

3.30

AFTERNOON TEA – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE

4.00

COLLEGE CONVOCATION | LOCATION: GOLD COAST ROOM

5.00

COLLEGE AGM | LOCATION: GOLD COAST ROOM

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Medicine and Management of Laboratory Animals Chapter combining with Animal Welfare Chapter in Broadbeach Room 1 10.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.

LUNCH – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE | ABSTRACT POSTER PRESENTATIONS IN EXHIBITION MARQUEE EQUINE AND PHARMACOLOGY CHAPTERS

1.50 2.10

Insights into the canine uterine microbiome Natalie Krekeler


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6.45

BROADBEACH ROOM 2 VETERINARY BEHAVIOUR CHAPTER VETERINARY BEHAVIOUR CHAPTER COMBNIED WITH FELINE CHAPTER

VETERINARY BEHAVIOUR CHAPTER

Oncology Chapter combining with Surgery, Small Animal Medicine, and Feline Chapters in Gold Coast Room 8.00 a.m. - 8.40 a.m.

Oncology Chapter combining with Surgery Chapter in Southport Room 1 8.40 a.m. - 9.20a.m.

Update on RSPCA Canine behaviour assessments Liam Clay

Tumor microenvironment: the novel frontier of oncology Enrico Spugnini

Managing behaviour at a population level: keeping animals in shelters mentally stable and pre-empting problems once rehomed Trepheena Hunter

9.00 9.20 9.40

10.00 10.30

Greyhound rehoming in New South Wales: improving behavioural outcomes Norm Blackman

Electrochemotherapy: the Western Australian perspective Jess Finlay

SURGERY CHAPTER Current options in Total Joint Replacement -excerpts from the 2nd BioMedtrix Total Joint Conference, Chicago, 2018 Warrick Bruce

What is a Behaviour Trainer? Gaille Perry

My experience with joint replacement Chris Preston

Australasian attitudes regarding the future for behaviourists, from trained technicians through to veterinary psychiatry specialists Jess Beer

COLLEGE PLENARY: GOLD COAST ROOM TITLE: USING POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY TO ENHANCE AND MAINTAIN YOUR WELLBEING PRESENTED BY: DR NADINE HAMILTON

12.30

LUNCH – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE Feline lymphoma Peter Bennett

1.50

Electroporation in veterinary medicine: general concepts Enrico Spugnini

2.30

Prognostic indictors for dogs with non-indolent T cell lymphoma undergoing treatment with lomustine, vincristine, procarbazine and prednisolone chemotherapy John Blaxill

2.50

Molecular characteristics of cheetah mast cell tumours Vanessa Tamlin

3.10

Oncology Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM)

3.30

Veterinary Behaviour Chapter combining with Small Animal Medicine and Feline Chapters in Gold Coast Room 1.30 p.m. - 3.30 p.m.

How I treat sacral fractures Lance Wilson

How I treat traumatic talo-crural ligamentous injuries in dogs and cats Warrick Bruce

AFTERNOON TEA – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE VETERINARY BEHAVIOUR AND FELINE CHAPTERS

4.00

Targeting BCL2 proteins: the story of BH3 mimetics and their potential use in veterinary oncology Selvi Jegatheeson

Can you mix and match for cats? Will compounding multiple medications into one formulation produce reliable results for managing feline behaviour problems? Stephen Page

Novel Immunotherapeutics in the treatment of cancer in pet dogs; safety and efficacy of an adjuvanted autologous cancer vaccine Annika Oksa

What you should expect to see in cats who are benefiting from medication - and building on that Kersti Seksel

Surgery Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM)

5.00

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SATURDAY

1.30

4.40

SURGERY AND ONCOLOGY CHAPTERS Electrochemotherapy in small animals Enrico Spugnini

What is a Behaviour Coach? Gaille Perry

11.30

4.20

Surgery Chapter combining with Small Animal Medicine, Oncology and Feline Chapters in Gold Coast Room 8.00 a.m. - 8.40 a.m.

MORNING TEA - EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE Oncology Chapter combining with Equine Chapter in Coolangatta Room 4 10.30 a.m. - 11.10 a.m.

10.50 11.10

Rising Star International variations in approaches to managing companion animal behavior cases Liz Bailey Rising Star Case Study: Development of anxiety and compulsive behaviours in a Kelpie puppy Richard Seymour

8.20

8.40

SOUTHPORT ROOM 1 SURGERY AND ONCOLOGY CHAPTERS

BREAKFAST SESSION | SPONSORED BY PROVET VI AND INTERPATH LOCATION: CUCINA VIVO RESTAURANT, LOBBY LEVEL, THE STAR GOLD COAST Delegates must have pre-registered for this session to attend (This session is full)

8.00

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SOUTHPORT ROOM 2 VETERINARY ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA CHAPTER

6.45

SOUTHPORT ROOM 3 CATTLE CHAPTER

BREAKFAST SESSION | SPONSORED BY PROVET VI AND INTERPATH LOCATION: CUCINA VIVO RESTAURANT, LOBBY LEVEL, THE STAR GOLD COAST Delegates must have pre-registered for this session to attend (This session is full) SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE, SURGERY, FELINE AND ONCOLOGY CHAPTERS

8.00

Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM)

8.40

VAA Chapter Scientific Abstract Presentations (8.40 am to 11.30 am)

Evaluation of a remote early disease identification system to detect bovine respiratory disease in beef cattle in commercial Australian feeding operations Tony Batterham

9.00

Antinociceptive effect of lidocaine, bupivacaine, adrenaline and cetrimide applied topically to horse skin wounds Wendy Goodwin

9.20

Evaluation of analgesic interaction between morphine, maropitant and dexmedetomidine in dogs undergoing ovariohysterectomy Sandeep Karna

9.40

Comparison between invasive and noninvasive arterial blood pressure measured using the Bionet-BM7 in anaesthetised and standing horses Shaun Pratt

SATURDAY

10.00

Pancreatitis in dogs and cats Karin Allenspach

Summary of the findings from a series of epidemiological studies of infectious disease in beef breeding herds in northern Australia Michael McGowan Alimentary lymphoma versus inflammatory bowel disease in cats Karin Allenspach

MORNING TEA - EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE

10.30

Perioperative anaesthetic complications in a veterinary teaching hospital Megan Mifsud

10.50

Visual estimation of blood loss and assessment of a pictorial guide to improve accuracy Scott Cumming

11.10

Multiple anaesthetics of a cow with tetraparesis Nicholas Cowling

11.30

Diagnosing causes of abortion Dan Givens

Inflammatory bowel disease in dogs: role of the microbiome, antibiotics and probiotics Karin Allenspach

COLLEGE PLENARY: GOLD COAST ROOM TITLE: USING POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY TO ENHANCE AND MAINTAIN YOUR WELLBEING PRESENTED BY: DR NADINE HAMILTON

12.30

LUNCH – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE

1.30

Panel discussion: development of Australian guidelines for peri-operative monitoring of the healthy dog and cat Chair: David Neck

2.10 2.30 2.50

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE, FELINE AND VETERINARY BEHAVIOUR CHAPTERS How Countdown is facilitating change in managing infectious disease Mark Humphris

Fear Free Grant Winner (Topic TBC) Sally Nixon

Workshop: How ready are vets for change? How could they consider this in their work? A small group workshop (non cattle-vets welcome!) Mark Burgemeister

Canine Cognitive Dysfunction – Diagnosis, shortfalls of current treatment options and the world first clinical trial offering hope for the future Kaylene Jones

3.10

Does fluoxetine lead to antimicrobial resistance? Jacqui Ley

Psychotropic medications and anaesthesia Jacqui Ley Pancreatitis and behaviour medications Jacqui Ley

3.30

Tumor acidity and patient alkalization as a novel anticancer strategy Enrico Spugnini SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE AND FELINE CHAPTERS

Trichomoniasis Dan Givens

Attitudes and practices of Australian veterinarians to acute and chronic pain management in dogs and cats Phillip McDonagh

1.50

GOLD COAST ROOM SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE COMBINED WITH SURGERY, FELINE AND ONCOLOGY SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE COMBINED WITH FELINE CHAPTER SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE COMBINED WITH FELINE AND VETERINARY BEHAVIOUR CHAPTERS SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE

AFTERNOON TEA – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE VETERINARY ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA CHAPTER PROGRAM ENDS AT AFTERNOON TEA

CATTLE CHAPTER PROGRAM ENDS AT AFTERNOON TEA

4.00

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE CHAPTER (VETERINARY BEHAVIOUR AND FELINE CHAPTERS IN BROADBEACH ROOM 2) Genetics of canine inflammatory bowel disease Karin Allenspach

5.00

END OF SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

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SURFERS PARADISE ROOM 1 VETERINARY EMERGENCY AND CRITICAL CARE CHAPTER

6.45

SURFERS PARADISE ROOM 2 DERMATOLOGY CHAPTER

BREAKFAST SESSION | SPONSORED BY PROVET VI AND INTERPATH LOCATION: CUCINA VIVO RESTAURANT, LOBBY LEVEL, THE STAR GOLD COAST Delegates must have pre-registered for this session to attend (This session is full) EPIDEMIOLOGY AND ANIMAL WELFARE AND VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH CHAPTERS

8.00

Update on the Snake Map Project Manu Boller

8.20

The effect of elapid snake envenomation on coagulation factor activities in dogs in the inner west of Melbourne Louis Eramanis

Inflammation, viruses and tumours: what clinicians should know about skin cancer biology David Argyle

8.40

Copperhead snake (Austrelaps superbus) envenomation in the dog Leah Wright

9.00

Red-bellied black snake (Pseudechis porphyriacus) envenomation in 17 dogs: diagnosis and treatment with a new tiger-brown snake antivenom Ellen Finney

9.20

Panel discussion: Snake Envenomation Update Chair: Ellie Leister

9.40

From immunohistochemistry to immunotherapy: getting the most out of new diagnostics and therapeutics. David Argyle

Wildlife as pets: the motivation and risks to human health and animal welfare Rosemary Elliott MORNING TEA - EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE VETERINARY EMERGENCY AND CRITICAL CARE CHAPTER PROGRAM COMPLETE

10.50

Cytopoint: does it do more than treat itch? Oclacitinib (Apoquel): can this do more than treat allergic itch? Greg Burton

11.10

Animal welfare in cross-border pet travel: challenges and roles of veterinarians Jeffrey Ling Mapping the risks associated with dog bites Ricardo Soares-Magalhaes How many ways to spay? Cross-sectional survey of surgical and anaesthetic techniques used for routine spays Carolyn Gates

11.30

COLLEGE PLENARY: GOLD COAST ROOM TITLE: USING POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY TO ENHANCE AND MAINTAIN YOUR WELLBEING PRESENTED BY: DR NADINE HAMILTON

12.30

LUNCH – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE

Actinic dermatoses Mike Shipstone

Phylodynamic inferences in the presence of superspreaders Arata Hidano Global Vaccine Security: A case for equitable access to foot-and-mouth disease vaccines Corissa Miller

Discoid lupus erythematosus John Hutt

Rabies in Borneo: A case study of transboundary disease spread Michael Ward

2.30

Modelling disease control and post-outbreak management strategies to support Australia’s foot-andmouth disease preparedness Corissa Miller

2.50

Modelling between-village foot-and-mouth disease spread under limited information for Myanmar Masako Wada

3.10

Efficacy of topical permanent marker pen ink in the prevention of sunburn David Robson

Livestock movement pattern and its potential in the spread of foot and mouth disease in central Myanmar Supatsak Subharat

AFTERNOON TEA – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE

3.30

Scientific Abstract Session 5: Epidemiology when everything else fails 4.00

Clinical failure of therapy for Malassezia overgrowth in the dog: resistance or not? David Robson

4.20

4.40

Can virulence evolution theory help explain disease emergence in prawns? Barry Robinson An epidemiological investigation of exudative cloacitis in kākāpō (Strigops habroptilus) Chamindani Manjula Jayasinghe

Lipid soluble compounds in atopic and normal West Highland white terriers Helen Orbell

A case-control study to identify risk factors for adultonset idiopathic megaoesophagus in Australian dogs, 2017-2018 Mark Stevenson

5.00

END OF SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

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SATURDAY

EPIDEMIOLOGY CHAPTER Scientific Abstract Session 4: Exotic diseases

2.10

Management of animals in natural disasters Hayley Squance Managing welfare and wellbeing in the Mycoplasma bovis response Nita Harding

10.30

1.50

How animal welfare relates to human health and wellbeing Peter Thornber

Characterisation and closure of Bali’s dog meat trade Sasadara Vernandes

10.00

1.30

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SCIENCE WEEK 2019 PROGRAM SATURDAY 6 JULY 2019

COOLANGATTA ROOM 1 DENTISTRY CHAPTER

COOLANGATTA ROOM 2 PHARMACOLOGY CHAPTER

6.45

BREAKFAST SESSION | SPONSORED BY PROVET VI AND INTERPATH LOCATION: CUCINA VIVO RESTAURANT, LOBBY LEVEL, THE STAR GOLD COAST Delegates must have pre-registered for this session to attend (This session is full) Pharmacology Candidate Presentations (8.00 a.m. to 9.40 a.m)

8.00

Advances in endodontic irrigation, Instrumentation and obturation George Bogen

Historical antibiotic dosage recommendations: the short and long of the choices Michael Dhar

8.20

The mechanism of action of ace inhibitors and pimobendan in the treatment of canine congestive heart failure Louisa Poutsma

8.40

Avermectin and Fipronil: how do they compare? Karen Lipworth

9.00 9.20

Bioceramic obturation/portland cement vs. calcium silicate cements George Bogen

9.40

Veterinary Public Health Chapter combining with Veterinary Epidemiology and Animal Welfare Chapters in Surfers Paradise Room 3 8.00 a.m. - 11.30 a.m.

When is a vaccine not a vaccine? Ali Cullum Vaccines: antigens and adjuvants Felicia Tam Pharmacokinetics of subcutaneously administered doramectin in alpacas (Vicugna pacos) Gordon Lye

10.00 10.30

COOLANGATTA ROOM 3 VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH CHAPTER

MORNING TEA - EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE Management of dental trauma/endodontic surgery George Bogen

No Veterinary Pharmacology Chapter presentations being presented from 10.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m.

Veterinary Public Health Chapter combining with Veterinary Epidemiology and Animal Welfare Chapters in Surfers Paradise Room 3 8.00 a.m. - 11.30 a.m.

11.30

COLLEGE PLENARY: GOLD COAST ROOM TITLE: USING POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY TO ENHANCE AND MAINTAIN YOUR WELLBEING PRESENTED BY: DR NADINE HAMILTON

12.30

LUNCH – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH CHAPTER

1.30

Anaesthesia of guinea pigs and rabbits for dentistry Melinda Cowan

Examination Preparation Course Presented by: Pauline Calvert

SATURDAY

2.10

Biosecurity and international trade under the World Trade Organisation Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement Howard Pharo Implementing the Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement in the Middle East and Association of Southeast Asia Nations countries. Strengths and weaknesses. Brendan Cowled

2.30

Case report: When disaster strikes Olivia James

Looking back to move forward: a review of strategic foresight activities in the Department of Agriculture Sam Hamilton

2.50

Case report: Repair of severe lip avulsion injury Rebecca Tucker

VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH CHAPTER PROGRAM ENDS AT 2.50 P.M.

3.10

Case report: Loss of parotid salivary gland function and the effects on equine peripheral caries development Kirsten Jackson AFTERNOON TEA – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE

3.30 4.00

Science Week 2019 recap and 2020 planning discussion

4.20

Dentistry Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM)

PHARMACOLOGY CHAPTER PROGRAM ENDS AT AFTERNOON TEA

5.00

END OF SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

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6.45

SATURDAY 6 JULY 2019

COOLANGATTA ROOM 4 EQUINE CHAPTER EQUINE CHAPTER COMBINED WITH ONCOLOGY CHAPTERS

BREAKFAST SESSION | SPONSORED BY PROVET VI AND INTERPATH LOCATION: CUCINA VIVO RESTAURANT, LOBBY LEVEL, THE STAR GOLD COAST Delegates must have pre-registered for this session to attend (This session is full) EQUINE CHAPTER

8.00

Residents as clinical teachers in veterinary medicine Darien Feary

9.00

Endocrinological management of premature and septic foals Allison Stewart

10.00

MORNING TEA - EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE EQUINE AND ONCOLOGY CHAPTERS

10.30

Electrochemotherapy in horses Enrico Spugnini

11.10

(Oncology program continues in Broadbeach 1)

11.30

COLLEGE PLENARY: GOLD COAST ROOM TITLE: USING POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY TO ENHANCE AND MAINTAIN YOUR WELLBEING PRESENTED BY: DR NADINE HAMILTON

12.30

LUNCH – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE EQUINE CHAPTER

1.30

Colostrum: is it really worth the fuss? Catherine Russell

2.30

Management of the lame foal Sarah Jalim

3.30 4.00

AFTERNOON TEA – EVENT CENTRE EXHIBITION MARQUEE Laparoscopic reproductive surgery Jess Partlow

5.00

END OF SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

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Trade Exhibition Located in the Event Centre Marquee we are pleased to welcome over 50 industry exhibitors to Science Week this year.

Exhibition opening times Thursday 10:00am to 4:00pm Friday 10:00am to 4:00pm Saturday 10:00am to 4:00pm The College is pleased to support Vet Beyond Borders and Rainbow Veterinarians and Allies through offering them exhibition space to engage with conference delegates.

PASSPORT COMPETITION Here’s your chance to win some fantastic prizes whilst engaging with our valued industry exhibitors! A passport competition will be run for the duration of Science Week. For your chance to win:

Prizes include: •

Complimentary Science Week Registration 2020 plus 2 nights’ accommodation at The Star Gold Coast and $100 food and beverage voucher – Valued at over $1600 – Thanks to ANZCVS

$250 Westfield Gift Card - Thanks to The University of Sydney

Download the Science Week app (see page 3 for instructions)

$200 Wine Voucher - Thanks to Idexx Laboratories

Open the app and select ‘Win’

$100 prepaid Mastercard - Thanks to Bova

Obtain as many points via fulfilling as many of the listed goals as possible for your chance to win

$500 retail credit for B.Braun products - Thanks to B.Braun

2 x textbooks and a keep cup - Thanks to Hill’s Pet Nutrition

$100 gift voucher - Thanks to REM SYSTEMS

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Exhibitor

Booth

Exhibitor

Booth

Rainbow Veterinarians and Allies Allies

BL

Vet Beyond Borders

BL

Rem Systems Pty Ltd

18

Veterinary Information Network

BL

34

Royal Canin

30

44

Animal Emergency Centre

9B

Sound Veterinary Equipment

36

Veterinary Orthopaedics

ANZCVS

AL

Southpaws Specialty Surgery For Animals

25

Veterinary Orthopedic Implants VetLink

9A

Australian Veterinary Association

39

2

Vetmedex

26

Austvet Endoscopy

21

SVS (Specialist Veterinary Services) Pathology Network

Vetoquinol

8

B.Braun Australia

4

42

VSS

15

B.Braun Australia

5

The University of Sydney

Vyaire

41A

BCF Ultrasound

9

Therian Pty Ltd

23

Zebravet

10

BOQ Specialist

22

Bova

27

Chemical Essentials

43

Credabl

16

Dermcare Vet

11

ezyVet

20

Guild Insurance

12

Helena Laboratories (Australia) Pty Ltd

31

Hill's Pet Nutrition

14

Idexx Laboratories

37

iM3

24

Karl Storz Endoscopy Australia Pty Ltd

6

Knight Benedikt

29

Medical Plus Australia

17

Mediquip

3

NZVA

38

Orthomed

28

Pets in Peace

7

Petsure

41

Prime100

19

Provet Vi and Interpath

40

Purina Petcare

33

R&XVET

13

Radincon

9C

ADM Australia

35

Advanced Anaesthesia Specialists

32

Andrew Barton Laundry Systems

1

2

3

4

WATER STATION

1

5

ANZCVS LOUNGE (AL)

44 43

CATERING STATION

17

18

19

20

21

22

29 SOFT DRINK STATION

30

32

31

33

34

6 CATERING STATION

7 8

9 24

23

42

36

35

37

38

9A 9B

CATERING STATION

25

26

41A 28

27

40

39

9C SOFT DRINK STATION

10

41 BUSINESS LOUNGE (BL)

16

15

14

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12

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