When: 16 May 2015, 9.00 am – 3.30 pm
Where: Faculty Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences, The University of Melbourne
Who: Vets Beyond BordersAnimal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities, and the Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences, The University of Melbourne

Workshop aims:

  • Meet and interact with colleagues working on dog population control;
  • Understand why monitoring and evaluation of dog population control programs is important;
  • Develop a better understanding of the data that needs to be collected to monitor and evaluate dog population control programs;
  • Raise awareness of the ICAM Guide to Monitoring and Evaluating Dog Population Management Interventions; and
  • Know where to get help implementing ICAM techniques if you need it.

Program

Time Presenter Details
0910 - 0920 Andrea Britton ICAM: Are we making a difference?
0920 - 1000 Karma Rinzin Monitoring and Evaluation in Practice
1000 - 1020 Tracy Helman Holistic Monitoring and Evaluation
1020 - 1030   Group Discussion
1030 - 1100   Morning Tea
1100 - 1110 Andrea Britton Update on VBB Vanuatu project
1100 - 1120 Liz Tudor WALDHeP update
1120 - 1130 Bonny Cumming AMRRIC update
1130 - 1140   Group Discussion
1140 - 1155 Peter Howe Non-surgical sterilisation
1155 - 1210 Aashima Auplish, Alison Clarke, Trent van Zanten Evalution of education interventions.
1210 - 1215   Group Discussion
1215 - 1235 Mark Stevenson The ICAM Guide: Theory to practice.
1235 - 1245   Group Discussion
1245 - 1330   Lunch