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Aquatic Surveillance Workshop

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AUSTRALIA - The University of Adelaide, School of Animal & Veterinary Sciences, is holding an aquatic surveillance workshop on 12-16 December 2011.

Funded by the Aquatic Animal Health Training Schemes (FRDC/DAFF) this five-day workshop will cover the design, evaluation and implementation of surveillance programs for aquatic animal diseases.

The cost of the workshop is covered by the FRDC/DAFF and will be free of charge for the participants.

However, personal needs including travel, accommodation and food are at the participant own charge. Some convenient and low cost accommodation on the Roseworthy Campus may be available.

Please email for further information.

The maximum capacity of the workshop is 25 participants.

Priority to participate to the workshop will be given to: State and Territory Departments of Fisheries/Primary Industries; AAHL; State aquatic animal health laboratories; Universities with significant aquatic animal health interest; Consultants and private veterinarians and working in fisheries and aquaculture.

The deadline for registrations is Monday, 10 October, 2011.

For more information and to register online, go to