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The 2016 CFHS National Animal Welfare Conference is the preeminent venue for thought leadership, sharing of ideas, networking and learning. The conference brings together Canada’s animal welfare community, which works with, cares for and advocates on behalf of our nation’s animal population. Conference attendees passionately embrace the need to promote respect and humane treatment of all animals.
The program committee is currently accepting abstracts for sessions at the 2016 conference. The conference will explore the following areas:
The committee is looking specifically for a focus on recent programs, projects, interventions or other
ideas that have been applied in the field to directly advance the welfare and well-being of animals. The committee encourages submissions that explore innovative and creative responses to animal welfare issues. In order to provide a comprehensive learning experience for the conference participants, the committee is interested in both successful and unsuccessful initiatives
The committee welcomes submissions for 90-minute presentations in the following formats
Sessions can be delivered using a digital format or as an interactive, hands-on workshop within the allotted time. All sessions must allow for a 10-minute question period.
Abstracts should be one single-spaced page in Times New Roman (12 point) with 1-inch margins. All abstracts (and presentations) must be in English and should not include tables or diagrams.
Submit abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for receiving abstracts is Wednesday, September 30 2015
Abstracts will be reviewed by the conference program committee, and selected speakers will be notified by November 13, 2015. If your abstract is chosen, your registration fee for the conference will be waived. Presenters will be required to cover their own accommodation, travel and some food expenses.Print this page