ISESSAH-InnovSur 2018

14-18 May 2018 - SupAgro Montpellier - France

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Monday 14 May



Opening ceremonie


Press meeting


SESSION 1 - The role played by animal health professionals

Chair: Didier Raboisson (Toulouse Vet School - INRA, France)


Keynote 1
State of the US Veterinary Profession
Michael Dicks (American Veterinary Medical Association, USA)


Selected oral presentations

  • A field trial on the effect of veterinary peer study groups on the prescription of intramammary antimicrobials
    Valerie-Beau Pucken (Vetsuisse Faculty - University of Bern, Switzerland)
  • Brexit and the International Migration of Veterinary Surgeons to and from the UK
    Gareth Enticott (Cardiff University, UK)


Selected short oral presentations

  • How the income of French veterinarians is composed? An economic analysis
    Jean-Joseph Minviel (INRA-ENVT, France)
  • How do French veterinarians face the new antimicrobial resistance policy regarding the use of critically important antibiotics?
    Clémence Boireau (ANSES, France)
  • Vertical coordination and health control measures in the French young bull sector: a transaction cost analysis
    Florence Beaugrand (Oniris - Inra, France)
  • Role of upstream packers, processors, and retailers in producer biosecurity effort
    James Mitchell (Kansas State University, USA)
  • The dilemma of controlling BVDV in Thuringia, Germany: Outcome of an agent based model
    Jörn Gethmann (Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut, Germany)

Coffee break - Visit of exhibition - Poster session

SESSION 1 - The role played by animal health professionals

Chair: Gareth Enticott (Cardiff University, UK)


keynote 2
Future challenges of the sociology of animal health. Examples from antimicrobials use in livestock production
Nicolas Fortané (Inra - IRISSO, France)


Selected oral presentations

  • Anthropological comparison of occupational practices, risk and biosecurity along the poultry commodity chains in Bangladesh and Vietnam
    Erling Høg (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, UK)
  • Animal health management on organic farmers: influence of extension services and animal health professionals
    Claire Manoli (Goupe ESA, France)
  • An ethnography of medicine use on UK dairy farms
    Gwen Rees (University of Bristol, UK)

Lunch - Visit of exhibition - Poster session


SESSION 2 - Decision making and ecology of animal diseases - Surveillance

Chair: Pablo Alarcon (Royal Veterinary College, UK)


Keynote 3
How much is nature worth? Challenges and controversies around the economic valuation of plant and animal life
Eric Gómez-Baggethun (Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway)


Selected oral presentations

  • Effects of disease risk, information certainty, and messaging on biosecurity compliance on livestock facilities: evidence from experimental simulations
    Susan Moegenburg (University of Vermont, USA)
  • At the interface of Animal health and Environmental management, a case study driven by in Thailand
    Aurélie Binot (Cirad, France)
  • Avian influenza in Bangladesh: ethnography, behavioural economics and experimental behavioural epidemiology in One health – A proof of concept
    Tony Barnett (LSHTM, UK)
  • Selecting an optimal surveillance option during an outbreak: a comparison of Cost-effectiveness for highly pathogenic Avian influenza
    Kamina Johnson (USDA - APHIS, USA)
  • Unbiased assessment of disease surveillance utilities: a prospect theory application
    Victor J. del Rio Vilas (University of Surrey, UK)


Selected short oral presentations

  • Levers and barriers to the implementation of the One Health surveillance strategy for antibiotic resistance in Vietnam
    Marion Bordier (Cirad, Vietnam)
  • Economic evaluation of swine health surveillance and control system in Vietnam
    Marisa Peyre (Cirad, France)
  • One Health evaluation of the University of Copenhagen Research Centre for Control of Antibiotic Resistance (UC-CARE)
    Anaïs Léger (SAFOSO AG, Switzerland)
  • Economic evaluation of antimicrobial resistance surveillance system in Vietnam
    Dung Vu (OUCRU Hanoi, Vietnam)
  • How local socio-economic and cultural factors shape animal health surveillance and control programs
    Marisa Peyre (Cirad, France)

Coffee break - Visit of exhibition - Poster session


SESSION 3 - Governance and human behaviours

Chair: Arnaud Rault (INRA, France)


Selected oral presentations

  • Bio-economic modelling of antibiotic use and health management in dairy French production
    Ahmed Ferchiou (École nationale vétérinaire de Toulouse, France)
  • Interactive model-based tool for animal disease simulation and intervention strategies
    Gabriela Bucini (University of Vermont, USA)
  • A time series approach for measuring the indirect costs of animal disease outbreaks
    Alyson Barratt (SRUC, UK)
  • From dairy farm to consumer: analysis of the impacts of policies mitigating antimicrobial use in dairy production
    Guillaume Lhermie (Cornell University, USA)
  • Decentralized zoonotic disease control by livestock producers: a game theoretic model applied to avian influenza in Southeast Asia
    Alexis Delabouglise (Pennsylvania State University, USA)


Selected short oral presentations

  • Cost-benefits analysis of pig feed Salmonella control programme in Finland
    Jarkko Niemi (Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke), Finland)
  • The value of information for livestock production: concept, analytical and methodological approaches and challenges
    Erwin Wauters (Flanders research institute for agriculture, fisheries and food, Belgium)
  • Big impacts, little science? A critical review of animal health impact assessments
    Camille Bellet (Institute of Infection and Global Health, United Kingdom)
  • Feedlot willingness to pay for disposal capacity to address foreign animal disease risk
    Dustin Pendell (Kansas State University, USA)
  • An economic model of the meat paradox
    Nicolas Treich (Inra, France)



Welcome coktail and dinner