Project communication and result dissemination was done by our Belgian partners at “ISESSAH 2023 : Understanding stakeholder behaviour and socio-economic implications of practices and policies of animal health” in Helsinki, Finland, on June 13-15, 2023.
The International Society for Economics and Social Sciences of Animal Health (ISESSAH) aims to improve animal health and welfare policies, programme and projects through more nuanced use of concepts and tools available in economics and social science disciplines. The annual conference is a key tool to promote this objective. A good opportunity to share our project results with international animal health stakeholders !
Arthi Amalraj from Ghent University gave a presentation on the supporting measure “Veterinary coaching to stimulate biosecurity compliance”. This was an important finding in WP2 and is being validated in the WP3 of project NetPoulSafe. The presentation highlighted the intervention strategies like “coaching” towards better biosecurity compliance in Belgian poultry farms.
Arthi Amalraj also completed her presentation with a poster on : “Biosecurity gaps in breeder and layer farms in EU – a farmers perspective”.