Abstracts

Abstract submission is now closed.

For further information, please contact the organisers.

Thank you for the abstracts that were submitted. The abstracts were reviewed by 70 ISAE members and then considered by the scientific committee. If you submitted an abstract, you should have been contacted via the OASES website to inform you of the decision on your abstract. If you have any questions, please contact the organisers.


Main theme
Ethology for health and welfare

Specific sessions

1. Putting ethology into practice (e.g. knowledge transfer and application, education, policy development, codes and regulations)

2. Applied ethology and wildlife management

3. Veterinary aspects of ethology and welfare

4. Play behaviour

5. Free communications

Please write your abstract in accordance with the ISAE Procedural Guidelines (Abstract Submission Standard, p. 42) and the ISAE Ethical Guidelines.

ISAE abstract submission guidelines

Abstracts must not exceed 3,000 keystrokes excluding title, names and affiliation. The maximum for the overall number of keystrokes is 3,500 leaving 500 keystrokes for title, authors and affiliations. If the latter exceeds 500 keystrokes, the available keystrokes for the abstract text are reduced accordingly. The title can contain a maximum of 125 keystrokes.


Guidelines for oral presentations

Guidelines for posters


Scientific Committee

Michael Cockram, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada
Tarjei Tennessen, Dalhousie University, Canada
Luis Bate, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada
Renee Bergeron, University of Guelph, Canada
Sylvie Cloutier, Canadian Council on Animal Care, Canada
Andrew Fisher, University of Melbourne, Australia
Maria Hötzel, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil