Upcoming events

    • 17 Mar 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (UTC+11:00)
    • Zoom webinar
    • 75
    Register

    Dog bites are a recognized public health issue due to their impact on human and animal health/welfare. 

    For this study dog bite patient hospitalization data geolocated to the street address were collected from clinical records management systems from the four main public hospitals in the Metro South Hospital Health Service region of Queensland for a 5-year period (ie. 01/07/2013 to 30/06/2017). We investigated the epidemiology of three clinical outcomes including probability of paediatric cases (paediatric vs. adult), probability of dog bites to the head (head injury vs. other injury), and probability of re-presentation to the ED following their initial dog bite (yes or no).

    This presentation will discuss the risk factors identified as well as present our predictive maps showing significant clustering of paediatric case probability associated with socioeconomic status of the places of residence. We also show that public health interventions to reduce the burden of dog bites should be targeted to the populations most at-risk in the areas identified in this study.

    Webinar presenters:

    Associate Professor Ricardo J. Soares Magalhães (LVM MSc PhD DiplECVPH)

    Dr Soares Magalhaes  is an infectious disease epidemiologist with qualifications in both human and veterinary public health. He leads the UQ’s Spatial Epidemiology Laboratory (www.spatialepilab.com) a One Health medical geography group within the University of Queensland, Australia. His primary research focuses on the application and development of spatial risk assessment methods to provide epidemiological evidence for more rational implementation of strategies for the control of infectious diseases of animals and humans. His lab uses contemporary epidemiological tools, including spatial modelling, and more recently molecular epidemiology to answer key questions regarding the implementation of zoonotic disease control in Australia and developing countries. 

    Dr Bradley Brennan (BHlthSc MBBS) 

    Dr Brennan  is an emergency physician advanced trainee with the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine. He is currently working at the Princess Alexandra Hospital as an Emergency Medicine Registrar. He is interested in bridging the gap between clinical medicine and human public health. His primary research focuses on emergency department presentations secondary to animal injuries, and the epidemiological factors that influence these presentations.

    This webinar is only available to members and is free.

    • 18 Mar 2021
    • 1:00 PM (UTC+11:00)
    • 31 Dec 2021
    • 5:00 PM (UTC+11:00)
    • Online

    The G2Z webinar series has been developed as an alternative to the 2021 in person National G2Z Summit.

    This series will cover a wide variety of companion animal managment and sheltering topics and you are welcome to suggest topics and speakers by emailing us. 

    Local and international experts will share their experiences, successes, skills and learnings with us all.

    Click here to find out more and register for upcoming webinars and online events.

    • 20 May 2021
    • 8:00 AM (UTC+10:00)
    • 21 May 2021
    • 3:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Stamford Grand, 2 Jetty Rd, Glenelg SA 5045

    The Local Government Authorised Persons' Association (APA) in partnership with the Dog and Cat Management Board, KelledyJones Lawyers and Norman Waterhouse Lawyers are proud to present the 2021 APA Professional Development Seminar at The Stamford Grand Glenelg, on Thursday 20 & Friday 21 May 2021.  

    For more information and to register for this event visit www.lgapa.com.au

     

     

    • 31 Jul 2021
    • 9:00 AM (EDT)
    • 01 Aug 2021
    • 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • Online

    THIS EVENT WILL BE PRESENTED ON AUSTRALIA Eastern Standard Time (AEST)

    Are you encountering more reactive and aggressive dogs in your day to day work? 

    Do you have a dog who needs more help with aggressive or reactive behaviours? 

    Would you like more support and safety protocols for training an aggressive dog?

    Join us for the annual 2 Day virtual Conference dedicated to Aggression In Dogs.

    The workshop will be presented virtually in a live stream format and IT WILL BE RECORDED! You get to learn all of the same information from the comfort of your home, next to your dog(s)! Trish and Mike will be presenting all of the same material they would as an in-person workshop, including the leash and defensive handling skills. Attendance will remain limited to ensure all participants have ample opportunities to ask Mike and Trish questions. 

    Are you currently working with aggressive dogs or have an interest in learning more about how to safely work with aggressive dogs?

    Would you like to learn hands-on defensive handling skills?

    Do you want to add more to your toolbox for modifying aggressive behavior in dogs?

    To register and learn more go tohttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/via-live-stream-aggression-in-dogs-defensive-handling-and-training-registration-119784094451

Past events

23 Feb 2021 Preventing stray and abandoned cats and dogs through Council NDN Cooperative Desexing Programs - webinar
21 Dec 2020 AIAM 2020 Research updates - webinar
24 Nov 2020 Animal Management 2021 style with Human Animal Support Services - webinar
27 Oct 2020 Annual General Meeting and Doggone Webinar
13 Oct 2020 AIAM Annual Workshop 2020
02 Oct 2020 Aggression in Dogs Virtual Conference
17 Sep 2020 COVID-19 and Animal Management in the USA - webinar
20 Aug 2020 Quick and Dirty Dog Behaviour webinar
14 Apr 2020 Cat Management for Local Government
21 Oct 2019 AIAM Annual Workshop 2019
18 Sep 2019 2019 WA Rangers Conference
10 Sep 2019 G2Z 8th National G2Z Summit
30 Jul 2019 2019 NSW Rangers Conference
23 May 2019 South Australian Local Government Authorised Persons Association Annual Seminar 2019
18 Oct 2018 AIAM Inc Annual General Meeting
17 Oct 2018 AIAM Annual Workshop 2018
16 Oct 2018 AIAM Workshop 2018 - Airport Transfers
17 Sep 2018 New Zealand Companion Animal Council Inc - Conference
06 Sep 2018 Australian Disaster Resilience Conference
24 Jul 2018 Australian Institute of Local Government Rangers, NSW 2018
24 May 2018 South Australian Local Government Authorised Persons Association Annual Seminar 2018
23 May 2018 Behaviour, Welfare & Wellbeing Seminar - People & Animals in the Workplace
18 Oct 2017 AIAM Annual Workshop 2017
20 Sep 2017 WA Rangers Association Conference 2017
12 Sep 2017 G2Z
25 Jul 2017 Australian Institute of Local Government Rangers, NSW
25 May 2017 South Australian Local Government Authorised Persons Association Annual Seminar 2017
20 Oct 2016 Annual General Meeting
19 Oct 2016 2016 AIAM Workshops
21 Sep 2016 West Australian Rangers Association Annual Training Conference
26 Jul 2016 Australian Institute of Local Government Rangers (Inc)


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