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“OIE trains southern African veterinary
and aquaculture officers on diseases of
finfish in Grahamstown”


Grahamstown, South Africa
September 19 - 23, 2011

PRESENTATIONS FOR DOWNLOAD

(all presentations are in English, except where mentioned otherwise)


Topic

Speaker

 

How do we build capacity in developing fish health services in Africa? (647KB)

Qurban Rouhani

General presentation of the OIE (1.4MB)
P. Bastiaensen
Disease transmission in aquatic environments, as opposed to terrestrial animals (987KB)
Larry Hammell
Overview of the OIE tools pertaining to aquatic animal health management, the quality of veterinary services (VS) and aquatic animal health services (AAHS) and legislation. (1.2MB)
P. Bastiaensen
 
Outcomes of the OIE Global Conference on Aquatic Animal Health Programmes, held in Panama (June 2011) (434KB)
Gillian Mylrea
The OIE Aquatic Animal Health Code : general overview and definitions  (856KB)
P. Bastiaensen
The OIE Aquatic Animal Health Code : criteria for listing, recent additions and delisting, reporting requirements and reported diseases in the SADC region and in Africa. (1.0MB)
Gillian Mylrea
The OIE Aquatic Animal Health Code : surveillance (§ 1.4) (Guide for aquatic animal health surveillance) (1.5MB)
Larry Hammell
Sampling from fish farms : guiding principles (1.1MB)
Larry Hammell
Practical biosecurity at farm level and prioritizing risk (1.0MB)
D. Huchzermeyer
Prevalence, incidence or absence of disease/infection (598KB)
Larry Hammell
Early detection and diagnostic test performance in apparently healthy fish (1.1MB) Larry Hammell
Risk factors affecting clinical disease (823KB)
Larry Hammell
Studies to identify risk factors (823KB)
Larry Hammell
Introduction to aquaculture : recognition of common aquaculture fish species and their environmental needs

Horst Kaiser

Common diseases of koi, trout & tilapia (844KB)
D. Huchzermeyer
Significant fish diseases not occurring in southern Africa (967KB)
D. Huchzermeyer
Protocols for investigating suspected pollution – related fish mortalities (262KB)
D. Huchzermeyer
The OIE Aquatic Animal Health Code : prudent use of antimicrobials (270KB)
Gillian Mylrea
Antimicrobial use in aquaculture (455KB)
D. Huchzermeyer
The OIE Aquatic Animal Health Code : contribution of
OIE focal points to standard setting
(57KB)
P. Bastiaensen
Anatomy & physiology of fish (631KB)
D. Huchzermeyer
Pharmacology : general principles (299KB)
D. Huchzermeyer
Pharmacology : clinical trials for drugs and for vaccines (1.1MB)
Larry Hammell
Chemical water treatment methods (in aquaculture)
Horst Kaiser
Fish Endocrinology
Horst Kaiser
The OIE Aquatic Animal Health Manual : general overview (418KB)
P. Bastiaensen
The OIE Aquatic Animal Health Manual : reference centres and twinning (647KB)
Gillian Mylrea
The OIE Aquatic Animal Health Manual : Diseases of fish: general information and sampling (§ 2.3) (803KB)
D.Huchzermeyer
Practicals in laboratory : diagnostic approach & histopathology (notes: 102KB) (2.8MB)
D.Huchzermeyer
The OIE Aquatic Animal Health Code : commodity-based trade and certification (737KB)
Gillian Mylrea
Protocols for disease free certification of koi & trout for export (369KB)
D. Huchzermeyer
Epizootic ulcerative syndrome (EUS) : a case example of  interest to legislative issues (995KB)
Kevin Christison
Epizootic ulcerative syndrome (EUS) : a case example of  interest to legislative issues (635KB)
D. Huchzermeyer  
Koi herpes virus (KHV) : a case example of  interest to legislative issues (717KB)
D. Huchzermeyer  
Parasitology
Horst Kaiser
Fish health in intensive aquaculture systems
Horst Kaiser
The relationship between nutrition and fish health (922KB)
D. Huchzermeyer
If prevention is better than cure – then how do we stop fish getting sick ?
The relationship between stress and fish health.  
Horst Kaiser

       
 

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Introductory remarks by Dr. Botlhe M. Modisane, OIE Delegate from South Africa (left) and Dr. Marosi Molomo, OIE Delegate from Lesotho and Vice-President of the OIE Regional Commission for Africa (right).


Prof. Dr. Larry Hammell of the OIE Joint Collaborating Centre for Epidemiology and Risk Assessment of Aquatic Animal Diseases at Atlantic Veterinary College (UPEI) in Charlottetown, Canada.


"Group photograph of participants, lecturers and organisers. Picture Q. Rouhani (RU) 2011


Mr. Qurban Rouhani of the Rural Fisheries Programme of the Department of Ichtyology and Fisheries Science at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa


Welcoming speech by the Vice-Chancellor of Rhodes University, Prof. Saleem Badat


Simulation exercise in small groups, commenting on proposed new standards in the report of the OIE Aquatic Animal Health Standards Commission (AAHSC)


Visit of the facilities of the Department of Ichtyology and Fisheries Science at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa


Visit of the facilities of the Department of Ichtyology and Fisheries Science at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa. Picture Q. Rouhani (RU) 2011


Visit of the facilities of the Department of Ichtyology and Fisheries Science at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa. Picture Q. Rouhani (RU) 2011


Visit of the facilities of the Department of Ichtyology and Fisheries Science at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa. Picture Q. Rouhani (RU) 2011


Dr. Romona Naidoo (front) and Dr. Gilson Njunga (back), participants from South Africa and Malawi respectively


Ms. Charlotte Makibelo from South Africa during the practical exercice. Picture Q. Rouhani (RU) 2011


Dr. David Huchzermeyer, associated expert of the Department of Ichtyology and Fisheries Science at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa, demonstrating simple pathological investigation techniques. Picture Q. Rouhani (RU) 2011


Dr. David Huchzermeyer, associated expert of the Department of Ichtyology and Fisheries Science at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa, demonstrating simple pathological investigation techniques


Visit of the Port Alfred Marine Research Laboratory (Rhodes University). Picture Q. Rouhani (RU) 2011


Simulation exercise in small groups, assessing compliance of national legislation with the OIE Guidelines on Veterinary Legislation? Picture L. Hammell (AVC) 2011


Handing out of the certificate of participation to Dr. Gilson Njunga from Malawi by Prof. Dr. Warwick Sauers, Head of the Department of Ichtyology and Fisheries Science at Rhodes University in Grahamstown.


Overview of the participants

 



Pictures P. Bastiaensen (oie) 2011
unless mentioned otherwise.

 
 
 

 
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