IAHAIO Conference, Paris 11-13 July 2016

 

Thank you to all participants at our recent international conference in the wonderful city of Paris.  We had nearly 450 attendees from around the globe who enjoyed a full programme of plenaries, oral presentations, poster presentations and workshops - as well as some splendid social events.

The Conference Handbook, which lists all the Abstracts and Posters presented at the conference, can be viewed here

Temple Grandin was unfortunately not able to attend the conference, but pre-recorded a wonderful interview with IAHAIO Board member, Brinda Jegatheesan, which can be viewed here.

IAHAIO extends its sincere gratitude to our sponsors - Adrienne and Pierre Sommer Foundation, France, Mars/Waltham, Nestle Purina, CEVA and Hills Japan - who provided such excellent support for the conference. 

We also thank our host organisation, Adrienne and Pierre Sommer Foundation, France, most sincerely for their tremendous support, hard work and dedication in preparing for the conference, and during the conference itself.

Please note: If you have any administrative queries about the conference, please email admin@iahaio.org

Unveiling A New Paradigm: HAI in the mainstream

 

Themes

Theme 1

Innovations in HAI Practices across disciplines, cultures and societies around the globe

- Emphasis on wellbeing for humans and animals
- New roles in AAI and HAI for veterinarians, for medical professions, psychologists, physiotherapists, animal scientists, ethologists, biologists, social workers etc.
- New insights in AAI and HAI

Theme 2  Innovative research in different populations and settings for AAI
Theme 3  New insights in cognitions, emotions and behavior of animals in HAI and AAI
Theme 4  New theoretical perspectives on the human animal bond
Theme 5  Advancement in HAI Education e.g. accreditation, curricula, best practices trends and happenings in education, ethics
Theme 6  Global perspectives on relationship of animal abuse and interpersonal violence
Theme 7   Research methodology: AAI and quantitative, qualitative and mixed research methods
Theme 8   Sustainablity in AAI


 

Sponsors

 

We are very grateful for the support of our sponsors:

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Announcements

IAHAIO conference stream and AGM 2017, California

IAHAIO is delighted to announce that it will be hosting a dedicated HCAB stream at the ISAZ conference on 24 June 2017 at the University of California, Davis, California, USA. The IAHAIO Annual General Meeting will take place on 23 June. Registration is now open. Full details, including the IAHAIO programme, can be found here. IAHAIO member, Pet Partners, is also offering 6 places to IAHAIO members for their Pet Partners Evaluator Training which will take place during the conference. Further details are available here.

IAHAIO White Paper - Animal assisted interventions

The IAHAIO White Paper outlining definitions and guidelines for animal assisted interventions and wellness of animals involved was endorsed by  IAHAIO members in 2014, and has now been translated into French, German, Dutch and Polish. An essential document for everyone involved in AAI. For further information, click here.

IAHAIO Digital Photo Contest

When you look at HAI, what do you see? HAI around the world

Open to all IAHAIO member organisations, the IAHAIO photo contest invites members to share their images of human-animal interactions with the IAHAIO community and help build our photo library. It carries a first prize of $500. Closing date for submissions is 15 May 2017. For contest rules and instructions. please click here.


Temple Grandin interview

We are delighted to share a video of Temple Grandin being interviewed by IAHAIO Board member, Brinda Jegatheesan, which was shown at the IAHAIO conference in July. Click here to view.

People and Animals: The International Journal of Research and Practice (PAIJ)

We are delighted to announce the launch of the new IAHAIO open-access, peer-reviewed Journal! It publishes articles relating to research, practice and education in HAI and AAI. For further information and to submit abstracts for review for the first issues, please click here.


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