Severity and humane endpoints in fish research - REGISTRERING R STENGT
Experiment i fish has to be classified as Terminal, Mild, Moderate or Severe
Opening registration 08:00
- 0830-0850 Aurora Brønstad, UoB, Norway. Introduction and Humane endpoints.
- 0850-0935 Anne D. Degryse, FELASA (WG Severity Assessment) . Severity classification.
- 09:35-10:15 Trygve Poppe, Norway´s Environmental and Life Sciences University, Norway. Why ethics also should apply to fish
10:15-10:30 Coffee break
WELFARE OF FARMED SALMON AND CLEANER FISH
- 10:30 -10:50 Inger Fyllingen, Norwegian Food Safety Authority, Norway. Welfare status of farmed salmon.
- 10:50- 11:10 Nils Fredrik Vestvik, Blue Planet Academy, Norway. Welfare of farmed cleaner fish during production and treatments.
- 11:10-11:30 Stine Kolstø, FOMAS AS, Norway. Gill health in farmed fish – a welfare issue
11:30-12:30 Lunch break
HUMANE ENDPOINTS IN FISH RESEARCH
- 12:30-13.00 Gunvor Knudsen, Norwegian Food Safety Authority, Norway. How to evaluate severity levels in fish trials.
- 13:00-13:20 Adrian Smith, NORECOPA, Norway. Prepare guidelines – How can they help to reduce severity in fish trials.
- 13:20 -13:40 Jonatan Nilsson, IMR, Norway. Group size in fish studies matters (how many extra fish do you need?).
- 13:40-14:00 Frode Oppedal, IMR, Norway. Extreme environments, tolerance thresholds and large-scale trials with millions of individuals.
- 14:00 – 14:20 Frode Oppedal, IMR, Norway. Aquatic animal tag use in salmon aquaculture habitats. Challenges and data relevance.
14:20-14:40 Coffee break
WELFARE MONITORING TOOLS SESSION
- 14.40-15:20 Lars Helge Stien, IMR, Norway. Salmon Welfare Index (SWIM) guidelines.
- 1520-1545 Linda Andersen, ILAB, and Anita Rønneseth, UoB, Norway. Introduction to workshop on score sheet development.
- 15:45-16:00 Aurora Brønstad, UoB, Norway. Summary of the day