Category: Past Events and Activities

Advanced Training Course on Poultry Disease Diagnostics

Dong Thap, Vietnam, 16-20 October 2017 University of Chulalongkorn’s Professor Niwat Chansiripornchai led an advanced training course on poultry disease diagnostics in Dong Thap from 16-20 October. Under his supervision, three ViParc project vets visited five “problem” farms with chicken flocks experiencing severe disease, in order to conduct diagnostic investigations. The project vets visited the…
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20th October 2017 0

Back to basics: ViParc community advisory boards take stock of why farmers use antibiotics the way they do

Ho Chi Minh City, 18 October 2017 – Two Community Advisory Boards (CABs) for the farm-based trial ViParc convened on 11 October in the Vietnamese province of Dong Thap, unearthing the “why” of antibiotic use among livestock farmers. The meetings took place in Cao Lanh and Thap Muoi districts, with 10 and 12 CAB members…
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18th October 2017 0

Presentation of ViParc at the China-UK Life Science and Medicine Summit

Beijing, China, 25-29 September 2017 During the last week of September 2017, Dr. Juan Carrique-Mas attended the first China-UK Life Science and Medicine Summit held in Beijing (China) and sponsored by the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, the Chinese National Natural Science Foundation, the Wellcome Trust, and The Royal Society (UK). In this meeting the…
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29th September 2017 0

26th International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 4-8 September 2017 Scientists from ViParc, a research project on antimicrobials and chicken production in Vietnam, presented preliminary results on parasitic burdens in household chicken flocks at a scientific conference that took place in Kuala Lumpur from 4-8 September. Attending the 26th International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of…
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8th September 2017 0

Lab Training on Bacteriology and Molecular Techniques

Dong Thap, Vietnam, 28-31 August 2017 ViParc conducted a four-day course, from 28-31 August, training six Lab Vets on bacteriology and molecular techniques. A PCR machine, used in molecular tests for viral and bacterial detection, was also handed over to the Dong Thap Sub-Department of Livestock Production and Animal Health on this occasion.


31st August 2017 0

Chicken farming: through the eyes of a ViParc community advisory board member

Ho Chi Minh City, 14 August 2017 – With less than two years’ experience in chicken husbandry, Nguyen Van Cuong considers serving on a community advisory board as a way to gain new farming knowledge. His insights, however, are great learning for scientists from ViParc, a research project on chicken production and antibiotics in the…
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14th August 2017 0

ViParc Project Status Meeting

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 28 July 2017 All partners under the ViParc project gathered in Ho Chi Minh City on 28 July, discussing logistical issues and charting future activities. Among the new initiatives announced were research on farmers’ understanding of antimicrobials, investigation into the Mekong Delta’s common chicken diseases, and organization of a photo-story…
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28th July 2017 0

Locals form community advisory boards in Dong Thap, discuss antimicrobial use in agriculture and consumers’ health

Ho Chi Minh City, 20 June 2017 – Community members and representatives from local organizations gathered in Dong Thap last week for two Community Advisory Board (CAB) meetings, discussing antimicrobial use in agriculture and consumers’ health. The events took place in Cao Lanh and Thap Muoi Districts on 13 and 14 June respectively. Operating alongside…
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20th June 2017 0

Workshop on Use of Antimicrobials in Animal Production – Challenges and Solutions

Nong Lam University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 16 June 2017 Dr. Juan Carrique-Mas and other ViParc researchers participated on 16.06.17 in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (Nong Lam University) in a workshop on antimicrobial resistance, where the ViParc study was showcased as an example of a sustainable intervention.


16th June 2017 0

Three questions with ViParc info vet Nguyen Pham Yen-Linh

Info vets play an instrumental role in the success of ViParc – we’ve said this countless times! And to say it again, this time with more gratitude, we’d like you to meet Nguyen Pham Yen-Linh, one of our four info vets. Together with three colleagues from the Dong Thap Sub-Department of Livestock Production and Animal…
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13th June 2017 0
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