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Sustainability, innovation and the role of animal health
The UK animal health industry helps protect the health of the nation’s animals and supports the well-being of both animals and people. 

In the run up to COP 26, NOAH’s Annual Conference will look at Sustainability, innovation and the role of animal health, as the UK recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic gathers pace. Join us for our expert sessions and panel discussion.

NOAH and sustainability: NOAH chair Caitrina Oakes will welcome delegates and outline NOAH’s sustainability strategy.

Innovation: The animal health industry plays a core role as part of the UK’s wider life sciences sector. This session will explore how we can ensure the potential for innovation is realised this will be presented by Dr Lawrence Brown from CIEL.

A regulatory framework for the future: The review of the UK Veterinary Medicines Regulations is an opportunity to benefit from science-led, pragmatic policies which will help to support a vibrant animal health sector in the UK on a global stage. The new Chief Executive of the VMD (tbc) will present their vision and update on progress.

Companion animals for good health and wellbeing: benefits of pets and rental campaign Good health and wellbeing is one of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, and we know that pets support this. But many responsible pet owners find it difficult to find suitable rental accommodation, to the detriment of their well-being and that of their pets. Jen Berezai, co-founder of AdvoCATS and author of the Heads for Tails report, will talk about what is needed to bring about change.

Sustainable food supply and the role of animal health: Professor Jude Capper and Dr Grace O’ Gorman will explain how proactive and preventative herd and flock health planning, including available vaccine tools, can play a major role in more sustainable farming.

Oct 7, 2021 02:00 PM in London

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