Schedule

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FRIDAY

Registration from 3 pm at Exeter University

4.30 pm - get together so ready for a

4.45 pm  prompt coaches leave to The Donkey Sanctuary 

The Donkey Sanctuary hosts event reception, with tours, talks and activities. Included in the registration fee. 

Coaches depart after meal and entertainment. 


SATURDAY 

8:00 am     Registration and coffee

8:30 am     Event starts
8:45 am     Welcome by HBCA and EASE 
9:30 am     Keynote 1 Dr Anne McBride

10:20 am   Keynote 2 Justine Williams
11:00 am   Refreshment break

11:25 am   Workshop session 1

1:00 pm     Lunch

2:00 pm     Workshop session 2 
4:00 pm     Refreshment break
4:30 pm     Workshop session 3

6:00 pm     Networking and Activities

7:30 pm     Conference dinner


​SUNDAY

8:45 am     Welcome followed by workshop session 4

10:55 am    Refreshment break

11:20 am   Workshop session 5

12:50 pm   Lunch

2:00 pm     Workshop session 6

4:00 pm     Summaries and end

4:30 pm     Depart



Session 1: Choose between:

- Applying the Innovation Adoption Lifecycle Model to Animal Welfare with Melissa Palomo (repeated in session 5)

- 'Involve me and I understand' - Developing participatory exercises with Suzanne Rogers (repeated in session 5)

- Keep calm and collaborate! Interacting in difficult situations - how to hold your ground and keep your cool with Debbie Busby (repeated in session 5)

- Storytelling - the who, what, where, when and why with Georgina Ash (repeated in session 5)

- EASE workshop: the ethics of stray animal management


Session 2: Choose between:

- Why Your Organisation Needs a Strategic Plan and a Simple, Practical, Step-By-Step Guide on How to Create One with Harry Eckman

- Habits: creating good ones, breaking bad ones as a sustainable answer to animal welfare problems with Jo White (repeated in session 4)

- Speaking to Spock or Communicating with Captain Kirk? How Star Trek and behaviour change models can help us improve animal welfare with Tamzin Furtado (repeated in session 4)

- How do you become the key to changing and influencing human behaviour? with Ben Hart (repeated in session 4)

- EASE workshop: Retiring the ‘40mph couch potato’: Changing public messaging about greyhounds with Kerry Sands


Session 3: Choose between:

- Understanding values and social norms to inform messaging and interventions with Cats Protection's Jane Clements and Matthew Payne
- The Inspirational Voice with Anna Baatz

- Animal Centered Design (ACD): Empathy based human behavior change with Luisa Ruge

-  Identifying and addressing real and perceived barriers with RSPCA team

- EASE Workshop: 'Stop crying: it was only a dog': Disenfranchised grief and the importance of mourning animals with Professor Samantha Hurn and Dr Fenella Eason (EASE working group)


Session 4: Choose between:

- Everything you need to know about focus groups with Zoe Belshaw

- Habits: creating good ones, breaking bad ones as a sustainable answer to animal welfare problems with Jo White (repeated from session 2)
- Speaking to Spock or Communicating with Captain Kirk? How Star Trek and behaviour change models can help us improve animal welfare with Tamzin Furtado (repeated from session 2)
- How do you become the key to changing and influencing human behaviour? with Ben Hart (repeated from session 2)


Session 5: Choose between:

- Applying the Innovation Adoption Lifecycle Model to Animal Welfare with Melissa Palomo (repeated from session 1)
- 'Involve me and I understand' - Developing participatory exercises with Suzanne Rogers (repeated from session 1)
- Keep calm and collaborate! Interacting in difficult situations - how to hold your ground and keep your cool with Debbie Busby (repeated from session 1)
- Storytelling - the who, what, where, when and why with Georgina Ash (repeated from session 1)

- EASE Workshop: 'Stop crying: it was only a dog': Disenfranchised grief and the importance of mourning animals with Professor Samantha Hurn and Dr Fenella Eason (EASE working group) (repeated from session 3)


Session 6: Choose between:

- Motivational Interviewing as a tool for behaviour change with Alison Bard
- IFAW Community Behaviour Change with Harry Eckman

​- Participatory video 2.0 - How film on social media really can change behaviour with Andy Davies and Andie Vilela

​- Outcomes Over Output; You Taught but Did They Learn? with Anna Baatz

- EASE workshop: To Click or not to Click; that is our question? with Michelle Whitham Jones (EASE) and Ben Hart (Hart’s Horsemanship)