ASPCA®-AAWA Research Forum
Cutting-Edge Research to Help You Advance Animal Welfare in Your Community
Online November 3, 2021
12 p.m. to 5 p.m. ET
About the Event
Animal welfare professionals, including shelter leadership and staff, veterinarians, and those interested in research and data analysis, are invited to explore the results of new research studies in community and shelter animal welfare. Attendees will leave with practical suggestions for applying what they’ve learned to benefit their communities and are eligible for CAWA credit.
Planned presentations include*:
- Geographic and Socioeconomic Predictors for Intakes and Outcomes of Domestic Cats through Animal Shelters (University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science / Humane Rescue Alliance / DC Cat Count)
- Measuring and Minimizing Sound in Shelters to Improve Cat Welfare (University of British Columbia)
- Veterinary and Pharmacy Students' Expectations Before and Experiences After Participating in an Interdisciplinary Access to Care Veterinary Clinic (University of Wisconsin / WisCARES)
- Animal Shelter Services and Community Vulnerability: “Are We Taking from the Poor and Giving to the Rich?” (University of British Columbia)
*All presentations are subject to change.
“Research and data are integral to the lifesaving impact of animal welfare organizations, and this free event makes outstanding research accessible, shareable, and actionable so it can support vulnerable animals in a wide variety of settings.”
The ASPCA®-AAWA Research Forum (formerly The National Council Research Symposium) is online from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. ET, Wednesday, November 3, 2021, and is free of charge!
You'll be asked to create a single account within our event platform (Hopin) before registering.