Video Gallery

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This gallery is a collection of videos recorded during the 2019 ADBCAP Symposium on May 15 and the May 16 workshop. The entire playlist of YouTube videos includes recordings of discussions and reflections that are not posted on this page. Please click on this link to view and watch the entire playlist.

May 15 Symposium

ADBCAP Director Julie Smith and Michele Colby from USDA-NIFA welcome the audience to the symposium and discuss the goals for this event.
Overview of the Gaming and Simulation of Biosecurity in the Swine Industry: Opportunities for Policy and Practice – Christopher Koliba, Ph.D., University of Vermont.
Explanation And Discussion Of Key Learnings From The Compliance Game – Scott Merrill, Ph.D., University of Vermont; Luke Trinity, University of Vermont.
Explanation And Discussion Of Key Findings From Surveys, The Protocol Adoption Game, And Other Data Analysis – Scott Merrill, Ph.D., University of Vermont; Ollin Langle, University of Vermont; Eric Clark, Ph.D., University of Vermont.
U.S. Swine Survey Insights – Glynn Tonsor, Ph.D., Kansas State University.
Information Sharing in the Beef Cattle Industry – Glynn Tonsor, Ph.D., Kansas State University.
Socio-Psychological Determinants of Cattle Producers’ Intent to Comply with Animal Disease Control Practices – Asim Zia, Ph.D., University of Vermont.
Explanation And Demonstration Of Agent-Based Models (ABM) That Account For Human Behavior – Gabriela Bucini, Ph.D., University of Vermont; Ollin Langle, University of Vermont; Eric Clark, Ph.D., University of Vermont.
The Utility of the IDEA Model for Effective Biosecurity Risk Communication: PEDv as a Case Study – Tim Sellnow, Ph.D., University of Central Florida; Deanna Sellnow, Ph.D., University of Central Florida.
Online Biosecurity Education: What a Great IDEA! – Jeannette McDonald, DVM, Ph.D., Founder and CEO, TLCProjects, LLC.
SCRUB: Science Creates Real Understanding of Biosecurity – Kris Hiney, Ph.D., Oklahoma State University.
Overview of the New Healthy Farms, Healthy Agriculture Biosecurity Website – Joanna Cummings, University of Vermont.

May 15 Evening Panel Discussion

Funding Agencies and Foundations – Peter Johnson, DVM, Ph.D., USDA National Institute for Food and Agriculture (NIFA); Robert O’Connor, Ph.D., NSF Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences (SBE); Timothy Kurt, DVM, Ph.D., Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR).
National Animal Health Laboratory Network Overview – Christina Loiacono, DVM, Ph.D., National Animal Health Laboratory Network (NAHLN); Cheryl Skjolaas, Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN); Rubella Goswami, Ph.D., National Plant Diagnostic Network (NPDN).
Q & A on National Animal Health Laboratory Network & Funding Agencies and Foundations – Christina Loiacono, DVM, Ph.D., NAHLN; Cheryl Skjolaas, EDEN; Rubella Goswami, Ph.D., NPDN; Peter Johnson, DVM, Ph.D., USDA NIFA; Robert O’Connor, Ph.D., NSF; Timothy Kurt, DVM, Ph.D., FFAR.

May 16 Workshop

Welcome, Opening remarks from the ADBCAP Project Director – Julie Smith DVM, Ph.D., University of Vermont.
Storytelling Panel, Economist Perspective on “So What?” – Glynn Tonsor, Ph.D., Kansas State University.
Storytelling Panel, A Social Marketing Approach to Agricultural Safety – Matthew Myers, CBE Educational Services.
Storytelling Panel, A Risk Communication Model – Tim Sellnow, Ph.D., University of Central Florida.
What is a Community of Practice (CoP)? – Joel Iverson, Ph.D., University of Montana.
Envisioning a New Biosecurity Community of Practice – Julie Smith DVM, Ph.D., University of Vermont.
Keynote Speaker Presentation – Agricultural Biosecurity, Pre-Crisis and Risk Communication – Matthew Seeger, Ph.D., Wayne State University, Dean of the College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts.
Planting, fertilizing and growing a community of practice. – Joel Iverson, Ph.D., University of Montana.
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