May 24, 2022
Sub-theme 1: Integration and innovation - cases and opportunities for bringing elements of the biosecurity system together.
Sub-theme 2: Inspiration and discovery of the new…
What’s on the horizon? Unique delivery systems that will inspire us such as transferable technologies and applications in plant biosecurity systems, new and innovative technologies.
Sub-theme 3: National Surveillance program updates
Could include industry-led and national programs such as National Bee Pest Surveillance Program as well as communities of practice.
Members will have the opportunity to present either of the following options:
Virtual speaking allocations which may also be considered if unable to attend in person.
*Workshops details will be announced soon. Please note that workshop participant numbers may be limited.
Given current timeframes, we need to establish the number of ‘in person’ attendees very quickly. Please advise us by emailing email@example.com before 25th July 2022 if you will be attending in person or virtually.
Please also provide an indicative date by which you know you will be able to have the appropriate permission, if attending in person.
Final numbers at all events may be limited, depending on interest, and a balance of attendees from across the NPBDN and PSNAP will be sought. Travel support will be provided for accepted speakers.(Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment staff are not eligible for these travel funds. DAWE staff are encouraged to submit an abstract and discuss to your managers).
The ADSW2022 will conform to current COVID19-safe practises according to Victoria’s health advice. Updated information will be provided closer to the date.
For further information contact NPBDN@phau.com.au