Below is a list of EAAV Country Representatives by country (liaison for Asia and North of Africa are also listed).

Members seeking information about the AAV, or AAV events from a members' viewpoint, may contact their area Liaison. If a liaison is not listed for your area and you wish to volunteer, contact the EAAV Secretary.

Read more about Liaison duties


 

Belgium

Peter Coutteel

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Bulgaria

Stefka Curd

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Germany

Dominik Fischer

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Iran

Seyed Ahmad Madani

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Italy

Petra Schnitzer

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Norway

Karin O. Lutro

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Portugal

Roberto Sargo

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Serbia

Bojana Vidović

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Spain

Andres Montesinos

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Switzerland

Morena Wernick

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Turkey

Akif Demirel

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USA

Bob Dahlhausen

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Liaison Duties

EAAV – Country Representatives

1. Duties

The duties for Country Representatives of the Association of Avian Veterinarians are as follows:

1. 1 To advance and promote the development of avian medicine and surgery amongst clinicians in their own country.

1. 2 To promote amongst bird owners the need for and the use of avian clinicians and avian specialists within their own country.

1. 3 To serve as a link between the AAV central office and their own state and national AAV members (AAV liaison).

 

2. Required Actions

Required actions to be carried out for AAV on a routine basis are as follows:

2. 1 To promote interest in avian medicine and surgery, within veterinary faculties and student groups within their own country.

2. 2 To encourage and support avian veterinary clinician interest groups within their own country.

2. 3 To ensure that whenever possible those interested in avian medicine are informed of the AAV and the benefits of membership.

2. 4 To maintain an electronic data base of all their national AAV members and other clinicians with an avian interest, so that all AAV activities (calls for papers, conferences etc) can be brought to their attention in a timely manner.

2. 5 To bring any issues raised by their state and national avian veterinarians to the attention of AAV.

2. 6 To send a report on current state and country related issues to the AAV central office at least twice a year and not later than February 1st and August 1st each year.

2. 7 To send material to the AAV board on a regular basis in order to keep the website updated to serve as a forum and general information platform for all members.

2. 8 To immediately send a report to the AAV central office in cases of relevant issues which are of general interest for AAV members.

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