Organisers of BEVA Congress in Birmingham from September 10-13 insist the event has plenty going on for non-vets too.

The broad-ranging programme includes a variety of presentations from vets, but also leading experts in the world of farriery, animal physiotherapy and other non-vets working in equine health care.

This year, an entire day is to devoted to the foot and farriery, and a day exploring the significance of physiotherapy – all led by international specialists.

David Mountford
, chief executive of BEVA, said: “We are delighted to have secured some of the world’s most sought-after experts to deliver what we believe to be first-class programmes on the foot, farriery and the role of physiotherapy. The sessions have been carefully structured for the broadest appeal to all who work, or have a specific interest in, these disciplines.”

As a charity, BEVA provides congress registration at a discount to its members. Day tickets can be purchased if required and farriers and animal physiotherapist, including members of ACPAT, SOAP, MCA and MAA, are eligible for BEVA ordinary members’ rates.

Apprentice farriers are eligible for the BEVA concessionary members’ rates. Those registering before August 5 will receive significantly reduced booking fees. Visit www.beva.org.uk to find out more and to sign up.

Download the free BEVA Congress app for easy viewing of the full scientific programme – search for Eventflo in the Apple or Android store and choose BEVA Congress 2014.

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