BEVA has introduced a new webcast service to make the 2011 BEVA Congress lectures easily accessible to those who were unable to attend as well as a refresher for those who were.

The British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) has introduced a new webcast service to make the 2011 BEVA Congress lectures easily accessible to those who were unable to attend, as well as a refresher for those who were.

BEVA WebcastThe new webcast service expands on a service offered by Pfizer Animal Health during the 2011 congress.

The Pfizer Encore Room solved the problem of delegates having to forgo some lectures in favour of others running at the same time by providing a flexible, online playback service at the event.

The new webcast service takes this facility a stage further, providing online access to the full BEVA Congress Science Programme, at any time, for both members and non-members alike.

BEVA CEO David Mountford said: “Our webcasting service is a great leap forward for the dissemination of veterinary knowledge…”

He explained: “It gives any vet, anywhere in the world the chance to take advantage of the extensive 2011 congress programme even if they couldn’t attend the event. It also gives those that did attend the flexibility to re-listen to any lectures that were of particular interest.”

The webcasts, produced by Public-i in association with Vetstream, are being released monthly in blocks of 11, with the first block having been issued at the beginning of March. They are available at a discounted cost to all BEVA members, and to non-members at full cost.

 

  • For further information on the new webcast service, click here.

 

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