As part of an ongoing commitment to provide high-quality, affordable CPD, the British Veterinary Association has cut the cost of attending its annual Congress this September.
As part of an ongoing commitment to provide high-quality, affordable CPD, the British Veterinary Association (BVA) has cut the cost of attending its annual congress this September.
The two-day event will be at almost half the usual congress delegate fee at only £150 +VAT for members and £300 +VAT for non-members. This pays for for up to 11 hours of small animal CPD, which is provided by the University of Liverpool.
The choice of topics is wide-ranging and includes:
- Recent advances in the management of elbow dysplasia and cruciate rupture
- Responsible use of medicines
- How to get the best out of your ultrasound machine for suspected cardiac disease
- Recent advances in the management of common tumours
- Management of the collapsing patient
- Management of acute gastroenteritis
All the lectures will be delivered by leading experts in their field, including Rob Pettitt, John Innes, Mary Marrington and Hannah Stephenson.
Alongside the clinical CPD programme, BVA will run its popular contentious issues stream with discussions around the impact of women on the profession, horses for sport and the use of antimicrobials.
BVA past president and small animal vet Harvey Locke worked with the University of Liverpool to create the clinical CPD programme.
“With a small animal clinical programme provided by the University of Liverpool, the BVA this year not only provides world-class CPD at Congress but it also comes at a fantastic price,” he said.
“BVA is committed to providing high-quality CPD to our members at affordable rates. We look forward to welcoming vets to Liverpool in September for our great value CPD programme.”
BVA Congress takes place in Liverpool on September 27-29 2012 at the Merseyside Maritime Museum in Liverpool.
The full programme and further information is available on the BVA’s website.