For the third consecutive year, the pre-BSAVA Congress feline symposium organised by the veterinary wing of the Feline Advisory Bureau had a capacity audience of 300 vets – a good omen for the charity’s first symposium under the International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM) banner.

For the third consecutive year, the pre-BSAVA Congress feline symposium organised by the veterinary wing of the Feline Advisory Bureau had a capacity audience of 300 vets – a good omen for the charity’s first symposium under the International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM) banner.
 
FAB logoThe ISFM, formed in response to strong worldwide interest in feline health out of the European Society (ESFM), was launched at BSAVA Congress.
 
A survey of all delegates immediately after the ISFM symposium indicated that 88% rated the lectures as very good or excellent, 84% considered the overall scientific content of the conference as very good or excellent and 82 % as very good or excellent value for money. Many delegates commented that the information was very relevant to them in practice.

  • “Come every year – always good”
  • “Combination of lectures that are relevant to everyday practice”
  • “Interesting lectures, good value for money”
  • “Broad range of relevant subject matter, not too esoteric – useful material for those in practice’
  • “All the speakers were both incredibly fluent and entertaining”
  • “Lots of ‘top tips’ to take back to our practice – very practical”
  • “Good written notes, clinically relevant topics”
  • “The enthusiasm of the speakers was inspirational and each speaker gave practical tips, useful and relevant for general practice”
  • “Excellent – extremely relevant to general practice from entertaining speakers!”

The next opportunity to attend an ISFM Congress is in Amsterdam this June (17 -20). The topics are feline pain management and dentistry. For further information on ISFM go to www.isfm.net.

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