The deadline is fast approaching to bag discounted tickets to the third Veterinary Education Tomorrow (VET) Festival.

Noel at VET.
Professor Noel Fitzpatrick speaking at VET Festival 2016. IMAGE: Richard Dunwoody.

Taking place at Loseley Park in Guildford, Surrey on 9-10 June 2017, the 25% discount offer on tickets ends next Wednesday, 30 November.

Inspired by vet Noel Fitzpatrick, the event combines world-class CPD with a festival atmosphere set in the sprawling grounds of the historic Loseley Park estate, with its 16th century grade one-listed manor house.

Relaxed, informal setting

The VET Festival brings together the small animal veterinary world to hear, learn and network with practitioners, visionaries and global thought leaders, to discuss small animal veterinary medicine in a deliberately relaxed and informal setting.

This summer’s event offers more than 100 hours of CPD choice across 8 streams focused on day-to-day clinical practice, including:

  • orthopaedics
  • oncology and soft tissue
  • neurology
  • nursing

Wellness theme

This year’s overall theme, meanwhile, is wellness for the client, pet and vet, while a dedicated “Nursing Trail” across all streams, VETFest Interactive sessions – where vets can get their case studies reviewed by the experts – new international speakers and more exhibitors demonstrating the latest products and services, are also on offer.

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