Leading veterinary and medical professionals will join together to offer delegates a unique educational experience this Autumn.

The VET Festival will take place at the University of Surrey on the weekend of September 5-6, 2015.

VET (veterinary education tomorrow) Festival – developed by Noel Fitzpatrick in association with the University of Surrey – will bring together vets and medics from across the globe.

On the weekend of September 5-6, delegates will have their pick of lectures featuring solutions to everyday clinical problems across oncology and soft tissue surgery, neurology, orthopaedics and veterinary nursing. The programme can contribute to CPD and will take place at the University of Surrey.

Mr Fitzpatrick said: “The simple goal of The VET Festival is to provide education that is both cutting-edge and relevant to the day-to-day clinical work of vets, vet nurses and veterinary professionals in companion animal practice. But we also seek to make education fun – like going to a movie – something you can treasure, enjoy and then readily employ in clinical practice.

Ten education themes will be delivered by world-class lecturers with significant experience in clinical veterinary practice. We will present this education on an innovative platform combining a fun festival atmosphere with dynamic delivery. We aim to provide real value for money, with tickets priced very affordably for a packed educational programme that can also form part of the 35 CPD points needed throughout the year.”

A concert will be held on the Saturday evening for delegates, with the headline act Mike and the Mechanics.

Tickets are priced at £185 for the two-day event for vets, and £149 for VNs and students. An early bird offer is available to delegates who book by June 14. One-day tickets are also available.

For more information, visit www.vetfestival.co.uk

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