The London Vet Show is working with the Royal Veterinary College to produce its 2010 conference programme, which will deliver more than 60 hours of clinical and veterinary content, counting towards continuous professional development (CPD).
The London Vet Show, held in Olympia’s National Hall on 22nd and 23rd October, is once again working with the Royal Veterinary College to produce its 2010 conference programme to deliver more than 60 hours of clinical and veterinary content counting towards continuous professional development (CPD).
The London Vet Show (LVS), organised by CloserStill Media Healthcare Ltd, was launched in 2009 as the only south-east based veterinary exhibition and conference.
Attracting 1,977 delegates and more than 100 exhibitors in its first year the show attributes its success to the first class content with leading speakers from around the world, where vets from across the country were able to fulfil annual CPD requirements in just two days.
LVS show manager Rob Chapman said: “Undertaking and recording CPD is a mandatory professional requirement and vets must average at least 35 hours per year. This has formed a very important element to the show and we are highly focused on delivering content that inspires as well as improves knowledge and skills within the profession.”
2010 will see three lecture streams running throughout the show with key speakers including Rick LeCouteur, Danielle Gunn-Moore, Simon Girling and David Church (to name but a few) rotating between each theatre located on the exhibition floor. The very popular business lecture theatre will also be running again, with speakers such as Alison Lambert of Onswitch Ltd, Mark Johnson of Vetstream and Alan Robinson of Vet Focus.
Jill Maddison, director of professional development at London’s Royal Veterinary College, said: “We are excited to be once again working with the London Vet Show and to be supporting practical and inspiring continuing education and further industry learning that meets the needs of practising veterinary surgeons. The conference and exhibition provides a one-stop-shop to catch up on the latest information, products, procedures and trends for all forms of small animal practices.”
The full delegate list price is £395 + VAT, but early bird bookings can be secured for £129 + VAT, giving substantial savings in comparison to other events throughout the year.