Organisers of London Vet Show have announced a clinical conference programme covering six streams of CPD.

Programmed by the RVC and the BVA, and in partnership with BEVA, the clinical programme on 17-18 November will feature more than 120 lectures and more than 100 hours of CPD.

LVS 2016Highlights will include:

  • “An update on Alabama rot” by David Walker of Anderson Moores Veterinary Specialists
  • “Pancreatitis – cats are not small dogs” by Susan Little, part owner of two feline speciality practices in Ottawa, Canada
  • “Itch on a budget – diagnosing and treating canine allergic skin disease without cutting corners” by Anke Hendricks, senior lecturer in veterinary dermatology at the RVC
  • “Medical Mystery Tour update” by David Church from the RVC

Returning events

In addition to the clinical content, this year sees the return of the BVA Careers Development Stream and BVA Congress – the programmes of which are also live.

Still to be announced over the next few weeks are details of the business programme and the IDEXX Advanced Stream.

Delegate discounts

Delegates who book before 29 July can obtain a two-day pass for £219 plus VAT by using the discount code PR219. BVA and BEVA members will receive additional discounts.

For details of the conference programme, or to book a pass, visit www.londonvetshow.co.uk or telephone 02476 719687.

 

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