Dear SAVA member,
It’s often said the world is a small place, but people who say that have clearly not spent a night trying to sleep in a chair in an airport departure lounge while hoping nobody steals their luggage. The fact is that getting around the planet is a tiresome activity, and expensive too, which means that a lot of people are missing out on a lot of amazing experiences and activities. Fortunately, The Webinar Vet has the answer to this problem. Imagine watching a conference happening half way across the world without having to leave your house.
This will soon be possible, thanks to a historic partnership between the BSAVA and ourselves.
This year, we will be broadcasting the feline lectures of the BSAVA’s annual congress from Birmingham, England, live, allowing people from all over the world to watch. The British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) was founded in 1957 as a professional body to serve veterinary surgeons who treat companion animals and now has over 10,000 members.
The BSAVA undertakes various activities to aid veterinarians in their work, and every April puts on its renowned congress which is attended by the best and brightest of the veterinary world.
The BSAVA congress, the British Small Animal Veterinary Association will be holding its annual congress from the 5th-8th of April. The congress is one of the most popular and reputable veterinary assemblies in the world, a veritable nirvana for anybody interested in small animal medicine.
As the congress takes place in Birmingham, England, it has traditionally been rather challenging for non-UK nationals to attend. The distance and cost have made it prohibitive for even the most enthusiastic of vets.
Fortunately, we have a solution. This year, we have partnered with the BSAVA to stream a live broadcast of the feline lectures, allowing people from all over the world to watch.
The stream will also be recorded and available on our website afterwards allowing you to view in your own time.
The feline lectures will take place on Friday 6th April, with the itinerary as follows:
· 08:30 – 09:15 – Systemic Hypertension by Sarah Caney
· 09:25–10:10 – Respiratory emergencies: a case-based discussion by Amanda Boag
· 11:05–11:50 – Why is being cat friendly such a priority and how can I achieve this in my clinic? By Sarah Caney
· 12:00–12:45 -Triaditis: what is it really? By Angie Hibbert
· 14:05–14:50 – Common feline enteropathies: a case-based approach by Angie Hibbert
· 15:00–15:45 – An update on feline hyperthyroidism: show me the evidence by Angie Hibbert
The entire session costs £147 + VAT and is a unique opportunity to experience something you probably otherwise wouldn’t be able to, so don’t miss out! Register today!
SAVA Members receive a 10% discount to the regular fees.
If you have any questions or issues, please feel free to contact:
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The Webinar Vet