A Stimulating Programme In A Relaxed Atmosphere On Offer At VetsNorth: 12-13 June, Manchester
A stimulating programme of high quality CPD delivered by renowned veterinary speakers is on offer to delegates at this year’s VetsNorth. The conference streams will focus on three essential topics; the endocrine system, emergency medicine and surgery and emergency and critical care nursing, offering a total of 27 hours CPD.
VetsNorth takes place on 12-13 June at the MMU Business School in Manchester. It follows VetsSouth which took place in Exeter on 6-7 March and received exceptional feedback from delegates. Speakers will include Ed Hall, Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine at the University of Bristol, who will discuss pancreatitis in the dog; Dr Georgie Hollis, founder of Intelligent Wound Care, a company which aims to bring the best of modern wound care to veterinary practice and veterinary welfare campaigner and vet Emma Milne who will discuss welfare issues relating to brachycephalic animals. An exhibition showcasing the latest veterinary products and services and featuring demonstrations and workshops from exhibitors will run alongside it.
Bethan Morris, Event Manager, said: “The programme and atmosphere at VetsSouth proved a winner yet again and we’re now looking forward to VetsNorth which will offer the same combination to veterinary professionals many of whom are based in the northern half of the UK. We’re looking forward to welcoming our delegates and speakers and to enjoying a stimulating couple of days in a great venue and with the vibrant city of Manchester to explore.”
For further information: Rebecca George, George PR, Tel: 01449 737281/07974 161108
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