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Advanced Veterinary Nursing Congress will be taking place virtually for the first time on Thursday 1 September

Advanced Veterinary Nursing Congress will be taking place virtually for the first time on Thursday 1 September

Advanced Veterinary Nursing Congress To Launch In September

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20th June, 2022 14h27

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The College of Animal Welfare


The College of Animal Welfare is set to launch its first Advanced Veterinary Nursing Congress on Thursday 1 September

Advanced Veterinary Nursing Congress is a one day virtual event that explores advanced professional practice, focusing on advanced veterinary nursing skills and knowledge.

Sponsored by Medivet, the college’s first congress of this kind will host a fantastic line up of industry professionals, who will be speaking on topics including nursing the diabetic patient, how human factors influence patient safety, loco-regional anaesthetic block techniques, interpreting capnography and more. Delegates will be able to network with fellow veterinary nurses, as well as enjoy a virtual exhibition from leading companies including Vets4Pets, VetSkill and Medivet.

Claire Gregory, CPD and Events Manager at The College of Animal Welfare, said: “Advanced Veterinary Nursing Congress provides veterinary nurses with the ideal opportunity to enhance their professional practice, network with fellow nurses, and achieve 7 hours of CPD. We are looking forward to launching another valuable opportunity for learning and development.”

Early Bird discount available until 8 July 2022

Delegates who book their place before 8 July 2022 can attend the college’s first Advanced Veterinary Nursing Congress for the discounted early bird price of £125+VAT, a saving of £60. A full event agenda, and further details about how to book, can be found at www.caw.ac.uk/eventsor by calling 01480 422060.


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