Programme For VetsSouth And VetsNorth 2019 Announced
6th December, 2018 08h47
Medicine and surgery of the endocrine system and emergency medicine are the focus for VetsSouth and VetsNorth 2019. The programme, which runs at both events, also introduces an extended nursing stream, focused on surgery and emergency and critical care nursing. In total, the conferences, organised by 5m Publishing, offer more than 27 hours of CPD each through the two veterinary streams, together with the two-day nursing stream.
VetsSouth takes place on 6-7 March, at Sandy Park in Exeter. VetsNorth takes place on 12-13 June at the AJ Bell Stadium in Manchester. Early-bird rates are now available for both events.
Speakers for 2019 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 the conferences.
Mr Matt Colvan, Event Director, said: “VetsSouth and VetsNorth have established themselves as friendly, relaxed conferences, offering high quality CPD for vets and vet nurses who may not be able to get easily to the larger veterinary events. We urge delegates to take advantage of our time-limited Early-bird offers and register without delay.”
For further information:
Rebecca George, George PR
Tel: 01449 737281/07974 161108
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