|AVSPNI SA||3rd & 4th May|
|VETCON||16th and 17th May|
|IVNA||24th to 26th May|
|BEVA||11 – 14th September|
|AVSPNI LA||27th – 29th September|
|London Vet Show||13 – 15 November|
October 2013 – July 2019
This year the CAVI conference moves to the Radisson Hotel in Galway for our annual meeting. The conference is delighted to bring a range of speakers from throughout Ireland and Europe for what is sure to be a highly educational and fun-filled week- end.
The conference will cover many themes from infectious disease and diagnostics, to animal health economics, bovine surgery and cattle fertility. We hope that you are pleased with the range of topics and speakers which we have selected for this year’s conference. This year we have speakers from the UK, Switzerland, Germany, and The Netherlands at the conference together with a variety of speakers from Ireland.
This year also sees the continuation of pre-conference workshops. These workshops provide delegates with an opportunity to work in small groups and gain a more inter- active experience of the topics being covered.
Galway is renowned for its pleasant atmosphere both on the shopping streets and in the many pubs and social venues around the city. This year the conference dinner will take place in the fabulous “Twelve Hotel”, Barna. Guests can be assured of a night of excellent food and good entertainment. We believe that the CAVI conference 2013 will be an educational and enjoyable experience for all who attend, and we would ask delegates to bring their spouses/partners to Galway to share in the “craic”.
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IMEX External Fixation course in Gillabbey Veterinary Hospital – October 26th 2013.
Limited places so please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a practical workshop on small animal anaesthesia, with a focus on the latest in anaesthetic agents, monitoring, peri-operative fluids & analgesia. This unique workshop offers delegates the opportunity to observe patient induction, G/A maintenance and recovery in a CVE environment delivered by Mr John Hird.
9:30am 10am – 11.15am
11:15 – 11:30am 11:30am – 1pm
1pm – 2pm
Saturday 1st March
In UCD Veterinary Hospital, Dublin
By kind permission of Lynne Hughes V.S
Registration – UCD VETERINARY HOSPITAL RECEPTION
Presentation – ROOM H038/H039 A review of newer anaesthetic agents, and best practice in small animal anaesthesia and analgesia
Coffee – UCD VET HOSPITAL – COMMON ROOM
Theatre Wet lab – LOCATION??
Practical demonstration of techniques of premedication, induction and maintenance of anaesthesia
Theatre Wet Lab – LOCATION
As above, including monitoring of anaesthesia, and peri-operative fluid and analgesic requirements
2pm Lunch with Q&A Session – COMMON ROOM
6 CVE Credits
The British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) exists to promote excellence in small animal practice through education and science.
Organisers of the largest annual small animal congress, producers of quality CPD, and publishers of highly respected veterinary manuals; BSAVA provides practical and relevant resources to its Vet and VN members.