2018 Winter meeting - save the date!

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About the course

The next SAMSoc meet will take place on Friday 2 November, followed by a joint meeting with the Veterinary Cardiovascular Society on Saturday 3 November.

The Small Animal Medicine Society (SAMSoc) is a BSAVA affiliated group open to all veterinary surgeons and students with an interest in small animal internal medicine. Our membership includes first-opinion vets, veterinary students, interns, residents and boarded specialists so we have a wide range of experience to draw from. Membership is just £29 (free for new graduates) and includes access to the case discussion forum, the opportunity to be involved in clinical research and access to fantastic value medicine CPD.

Join us for an excellent two-day programme at our joint meeting with the Veterinary Cardiovascular Society – speakers include:

Natalie Finch (cardiorenal syndrome), Marge Chandler (nutritional considerations in cardiac patients), Claudia Hartley (systemic effects of ophthalmic disease), Mayank Seth (IMHA and IVIg), Giacomo Stanzani (mechanisms of organ dysfunction in sepsis) and Anne-Christine Merveille (ciliary dyskinesia)

Whether you’re a new graduate, studying for a medicine certificate or the medic in your practice, SAMSoc is a friendly and informal society that has something for everyone.

Early Bird Registration

One day: £110/£140 member/non-member

Both days: £220/£250 member/non-member

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