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VetsSouth 2019

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About the course

Taking place on 6-7 March 2019 at Sandy Park Stadium, Exeter VetsSouth 2019 will focus on 3 key topics: endocrine system, emergency medicine and surgery and emergency & critical care nursing. The programme offers more than 27 hours of CPD through two veterinary streams, focused small animal surgery and small animal medicine, together with the two-day dedicated nursing stream. This event is also open to veterinary students who wish to expand their knowledge in these areas.


The 2019 speaker line-up includes Ed Hall, Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine at the University of Bristol, who will discuss pancreatitis in the dog; 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 Emma Milne who will discuss welfare issues relating to brachycephalic animals.


An exhibition showcasing the latest products and services to the veterinary profession will run alongside the conference featuring companies such as iM3, 5m Books and Veterinary Practice Magazine.

Early bird rates are available until 30th November 2018. Every ticket holder will benefit from refreshments throughout the day and the renowned VetsSouth lunch.


Visit www.vetssouth.com or call 01865 237 737

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