Thursday 2nd February 2023, 9.00am - 5.00pm Dunadry Hotel, Northern Ireland
Pre-recorded material will be studied at www.bsavaeducation.co.uk starting on 3rd February 2023
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2 February 2023
The RCVS Mind Matters Initiative have partnered with the British Small Animal Veterinary Association to run a neurodiversity stream as part of the annual BSAVA Congress. The congress, which is due to take place at the Manchester Central Convention Complex from 23 – 25 March 2023, will include over 130 hours of continuing professional development […]
1 February 2023
The BSAVA has announced the award winners for 2023. The BSAVA awards recognise outstanding contributions in the field of small animal veterinary practice, celebrating the veterinary profession’s unsung heroes. The recipients of 2023 will receive their awards in a ceremony at BSAVA Congress 2023, taking place in Manchester in March. The Bourgelat Award – Dr […]
27 January 2023
Need more time? You’ve got it! We’ve extended the deadline for early bird registrations for BSAVA Congress 2023 until Thursday 2nd February. We have had a great response so far, but we know everyone’s time is precious, and after hearing your feedback, we have listened. To help support you, we are extending the deadline to […]
27 January 2023
With many making healthy new year’s resolutions, vets and welfare organisations are urging Pug owners to ensure their pets are well-exercised and aren’t overweight, in a bid to tackle the serious health and welfare complications associated with obesity. Research from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC), a member of the Brachycephalic Working Group which works to improve the […]
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