o Has COVID hampered your EMS opportunities?
o Are you fed up with non-stop online lectures?
BSAVA is here to help!
Whilst we don't have a cure for COVID, and sadly in-person events still aren't possible... we CAN offer you a fun, interactive, day of clinical and non-clinical content, to make virtual learning fun and it counts towards 6 hours of EMS*!
Our programme has been directly tailored for students, to support you in preparation for your careers in small animal practice.
What you can expect: polls, quizzes, panel discussions and the opportunity to interact using an online chat platform, before, during and after the event. This will allow you to post YOUR questions and hear the expert answers.
BSAVA Great Student Bake-Off!
We will round off the event in the early evening with some light relief (and intense competition!) for the BSAVA Great Student Bake-Off!! Come and joint in the fun and show-off your skills either individually or in your household “bubble” as Rosie Brandreth-Poynter, a semi-finalist on last year’s series of the Great British Bake Off (and fellow veterinary surgeon) has kindly agreed to host and judge this virtual bake-off session with prizes available for the best bakes.
Bonus content will be made available the day after the event, consisting of 4 webinars, providing clinical guidance on; cardiology, exotics, surgery and customer care. This extra half-day will be available at no extra cost, to dip in and out of at your own leisure to top up your knowledge.
Fever – A necessary evil or just evil?
Anaesthesia – What to do if it goes wrong (get your questions answered!)
Medical Detective: neurological or behavioural?
Dermatology: a fast- paced fully interactive quiz with prizes up for grabs!
Practitioner panel discussion: Q+A managing difficult situations in practice
The new vet GDP: what is it, what to expect, your questions and answers.
AVS student session: How do we learn the stuff they don’t teach?
Looking after your career: Interview and CVs, looking after YOU, your career options.
*RCVS and most veterinary schools allow up to one week of EMS to be logged as attendance at conferences.
This event is kindly sponsored by Hills