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March 2019

AVA 2019 Spring meeting in Bristol

March 20 - March 23

We are delighted to invite everybody to the AVA 2019 Spring meeting in Bristol from the 20th to 23rd of March. We are excited to be able to present a strong scientific program with a great team of speakers, and to welcome you to our vibrant, historic city! Pre-congress day - Laboratory animal anaesthesia Anaesthesia and pain management Main Congress day one  - Developing consensus guidelines for pre-anaesthetic preparation of Horses, Ruminants and Small animals . Main Congress day two -…

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Pets At Home Specialist Division Anaesthesia CPD

March 26
South of England

Pets At Home Specialist Division have three events planned over the coming months in various locations across the UK 26th March 2019 | South of England 10th April 2019| East of England 29th April 2019| North of England

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April 2019

PreBSAVA congress CPD day

April 3
ICC, Birmingham, United Kingdom

The Association of Veterinary Anaesthetists is organising its preBSAVA congress CPD day on Wednesday 3rd of April 2019. The programme will focus on the monitoring and interventions required to maintain vital functions throughout anaesthesia and beyond. You will learn about physiology as well as different peri-operative solutions to keep your anaesthetics stress-free and pain-free, both for you and your patient. The number of places is limited. Registration will close on 27th March.

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Safe-T summit 2019

April 5 @ 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street
London, W1G 0AE United Kingdom
£36 – £170

Welcome to the 2nd SAFE-T (Safe Anaesthesia for Everybody - Today) Summit 2019! Co-hosted by the World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists (WFSA) and the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM), the SAFE-T Summit 2019 will build on the success of the inaugural summit to advance the global patient safety agenda. Bringing together leaders from within and outside the perioperative team we will highlight the importance of global equity, and teamwork in anaesthesia and surgical care, with a focus on perioperative safety through equity, ethics,…

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Basic Science Revision Course 2019

April 22 - April 26
University Of Nottingham School Of Veterinary Science, Sutton Bonington
Nottingham, United Kingdom

We are pleased to announce the basic science revision course, now accredited by the AVA, will be running again in 2019. Although aimed primarily at candidates for the European Diploma of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, the RCVS Diploma in Veterinary Anaesthesia and the American Diploma of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia, the course will be suitable for anyone undertaking further study in veterinary anaesthesia and related disciplines who wishes to consolidate their knowledge in the basic sciences and physiology especially where…

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May 2019

AVA/BVA equine anaesthesia training day

May 17
Animal Health Trust, Lanwades Park, Kentford
Newmarket, CB8 7UU United Kingdom
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It is a full day's training in equine anaesthesia aimed at Anaesthesia Interns and early residents and also Interns and residents of equine Medicine and Surgery who perform anaesthesia as part of their training positions. The day will comprise two morning lecture sessions: part 1: covering preparation and risk, ventilation strategies and treating hypotension part 2: analgesia, standing sedation, TIVA/PIVA and recovery The afternoon practical sessions will cover local anaesthetic techniques (wet lab) and a group exercise in blood gas…

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September 2019


September 6 - September 10
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Ghent autumn 2019 AVA meeting

September 11 - September 13

The autumn 2019 AVA meeting will be held in Ghent, Belgium More details to follow.

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October 2019

PAW2019 – Cross-species measurement of acute pain

October 2 - October 3
NIH-Natcher Conference Center, 45 Center Drive
Bethesda, MD United States

Millions of Americans suffer acute pain every year, and use of naturally occurring models of acute pain in animals could contribute to the translational paradigm, and accelerate the discovery of effective, non-opioid analgesic options. However, to do this successfully, we need to be able to accurately measure acute pain in animals. Additionally, acute pain suffered by all animals is a welfare concern; inadequate pain control can negatively affect the human animal bond; and pain in farm animals may negatively impact…

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January 2020

New developments in the pharmacological management of chronic pain

24th January 2020
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