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February 2022

NAVAS 2nd Annual (Virtual) Spring Symposium

February 26 - February 27
Online, United Kingdom

In collaboration with ACVAA and AVTAA Program at a Glance (7 am to 11:30 am PDT each day): Saturday, February 26 - Pathophysiology Applied to Anesthesia: Current Knowledge Sunday, February 27 - Focus on Basic and Advanced Monitoring of the Anesthetized Animal Duration of each lecture: 50 minutes pre-recorded lecture plus 10 minutes for Q&A. See detailed program below. Up to 8 hours of RACE approved CE available. Target Audience: Veterinary practitioners, technicians, students, researchers and medical professionals with an…

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May 2022

AVA Spring 2022 Meeting Nafplio, Greece

May 18 - May 20

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August 2022

AVA Autumn 2022 Meeting Berne, Switzerland

August 31 - September 2
VonRoll University Centre, Fabrikstrasse 12
Bern, 3012 Switzerland

We are very pleased to welcome you to Berne, Switzerland for the 2022 Autumn meeting of the Association of Veterinary Anaesthetists! We have been very fortunate that several world-renowned experts on pain have agreed to ponder the question: “What can we learn from animal models and humans to better understand and treat pain in veterinary patients?” Our exciting program delves into the interpretation of translational research for veterinary medicine, neuropathic pain, optogenetics, glycine and sodium channels, as well as assessment…

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