Breathe easy, sleep well: Obstructive sleep apnoea and brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome in humans and companion animals
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September 2019

Certificate Course in Anaesthesia, Analgesia and Critical Care for Technicians/Nurses

12th September 2019

Certificate course in Principle Techniques of Small Animal Anesthesia, Perioperative Analgesia & Critical Patient Care ACVAA & AVTAA-endorsed & race-approved program for Veterinary Technicians Registration for the 2019/20 North American Certificate Course in Principle Techniques of Small Animal Anesthesia is now open! The program is directed towards credentialed veterinary nurses with a focused interest in small animal anesthesia, analgesia, and perioperative care and who potentially pursue a career as a veterinary technician specialist (VTS) in anesthesia & analgesia or as…

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October 2019

PAW2019 – Cross-species measurement of acute pain

2nd October 2019 - 3rd October 2019
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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3rd Vienna Pain Day

18th October 2019 - 20th October 2019
Veterinary University Of Vienna, Veterinarplatz 1
Vienna, Austria
65€ – 375€

The Vienna Pain Day is a yearly-organized international conference to address veterinarians, researchers, veterinary students and nurses with a strong interest in deepening their knowledge in animal pain/ This year the program will focus on pain and behaviour of small animals and horses. Participants will be trained by international well known researchers in animal pain. Sunday Prof. Pablo Otero will explain the Loco Regional Block for horses which he developed and will train participants in the afternoon in a practical…

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BCVSp Workshop: Training and mentoring veterinary specialists

23rd October 2019 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Rossdales Equine Hospital Newmarket, Suffols CB8 7NN United Kingdom + Google Map

Training and mentoring of interns and resident is a critical role ensuring the future development of the veterinary specialist community. The objective of this workshop will be to review current policies, identify areas of strength and weakness in delivery of current internship and residency programmes, and discuss selection, pastoral support and how to develop and ensure desirable outcomes from training programmes, both from the perspective of the trainee and the mentor. The day will also include a brain storming session…

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December 2019

BSAVA Summit

16th December 2019 - 17th December 2019

Introducing BSAVA Summit   16-17 December,             Royal College of Physicians, London   BSAVA Summit is a unique 2-day event that will tackle some of the contentious clinical and non-clinical issues currently facing the veterinary profession.   Breaking the typical conference mould, delegates will lead and shape discussions through a series of interactive workshops facilitated by experts. Each day will begin with an insightful seminar delivered by key opinion leaders – GP Graham Easton and Colonel Alison McCourt.   Shaping…

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January 2020

From test-tube to TIVA: Milestones in the discovery and development of propofol

January 17 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street
London, W1G 0AE United Kingdom

This exciting evening meeting features Dr John B Glen, the man who discovered and developed propofol, providing detailed information on the methods used to identify propofol as a useful agent, problems in obtaining a suitable formulation, and the development of equipment and techniques for maintenance of anaesthesia with propofol. Plus there will be  comments on the trial of Conrad Murray for the manslaughter of Michael Jackson. Rates start from just £18!

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RSM Meeting: New developments in the pharmacological management of chronic pain

January 24

The Royal Society of Medicine is offering a discount to AVA members for this meeting. Click to get discount code This event is sponsored by:      

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March 2020

AVA Spring Meeting 2020 Dublin, Ireland

March 11 @ 8:30 am - March 13 @ 5:00 pm
University College Dublin, Ireland + Google Map

Dear Colleagues, It is with great pleasure that we invite you to the AVA Spring Meeting 2020, which will take place in University College Dublin, Ireland from Wednesday 11th March to Friday 13th March 2020. University College Dublin (UCD) is the largest university in Ireland with the only veterinary college on the island of Ireland. UCD is situated just 4 km south of the city centre. You are surrounded by nature on this purpose-built campus on 330 acres (133 hectares) of beautifully…

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May 2020

Ultrasound techniques for perioperative patient and US-guided loco-regional anaesthesia conference

May 8 - May 9
Expo Mazury, 55 Grunwaldzka St.
Ostroda, 14-100 Poland

6th Veterinary Ultrasound Conference What will you learn? How to get clinically important information with ultrasound when planning a surgery How to monitor your patients with ultrasound after a surgery How to improve the effectiveness of a respiratory distressed patients diagnostics How screening ultrasound examination may help you in capturing cases like for example: pulmonary hypertension or left atrium rupture How your patient will benefit from loco-regional anaesthesia What equipment do you need to start offering the loco-regional anaesthesia in…

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Breathe easy, sleep well: Obstructive sleep apnoea and brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome in humans and companion animals

May 11 @ 8:45 am - 5:15 pm
Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street
London, W1G 0AE United Kingdom
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£30 – £133

  Vets and human doctors often do not have the opportunity to learn from each other and plan collaborative research and strategies to raise awareness and improve care for conditions that affect both humans and animals. This meeting aims to catalyse and encourage such collaborations. Join us as we discuss the parallels between obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) in humans and brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome (BOAS), including developments that are translatable across species. This is a unique opportunity to learn about…

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