BSAVA expands practical and small group schedule for Congress 2018
Beyond the 450 lectures, Congress has many unique opportunities to enhance your CPD experience with a range of practical, wet lab and small group sessions. Delegates have a choice to book onto over 30 options including the recently introduced ‘Wetlab’ and ‘Breakfast with a Specialist’ sessions.
Wetlab sessions, introduced at Congress 2017, will again be held at the University of Birmingham’s Medical School and include topics on cytology, haematology, basic eye surgery, rabbit dentistry and dental radiography for dogs and cats.
Breakfast with a Specialist sessions give delegates exclusive access to world-renowned experts to informally discuss your challenging cases in a small group setting. Each morning at Congress will be a different interactive opportunity: discuss endocrinology cases with David Church on Friday, talk through epilepsy cases with Holger Volk on Saturday and examine jaw fracture fixation in the dog and cat with Peter Southerden on Sunday...
BSAVA Congress Programme Committee Chair Sue Murphy said: ‘’I’m delighted that due to the popular demand in 2017 we have been able to expand our practical and small group programme in 2018. These sessions represent excellent value for money education and a unique opportunity for delegates to practice vital skills with guidance from experts in their respective disciplines.’’
Each workshop or small group is available to purchase when registering for Congress and they are always very popular with delegates, so be sure to book early to avoid disappointment.