BSAVA Congress News
The winners have been announced for the BSAVA Congress 2019 stand awards - celebrating delegate engagement, innovation and creativity.
Winners aren’t born - they are made from losers with the self-awareness to examine their own shortcomings and work hard to overcome them, BSAVA members heard at the Congress opening ceremony yesterday.
The BSAVA convened an outstanding line-up of speakers to help navigate the unpredictable and unexpected challenges for the profession during the Big Issues stream at this year’s BSAVA Congress. In a series of debates, leaders from government, industry and veterinary professional bodies tackled many political, scientific and economic challenges facing the companion animal veterinary sector.
The BSAVA proudly presented a total of 19 awards to outstanding individuals at a special Awards Ceremony at BSAVA Congress on Thursday 4th April. The recipients were all nominated by their colleagues, in recognition of their outstanding contributions in the field of small animal veterinary medicine and surgery.
This year BSAVA Congress’s Big Issues stream aims to help the profession steer its way through uncharted waters by focusing on a central theme of How to Navigate the Unpredictable and the Unexpected.
BSAVA is thrilled to be chosen as a finalist for the Exhibition News Corporate Social Responsibility Award.
BSAVA is delighted to announce a move to Manchester Central for their 2021 Congress, bringing the largest and longest running small animal congress in Europe to a new award-winning venue...
BSAVA Congress will introduce a crèche at its 2019 Congress, ensuring all vets and nurses can focus on access to more than 450 hours of world-leading CPD.
Registration for BSAVA Congress 2019 – the largest event in Europe dedicated to the provision of small animal veterinary CPD – is now open (October 25th).
BSAVA hopes to break the record for clinical abstract presentations at Congress 2019, and urges the whole profession to consider applying. We hope you will join us at the largest small animal Congress in the World.
BSAVA is encouraging delegates to think differently at its 2019 Congress, with help from keynote speaker and ‘black box thinker’ Matthew Syed.
The British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) launched an inspiring vision of holistic support for the profession at its annual Congress in Birmingham
The puppy trade, Brexit and modernising animal licensing and inspection activities will form this year’s ‘Big Issues’ stream at the British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) annual Congress on Friday 6th April.
The British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) will launch an inspiring vision of holistic support at its annual Congress, aiming to help delegates think more deeply about their career and personal development.
Dr Clarence Rawlings will receive the prestigious Bourgelat Award from the British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA), and launch a new stream of lectures at Congress 2018 covering his vast veterinary experience.
Registration for BSAVA Congress 2018 – the largest event in Europe dedicated to the provision of small animal veterinary CPD – is now open.
BSAVA is delighted to open the student bursary for BSAVA Congress 2018. This unique opportunity offers 50 places for final and penultimate year veterinary students in the UK and Ireland to attend Congress for free and receive support towards travel and accommodation.
Submit now and you could share your latest research, unusual case reports and novel procedures in April next year.
2-3 September saw BSAVA celebrating its diamond anniversary in the Scottish Region at the 32nd annual BSAVA Scottish Congress.
Proud history, bright future as Congress celebrates 60 years and looks to the future of veterinary science, education and innovation. The 60th annual BSAVA Congress celebrated the world’s leading small animal veterinary conference delivered with excellence and focused firmly on the future of the profession.
With less than one week until BSAVA Congress opens, delegates can download a free app to make the most of their event experience
Responding to extensive market research with BSAVA membership and volunteers, delegates, and exhibitors, the BSAVA Congress 2018 exhibition in the Barclaycard Arena will become three days.
BSAVA is delighted to announce a special Congress focused edition of Companion featuring quality CPD from experts in the veterinary industry.
TV presenter and respected naturalist Chris Packham is set to inspire delegates at BSAVA Congress as the keynote speaker on Thursday 6 April 2017.
Book your place today for the largest small animal Congress in the world, 6-9 April 2017.
Secure your place today for Europe's largest small animal Congress, 7-10 April 2016.
BSAVA are pleased to announce the Congress 2016 student bursary which offers veterinary students in the UK and Ireland a unique opportunity to experience the event for free.
The first weekend of September saw BSAVA celebrate a jam-packed 31st Annual Scottish Congress. After 6 years in Edinburgh the Congress moved westwards across the Scottish Central belt to the vibrant and dynamic city of Glasgow.
Applications are now open for abstract presentations at BSAVA Congress 2017. Submit now and you could be integral part of this important section in the Congress programme.
BSAVA are looking for a veterinary band to perform at VetFest on Saturday 8 April 2017.
This year sees the first Eastern European Veterinary Conference hosted in Belgrade, Serbia on 6th - 8th October.
BSAVA invites overseas members to apply for the BSAVA International Scholarship. Apply before 15th August for your chance to come to BSAVA Congress for free.
Nominations for next year’s prestigious BSAVA Awards, which recognise the inspiring work of individuals who have made an exceptional contribution to the veterinary profession, are now open. BSAVA members can submit their nominations online at www.bsava.com from now until the closing date of 23rd September 2016.
The Congress Knowledge Vault has just been updated with lecture recordings from Congress 2016. Alongside the extensive archive dating back to Congress 2011, the new additions include 319 new video podcasts with audio and lecture slides combined.
Excellence took centre stage at the 59th British Small Animal Veterinary Association annual Congress, as thousands of delegates and exhibitors gathered in Birmingham for four days of science, education and innovation, April 7-10.
For the first time at BSAVA Congress a dog was brought into the exhibition hall for a demonstration, giving delegates a unique, hands-on experience with a live animal. Stephen Constable gave a practical overview of ultrasound followed by an in-depth demonstration of kidney imaging, intestinal imaging and cardiac measurements on the very obliging greyhound, Judy.
Mark Beaumont, 33-year-old ultra-endurance adventurer and documentary maker who has travelled to 130 countries, can now add BSAVA Speaker to his list of achievements, as he headed up a talk at the BSAVA Congress on Thursday.
VetFest, our indoor veterinary festival, is back! Now in its second year following a fantastic launch in 2015, Saturday night will be packed with a huge range of musical acts, street theatre and comedy.
The BSAVA is seeking a member of the profession to join us now as the incoming Chair of Congress Programme committee, moving into the Chair role in April 2017. The scientific programme for Congress 2016 has been finalised and organised, therefore the incoming Chair would be responsible for developing the 2017 offering.
Beyond the 350 lectures, Congress has many unique opportunities to enhance your CPD experience.
Over the years, Congress has played host to a diverse selection of renowned international speakers to welcome delegates to Birmingham. In 2016 BSAVA is delighted to welcome adventurer and record breaker Mark Beaumont.
BSAVA members have 3 weeks remaining to take advantage of the video podcasts from Congress 2015.
Don’t miss the abstract submission deadline for Congress 2016, which will close on 21st October 2015. Submit a clinical abstract today to be in with a chance at speaking within the prestigious scientific programme at Congress 2016.
BSAVA are delighted to announce the programme for Congress 2016 - our most ambitious selection of CPD yet.
Barbara-Ann Innes is one of the volunteers responsible for creating one of the most memorable weekends in the veterinary calendar – Scottish Congress. Here, she reports on the success of the event’s 30th anniversary in September 2015.
BSAVA Congress celebrated its 25th anniversary in Birmingham by offering a fantastic scientific programme – including practical sessions and a broad-ranging management stream.