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FEDERATION OF ASIAN SMALL ANIMAL VETERINARY ASSOCIATIONS CONGRESS 2017

  1. Learn from the best international speakers, as well as a variety of Australian speakers, all experts in their fields - Cardiorespiratory: Lynelle Johnson, Fiona Meyers-Campbell, Niek Beijerink  Clinical pathology and principles of medicine: Jill Maddison, Sue Foster, Graham Swinney  Dentistry: Curt Coffman, Loic Legendre, Ruth Barthel, Anthony Caiafa  Dermatology: Sonya Bettenay, Ralf Mueller, Linda Vogelnest  Emergency: Sarah Haldane, Dez Hughes, Terry King  Endocrinology: Dennis Chew, David Church, Darren Merrett  Feline Medicine: Andrea Harvey, Vanessa Barrs, Carolyn O’Brien  Gastroenterology: Caroline Mansfield, Stanley Marks, David Twedt  Imaging: Cathy Beck, Zoe Lenard  Infectious Disease: Michael Lappin, Vanessa Barrs, Julia Beatty, Jill Maddison  Neurology: Richard LeCouteur, Georgina Child, Sam Long  Oncology: Peter Bennett, Tony Moore, Rod Straw  Ophthalmology: Mark Billson, Anna Deykin, David Maggs, Robin Stanley  Surgery: Daniel Brockman, Catriona MacPhail, Jason Beck, Stephen Fearnside, Andrew Marchevsky, Phil Moses  Urogenital: David Senior, Dennis Chew  Unusual pets and avian: Hamish Baron, Brendan Carmel, Bob Doneley, Anne Fawcett, David Neck, Annabelle Olsson, Lizzie Selby, Gerry Skinner, Tegan Stephens, Alex Rosenwax, Shangzhe Xie  Nursing: Trish Farry, Tinika Gillespie, Philip Judge, Terry King, Patricia Newton, Anita Parkin, Lisa Partel, Rebekah Scotney, Rod Straw, Robert Webster, Layla Wilkinson

Small animal practice is well established in many Asian countries and growing rapidly in others. On average over 1200 top small animal veterinarians from Australia, the Asia Pacific region and the United States have been attracted to FASAVA Congresses due to the continuing high quality scientific program.

Veterinary professionals will be drawn to the multi-stream program, social and cultural program and the Gold Coast location. Accommodation and touring options are available along with a competitive AUD $790 pre registration rate.

Rarely does a congress come to our shores that provides veterinarians with such a plethora of choice. Often the choice of CE is challenging because practitioners don’t just need one area in which to be updated. So here is a CE opportunity that is a true ‘smorgasbord’ of opportunities to improve your skills and knowledge that are applicable to general practice.

Whether your interest is good thoughtful medicine, the latest in surgical techniques, the complexities of skin disease, the fine skills of dental disease, the art of imaging or even the challenge of exotic medicine or all of those topics, this congress provides an opportunity that you cannot afford to miss.

With over 16 topics, 7 veterinary streams and 3 stand-alone parallel congresses, you can create your own ideal tailored program that best suits your needs and the needs of your practice. Learn from the best international speakers, including the dynamic Jill Maddison, David Church, Stan Marks, Lynelle Johnson, Rick LeCouteur, Dennis Chew, Ralf Mueller and Loic Legendre, as well as a variety of Australian speakers – all experts in their fields.

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  • Over 60 world-class speakers
  • Up to 62 sessions per day
  • 16 topics and 7 streams
  • Nurses’ stream
  • Iconic Australian location: sand, surf, sunshine
  • Over 100 trade stands
  • Amazing social program
  • Meet colleagues from across the globe

4 congresses for the price of 1 – FASAVA, World Veterinary Dental Congress, UPAV Exotics Congress and VNCA Advanced Veterinary Nursing Congress.

FASAVA Congress: 11-14 August 2017

8 veterinary streams providing leading edge content for small animal practitioners over four days covering 16 key areas: cardiorespiratory, clinical pathology/principles of medicine, dentistry, dermatology, emergency, endocrinology, exotics, feline medicine, gastroenterology, imaging, infectious disease, neurology, oncology, ophthalmology, surgery, urogenital and 1 veterinary nursing stream providing advanced content in the areas of surgery, emergency and critical care.

World Veterinary Dental Congress: 11 - 14 August 2017

The World Veterinary Dental Council and The Australian Veterinary Dental Society will hold the 14th World Veterinary Dental Congress (WVDC) in conjunction with FASAVA 2017.

The program will attract veterinarians and technicians interested in advancing the knowledge, education, awareness and skills involved in veterinary
dentistry and will be led by the top experts in the veterinary dental field - www.ava.com.au/avds

UPAV Congress: 11 - 12 August 2017

Unusual Pets and Avian Veterinarians (UPAV), a special interest group of the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) are for veterinarians who have an interest in birds, reptiles, small mammals, fish and amphibians. This is an area that is growing as a science, with more and more research undertaken in Australia and around the world - www.ava.com.au/upav

The UPAV Congress streams at FASAVA 2017 will be held on Friday 11 August and Saturday 12 August and will focus on the cutting edge of avian, reptile and exotic pets medicine, catering for everyone from the most experienced vets all the way through to those starting out.

VNCA Advanced Veterinary Nursing Congress: 12 - 13 August 2017

The Veterinary Nurses Council of Australia is pleased to present the first VNCA Advanced Veterinary Nursing Congress. The Veterinary Nurses Council of Australia (VNCA) aspires to strengthen the position of veterinary nurses as part of the veterinary health care team.

This event is provided for the experienced or advanced level veterinary nurse and the congress will provide opportunities for experienced veterinary nurses to learn from each other, present new techniques and network with colleagues and suppliers in the veterinary industry within both Australia and internationally. The two day technical program will include a wide range of speakers working at the top of their field and presenting topics on clinical nursing, surgical nursing, medical nursing and emergency and critical care - www.vnca.asn.au

The VNCA Advanced Veterinary Nursing Congress will be held in conjunction with FASAVA 2017 on Saturday 12 August and Sunday 13 August 2017.