Pre-BSAVA Spring Conference 2020
1st April 2020
Austin Court, Birmingham
VCS 2020 Spring Meeting – Wednesday 1st April 2020
** IMPORTANT UPDATE – change of meeting plans **
We are pleased to inform delegates and members of the VCS that our spring meeting will still be going ahead on 1st April 2020, however given the unfolding COVID-19 situation the committee have taken the precaution of converting this to a web-based conference.
We will be offering the same exciting programme, featuring internationally-renown speakers plus the opportunity for interactive Q&A sessions, from the comfort and safety of your own home. We are also delighted to be able to offer the nursing stream for the first time this year as planned.
The meeting registration fee will be reduced to reflect the lack of catering, and delegates already booked will be offered a part-refund. More information will be emailed to delegates and VCS members shortly once details are finalised, but in the meantime watch this space and keep the date in your diary!
Registration remains open via the How to Book button above.
PLEASE NOTE: Details of how to access the upcoming web-based meeting will be provided as soon as possible, once your (hard working) VCS committee have explored all of the options/possibilities and been in contact with all of the speakers.
In the meantime, please bear with us during this period and await announcements to the whole society, rather sending personal emails to the secretary. Thank you!
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We are delighted to announce the pre-BSAVA Veterinary Cardiovascular Society spring meeting. This year we have an exciting new addition to the main meeting in the form of a nursing stream. We hope that this stream will appeal to any cardiology interested nurses and compliment the cardiology talks at the main BSAVA meeting.
We are excited to welcome national and international speakers to both of these meetings. The main meeting includes talks from Sydney Moise on sinus node dysfunction and the nursing stream covers topics from interventional cardiology to feline heart disease. We have also allowed time before lunch for any nurse who would like to hear Sydney Moise speak to do so.
There are a limited number of tickets available for the nursing stream, so please make sure you let us know that you would like to attend. If you would like to become a VCS member the cost is £25.00. To renew it is just £20.00. PLEASE NOTE you will also need to download and fill out an application form and return to the treasurer (firstname.lastname@example.org)