The Small Animal Medicine Society (SAMSoc) has announced that their meeting ahead of the BSAVA Congress, to which all veterinarians are welcome, will take place online on March 24, 2021 from 8:40 a.m.
The program includes:
- What is the evidence in veterinary medicine for gastroprotectives (Julien Bazelle)
- What Is The Evidence In Human Medicine For Gastroprotectants (TBA)
- An Update on Steroid-Responsive Meningitis Arteritis and Menininingonencephalitis of Unknown Origin (Jeremy Rose)
- Guide to Clinical Decision Making in Cushing’s Syndrome (Imogen Schofield)
- What can TKIs not be used for? (Aaron Harper)
- The Art of Euthanasia (Mary Gardner)
- Cases That Taught Me The Most (Mike Herrtage)
Chris Scudder will also announce successful offers for funding from SAMSoc’s new research grant initiative.
Co-organizer Caroline Kisielewicz (pictured right) said: “Despite the problems and difficulties of the ongoing pandemic, we are delighted that the SAMSoc spring meeting has returned this year! We are very excited about the upcoming meeting, which is full of great presentations, that inspires some great topics to talk about. While it’s not the same as being there in person, we hope everyone enjoys interacting with colleagues and friends through the virtual world, which makes for a fantastic event. “
The association now invites you to participate in the next poster / case report competition. Details can be found at: https://www.samsoc.org/competitions/call-for-spring-2021-poster-entries.
The winning presentation will receive £ 250 and two runners-up will receive £ 100 each.
The full program can be found at https://www.samsoc.org/meetings/2021-spring-meeting
Registration costs £ 100 per day, with a discounted rate of £ 60 for SAMSoc members (membership costs £ 29).
To register, visit www.samsoc.org.
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