Eurasia Veterinary Conference, Phuket, Thailand
Venue: Marriott Hotel and Spa
|Event Date/Time: Feb 21, 2011||End Date/Time: Feb 25, 2011|
|Registration Date: Feb 01, 2011|
|Early Registration Date: Oct 31, 2010|
THAILANDâ€™s best-known holiday destination, PHUKET is one of those places whose name alone summons up images of tropical romance and carefree days under swaying coconut palms. There will be HOT TOPIC sessions (2 hours each), in which our specialists will cover the most recent information in their specific area - a summary of the latest developments, presented at international conferences or from new articles. The lecturers will pick the most important topics from their area - that are useful for private practice!
Congress language is english (and german in separate sessions).
Internationally renowned european specialists come to Asia and present you the most recent information about current veterinary diagnostics and therapy of small animal internal medicine.
HOT TOPIC sessions are in the following areas:
â€¢ Infectious diseases
â€¢ Respiratory diseases
â€¢ Small Mammals
he conference is divided into lecture sessions in morning lectures and optional workshops in the afternoon.
By attending the lectures in the morning session, attendants can expect to acquire the most important new findings in most sub-disciplines` of internal medicine. The intensive training will be for veterinary practitioners with major emphasis on a case-oriented and problem-solving approach. The aim of the lectures is to give participants the competence in internal medicine to solve most of the problems in daily practice.
In the afternoon some subjects will be discussed in optional workshops (bookings separately).
Workshops have a limited number of participants and require participants to work actively with instructional tools provided by the faculty. Each session offers an outstanding opportunity to study and practice with board-certified specialists at ease in an instructional role.
The following workshops are offered:
Workshops (separate bookings):
â€¢ The blue patient (cardiology/respiratory diseases)
â€¢ Practice management - earn more by effective time and case management
â€¢ The "drinking" patient (PU/PD cases)
â€¢ The "drunk" patient (neurology)
â€¢ The itching patient (dermatology)