Advancing the veterinary profession in Eastern Europe
9 June 2016
This year sees the first Eastern European Veterinary Conference hosted in Belgrade, Serbia on 6th – 8th October.
Working together with the BSAVA, the event has been founded by a partnership of Eastern European Small Animal Associations including Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania and Serbia. BSAVA is supporting EEVC as part of its charitable aims promoting education and science; this event will ensure all vets in Eastern Europe can access affordable, quality CPD close to home.
This new conference will offer cutting-edge international speakers, the largest regional trade exhibition and unparalleled opportunities for professional networking, during an affordable, high-quality, 3-day annual meeting.
Michael Day, BSAVA Past President and WSAVA Committee member said:
‘As an established and successful Association, BSAVA has for many years supported professional initiatives in developing regions; for example, the WSAVA Sub-Saharan African CE Programme, our International Scholarship Programme and development of an on-line resource for veterinarians in developing countries, produced in partnership with Worldwide Veterinary Services.
Our involvement in the EEVC underlines this commitment by helping to raise the standards of small animal practice in the Eastern European region. This Congress provides a hugely important focus for our colleagues in Eastern Europe, but at the same time offers BSAVA members the chance to participate in high-quality CPD in an interesting location at very little cost. I would encourage all BSAVA members to consider attending EEVC in Belgrade this year.’
Registration is now open and delegate tickets can be bought for €100 before the early bird deadline of 17th July. Find out more at www.eevc.vet