The International Society of Feline Medicine, with support from its partners, is delighted to offer this unique event to bring together a community of veterinary professionals, from across the world who share a commitment and passion to improve cat care through the sharing of knowledge and experience.
In addition to our programme of talks, there will also be several sponsor led symposiums, along with a virtual exhibition hall. Our congress partners will be on hand to share their expertise and knowledge and will be available to chat with you at scheduled times throughout the three days.
As discussed at the AGM in Ghent, our next congress in Cambridge will take place on Saturday, 22 August 2020, directly after the IAVRPT Congress. The AGM will be held on 21 August.
The theme of the meeting is: “Tendinopathies in horses, dogs and humans - lessons learned when crossing species boundaries
Top speakers from the respective specialties will share their expertise and there will be ample opportunity to discuss issues common in these species but also differences in pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation. We are convinced that this combined approach will be highly interesting and will encourage many IAVRPT attendees to get familiar with our college and our expertise.
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The overall objective of the MasterClass is to teach the participants the basics in Biostatistics and (clinical) Epidemiology in order to critically appraise the scientific literature (step #3 of the EBVM).
The MasterClass will be held at the veterinary School of Alfort nearby Paris on the 23rd, 24th, and 25th of April, 2020. The class will be dispensed in English, and is available for only 20 participants, to encourage interactivity. The presentation of this MasterClass (including fees) can be found on the webpage of the MasterClass: http://alforpro.vet-alfort.fr/course/view.php?id=191.
The first scientific meeting of the ECVSMR in Ghent was a complete success. Almost 300 participants from all over Europe enjoyed exciting lectures in an impressive ambience. The proccedings can be downloaded here:
In February we organize an intense arthroscopy course in a State of the Art centre used for Robot surgery in humans (https://www.orsi-online.com/en).
Tutors are Bernadette Van Ryssen, Yves Samoy and Geert Verhoeven.
The next International Conference on Canine and Equine Locomotion will be
held from September 3rd to 5th 2020 in Zurich Switzerland.
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The 2020 International Symposium on Vet Rehab & Physical Therapy will be held in Cambridge 2020