The local chapter of IVSA South Korea is hosting an event this august, with the theme ; Vet Med of the Far East. Participants will get the chance to experience the rich traditional culture and the sparkly city life, along with various veterinary institution visits.
Event period : 22nd – 28th, August
Application period : 6th May – 7th June
Participation fee : 235 Euros
Checkout more information Here and sign up for a chance to visit Gangnam!
The 4th IVSA Asia Conference is coming up this august in Chiang Mai, Thailand. There will be several interesting lectures covering a wide variety of subjects including the one world, one health project. Participants will also gain experience with the largest animals on land, something that our hosts are so well known for!
Please checkout details by clicking HERE.
The local chapter of IVSA Barcelona(Spain) is holding an event this July from the 7th to the 14th. There will be around 50 participants and they will be able to experience the culture and animals of Barcelona.
Find out more by clicking HERE.
Application period : 25th February – 7th April, 2013
Fee : 220 euros
“Be One of Us… A week as a Neapolitan Vet student!!”
Participants will be given the opportunity to stay a week(29th April – 3rd May) in the beautiful city of Naples as a Vet student. Find out more by clicking HERE.
Application period : 29th Jan – 10th Mar, 2013
Fee : 150 euros
Sophisticated and well-organized workshop is supposed to be prepared . Every IVSA members who have great passion and curiosity can join in it .
This special event proposes to you a various program with a varied schedule including workshops ,field trips to Arab Purebreds Horses farms , lectures about dromedary and other native animals of Tunisia, visits to labs ,Vet school… Science, but also enjoying the most beautiful beaches and the sun!
You will have the opportunity to have FUN while learning a lot!
Application is available on now .
For more information : website – http://en.ivsatunisia.org/?p=158
The IVSA Congress 2012 will be held in Norway July 15th to July 27th, 2012.
The theme of the Congress will be Aqua medicine and animal welfare.
The application period is February 15th to March 15th and ExCo members, EOs and local presidents need to apply before March 1st to receive preferential treatment.
Please see the official website of the Congress for more details: http://ivsanorway.com/congress_2012/.
Hill’s webinars continue in February 2012 with Old cats with behavioral changes – cognitive dysfunction syndrome with Professor Danièlle Gunn-Moore BSc BVM&S PhD FHEA MACVSc MRCVS, RCVS Specialist in Feline Medicine.
The webinar will take place 2 February at 19.30 pm CET.
Register today for free: http://www.hillsevents.eu/.
IVSA Naples is arranging a workshop titled Discovering the Mediterranean Water Buffalo between March 26th and 30th, 2012.
The application period started today, January 5th, 2012.
More information on the new website of IVSA Naples
The Student American Veterinary Medical Association (SAVMA) hosts its annual Symposium at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana during March 15th to 17th, 2012.
Early registration is still open until January 15th 2012.
The last date to register for the Symposium is March 1st, 2012.
You can find more information about the event as well as the registration form on the SAVMA Symposium 2012 website at http://savmasymposium2012.com.
The Global Alliance for Rabies Control (GARC) is arranging its 2nd Annual World Rabies Day Webinar on September 21-22, 2011.
Already hundreds of people from over 60 countries have registered for the event. You can also submit an abstract for presentation during the Webinar, but the deadline is very close. Participation is Free.
Abstract Submission Deadline Friday, July 22
Presentation length is 25 min (20 min lecture, 5 min Q&A). All abstracts will be peer-reviewed. Notification to authors is expected in early August 2011. Submit abstracts to: email@example.com
The planning committee invites abstracts for presentations focusing on the areas of: canine rabies elimination; human rabies surveillance, prevention and intervention; wildlife rabies control; information and education campaigns; building sustainable programs; and other topic areas that relate to the multi-disciplinary nature of this Webinar. A wide diversity of submissions is encouraged.
There is no cost to attend the live webinars but attendance is limited to the first 1000 registrants/logins. Space is limited – register early!