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Chatter box The International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM) - the veterinary division of International Cat Care - has announced its first annual conference dedicated to veterinary nurses. The day offers an opportunity to meet up with colleagues and enjoy more than five hours of stimulating CPD.

The conference is being held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Stratford-Upon-Avon, on Saturday 15 September 2018. Tickets are £95 per person and include lunch, coffee breaks, downloadable proceedings and CPD certificate. For details and to book your place visit www.eventbrite.co.uk  Chatter box

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BEVA and BSAVA agree Congress collaboration

Veterinary membership associations BEVA and BSAVA have joined forces to give members discounted attendance to their two annual congresses.

Under the new agreement, BSAVA mixed practitioners will receive a 30 per cent discount on standard tickets for BEVA Congress (12th – 15th September 2018) and BEVA members will receive the BSAVA membership discount for BSAVA Congress (4th -7th April 2019).

BSAVA head of Congress, Angharad Belcher said: “As both Congresses continue to evolve, BSAVA and BEVA are working together to provide unrivalled opportunities for the whole profession to be inspired, demonstrating that we are one community whose impact on animal and human health is immense.”

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