Are you looking to gain some great practical skills to take back to your clinic?

Choose from a record number of workshops and field trips on offer as part of the AVA 2017 Annual Conference Program.

Take home a swag of practical skills – and up to 11 additional VetEd points – by attending a workshop or fieldtrip. Registration fees for students, AVA and special interest group members are heavily discounted, giving you exceptional value for your CPD dollar.

The majority of workshops are held on Friday 9 June, after the conclusion of the scientific program. All are taught by leaders in their respective fields, including some of our international keynotes. Field trips include transportation from and return to the conference venue.

Topics include calf rearing, equine pre-purchase examination, small animal pathology (haematology and cytology), exotic and emergency wildlife diseases, facial tumour disease in Tasmanian Devils, exclusive insights into successful practices, provision of veterinary services to smallholder farmers, introduction to veterinary acupuncture, cruciate rehabilitation staging, companion animal overpopulation, assessment of aggressive dogs, dental radiology, and diagnosis and treatment of spinal, shoulder and hindquarter pain in horses.

You will have the opportunity to work in small groups, ask questions, try new techniques, troubleshoot your approach and develop your skills in a supportive environment. All for a fraction of the cost that you would pay for a stand-alone workshop.

Avoid disappointment and register now.