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ANNUAL VEPRA CONFERENCE: MAY 31ST-JUNE 1ST, RIMINI, ITALY

ANNUAL VEPRA CONFERENCE: MAY 31ST-JUNE 1ST, RIMINI, ITALY

Join our European colleagues at this year’s weekend conference on the Adriatic coast in beautiful Rimini. The focus of this year’s conference will be on the care of geriatric patients, with guests including Laurie Edge-Hughes. Further information and a...

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Booking now open for joint BVRSMA and BVBA meeting!

Bookings are now being taken for our joint meeting with the British Veterinary Behaviour Association on Wednesday 3rd October at Pride Veterinary Referrals in Derby. The meeting is titled 'Is it all in the head?- Behavioural aspects of pain in companion animals' and...

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Can you recognise chronic pain?

Read an excellent article on the challenges of recognising chronic pain by BVRSMA committee member Gwen Covey-Crump BVetMed CertVA DipECVAA MRCVS CertVetAc(IVAS) Recognised RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia, EBVS European Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia...

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Autumn Meeting News!

BVRSMA_BVBA meeting poster This year the BVBA and BVRSMA are collaborating to host a joint meeting on Wednesday 3rd October. "Is it all in the head?- Behaviour aspects of pain in companion animals' will take place on Wednesday 3rd October at Pride Veterinary...

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STAAR Program 2018 Released!

The program for this year's Symposium on Therapeutic Advances in Animal Rehabilitation has been published.  The Symposium will run from April 25-28 in Morristown, New Jersey. Further details are available here: www.staarconference.com STAAR 2018 Registration...

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BVRSMA Autumn Meeting- registration open!

BVRSMA are delighted to announce that registration is now open for our Autumn CPD meeting. This year's topic is head injury which promises to be both very useful and informative for everyone with an interest in rehab. Further information here: BVRSMA CPD 2017 Flyer...

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Chronic pain in cats- can you help?

Many of our followers will be aware of the acute pain scales developed at the University of Glasgow for  both cats and dogs, and have probably seen the new scale for chronic pain in dogs.  The exciting news is that the team via their company NewMetrica have...

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AVA Spring meeting a big success

The Association of Veterinary Anaesthetists Spring meeting was held in Manchester this week past with the theme focussing on chronic pain. The whole event was very well attended and organised, and from a rehab point of view it was exciting to see several well...

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