Following on from the success of the lunchtime lectures at BSAVA Congress 2019, the format has been adapted to take advantage of the virtual platform at this year’s event. The BSAVA has released a series of webinars from editors of newly published and forthcoming titles, who will also be joining the team on the BSAVA Publications Stand during the live event for a question and answer session with delegates.
Canine and feline endoscopy
This webinar presented by Philip Lhermette and Elise Robertson covers the use of endoscopy for canine surgical procedures, including laparoscopy, rhinoscopy, urethrocystoscopy and arthroscopy, and discusses the relevance of feline endoscopy in clinical practice, including use in upper respiratory, upper and lower gastrointestinal tract, urogenital and otic cases.
Join Philip on Thursday 25th March from 2pm for the live Q&A session
Infection control and prevention
This webinar presented by Emma Gerrard discusses the importance of infection control in veterinary practice, including the goals of infection control and how infection control practices can help to prevent the spread of disease.
Join Emma on Friday 26th March from 1.30pm for the live Q&A session
Practical veterinary welfare
This webinar presented by Matthew Rendle introduces the forthcoming BSAVA Manual of Practical Veterinary Welfare, a brand new title to the Manual range, discussing the content of the book and how it will be relevant to the whole veterinary team.
Join Matthew of Saturday 27th March from 1.30pm for the live Q&A session
These webinars can be accessed via the BSAVA Publications Stand or viewed on Vimeo and are free to all delegates. The link to access the live Q&A sessions will be available from the Stand.
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