FASAVA Congress 2017

REGISTRATIONS OPEN NOW! Visit www.fasavacongress2017.com.au to book your place.

Register now for the biggest veterinary congresses in the Southern Hemisphere! The Federation of Asian Small Animal Veterinary Associations (FASAVA) Congress will run from August 11-14 on the Gold Coast, Australia, and you can’t afford to miss it. Choose from eight veterinary streams providing leading CPD across 16 areas, and an advanced veterinary nursing stream. Learn from the best international speakers, including the dynamic Drs Jill Maddison and David Church.

  • Over 60 world-class speakers
  • Up to 62 sessions per day
  • 16 topics and 8 streams
  • Nurses’ stream
  • Iconic Australian location: sand, surf, sunshine
  • Over 100 trade stands
  • Amazing social program
  • Meet colleagues from across the globe
  • 4 Congresses in 1!

Earn up to 26 VetEd points in between enjoying Australia’s most stunning beaches. Enjoy unrivalled networking opportunities with colleagues from every corner of Australasia. Check out new technologies and treatments in the largest veterinary trade display under one roof. And take the opportunity to extend your learning with a range of post-conference workshops, masterclasses and tours.

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Keep up-to-date with the latest news, access free webinars, download the scientific program and much more… visit fasavacongress2017.com.au