The CVMA Summit is an annual forum where Canadian and international veterinary leaders share information on key issues in veterinary medicine. Discussions that take place during the Summit have proven to be invaluable in exploring and adopting common approaches to the challenges our profession faces. All CVMA Convention delegates are eligible to attend this event, which is hosted annually during the CVMA Convention.
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The 27th Congress VETO'ALP invites the GEC and the GEROS to Chamonix from 17 to 21 March 2019. "All on the head" will begin with an optional special day on Sunday afternoon and Monday morning on the themes of developmental anomalies, medical-surgical management of head trauma and neck, and surgical treatment of Meningioma and hydrocephalus.
The Repetitorium Anaesthesiologicum is organized by AnFoFo in cooperation with the German Academy for Anesthesiological Training (DAAF).
It is a lecture series on general and special anesthesia, performed by 7-10 university lecturers each in Mayrhofen (Zillertal, Tyrol, Austria). It is primarily used to prepare for oral examinations at the end of the training period or for the Examina of the European Diploma of anaesthesiology and takes place twice a year, usually at the beginning of May and early October.
The national days of the FFMPS are an annual event bringing together health professionals, coordinators and institutional representatives from all over France. Conferences and workshops follow each other for two days around background and/or topical topics on the coordinated exercise of primary care in France.
March 30 – April 3, 2019
San Diego, California
This 5-day course that will include lectures and supervised hands-on workshops each morning, and open scanning each afternoon. The course begins at 7 a.m. on Saturday and ends at 11 a.m. on Wednesday.
The development of the topics in ultrasound has taken on fast-paced forms in our professional society in recent years.
After a long, intensive preparatory work, the scientific working group of the DGAI "Ultrasound in Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine" was constituted at DAC 2011. More than 200 members are now involved in this working group. Many of these members also work in the department of anesthesiology of DEGUM. Ultrasound procedures are thus firmly anchored in our field of expertise. Against this background, training in ultrasound-controlled punctures and ultrasound diagnostics is becoming increasingly important for anaesthetists.
Under new auspices-with Aey Congresse Berlin as its partner-the Colloquium nephrologicum Thuringia e.V. You are cordially a member of the 28th Erfurt dialysis conference for nurses, technicians and doctors – of the meeting for the nephrological team!