The Cattle Association of Veterinary Ireland (CAVI) will be hosting its annual CAVI Conference on 15th and 16th January 2021 (Greenwich Mean Time / UTC+00:00 / Meán-Am Greenwich) as a virtual continuous professional development event.
The CAVI Committee has devised and organised an exciting and thought-provoking programme for the event which will feature the highest calibre of international and national speakers, case studies and presentations.
To help make CAVI Conference 2021 a truly global event, we would be most grateful if you could circulate this email to your own members and other veterinary colleagues in the World Association for Buiatrics.
Veterinary Ireland is happy to extend the Veterinary Ireland membership rate of €150 to those veterinarians around the globe who are members of their own national veterinary association – the Registration link is https://registration.allintheloop.net/register/event/cavi-conference-879h
Irish and International Keynote Speakers include Andrew Fisher (Australia), Angela Burke (Ire), Clodagh Kearney (Ire), Doreen Corridan (Ire), Gayle Hallowell (UK), Peter May (UK), Prof Simon More (Ire), Greg Fry (Ire) John Gilmore (Ire), Jude Capper (UK), Prof. Tommy Boland (Ire), Martin Kavanagh (Ire), Dr John Gilliland OBE (Ire), Paul Corkery (Ire), Patricia Reilly (Ire), Karen Brosnan (Ire), Lawrence Gavey (Ire), Maria Guelbenzu (Ire) and Elizabeth Lane (Ire), who will cover a wide spectrum of Bovine Veterinary, and provide over 14 hours of Veterinary Council of Ireland accredited Continuing Veterinary Education (CVE).
The 2-Day Schedule will cover topics including: sustainability and dairy industry needs; improving mortality and managing animal health and welfare; updates on the eradication of bovine viral diarrhoea; emerging diseases and diagnostics; and, most relevant, a presentation on the veterinary contributions to the national Covid-19 response.
This innovative, online approach will also feature panel discussions and Q&A sessions.
CAVI Conference 2021 will provide an engaging educational and unforgettable event for all participants, both Irish and International, and all from the comfort and safety of your own home or work environment.
NB: Please note, that if you register for CAVI Conference 2021, but are not available to attend any part of the Conference (e.g. due to time zone difference, work commitments, etc.) then your registration will still give you access to the Conference recordings, which will be available to download and watch post-conference in your own time.