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    Have you got your simulated seat booked for the cyber symposium of the year?

    Virtual Congress 2018 is fast approaching, and we wouldn’t want you to miss out. Now in its 6th year, VC2018 is quickly gaining a reputation as the place to go for veterinary webinars. Taking place over January 19th – 21st, and featuring an abundance of fantastic content, this is promising to be the biggest and best Virtual Congress yet. We are fortunate to again be working alongside the Worldwide Veterinary Service (WVS), and benefitting veterinary professionals working in developing countries.

    BVA members can register to get free access to our exclusive pre-Congress event, which is packed with great webinars presented by renowned lecturers. The BVA Pre-Congress event will take place on 19th January, so make a note in your calendar! As well as this we have our Mind Matters Symposium in conjunction with the RCVS in the evening.

    If you want the full VC2018 experience, you’re in luck. You can get a ticket for the special price of £147 + VAT. This includes not only all of our small animal content, but our nurse and practice management streams, but also our first ever large animal day on the Sunday! This is a great saving on the standard ticket price and an offer you really don’t want to miss!

    To book your place, visit www.theinternationalwebinarvet.com or alternatively call Dawn on 0151 556 2859

    This is a truly unmissable event for anybody in the veterinary profession. There’s something for everybody here, whatever your specialities and proclivities may be. Virtual Congress only happens once a year, so don’t let it pass you by!

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