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    The Webinar Vet is proud to announce it will be hosting its next Virtual Congress in 2018, taking place on 19th, 20th and 21st January.

    Now in its 6th year, Virtual Congress is rapidly becoming the event for online veterinary education, being attended by thousands of people all over the globe. Virtual Congress continues to spearhead the CPD revolution, offering over 50 hours of the most innovative veterinary webinars presented by renowned speakers.

    Virtual Congress is a particularly great opportunity for vets who work in underprivileged countries. The Webinar Vet operates a charitable initiative called the one4one programme, which means that for every ticket bought, one is donated to a vet who otherwise would not be able to attend.

    Purchase your ticket for the entire congress at the discounted rate of just £197 + VAT, only available until the end of November 2017.


    Praise for Virtual Congress:
    “Last year was the first time I was attending The Webinar Vet's Virtual Congress and I was definitely not disappointed! I am a Jamaican and was able to attend via the one4one programme, through which my ticket was sponsored. This was wholeheartedly appreciated as cost would have otherwise prohibited me from attending. The Congress had a broad spectrum of topics to choose from, the great thing being that because of the recordings I didn't have to worry about missing anything, and I still have access if something comes up that I need to review. It also helped alleviate the issue of time difference as the Congress was live during my working hours. One of the sessions I was able to attend which was quite good was 'Implementing Behavioural and Environmental Modification when Treating Feline Medicine Cases' by Dr. Sarah Heath, I learnt many simple things that I didn't know about feline behaviour that enabled me to make better recommendations to my clients. I recommend the Virtual Congress to every vet out there, it's an experience you don't want to miss out on.” Julie-Anne Small, DVM


    About The Webinar Vet
    The Webinar Vet is the leading provider in veterinary CPD webinars. Founded in 2010 by vet Anthony Chadwick, the company specialises in distributing excellent content made by vets, for vets.


    Contact:
    Number: 0151 324 0580
    Email: dawn@thewebinarvet.com
    Website: www.thewebinarvet.com

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