Dr Janine Barrett, Biosecurity Queensland, will discuss how to prevent ABLV in companion animals, at the Pan Pacific Veterinary Conference, 24-29 May.

Dr David Neck shares with you some of the many benefits of being part of the ASAVA.

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Companion animal vets around Australia look to the ASAVA for services that maintain and increase their skills and knowledge. Continuing professional development in all areas of clinical veterinary medicine is a key service provided by the group.

You must be a member of the AVA to join, and you can contact ASAVA on 02 9431 5090 or via email.

Who's on the ASAVA executive committee?

 

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Multiple streams covering emergencies, surgery, endocrinology, imaging, neurology, oncology and cardiology. Over 80 exhibitors. Social and networking opportunities

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The ASAVA has a range of branded merchandise and client information resources available for sale. Members can purchase merchandise at special rates.

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ASAVA also operates the Hospital Accreditation Scheme which recognises excellence and state-of- the-art operation in small animal hospitals.

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The Australian Companion Animal Health Foundation funds research projects on health issues affecting companion animals such as dogs and cats.

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