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The Breakfast Sessions are always a popular part of the conference program, bringing you quality speakers on a number of topics. Complimentary for registered delegates and with limited spots, these sessions will be exhausted quickly so make sure you book them during your registration. 

 

Monday 11 May 2020

Royal Canin Breakfast
6.45am for 7.00am-7.50am | Central Room A

Kindly supported by Royal Canin

GI disease in cats – the good, the bad and the bilious with Dr Rachel Korman, BVSc MANZCVS (Internal Medicine) FANZCVS (Feline Medicine), Specialist in Feline Internal Medicine.


 

Tuesday 12 May 2020

Hill's Pet Nutrition Breakfast
6.45am for 7.00am-7.50am | Central Room A

Kindly supported by Hill's

Leave no stone unturned - management of uroliths

This talk will provide a review of the current management and treatment recommendations of uroliths in dogs and cats

Dr Gemma Birnie BVSc FANZCVS

Gemma graduated from Massey University in New Zealand in 2009 and then spent two years in private practice in Victoria. In 2012, Gemma did a rotating internship at Sydney University where she focused on Internal Medicine and Emergency Critical care. She passed her memberships in Small Animal Medicine in 2013 and worked as an ICU vet at a specialist referral clinic in Melbourne. Gemma joined the BVSC team in 2014 and undertook an internal medicine residency. She has passed her fellowship exams in Internal Medicine 2018. Her special interests include immune mediated disease, neurology, hepatic disease, urology and oncology.

 

Australian Christian Veterinary Fellowship (ACVF) Breakfast
6.45am for 7.00am-7.50am | Room TBA

Kindly supported by Bloodline Equipment

Comforting in suffering and comfort from the one who suffered with Dan Lester.


 

Wednesday 13 May 2020

Zoetis Breakfast
6.45am for 7.00am-7.50am | Central Room A

Kindly supported by Zoetis

The new science of OA pain: Nerve growth factor and monoclonal antibodies for managing chronic pain.

Featuring Dr Duncan Lascelles, Chair of the WSAVA Global Pain Council and Professor of Surgery and Pain Management at North Carolina State University.


 

Thursday 14 May 2020

Greencross Vets Breakfast
6.45am for 7.00am-7.50am | Central Room A

Kindly supported by Greencross Vets

What exactly is a mentally healthy workplace and who’s responsibility is it?

Michelle Storay (National Training Manager AEC) and Dr Cathy Warburton (Director of Make Headway).

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