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Check out upcoming AVA Conferences.

Bain Fallon Memorial Lectures 
Sunday 17 - Thursday 21 July 2022 
Pullman Hotel Albert Park, Melbourne 

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The Bain Fallon Memorial Lectures continues to be the biggest week of equine veterinary continuing education in the Southern Hemisphere. This year’s conference is shaping up to be just as successful with pre-conference ISELP and nerve block workshops, high quality lectures throughout the week and an equine veterinary nurses’ conference on Thursday.  We have assembled a range of world-class speakers to take an in-depth look at all that you need to know in equine respiratory and reproduction, and so much more.  

In celebration of 50 years of EVA the social events will be a week-long celebration, and provide the perfect opportunity to catch up with friends and colleagues. 

Small Animal Conference (ASAV) 
Sunday 24 - Thursday 28 July 2022 
Darwin Convention Centre, Darwin 

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This year’s program on Emergency Medicine and Surgery will feature a star-studded cast of speakers, including Drs Chris Tan, Terry King, Rob Webster and Ellie Leister. We are shaking things up a bit, and also have streams from the Australian Veterinary Dental Society (AVDS), The Unusual Pet and Avian Veterinarians (UPAV) and the Australian Veterinary Behaviour Interest Group (AVBIG), together in  one program. The unique program together with a fantastic location will make this ASAV conference a truly unforgettable experience. 

The ASAV conference has always been about community, collegiality and connection and this year’s conference is no different, we have put together a great schedule of social events, like the welcome dinner, industry networking drinks, happy hour, the recent graduate dinner and our biggest night, the annual gala dinner and awards night.  

Australian Pigs Veterinarians Conference
Thursday 8 – Friday 9 September 2022 
Novotel Geelong 

We'll kick-off with a welcome function on the evening of Wednesday, 7 September and settle in for two days of scientific content, collegiality, and all things pig! 

Take this opportunity to finally see your fellow pig vets face-to-face, step back from work for a few days, and maintain professional skills and relevance in a changing world 

If you have any suggestions on topics, you wish to see covered at this year’s conference or speaker suggestions please email susan.dawson@apiam.com.au. 

Greyhounds Veterinarians Conference
Thursday 6 – Friday 7 October 2022
Melbourne 

Veterinary Business Group (VBG) Summit 2022 - Emergence

Wednesday 19 - Friday 21 October 2022
Crown Conference Centre, Melbourne 

The 2022 VBG Summit is a two-day conference and trade show focusing on effectively managing a veterinary practice in today's environment. It will dive into the day-to-day management issues specialties as well as concentrating on overcoming barriers to growing and building a sustainable veterinary business into the future.

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Sponsorship and exhibition bookings will open in early July. In the meantime if you have any queries please contact events@ava.com.au 

WA Division Conference 
Friday 4- Sunday 6 November 2022  
Fremantle, WA 

TAS Division Conference 
Friday 18- Sunday 20 November 2022
Hobart, TAS 

 

ACV Finding New Ways Conference:

Tuesday 29 Nov – Friday 2 Dec 2022 | Canberra, ACT

Rex Hotel Canberra

The ACV Conference is a major initiative in the AVA’s comprehensive annual CPD Program for 2022 and showcases the latest trends in bovine veterinary practice. Boasting three full days of world-class scientific sessions accompanied by an array of unrivalled networking opportunities and an extensive social program, the ACV Conference continues to be the highlight of the Australian Cattle Vet calendar.

The rescheduled dates are Wednesday 30 November to Friday 2 December 2022, with the annual Welcome Dinner on Tuesday 29 November being held in the exhibition for the first time in many years.

An updated industry prospectus will be re-launched soon, along with exhibition bookings. 
 
For further information or to discuss please contact Stephanie McGuinness, ACV Conference Secretariat on (02) 9431 5056 or at Stephanie.Mcguinness@ava.com.au.

2023 AVA Annual Conference 

Our next annual conference is being held from 28 May to 2 June 2023 in the Adelaide Convention Centre (ACC) which is one of the world’s most modern, flexible and technologically advanced venues. 

For more information, please go to  https://www.ava.com.au/education-events/education-and-events-search/ or email events@ava.com.au

 

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