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BSAVA introduces Congress on Demand resource
The resource contains recorded lectures by many of the experts who were supposed to speak at Congress.

Content designed to fill the gap left by BSAVA Congress 2020

A new online educational resource containing more than 100 hours of lectures planned for BSAVA Congress is set to launch on Monday (18 May).

The new Congress on Demand resource contains recorded lectures by many of the globally-recognised experts who were supposed to speak at Congress, alongside some exhibitor CPD.

Content is available for the whole profession, both in the UK and overseas, and will be available to purchase at affordable prices - with some free sessions and a discount for BSAVA members.

BSAVA President Sue Paterson said: “While nothing can replace the wonderful live experience of BSAVA Congress, which was unfortunately cancelled due to COVID-19, we knew it was important to fill the gap in the CPD calendar.

"Congress on Demand has been masterminded by our hardworking teams of staff and volunteers in a short space of time and covers a plethora of high-quality CPD to suit all needs.”

For more information about the resource, visit the BSAVA Library.

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Do you know a practice wellbeing star?

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 Has someone in your practice team gone above and beyond to make your workplace a positive one during the coronavirus pandemic? Then why not nominate them for a 2020 Practice Wellbeing Star!

The joint RCVS Mind Matters Initiative/SPVS Practice Wellbeing Star nominations recognise individuals who have held up morale during a time when practices are facing unprecedented staffing and financial issues.

Nominees receive a certificate in recognition of their colleagues' appreciation of their achievements and will be entered into the prize draw for a pair of tickets to attend the joint SPVS and Veterinary Management Group Congress in January 2021.

 

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