Veterinary nurses and vets, with feline interest, have been invited to attend the International Society of Feline Medicine’s (ISFM) UK Feline Congress, which will be at Heythrop Park in the Cotswolds, Oxfordshire, between March the 13th and 14th. The conference, which will hold a non-compulsory yoga session on Saturday morning, will provide the attendees with lectures led by industry experts from around the globe on subjects such as cytology, orthopaedics, dentistry, behaviour, and wound management. Moreover, the talk will cover vital topics that are encountered in practice when dealing with feline patients, through VN and vet streams.
“Veterinary nurses and vets invited to attend the 2020 UK Feline Congress“
The ISFM events and conference manager, Nikki Jones, stated: “ISFM congresses have always been about creating a memorable delegate experience, CPD and the science is important, but so is delegate wellbeing and time to relax and reflect is becoming an integral element to many congress programmes. We aim to combine a world class lecture programme, with plenty of opportunity for delegates to socialise, network and enjoy the surroundings. We’re very excited to be spending a couple of days providing high-quality, but more importantly, relevant and practical CPD for both vets and nurses at the most gorgeous of venues.”