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Local CE Seminars, Congresses & Workshops

2005

Date

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2-4 December

Problem Oriented Approach to Endocrinology

Kasetsart Veterinary School, Thailand

See details

30 November - 1 December

EMERGENCY AND CRITICAL CARE

Marco Polo Prince Hotel, Harbour City, TST, Kowloon

See details and Registration Form

23rd November 2005

Wednesday

How not to kill a perfectly good cat

Venue : The Mariners Club Salisbury Road Tsim Sha Tsui Conference Room 3/F

Time :1800 - 2200 Hours

See details

25-28 October

Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine

Nanjing Agricultural University, China

See details

24-25 Oct 2005
8:45am - 5:30pm

Veterinary Public Health Workshop 2005

Lecture Theatre, Hong Kong Central Library, Causeway Bay, HK

For those who are interested in joining the government, you are encouraged to attend this workshop. For those who are interested in attending the workshop, please contact Dr. NG Lip-tet (Tel: 2867-5423 or Email: ltng@fehd.gov.hk). You would have to make reservation in advance and get a registration badge for participation.

15th October, 2005
Saturday

Cardiorespiratory Disease in Small Animals: A Short Course

By WSAVA & HKVA

Venue: YMCA of Hong Kong
41 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kln

Time: 7pm-9:00pm Dinner Buffet
8pm-10:00pm Presentation
10:00pm-10:30pm Q&A section

Sponsored by
Bayer, Hill's Pet Nutrition, Intervet & Royal Canin

Presenter
Associate Professor Peter Irwin
School of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences
Murdoch University

Fee: Non-HKVA member HK$380*
HKVA member HK$200*
*This fee includes dinner buffet and proceedings

1st October
Saturday

FUN, FIREWORKS AND EDIFICATION

Kowloon Shangri-La

See details

14-17 September

British Equine Veterinary Congress 2005

Harrogate, Yorks, UK

Please click on the following link for more information regarding the
congress:
http://www.beva.org.uk/index.php?topic=
7828b073d8d907583026ec1801d75dc8

BEVA also do a whole range of CPD courses throughout the year:
http://www.beva.org.uk/index.php?topic=
17d051463620995bd75c03d9d8de2cb4

11 September
Sunday

"From Diagnosis to Dollars": Dentistry in Hong Kong Veterinary Practice

Venue: Langham Hotel, 8, Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

Time: 12.30-5pm

Speakers: Dr David Clarke (Dental Specialist, Melbourne, Australia) and Dr Gerry Pahl (Victoria Vet Clinics, Hong Kong)

Fees: HK$150 (AUS$27) for HKVA members and $300 (AUS$55) for non-members.

Please click on the following link to download a payment form:
http://www.hkva.org/dox/HongKong
DentalInvitationSept2005.pdf

Please note payment by credit card is in AUS$ and made directly to Therapon.

Numbers are limited to 50 attendees so please book early to avoid missing out on this excellent opportunity.

27th July
Wednesday

'A Second Neurotic Evening' with Dr Dianne Lu, BVetMed, MVM, Dip ECVN

A follow up talk focussing on Ataxia.

Mariner's Club, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Time: 8pm

Fees for both events which can be paid on the night (by cash or cheque payable to 'HKVA Ltd') are $50 for members and $150 for non members (there also is chance to join the HKVA at the seminars).

A light curry supper will be available plus a cash bar.

These will be informal and social evenings in which participants will be encouraged to share their thoughts and experiences on the topic and hopefully learn from the experiences of others, please make every effort to attend.

13 - 15 July

The Third International Symposium on Genetics of Animal Health

Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, USA.

Registration and abstract information, sponsors and invited speakers lists
are available on the web site: http://www.ans.iastate.edu/GAH2005.html
Important dates: Abstracts due: March 1, 2005.
Early registration due: April 15, 2005.

This conference will unite researchers from academia and industry to discuss the latest developments in genetics and genomics of prevention of disease in farmed, wild, and companion animals. The progress of future research to protect animal health requires deliberate multi-species and multi-disciplinary integration. State-of-the-science presentations from invited speakers and contributed papers will provide the foundation for futuristic discussions of the role of genomics in improving animal and human health.

Satellite event: a two-day short course on statistical design and analysis of microarray experiments will be offered by Dr. Daniel Nettleton, Department of Statistics, Iowa State University, July 11 - 12, 2005. Information on this short course will soon be available as a link on the symposium web site.

24-26 June

Problem Oriented Approach to Thoracic medicine

Kasetsart Veterinary School, Thailand

See details

23 June

Epidemics of the 21st Century

Mariner's Club, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Time: 8pm

by Dr Paul Gibbs, BVSc, PhD, FRCVS
Professor of Virology, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida


Paul GibbsPaul Gibbs graduated as a veterinarian from the University of Bristol in 1967 and subsequently focused his career on the epidemiology, control and prevention of emerging viral diseases. For nearly 10 years he worked at the Institute of Animal Health in the UK on diseases such as foot-and-mouth disease, bluetongue, sheep pox, and rinderpest. In 1979, he joined the newly established College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Florida. In Florida, apart from teaching, he has worked on several emerging problems and foreign animal diseases that threaten the USA, most recently West Nile virus encephalitis in horses, canine influenza, and bovine spongiform encephalopathy. The focus of his work often takes him overseas to investigate emerging problems. He is a consultant to several international agencies and pharmaceutical companies.

This lecture is jointly sponsored by Hills Pet Nutrition and Royal Canin Hong Kong.

2005 June

International Veterinary Conference, Cairns, Australia, 2005

near Cairns

http://www.vetlearn.org.nz

For details of the conference brochure & registration forms
http://www.hkva.org/docs/Internatianal Veterinary Conference Cairns June 2005.pdf

31 May

A Neurotic Evening

Mariner's Club, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

by Dr Dianne Lu, BVetMed, MVM, Dip ECVN
Reviewing basic neurological exam techniques, diseases and case histories.

Time: 8pm

15 - 20 May

Australian Veterinary Association Conference

Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre

For more information visit the following website: www.ava.com.au or email eventsgc@ava.com.au

11-14 May

World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) Congress

Mexico City, Mexico

For further information check out their website www.wsava.org

30 April (Saturday)&
2 May 2005 (Monday)

HKVA/ Sydney PGF Symposium 2005

YMCA of Hong Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong

See details

8-10 April

Problem Oriented Approach to Abdominal and Neurological diseases

Kasetsart Veterinary School, Thailand

See details

7-10 April

The British Small Animal Veterinary Congress 2005 

National Indoor Arena, Birmingham, UK

For further details and early registration visit their website: www.bsava.com

6 April

Equine Abdominal Disorders And Nutritional Health Problems

Mahidol University, Thailand

See details

14 - 15 March

5th International Colloquium on Animal Acute Phase Proteins

The 2005 Conference will take place in Dublin in March 2005 at the prestigious and recently opened Irish Management Institute Conference Centre.

http://www.appcolloquium5.com

If you have any questions or we can help in any way, please do not hesitate to contact us:
Martin Gallagher
Tridelta plc
Local Organising Committee
Tel: +353-1-2765105
e-mail: info@appcolloquium5.com

17 February

Educational Information Opportunity

Police Officers Club

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