The London Vet Show - a selection of 20 top lectures

The London Vet Show, in association with the Royal Veterinary College and the British Veterinary Association, is a two-day conference with Europe’s largest exhibition for veterinary professionals. Treat yourself to some quality CPD via seven clinical streams, a business stream, sponsor-led workshops and association rooms. This year there will be over 200 speakers in total.

Posted: 12 November 2019

The London Vet Show - a selection of 20 top lectures

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The London Vet Show holds its annual Congress at the ExCel Exhibition Centre in London this month between the 14th and 15th November.

If you’ve not already booked your place, we recommend you visit the London Vet Show website and register now>

Can you find time for these 10 lectures?

We’ve had a look through the lectures and have selected some we think may be of particular interest to you.

  1. Anaesthesia for exotics - top tips! by Vicki Baldrey – RVC Nursing Theatre on Thursday at 12pm.
  2. Behaviour Detectives - The Curious Case Of The Dog In The Bedroom by Laura Vico and Tamsin Durston – Gallery Suite 12 on Thursday at 11:30am
  3. Neutering techniques in small mammals by Agata Witkowska – Gallery Suite 12 on Thursday at 13.00pm.
  4. Blood sampling techniques and interpretation in small mammals presented by Caroline Johnson – Gallery Suite 12 at 2pm on Thursday
  5. Elective Surgery - First Contact to Final Checks presented by Molly Varga and Jo Hinde – Gallery Suite 11 on Thursday at 2:50pm and 4:00pm. This lecture will cover elective neutering of rabbits.
  6. Vet nurses are not mini-vets! Shaping a distinct future for RVN’s by James Russell from the BVA – in the BVA Congress area on Friday at 9:30am.
  7. Costing the earth? Now is the time to green the vet profession presented by David Pencheon and Ellie West – BVA Congress area on Thursday at 9:30am
  8. What to do when work/life balance gets tough presented by Mary Hall, Alex Davies and Niall Connell – Gallery Suite 23/24 on Thursday at 10:20am
  9. Top tips for surviving your early years in practice presented by Chloe Roberts, Lizzie Bewsey-Dyke and Eleanor Price – Gallery Suite 23/24 on Thursday at 11:50am
  10. Does it hurt? Pain assessment and pain relief in birds and reptiles presented by Krissy Green – Gallery Suite 12 on Thursday at 15:00pm

What’s Plan B? – 10 inspired lectures in the RVC Clinical Theatres

This year there is also theme of lectures to get you thinking. We all like a plan, but what happens when your Plan A needs changing. Do you have a Plan B? These lectures will be sure to get you thinking.

  1. What’s Plan B? For the rabbit with snuffles and the guinea pig with cystitis presented by Vicki Baldrey – RVC Clinical Theatre 3 on Thursday at 9:00am
  2. What’s Plan B? For acute pancreatitis in the dog presented by David Twedt – RVC Clinical Theatre 1 on Thursday at 15:40pm
  3. What’s Plan B? For the patient with shock presented by Karen Humm – RVC Theatre 2 on Thursday at 13:45pm
  4. What’s Plan B? For gingivostomatitis in the cat presented by Rachel Perry – RVC Clinical Theatre 2 on Thursday at 16:15pm
  5. What’s Plan B? For the patient with chronic or recurrent diarrhoea presented by Edward Hall – RVC Clinical Theatre 3 on Thursday at 16:50pm
  6. What’s Plan B? For the non-healing wound presented by Zoe Halfacre – RVC Clinical Theatre 1 on Friday at 14:55pm
  7. What’s Plan B? For the corneal ulcer that just won’t heal presented by Christine Heinrich – RVC Clinical Theatre 2 on Friday at 10:35am
  8. What’s Plan B? For the cat with chronic kidney disease presented by Harriet Syme – RVC Clinical Theatre 2 on Friday at 15:40pm
  9. What’s Plan B? For recalcitrant kittens with recurrent elimination issues presented by Kersti Seksel – RVC Clinical Theatre 1 on Thursday at 10:30am
  10. What’s Plan B? For the patient with chronic otitis presented by Anke Hendricks – RVC Clinical Theatre 3 on Friday at 11:25am

These are just our selection, but we definitely recommend you take some time and plan your lectures yourself by studying the clinical programme in detail. The full conference list of lectures is available online via the London Vet Show website.

The Conference Programme >

Burgess Pet Care will be there, so why not come along to see us. We will be in the main LVS Exhibition Hall on Stand N07.

We will be exhibiting our full range of award-winning and nutritious pet foods.

Did you know we are the main organisers of Rabbit Awareness Week, the UK’s largest animal welfare campaign for rabbits? We work alongside the veterinary community to improve awareness around the welfare needs of rabbits.

Our Marketing Manager, Peter Lancaster says:

“It’s fantastic to be back with a stand at this year’s London Vet Show. We’re extremely proud to work alongside the veterinary community and supply them with high quality and nutritious pet foods that vets and their clients can trust. We look forward to attending the show and showcasing our range of award-winning products.”

Don’t forget to come and see us on Stand No7

We’ll be there to answer your questions and show you our products, and maybe you be lucky to walk away with some freebies for you and your practice.

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