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THE annual congress of the British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA) celebrated its 40th birthday in style this month, with three packed days of lectures, workshops, meetings and social events. The congress, held at the International Centre in Telford, was bigger and better than last year, attracting over 1300 delegates from all over the UK.
Lecture topics were wide-ranging and included obesity, research ethics, social networking, emerging diseases and care during anaesthesia. After the success of last year's pre-congress equine CPD day, this was integrated into the congress itself, offering attendees a chance to learn about raising orphan foals, caring for neonates in the operating theatre and mare nutrition, …
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