Feline emergency medicine is the theme of the Feline Advisory Bureau (FAB) Study Day to be held on Friday, May 18, at the Royal (Dick) School for Veterinary Studies Hospital for Small Animals, Easter Bush, University of Edinburgh. The study day is sponsored by Dechra.
The meeting is open to all members of FAB and interested members of the public, including veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses, cat breeders, cattery proprietors, those involved in cat rescue and cat owners.
Staff from Edinburgh University’s veterinary school, including Professor in Danièlle Gunn-Moore, Professor in Feline Medicine; Dr Kerry Simpson, FAB Lecturer in Feline Medicine and Head of the Feline Clinic and Stephanie Lalor, FAB Resident, will share their expertise on hepatic lipidosis, kidney failure, anaemia and blood transfusions, poisonings, airgun trauma and cardiac emergencies. An insight into nursing of critical patients will be provided by Dechra feline nurse Sara-Ann Dickinson. In addition, behaviourist Pippa Hutchison will take a closer look at recognition and alleviation of feline fear and anxiety.
For further information about the study day go to www.fabcats.org/conferences
Cost of attending: £38.00 (inclusive of lunch, tea and coffee) for
£45 for non-FAB members.
Book online at www.fabcats.org/conferences or download the registration form and return to the FAB office, Taeselbury, High Street, Tisbury, Wilts SP3 6LD. Alternatively, call on 01747 871872 or email email@example.com to make your booking.
The Feline Advisory Bureau is a charity dedicated to promoting the health and welfare of cats through improved feline knowledge. Since its foundation in 1958, FAB has played a key role in the development of modern feline veterinary medicine. For more information on the charity go to www.fabcats.org
Ends November 28, 2011
For further details contact Karen Bessant, press officer at FAB HQ, on 01747 871 872, or via firstname.lastname@example.org