VET19 has attracted speakers from across the globe, and we are proud to have them be a part of the conference

The conference organising group has collated a stimulating, informative and educational programme delivered by highly regarded experts in the field. Confirmed speakers are listed below:

More speakers will be announced soon, as well as a full and exciting programme.

  • Professor Trish Greenhalgh
    Professor Trish Greenhalgh
    Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford
  • Professor Peter Cockcroft
    Professor Peter Cockcroft
    Head of Veterinary Education, University of Surrey (Editor in Chief, Veterinary Evidence)
  • Dr Rachel Dean
    Dr Rachel Dean
    Director of Clinical Research and Excellence in Practice, Vet Partners
  • Jacqui Molyneux
    Jacqui Molyneux
    Chair, RCVS Knowledge
  • Mark Morton
    Mark Morton
    RCVS Specialist in Small Animal Orthopaedics, ChesterGates Veterinary Specialists
  • Sally Everitt
    Sally Everitt
    Chair, inFOCUS
  • Dr Carol Gray
    Dr Carol Gray
    Doctoral Researcher, Birmingham Law School
  • Pam Mosedale
    Pam Mosedale
    Vice Chair, RCVS Knowledge Quality Improvement Advisory Panel
  • David Morton
    David Morton
    Chair RCVS Ethics Panel
  • Lizzie Lockett
    Lizzie Lockett
    CEO, RCVS
  • Amanda Boag
    Amanda Boag
    Clinical Director, Vets Now. President, RCVS
  • Ulrika Grönlund
    Ulrika Grönlund
    Group Medical Quality Manager, AniCura
Professor Trish Greenhalgh
Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford
Professor Peter Cockcroft
Head of Veterinary Education, University of Surrey (Editor in Chief, Veterinary Evidence)
Dr Rachel Dean
Director of Clinical Research and Excellence in Practice, Vet Partners
Jacqui Molyneux
Chair, RCVS Knowledge
Mark Morton
RCVS Specialist in Small Animal Orthopaedics, ChesterGates Veterinary Specialists
Sally Everitt
Chair, inFOCUS
Dr Carol Gray
Doctoral Researcher, Birmingham Law School

After qualifying as a veterinary surgeon, I spent 15 years in clinical practice. I then moved into academia, lecturing at Liverpool vet school for 13 years. I completed a part-time Masters in Medical Ethics and Law while at Liverpool, and decided to develop my dissertation topic on informed consent into a full-time doctorate.

Pam Mosedale
Vice Chair, RCVS Knowledge Quality Improvement Advisory Panel
David Morton
Chair RCVS Ethics Panel

Speaking on:
1215 – 1300, Friday 28th June 2019

Lizzie Lockett
CEO, RCVS
Amanda Boag
Clinical Director, Vets Now. President, RCVS
Ulrika Grönlund
Group Medical Quality Manager, AniCura

DVM, PhD and associate professor in infection control, Ulrika is a vet expert in infection control, antimicrobial resistance and treatments. Ulrika is also responsible for a medical quality programme focusing on patient safety.