Why join us as a partner, sponsor or exhibitor?
Veterinary Evidence Today is the must-attend conference for evidence-based medicine (EBVM) in the 2016 veterinary calendar, combining three days of excellent content, an engaging exhibition and a lively programme of social events.
The exhibition will be a focal point of the conference and will feature the veterinary industry’s leading names, coming together to demonstrate their association with EBVM and showcase their products and services under one roof. When not in formal sessions, delegates will spend the majority of their time in the exhibition. In addition to being open throughout the conference, the exhibition hall will also be the location for all lunch and refreshment breaks.
Norbrook is proud to have a long-established relationship with RCVS Knowledge and has been a committed EBVM Partner since 2014. Being involved in these excellent events gives us the opportunity to talk to the profession and demonstrate our support for this key development in veterinary medicine.
At ROYAL CANIN®, we base our diets on evidence of nutritional benefit to cats and dogs, drawing on independently published studies and working with veterinarians in practice and academia to prove they work. This is why we are proud to have been the first pet food company to support the EBVM initiative and to continue our support. Partnering with RCVS Knowledge and like-minded companies in their events since 2014 has been really valuable for us and helps us bring better evidence to veterinarians in practice.
At Vets Now we believe that EBVM is essential to improve the lives of pets and vets. We are delighted to have supported both the International EBVM Network Conference in 2014 and Skills Day in 2015 and we look forward to 2016 being every bit as inspiring!
At Vets4Pets Companion Care we strongly believe that an evidence-based approach to veterinary care is the only one to take and we’re delighted that RCVS Knowledge is taking a lead on this. They have our wholehearted support.
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