First World Feline Veterinary Conference Set For September

Date set for September for first world feline veterinary conference.

The American Association of Feline Practitioners and the International Society of Feline Medicine will introduce the 1st World Feline Veterinary Conference on Sept. 8-11 in Boston.

The theme will be "Cardiovascular Disease: The Heart of Feline Medicine."

The conference is geared for veterinarians, veterinary technicians and students from varied clinical backgrounds who are interested in learning about feline cardiology.

“Feline health and wellness is a global issue,” said Roberta Lillich, DVM, the AAFP program committee chair and past president. “The 2011 conference will bring together practitioners from all over the world, giving us the opportunity to make a difference by working together.”

The event will include 42 exhibiting companies as well as feline focused seminars.
Twenty-one general continuing education credits and four additional ancillary continuing education credits will be offered.

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