The American College of Veterinary Surgeons annual Surgery Summit will be held Oct. 11-14 in Indianapolis.
“ACVS 2017 will feature keynote lectures, round table discussions and hands-on laboratories designed to keep attendees on the cutting edge veterinary science,” state conference organizers.
“Attendees will also be able to meet with top veterinary equipment vendors for the latest devices and services.”
The conference aims to bring attendees up to date on the latest in surgical research and practical strategies for case management.
Thirty-eight seminars will discuss minimally invasive surgery, sports medicine, rehabilitation, pain management, neurology, imaging assisted surgery, genitourinary, oncology and more.
There will be 400 lectures on topics including regenerative medicine, virtual reality medical simulation, critical care, joint replacement options, complementary therapies and alternative careers in surgery.
The hands-on laboratories for specialists, general practitioners and technicians will provide real-world experience in new techniques. Through this conference you will be able to earn 20 hours of advanced level continuing education credits.
Dubbed ‘The Crossroads of America,’ Indianapolis is within a one day drive of 70 per cent of the United States’ population – so unless you live in Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico, you shouldn’t have to complain about the commute.
There’s plenty of fun in and around this city that doesn’t have anything to do with animals – if you’re looking for a break.
Naturally, Dragon Veterinary will be in Indianapolis too.
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