The BVDA is set to hold a special annual virtual conference in 2020 as it’s being held online for the first time, with the help of The Webinar Vet. The BVDA Virtual Conference will consist of two live streams of webinars, running simultaneously from 9am – 5pm on Wednesday 23rd
The virtual conference is aimed at those taking their first steps in veterinary dentistry right through to specialists. The essentials and advanced streams will include a keynote address from Prof Iain Chapple, Head of Birmingham Dental School, as well as interactive sessions and state of the art lectures.
Both webinar streams will also be available to watch on demand after the live event for the next 6 months.
Speaking about the partnership Anthony Chadwick, founder of The Webinar Vet said:
‘’The Webinar Vet is extremely pleased to be assisting BVDA in bringing their annual conference alive during these turbulent times. Meeting face to face is going to be difficult for next 12 months and I am thrilled that we are in a position to support the veterinary dental community in running a very successful event’’.
Paul Cooper, President at BVDA added:
‘’The British Veterinary Dental Association are pleased to be holding our annual Scientific meeting as a virtual event this year, in partnership with the Webinar Vet. The combination of our high-quality speakers, in two streams, and the expertise of the Webinar Vet at hosting such on-line events will ensure a great learning experience for our delegates, in a cost-effective way.’’
Veterinary professionals interested in dentistry simply need to register their interest online.
The Virtual Conference will cover:
- Keynote: Periodontal Systemic Disease Connection from Professor Iain Chapple
- Clinical Examination and Charting
- Oral Masses
- Malocclusions and Treatment Options
- Surgical Extraction Technique and Complications
- Not just extractions – what a dentist can do
- Feline jaw fracture repair
- A boxer with bilateral dentigerous cysts
- Radiography in Dogs and Cats
- Canine Chronic Ulcerative Stomatitis
- Vertical Mandibular range of motion and mandibular length ratio as a non- invasive tool for assessment on TMJ function in dogs under anaesthesia
- Latest Insights in Companion Animal Oral Health
- What are the Hidden Dangers in your Dental Unit?
- Periodontal/Gingival Histopathology