VMA annual House of Lords debate - Veterinary Practice
Your browser is out-of-date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now


VMA annual House of Lords debate

Places are still available for the Veterinary Marketing Association (VMA)’s annual House of Lords debate on Wednesday 15 June

The Veterinary Marketing Association (VMA)’s annual House of Lords debate is taking place on Wednesday 15 June, where delegates will be invited to discuss and debate the topic of marketing veterinary medicines in 2023 and beyond.

After entering the prestigious Palace of Westminster, delegates will hear presentations on several topics including the challenges facing the supply of POM-V medicines to Northern Ireland, the challenges of ensuring existing/new/innovative products, and sustainability for animal health marketers.

The impressive line-up of speakers includes Dawn Howard, chief executive of the National Office of Animal Health, Simon Doherty, director of Vet Sustain, Marian Boss, interim head of the Legislation and Enforcement Office at the Veterinary Medicines Directorate, and Roshan Kapoor from WeAreMBC.

A lively debate will no doubt ensue and the event concludes with a prosecco reception and a mouth-watering four course lunch in the stunning surrounds of The Terrace beside the River Thames.

This event is not to be missed and is suitable for all animal health marketers. A limited number of places are still available and can be booked at online via the VMA website.

Have you heard about our
IVP Membership?

A wide range of veterinary CPD and resources by leading veterinary professionals.

Stress-free CPD tracking and certification, you’ll wonder how you coped without it.

Discover more