Challenged by immune-mediated disease? If so, you’re not alone

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Most challenging cases

Canvassing vets about the cases they find most challenging and often frustrating in day-to-day practice, immunology and immune-mediated diseases in small animals kept coming up over and over again as a topic they believed merited a conference of its own.

The CVE listened

It invited the inspirational Steve Holloway to act as the conference Convenor to put together a panel of speakers and design a program relevant for practising vets.

Steve successfully recruited two highly respected authorities in their fields: Michael Shipstone and Andrew Mackin.

Together, they will deliver an educational experience that promises to be exciting, topical and practical.

Learn from three of the world’s best in their fields, who have complementary interests and experience with: infectious diseases, cell biology and immunology; measuring cytokine levels to optimise safe and effective control of immune-mediated disease; and dermatology.

Enjoy our three educators’ very different personalities and unique delivery styles, ensuring the week is never boring.

Join in! The presenters have deliberately organised three out of the four days to conclude with a panel discussion to give you the opportunity to raise immunology cases that you and/or your colleagues found particularly baffling and challenging.

Combine Immunology with Skiing / Adventure / Leisure

And to top off this exciting program led by world-class presenters, the conference is being held in Queenstown, NZ—a spectacular destination which is also the gateway to the Milford Sound, Fiordland, described by Rudyard Kipling as the “eighth wonder of the world”.

Visit cve.edu.au/conference/immunology to read the program.

How will attending this conference benefit me? Hear direct from each of the presenters about how you will benefit at: cve.edu.au/blog.

Book today—both your attitude to your profession and your physical self will feel rejuvenated and you’ll return home to your practice relaxed and ready to refocus.

Learn new knowledge, new possibilities, and new skills in the field of immunology. 

Visit Centre for Veterinary Education.

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