November 2011
Veterinary Ireland Journal;Nov2011, Vol. 1 Issue 11, p583
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the Continuing Veterinary Education (CVE) meetings of the Veterinary Council of Ireland. He says that the event would give information to veterinarians on new expertise, clinical techniques, and not just CVE credits needed for registration. An overview of other conferences such as the Irish Equine Veterinary Conference, and Veterinary Ireland AGM is offered. The author also mentions the lecture of Noel Fitzpatrick on topics including cars, orthopaedics, and neurosurgery.


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