World Equine Veterinary Association Conference (WEVA) 2019

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World Equine Veterinary Association Conference (WEVA) 2019

October 5 - October 9

The Event is promoted by WEVA – World Equine Veterinary Association – whose goal is to advance the health and welfare of horses worldwide by promoting and offering quality continuing education for equine practitioners, specifically in countries with limited access to high quality, broad-based professional education.

It will represent an opportunity to show and share research achievements in Equine, to learn the innovations and novelties in the field and to interact with distinguished world leaders and promising researchers. Therefore, it will be a fruitful promotional occasion for the Companies involved in this subject as well.

More than 800 delegates from Europe, North America, South America, Asia and Australia and from countries that belongs to the Mediterranean area are expected.

Topics Include:

• musculoskeletal
• gastrointestinal
• critical care
• endocrine
• upper respiratory tract
• lower respiratory tract
• cardiology
• infectious disease
• theriogenology and obstetrics
• ophthalmology
• perinatology
• welfare
• anaesthesia
• surgery
• dermatology
• neurology
• parasitology
• diagnostic imaging
• dentistry
• epidemiology
• exercise physiology


October 5
October 9


EV Soc. cons. a r.l.


V.le del Lavoro 8
Verona, 37135 Italy
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