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Conference, training and workshopsrdshire, offered by "Evidende Group Limited"

"Evidence Group Limited" offers training courses on independent ‘evidence based’ guidance on the latest livestock research, development and technical innovation across all farmed animals.

For more informations click the following link: http://ebvc.co.uk/our-services/conferences-training-workshops/

 

Total dairy seminar, June 14th and 15th 2017, Keele University, Staffordshire, UK

The foremost aim of Total Dairy, and its predecessor the Large Herd Seminar, has always been to provide a format and content that is readily accessible to a mixed audience of farmers, vets and nutritionists. Our challenge is to blend the technical with the practical as we strive to be as valuable to our audience as possible. Building on an established reputation for hosting an event which focusses on quality in every sense we are now consistently able to attract outstanding speakers from a wide variety of backgrounds and from all over the world to share their philosophies, practices and research.

After the success of the first Large Herd Seminar in 2005 for an audience of 80 the decision was taken to make it an annual event. Now an established date in the dairy calendar audiences of forward-thinking dairy producers, leading large animal veterinary surgeons and progressive companies who supply the dairy industry are approaching 400. Direct access to the latest research findings, management know-how and practical techniques from around the world, in a relaxed, enjoyable environment, continues to help improve their herd productivity and performance.

This is quite a large seminar attended by veterinarians, consultants, advisor and farmers and has an international line up of speakers. We welcome poster submissions on any dairy related subject, which would mean a free day ticket, though deadline for submission is 28th April. More information is available via the link. http://totaldairy.com/total-dairy-seminar/overview/

 

Summer Class in Biostatistics and Epidemiology for Comparative Studies, Maisons-Alfort (France), June 26th to 28th 2017

A 3-day training session mixing theoretical and practical (on XLSTAT®) learning sessions in order to better understand statistics presented in research papers in veterinary medicine, dealing with comparative studies (case-control or cohort studies, or clinical trials).
The only prerequisite is: having read papers presenting p-values for comparisons of (at least) two groups of animals.
For further information (program and fees), please visit the website: http://alforpro.vet-alfort.fr/course/view.php?id=191

 

International Conference of Lameness in Ruminants, Munich (Germany) , September 6th to 9th, 2017

The International Conference of Lameness in Ruminants will be organized in Munich, Germany from 6.- 9. Sept. 2017.
From now on the Call for abstracts is open.

Abstract submission deadline: 6th January 2017.
Website www.lamenessinruminants2017.com for submission guidelines and abstract submission.

The Symposium theme is Lameness in Ruminants: Mobility, Health and Animal Welfare.
During submission you have to select a category for your abstract.
Abstracts Review Procedure All abstracts will be reviewed by at least three reviewers (Scientific Committee). Successful submissions will be announced for oral presentation or poster presentation at the LIR 2017 Conference, Munich.
Presenting Authors: Register for the Conference LIR 2017 Presenting authors will be required to register for the conference.
Authors not registered for the conference will not have their abstract(s) included in the conference program or any other publication.
Registration will be opened in December 2016.
We are happy to welcome you in the capital and cultural centre of Bavaria providing a unique atmosphere for a fruitful and inspirational meeting.