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  Pre-BSAVA satellite meeting: ‘What’s new and hot?’ 5th April 2017   Call for abstracts    
  The AVSTS would like to thank Nicola Kulendra and Catherine Sturgeon for the organisation of this years autumn meeting in Manchester. The meeting was a huge success and it was great to see such a good turn-out.  We hope to see everybody on the 17th of April in Birmingham for the AVSTS...
We are delighted to announce that AVSTS will be hosting 3 sessions at the London Vet Show 2016 on Thursday 17th November and we have been lucky enough to secure 2 complimentary passes for our members – worth over £400 each!
  The AVSTS would like to congrulate Elinor Bowen from Bristol University for winning the Peter Holt award 2016. Elinor presented her paper on "thin plastic films used for surgical attenuation of portosystemic shunts in dogs and cats" at the AVSTS satellite meeting. ...
Wear Referrals Residency in Small Animal Surgery.  
Small Animal Specialist Surgeon     Calder Vets is a rapidly growing multi-disciplinary referral practice supported by and expanding network of 12 first opinion practices throughout the Calderdale Valley, just south of the centre of Leeds. Our aim is to provide an outstanding level of...
  Residency Training Programme in Small Animal Surgery   Applications from highly motivated and ambitious colleagues are invited to undertake a Residency Training Programme in Small Animal Surgery, to start in July 2016.  
Dear members and other soft tissue surgery enthousiasts,  we are pleased to announce that registration is now open for this years spring meeting which will be held in Birmingham on the 6th of April.   Full details can be found on the website. 
The AVSTS would like to invite abstracts to be presented at the AVSTS spring meeting in Birmingham on the 8th of April. Abstracts should be no longer then 250 words and can relate to novel surgical techniques, research studies or clinical case series and will form the basis of a 10 minute...