External Courses and Events

02/11/2018 AOVET Course - Principles of Small Animal Fracture Management Mercure Warszawa Centrum, ul. Zlota 48/54, 00-120 Warsaw, Poland
08/11/2018 08:30 Double Pelvis Osteotomy (DPO) CPD Central 204 Manor Place Kennington London SE17 3BN £900
09/11/2018 08:30 PAX (Locking Plate Mastery) CPD Central 204 Manor Place Kennington London SE17 3BN £900
17/11/2018 08:30 TPLO Masterclass Using Locking Plates London £1900
22/11/2018 An Introduction to fracture management using bone plates and screws. Ettington Chase Hotel, Stratford Upon Avon £200 including lunch
09/12/2018 Masters course in feline orthopedics and traumatology Davos, Switzerland 2450 chf

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Autumn meeting 2018

Stratford Upon Avon

Ettington Chase Hotel 

Autumn Meeting 23rd– 25th November 2018

Spine and pelvis"


Harry Scott, Andrew Worth, Colin Driver, Nicola Kulendra, Dominic Barfield.

Peter Bates (human speaker)

A stimulating weekend in prospect. The wide range of experienced speakers include, neurologists, soft tissue surgeons and experienced orthopaedic surgeons. Many aspects of pelvic and spinal disease will be discussed.

There will also be a forum to discuss specialist qualifications in the future. ** This is your opportunity to have your say and express your views**

Peter Bates will give us an insight from the human world – Poly trauma and pelvic fractures!

Our Autumn conference will be held about 15 minutes away from Stratford-upon-Avon, in the heart of the English midlands. A market town dating back to medieval times, Stratford is today most famous as the birthplace of the Elizabethan playwright William Shakespeare. Our venue is the Ettington Chase Hotel, an elegant country house set in 11 acres.

The conference, as usual, starts with registration and lunch on the Friday with an afternoon of lectures.

Friday night’s event will be held at the Royal Shakespeare Company where we will have exclusive use of the Rooftop restaurant. A private coach will take us to the venue where we can enjoy a light buffet style supper. Coaches will be provided returning to the hotel from the RSC. Alternatively, after our supper why not gather a few friends and explore Stratford before making your own way back to the hotel.

Saturday will see a full day of lectures in the hotel with plenty of time to look around the exhibition.
In the evening we will once again take a private coach for our gala dinner.
The venue this year is ‘The British Motor Museum’ where we will dine in style
amongst the largest collection of historic British cars.

Hotel details :- www.ettingtonchasehotel.co.uk



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