5th Vital Sign – How nutrients save lives

Welcome to the 5th vital sign congress!

WHEN: 24 September 2017
WHERE: Scandic Copenhagen, Vester Søgade 6 1601 Denmark
TIME:  13.30 PM

Registration: www.delegia.com/5th

ABOUT

5th Vital Sign – How nutrients save lives

We are proud to invite you to a WSAVA pre congress on 24 september 2017 in København V.
 
WSAVA recommends incorporating nutritional assessment into regular patient care as part of the standard physical examination for all small animals. What does this mean for you patients? And what does it mean for the health of your practice?
At the Royal Canin 5th Vital Sign Congress, we will give you some answers to these questions.

SPEAKERS

To give you these answers we have:
Alex German, Professor of Small Animal Medicine at the University of Liverpool.
Dr. Daniel Aja, Senior Vice President of Medical Operations and Chief Medical Officer, Banfield Pet Hospital.
Jeannine Taaffe, Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Banfield Pet Hospital.
Daniel L CHAN, Professor of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine and Clinical Nutrition at the Royal Veterinary College.
Dr. Stefanie Handl, Veterinary specialist in nutrition and dietetics, Dip. ECVCN, Futterambulanz nutritionist practice
 
In the evening you also have the opportunity to attend a Meet & Greet together with our speakers in an informal Copenhagen atmosphere at Tivoli, where you also will get the chance to meet one of Royal Canin's global leaders Fabiano Lima, Global Corporate Affairs Vice President.

EVENT

WHEN:    24 SEPTEMBER 2017

TIME:      13:30 PM

WHERE:  SCANDIC COPENHAGEN, Vester Søgade 6 1601 DENMARK

WHAT:    CONGRESS BY ROYAL CANIN
                 LUNCH & DINNER INCLUDED!
                TIVOLI MINGLE WITH DJ & SAXOPHONIST

REGISTRATION:

 www.delegia.com/5th

FIRST-COME,FIRST-SERVED BASIS!

Limited amount of seats

RSVP  6 September 2017

The 5th Vital Sign Congress is free of charge. However, there is a no-show fee of 100euro/1000sek

QUESTIONS 

Sofia@demogroup.se  or  +46 762480100

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