At the recent AGM EVECCS decided to lower the EVECCS only student membership fee to 50€ to mirror the recent lowering of the joint VECCS/EVECCS student membership fee to $50 and to encourage more students to join.
IVPOCUS will take place on the 18-20 November 2019 with 17-hours of RACE-approved continuing education through lectures, roundtables and ultrasound scanning including combinations of dry lab for developing ultrasound-guidance techniques, demonstrations, and scanning of live dogs.
The mission of the European Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (EVECCS) and the European College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ECVECC) is to advance the knowledge and high standards of practice in veterinary emergency medicine and critical patient care. This is the main goal of the joint EVECC congress held every year.
The Scientific Committee is seeking proposals for presentation topics for our 19th EVECC congress, that will take place in the enchanted and historical city of Ghent, Belgium, from the 4th to the 6th of June 2020.
More information on this and how to hand in your proposal on the congress website.
The European Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (EVECCS) promotes the development of veterinary emergency and critical care across Europe. In order to improve the accessibility of this specialty to colleagues, EVECCS has now developed an Annual Travel Grant for two of its members.
Further information on these grants, how and when to apply for them can be found on the Awards and Grants page.
The European Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Society (EVECCS), in partnership with scil animal care company is soliciting applications for the 2019 scil EVECC Research grant. The grant will fund a single research project that focuses on a clinical problem relevant to Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care up to a total of €5000!
More information and application forms can be found on the Awards and Grants page
The European Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (EVECCS) promotes the development of veterinary emergency and critical care across Europe. In order to improve the accessibility of this specialty to colleagues, EVECCS has now developed an Annual Travel Grant for two of its members. Two travel grants will be offered annually: one for a veterinarian, and one for a nurse/technician.
Each winner of the travel grant will receive a sum of 1000€ to visit a European institution before the 1st of June 2019. The travel grant is dedicated to help cover expenses related to your visit (charged visit
fees, travel, accommodation…)
Young vets looking for an internship or a residency program, technicians or nurses interested to improve their skills, as well as experienced vets/technicians/nurses willing to improve their knowledge and/or acquire new techniques are warmly invited to apply.
Attached to this post, you will find a list of institutions and contact details of the local supervisors. Please carefully check the details for each institution, particularly the possible periods, durations, as well as required language skills. Please note that facilities may charge fees for the visit. Afterwards contact the local supervisor to make further inquiries and assess the feasibility of a visit. As soon as the applicant and local
supervisor have come to an agreement, the application form must be filled in and signed by both. Applications are open until the 1st of June 2018 and must be signed and submitted to travel committee at email@example.com.
The travel grant committee will evaluate all applications, considering the candidate’s profile, curriculum vitae, interest in ECC and capacity to communicate in language spoken at the visiting institution. The winner of the grant will be announced at the next EVECC congress in Venice. The winner will be noticed prior to the congress via mail and will be promoted on the EVECCS website and social media after the congress. At the
end of the visit, we will ask for a short evaluation to both the applicant and the local supervisor. The applicant will write a short report of their visit, for potential use on the EVECCS website, newsletter and/or EVECCS booth at congress(es), to be received by the 1st of June 2018 at the latest.
Please download and complete the attached application forms.
EVECCS and ECVECC would like to remind you that the possibility to apply to become an ECVECC Diplomate by both the De Facto or Interim Credentials and Examination route will expire on June 30 th 2019. The last opportunity to apply will be:
– For De-Facto process: September 15 th 2018
– For Interim Credential process: January 15 th 2019
In you are interested applying, please go to the ECVECC website for further information or please do not hesitate to contact me directly on firstname.lastname@example.org
As in previous years, graduate veterinarians and nurses who are 35 years or less on the first day of scientific sessions (Thursday 21st, June 2018) are invited to apply for sponsorship of the registration to attend the main congress scientific sessions. The number of places allocated for each country is strictly limited (3 persons per country of origin) and will be selected by Royal Canin. Therefore it is recommended to apply as soon as possible as the submission period starts on November 1th 2017 0:00 CET (GMT+1) and will be closed when the number of free registration is reached.
Applications made before or after this period will be dismissed.
Please note that submission of an application does not guarantee free congress registration. You will receive a confirmation/rejection whether you are entitled for the free Royal Canin registration before January 31st 2018.
Find more information about this on the EVECC Congress website.
scil animal care company is pleased to announce the 2017 awardee: Congratulations to Dr. Yaron Bruchim from the Departments of Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care and Small Animal Internal Medicine, Koret School of Veterinary Medicine, Hebrew University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Jerusalem, Israel and his project “Serum histones as biomarkers of insult severity in dogs with septic peritonitis”.