The WSAVA 2021 World Congress goes hybrid
This new hybrid conference model will allow delegates with travel restrictions a chance to engage online and those who can make the trip, face-to-face interaction.
The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) recently announced that its World Congress, planned in partnership with the Federation of Companion Animal Veterinary Associations (FECAVA), will be a hybrid event.
“We believe offering a hybrid model is the best way to ensure that as many delegates as possible can benefit from our speakers’ experience and expertise and we’re looking forward to welcoming both our face-to-face and online delegates to the WSAVA/FECAVA Congress,” says WSAVA’s Chief Executive Officer Arpita Bhose, in the release.
In addition to watching lectures, online delegates will also be able to review poster submissions, browse the virtual exhibit hall, and attend special WSAVA sessions, including the “Shaping the Future” lecture, says Bhose. Veterinary experts will also be speaking in more than 50 online streams.
To learn more about this event and to register, go here.