FECAVA EuroCongress 2019

   The 25th FECAVA congress will be held in St Petersburg from 4 to 7 September 2019


Don’t miss the opportunity to listen to the best veterinary lectures along with the visit of one of the most beautiful cities in the world!

The Abstract submission deadlinefor the 25th FECAVA EuroCongress is prolonged to 15 February 2019.You can submit your abstract HERE.

PreliminaryCongress Programme is available for download HERE.

Moreinformation you can find on the official Congress website.

IMPORTANT DATES
Abstract submissiondeadline: 15 February 2019
Early registration deadline: 11 March 2019

The congress program reflects the best veterinary practices and is being prepared by world renowned veterinarians. At this congress, you can expect a friendly atmosphere, lectures and master classes from the best veterinary specialists. The joint exhibition platform will represent innovative products and technologies from different countries.

Moreover, St. Petersburg will amaze you with its rich history and architecture, museums and monuments, and its fascination with fountains and canals. There is no doubt that this trip will always remain in your heart!

Don’t miss this opportunity to immerse yourself in a superb veterinary conference in one of the world’s most beautiful cities.


Future FECAVA EuroCongresses:

  2020

  The joint WSAVA/FECAVA/PSLWMZ congress will be held in Warsaw, Poland, from 23-26 September 2020

  2021

   To be decided.


Standard operating procedures

 For standard operating procedures of the FECAVA EuroCongress, click here.


Previous FECAVA Congresses

Previous FECAVA congresses were held in Paris (1994), Brussels (1995), Jerusalem* (1996), Birmingham* (1997), Bologna (1998), Lyon* (1999), Amsterdam* (2000), Berlin (2001), Granada* (2002), Estoril  (2003), Rhodes* (2004), Krakow (2005), Prague* (2006), Dubrovnik (2007), Dublin* (2008), Lille (2009), Geneva* (2010), Istanbul (2011), Birmingham* (2012), Dublin (2013), Munich (2014), Barcelona (2015), Vienna (2016), Copenhagen* (2017) and Tallinn (2018).

   * together with WSAVA