Welcome

 

It is an honour  and a pleasure to extend  to you , on behalf of the European Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society and the European College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care , a warm invitation to the 18th annual European Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Congress in Tallinn, Estonia.

Estonia is a country in Eastern Europe whose varied landscape includes bays, straits, inlets, and an estimated 1,500 islands. It is bordered by Russia, Latvia, the Gulf of Finland, and the Baltic Sea. The mainland is flat and heavily forested. Estonia is a member of the European Union (EU). 

You can fly, sail, ride or drive to Estonia from anywhere in Europe. This small coastal country in North-eastern Europe is a short ferry trip away from Finland and Sweden, a coach ride away from such European capitals as Warsaw and Berlin, and an over- night train from Saint Petersburg will take you to the heart of Tallinn. 

Tallinn, the Estonian capital, whose Historic Centre is a UNESCO World Heritage site, was granted city rights in the 13th century by the King of Denmark. Since then, the streets of Tallinn have seen many world powers: from the Danes and the Swedes to the Germans, and tsarist and Soviet Russia. Tallinn Old Town is full of mediaeval houses and alleyways and is still protected by the remnants of the city wall. The wealth of architecture in Tallinn means that there are many legends and stories to explore. 

On behalf of the Local Organising Committee, the European Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society and the European College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, I would love to invite you to the 18th annual European Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Congress in Tallinn, ESTONIA. 

The aim of the conference is to provide up-to-date information and practical knowledge about gastrointestinal diagnostics, disorders, surgery and clinical nutrition. The meeting will be suitable for veterinarians and veterinary nurses interested in intensive care, emergencies, surgery, gastroenterology, internal medicine and clinical nutrition.  Parallel streams for veterinarians (refresher and advanced) and veterinary nurses will be held. The poster and abstract sessions will give you a broad overview of the most current research. You can participate in very active discussions and cutting-edge lectures delivered by some of the world’s top specialists. 

The Local Organising Committee in close collaboration with EVECCS look forward to welcoming You in Tallinn for EVECCS 2019 

 Heli Säre
 Chair of the LOC

 

 


 

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Hotels

Hotels

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Accessibility to Ghent

Accessibility to Ghent

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Meet our 2020 Keynote speaker!

Meet our 2020 Keynote speaker!

Jean-Louis Vincent, Professor of Intensive Care at the University of Brussels, and intensivist in the Department of Intensive Care at the Erasme University Hospital in Brussels

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