European Society of Veterinary Neurology (ESVN)
1988 Bern Switzerland
1988, Bern (Switzerland).
Advance veterinary neurology in Europe and increase the competency of those who practice in this field by: (a) establishing guidelines for post-graduate education and experience as a prerequisite to becoming a specialist in the discipline of veterinary neurology through the academic college 'European College of Veterinary Neurology (ECVN)'; (b) examining and authenticating veterinarians as specialists in veterinary neurology through the ECVN to serve the veterinary patients, their owners and the public in general, by providing expert care for animals with neurological disease; (c) encouraging research and other contributions to knowledge relating to the pathogenesis, diagnosis, therapy, prevention and the control of diseases directly or indirectly affecting the nervous system of animals, and promoting communication and dissemination of this knowledge; (d) remaining a non-profit making organization that does not pursue commercial interests.
Events2021-09-16 | Venice, Italy – Annual Symposium
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General Meeting (annual); Board. Academic college: E-XE2685 - European College of Veterinary Neurology (ECVN).
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