Why attend WSAVA/FASAVA 2018?
Lectures, seminars, interaction with international colleagues, and more..! Hear about the added value of attending the WSAVA Congress.
You're invited to WSAVA/FASAVA 2018 in Singapore! Get a small taste of what’s in store for this unforgettable event!
Global Interaction & Sharing Knowledge
WSAVA is a unique event, bringing together people from all around the world to share knowledge, meet and build bridges.
Recent developments in the field
Hereditary diseases, flea and tick control and pain management. WSAVA is on top of the most recent development in the field.
Hear from your peers
Why do they recommend you join WSAVA 2018? Comradery, collaboration and meeting people from all around the world.
The value of WSAVA
Congress participants tell you how attending WSAVA helps you in your profession and professional knowledge.
The Next Hot Topics in Veterinary Medicine
What are the next hot topics in the Veterinarian field that will be on the agenda at WSAVA/FASAVA 2018 in Singapore? Hear from the Congress leaders and don’t miss out on an unforgettable scientific experience!
WSAVA in ONE word
How would you describe WSAVA?
WSAVA for Students
Hear from the President of the International Veterinary Student Association (IVSA) on why students should not miss the WSAVA Congress.
Join us in Singapore!
Dr. Shane Ryan, WSAVA Vice President, invites you to come along to fantastic Singapore, where we will focus amongst other topics on animal welfare guidelines and antimicrobial resistance.
A Global Perspective
An international faculty in a regional area, education in all aspects of veterinary medicine, with people from 70 different countries worldwide. It is this global outtake that makes WSAVA unique.
Your Veterinary Community
Veterinary leaders and specialists from all over the world come together at the WSAVA Congresses. We are one veterinary family, come and experience it!
A Melting Pot of Veterinary Talent
Talent from all over the world gathers at the WSAVA Congresses. A friendly and educational environment, that is how one of our delegates describes the Congress experience. Hear from Dr. Patricia Shuen.