Veterinary Management of African Wildlife Conference

Submitted by mkemp on Thu, 01/12/2017 - 09:50

Presented by the Faculty of Veterinary Science and the South African Veterinary Association (SAVA) Wildlife Group. This conference will be held over four days at Lecture Hall 1-35, Arnold Theiler Building situated at the Faculty of Veterinary Science, Onderstepoort, Pretoria, South Africa. The conference will have the following themes: Rhino and Elephant Conservation Medicine, People and Wildlife, Applied Clinical Practice, Wildlife diseases, and Nutrition.

We aim to provide an international platform for researchers and veterinarians to present their knowledge and experience and facilitate a learning and networking opportunity of great value for veterinarians and scientists with an interest in wildlife management. Papers, case studies, research results reviewing recent advances, or relating to research into matters concerning relevant topics that will be of interest to wildlife and zoo veterinarians and scientists will be appreciated. The abstracts of the oral and poster presentations will be published. Requirements for abstracts can be found at The format for the abstracts is flexible, but should contain a clear objective, methods and results (where applicable) and a logical conclusion. Successful authors will be notified within 2 weeks. Submitters must be willing to accept the terms and conditions or speakers.

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