ECC Congress 2022
After two years of virtual events, we’re delighted to announce that ECC Congress 2022 will take place in Leeds on 3-4 November.
We’ve been waiting for this moment. Our Emergency & Critical care Congress will be back in person this year, after two years of virtual events. So, we’ve gone bigger and better than ever. This is where we’ll come together, with a refreshed and renewed focus on what we do best – saving pet’s lives.
Together we’ll learn from the thought leaders in our field. Together, we’ll nurture the wellbeing of both ourselves and our clients. And together we’ll celebrate, with our amazing Winter Wonderland themed gala dinner.
Join us back at The Royal Armouries in Leeds, and get up to 80 hours of CPD at this year’s event, delivered by true ECC royalty. We’ll cover a broad range of subjects across this year’s seven learning streams, from hypo tension and sepsis to breaking bad news to clients and managing mistakes in the media. There’s something for everyone.
We can’t wait to see you there.
Because together, we’ll do great things.
We’re delighted to have motivational leader and speaker Victoria Gosling OBE attend Congress this year as our keynote speaker.
Victoria is a passionate sportswoman and dedicates most of her spare time promoting sport across various sectors. She is Chief Executive for GB Snowsport, Custodian for the Rugby Centurions and is responsible for creating Social Impact on a global platform through the rollout of the Centurions Future Leaders Course for children aged between 11 and 18.
The core of emergency and critical care knowledge, aimed at Vets starting out ECC, as well as appealing to more experienced OOH nurses
This stream will offer practical, real-world tips and will be especially useful for those starting out in the veterinary profession
Relevant for advanced practitioners, this stream will offer advanced level of lectures featuring our High Intensity Interval Brain Training and Controversies sessions
It’s easy to forget that we are important too and this stream will remind us of this, offering advice on how to look after ourselves and our colleagues
New for this year, this stream will focus on the non-clinical team members and skillsets that make the OOH clinic function effectively.
Smaller practical workshops and interactive sessions, allowing delegates the opportunity to participate in their learning
Covering a variety of topics, including case reports and our our famous “The First time I…” sessions taking speakers back to the first time they dealt with a tricky situation.
DVM, DACVECC, Professor, Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Calgary
BVSc CertVA DACVECC DipECVECC MRCVS FHEA, Clinical Director & Veterinary Surgeon, Paragon Referrals
BSc(Hons) BVSc MVetMed CertVC MRCVS DipACVIM DipECVIM-CA, Senior Clinician in Cardiology, Langford Vets
MA VetMB DipECVS CertVR LLB FRCVS RCVS National Surgical Lead, UK Referral Division, IVC,Evidensia
Senior Vice President of VMG, the UK’s leading veterinary leadership and management association, and Executive Director for the World Small Animal Veterinary Association
MA VetMB CertAVP (GSAS) MRCVS, Training Consultant, VDS Training
VetMB MA CertVA DACVECC DECVECC MRCVS, Specialist in Emergency & Critical Care National Clinical Lead in Emergency & Critical Care, IVC Evidensia
RVN CertVN ECC, Head of Clinical Operations (UK Referrals Division), IVC Evidensia