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Rimini, Italy - In a significant milestone for the veterinary community, the inaugural International Congress ATAV (Association of Veterinary Auxiliary Technicians) for Veterinary Technicians is set to take place on May 25-26, 2024, in the picturesque city of Rimini, Italy during one of the largest Veterinary Medicine Congresses in Europe. The Rimini Congress promises to convene veterinary professionals from across the continent, dedicated to advancing their knowledge, skills, and networking opportunities.

A highlight of this eagerly anticipated event will be the esteemed lineup of speakers, among them Julie Dugmore, RVN, Chair of ACOVENE (Accreditation Committee for Veterinary Nurse Education in Europe) and Director of Veterinary Nursing at the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS). With a distinguished career spanning over three decades, Julie brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the table.

During her session, titled “ACOVENE and the Importance of Accreditation,” Julie will delve into the critical role of accreditation in veterinary nursing education. Accreditation plays a pivotal role in ensuring the quality and integrity of veterinary nursing programs, thereby contributing to the advancement of the profession as a whole. Additionally, she will deliver a talk titled "RCVS: the Past, Present, and Future of Veterinary Nursing in the UK," offering invaluable insights into the evolution of veterinary nursing as a profession.

Commenting on the significance of the Congress, Julie expressed her enthusiasm, stating, "The 1st International Congress ATAV presents a unique opportunity for veterinary technicians to come together, exchange ideas, and enhance their skills. As the field of veterinary nursing continues to evolve, it is crucial for professionals to stay updated on the latest advancements and best practices."

In addition to Julie's sessions, attendees can anticipate a diverse range of topics covering various aspects of veterinary medicine, from clinical care practices to emerging trends and technologies. The Congress will serve as a hub for knowledge exchange, fostering collaboration and innovation within the veterinary community.

With the countdown to the 1st International Congress ATAV underway, anticipation is building among veterinary professionals eager to partake in this landmark event. Rimini is poised to welcome delegates from far and wide for two days of learning, networking, and inspiration, marking a significant step forward in the field of veterinary care.

For more information and registration details, visit the official website of the International Congress ATAV.

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