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Catherina Cunnane
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Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-generation drystock and specialised pedigree suckler enterprise in Co. Mayo. She currently holds the positions of editor and general manager at That's Farming, having joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015.
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Dates set for second Titanic Vet Show

Following the success of its inaugural show, with a total of £3433.82 raised for Vet Support, the global veterinary job platform, The Vet Service, will return in 2024.

The Titanic Vet Show, a non-clinical CPD and mental health charity fundraising event, will be held at the Titanic Belfast in Northern Ireland on May 24th and May 25th, 2024.

The 2024 show’s theme is ‘Connect & Thrive’, with non-clinical sessions from expert veterinary professionals on communications and wellbeing.

Next year’s conference will include more interactive sessions including a chaired panel discussion and a practical breathwork session.

According to organisers, the 2024 show will include an even bigger range of exhibitors from the veterinary industry, excellent networking opportunities, and a black-tie gala dinner on the Friday evening.

All proceeds from the event go to ‘Vet Support’, a voluntary mental health support service for vets across the UK and Ireland.

Titanic Vet Show

The event is hosted by The Vet Service, whose founder, Ed Taylor, said of the show:

“We were completely humbled by the feedback and support after the first show, particularly as we continue to try to challenge the status quo around mental wellbeing.”

“Communication, as in all scenarios, remains key, and we cannot wait to introduce our range of interactive sessions to the event this year.”

“We want to hear your opinion first-hand, so bring it with you and we will see you there,” he added.

Further details to follow. More information and early-bird tickets for the event are now on sale via The Vet Service’s website.

The 2023 event featured six expert speakers over the two days, covering topics related to mental health & well-being, as well as communications with vets and clients and also included fourteen veterinary industry exhibitors, which equated to six hours of CPD, and six VCI CVE Points.

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