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Earlier symposia

NKVet has organized the following symposia:
  1. Animal Disease in Relation to Breeding (Norway 1977)
  2. Modern Immune Therapy and Prophylaxis (Sweden 1979)
  3. Herd Health Problems and Diagnostic (Denmark 1981)
  4. Prenatal Veterinary Medicine (Finland 1985)
  5. Ethical Aspects in the Animal Production (Denmark 1989)
  6. Meat Control in a Modern Perspective (Norway 1991)
  7. The Veterinarian and the Environment (Sweden 1992)
  8. Slow Virus Infections (Iceland 1994)
  9. Decision of Vaccination Strategy in Relation to Increased Trade of Animals and Animal Products (Copenhagen 1995)
  10. Effects of International Trade on Animal Health, Public Health and Animal Welfare in the Nordic Countries (Finland 1996)
  11. Antibiotic Resistance (Norway 1997)
  12. Antimicrobial Policy - What Does It Mean in Every-day Work (Finland 1998)
  13. National Disease Control in Farmed Animals (Sweden 1999)
  14. Challenges in Organic Farming (Iceland 2000)
  15. Paratuberculosis Eradication or Acceptance (Denmark 2001)
  16. Xenotransplantation - Animal Organs to Save Human Lives (Norway 2002)
  17. Animal Transports - Disease Risks and Welfare Aspects(Finland 2003)
  18. Emerging Zoonoses - New Challenges (Sweden 2004)
  19. Prevention of Boar Taint in Pig Production (Norway 2005)
  20. Perinatal Death in Domestic Animals (Iceland 2007)
  21. The role of the Veterinarian in Animal Welfare (Denmark 2007)
  22. Parasite infections of domestic animals in the Nordic countries-emerging threats and challenges (Finland 2008)
  23. Use and misuse of drugs in the athletic horse ( Sweden 2009)
  24. Databases in veterinary meicine -Validation, harmonisation and application (Denmark 2010)
  25. Bluetongue in the Nordic countries (Norway 2010)
  26. Environmental contamination and animal health (Finland 2011)
  27. Pain assessment and treatment in clinical practice (Sweden 2012)
  28. Mastitis-new knowledge on diagnostics and control on modern dairy farms (Iceland 2013)

NKVet has additionally co-operative in arranging the following three symposia: