AHDA is delighted to welcome you back to the AHDA Conference and Exhibition. Two days of meeting, greeting, and saying hello again after
the enforced cancelation of the event last year through Corona Virus.

There will again be a packed exhibition hall with 50 Exhibitor stands, with some of the leading animal health companies as well as the VMD,

Delegate Workshops back again this year

Day One will start with a keynote speaker who will be the newly appointed CEO of the VMD, Abi Seager, who we are delighted to have with Abi with us. All delegates will then be able to attend a range of workshops on the Wednesday (all earning CPD points).

On Day Two, we focus on a wide range of topics relevant to today’s world in animal health and welfare. For the 2022 event, these sessions will be split into “Farm Animal” and “Companion Animal & Equine”. Delegates can of course move between the two topics.

2022 Conference Programme

Wednesday 12th January

10.00 – 10.30
Exhibition opens. Tea and Coffee available

Session One:
10.30 – 11.00
Abi Seager CEO of the Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD)
11.00 – 12.30
Choice of two workshops:
• Communication Skills – Essential do’s and don’ts of dealing with customers
• Proper Prescribing – A detailed look at the prescribing process, from start to finish
12.30 – 14.00
Lunch & Exhibition Networking

Session Two:
14.00 – 15.30
Choice of two workshops:
• Faecal Egg Counting – The essential first step to identifying the need to prescribe
• Animal Medicine Planning – Proper preparation gives benefits to farmers and prescribers
16.00 – 17.00
Happy Hour Drinks Reception – Free bar* offering Wine & Bottled Beer within the Exhibition area in the Palace Suite (*Upper limit applies)
Exhibition Hall will close for the night
18.45 – 19.15
Pre-Dinner Drinks Reception in the Kings Suite. AHDA bar Champagne reception
19.15 – 00:00
Late Gala Dinner n the Kings Suite, to include: The Chris Hamilton memorial award, AMTRA Awards, Grand Prize Draw in aid of The Alzheimer’s Society.
Guest speaker Andrew Ryan. Andrew’s quintessentially Irish storytelling abilities and cheeky, friendly demeanour make him a natural after dinner speaker.

Thursday 13th January

A total of six sessions in two separate workshops throughout the day on Thursday, one covering farm animals, the second covering both companion animals and equine. Both highlighting the latest news, developments and information on health and welfare in these sessions. More details of speakers to be confirmed soon.


As before, all Conference booking for delegates will be run online using Eventbrite.

Tickets will be available from Monday 18th October by clicking the button below.