Here we hope you will find all the FREE CPD COURSES currently available, if you know of a course not featured here, please let us know:
|Interactive heart failure cases: when, why and how to treat’||Held as part of the ‘Cardio Roadshow’ by Ceva Animal Health, 'Interactive heart failure cases: when, why and how to treat’ will be presented by leading UK cardiology expert Mike Martin on Thursday 8th November in Stirling, Scotland.|
|‘Dead or alive? The myths and modern treatments of mitral valve disease in golden oldies’||Held as part of the ‘Cardio Roadshow’ by Ceva Animal Health, ‘Dead or alive? The myths and modern treatments of mitral valve disease in golden oldies’ will be presented by leading UK cardiology expert Emily Dutton on Wednesday 30th January in Manchester.|
|Seizing the day - managing difficult epilepsy cases.||28/01/2020
|Fitzpatrick Referrals Orthopaedics and Neurology, Half Way Lane, Eashing, Godalming, Surrey GU7 2QQ||Free CPD evening for Vets!
Canine idiopathic epilepsy has an estimated prevalence of 0.62% in primary veterinary practice and as such is one of the most common chronic neurological diseases. Descriptions of “epilepsy of unknown origin…..where no symptom characteristic of any other condition has as yet presented” can be found in early veterinary textbooks and although our knowledge is now considerably greater we are still a long way from preventing or curing this enigmatic disease. This lecture aims to empower the veterinary surgeon with a practical and useful approach to difficult epileptic cases.
Who? Professor Clare Rusbridge, BVMS (Hons) PhD DECVN FRCVS, Chief of Neurology
19:30pm Refreshments and pizza, 20:00pm start, 21:00pm finish
|How to treat mast cell tumours - cut, drug or zap?||12/02/2020
|The Burstead Golf Club, Tye Common Road, Little Burstead, CM12 9SS||Free Veterinary CPD evening!
Registration, buffet and refreshments commence at 19.30pm. Presentations start at 20.00pm. The meetings will end at 21.45pm.
Certificates of Attendance for 1.5 hours of CPD will be issued on the evening to attendees who have booked in advance for your CPD records.
Different treatments suitable for mast cell tumours using cases seen by our Oncology team. The audience will be encouraged to bring along their own cases for discussion
MA VetMB CertAVP(SAM) DipiECVIM-CA(Onc) MRCVS
RCVS Specialist in Small Animal Oncology
EBVS® European Veterinary Specialist in Small Animal Oncology+
RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Oncology
EBVS® European Veterinary Specialist in Small Animal Oncology
Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
DVM, MSc, MRCVS
|Washboard abs for summer? Functional rehabilitation and core stability for the canine patient||25/02/2020
|Fitzpatrick Referrals Orthopaedics and Neurology, Half Way Lane, Eashing, Godalming, Surrey GU7 2QQ||Functional rehabilitation combines the benefits of strength, stability, flexibility, balance and coordination, and endurance. In addition to these key elements, there is a requisite for a physical modification that ultimately enhances the coordination between muscular and nervous systems. A major component of functional rehabilitation is core stability which can be defined as the restoration or facilitation of the ability of the neuromuscular system to control and protect the spine from injury or re-injury. This lecture will aim to demonstrate how valuable a holistic approach is from a rehabilitation point of view and how this can be integrated into a patients care pathway.
Who? Fiona Doubleday, BSc (Hons) MCSP SRP ACPAT CAT A, Chartered Physiotherapist & Rehabilitation Team Leader
Lecture suitable for: Veterinary surgeons, nurses and rehabilitation professionals
19:30pm Refreshments and pizza, 20pm start, 21:00pm finish
|Back by popular demand: Staying Alive!||17/03/2020
|Best Western Ivy Hill Hotel, Writtle Road, Margaretting, CM4 0EH||Free Veterinary CPD Evening!
Registration, buffet and refreshments commence at 7.30pm. Presentations start at 8.00pm. The meetings will end at 10.00pm.
Certificates of Attendance for 1.30 hours of CPD will be issued on the evening to attendees who have booked in advance for your CPD records.
BVSc DipACVECC MVMedSc FHEA MRCVS
RCVS Specialist in Emergency and Critical Care
Did you know CPR success rates are very similar in our veterinary patients to those in human hospitals?
We will discuss:
Tips on being prepared for a crashing patient; as well as how to perform a successful CPR to get that patient walking out the door
A step by step evidence-based approach with tips on how you can practically apply this to your practice
The seminar will also include a practical session where you can refine your CPR skills. We promise a fun and informative evening.