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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.

Events

aht.org.uk logo Bearing the load: Understanding the genetic contribution to fracture risk in horses. 17/07/2019
19.00pm
Animal Health Trust Equine Referral Clinic Free CPD Evening for Vets! Refreshments from 7pm Seminar from 7.30pm Speaker: Debbie Guest Catastrophic fracture from bone overloading is the number one reason for horses to be euthanised during racing. Many environmental factors influencing fracture risk have been identified, but despite changes to race conditions, the number of fatal fractures occurring on UK racecourses remains at around 60 horses per year. Previous work at the Animal Health Trust identified that there is a genetic contribution to fracture risk in Thoroughbred horses. The development of a DNA test to identify horses that are at high risk of fracture would allow those animals to have their training and management regimes closely monitored and enable the targeted use of diagnostic imaging techniques to monitor horses for pre-fracture changes. We are using novel techniques to create a laboratory tool to understand the biological mechanisms that are affected in high risk horses. This will allow us to define the most appropriate management regimes for high risk horses and may, in the future, lead to the development of novel pharmacological interventions to reduce the risk of fracture in genetically susceptible horses.
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highcroftvetreferrals.co.uk logo Imaginative wound closure – avoid the bandage marathon 25/07/2019
19.00pm
Highcroft Veterinary Group, Clue House, Bristol, BS14 9BZ Free evening CPD for Vets! With speaker Ivan Doran BVSc CertSAS DSAS(SoftTissue) FHEA MRCVS This interactive and case-based evening session with Ivan explores the wide range of surgical techniques at our disposal, both to repair existing wounds and to achieve skin closure after mass excision. In the material, we will include skin flaps, skin grafts and various other means to recruit and manipulate skin to arrive at primary closure. When: Buffet at 7pm, presentation 7.30pm Early booking is advised to secure your place. For more information or to book your place please call 01275 838 473
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fitzpatrickreferrals.co.uk logo Carpal conundrums & tricky toes: Recognising & managing conditions of the distal limb 30/07/2019
19.00pm
Fitzpatrick Referrals Orthopaedics and Neurology, Half Way Lane, Eashing, Godalming, Surrey GU7 2QQ 1 hour of Free CPD for Vets! The distal canine limb can suffer from a plethora of ailments. From fractures to luxations, infection to neoplasia, degeneration to congenital deformities, and many more. Lots of these conditions can look similar making diagnosis and management a challenge. In this session we will aim to pick apart the confusion with a selection of common and unusual case examples, and explore a range of treatment strategies available. Who? James Guthrie, BVM&S CertAVP (GSAS) DipECVS MRCVS, Senior Surgeon in Orthopaedics Lecture suitable for: Veterinary Surgeons 19:00pm Refreshments and pizza, 19:30pm start, 20:30pm finish
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What do I do with a behaviour problem? A General Practice Approach to the behaviour patient with special reference to the relationship between health and behaviour. 02/08/2019
19.00pm
Dogs Trust Basildon Nevendon Road Wickford SS12 0FH Free evening CPD for Vets and Vet Nurses! Presented by Sarah Penturn MRCVS, Veterinary Behavioural Medicine Resident ECAWBM Tours of the centre will begin at 19:00pm followed by refreshments. The talk will then begin at 19.45pm, lasting an hour- if you are unable to make the tour you are welcome to join us at the start of the talk. This will be followed by an update from Dogs Trust on areas of work relevant to veterinary professionals, such as Generation Pup and Dog School.
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fitzpatrickreferrals.co.uk logo Hope v hype: regenerative & conventional treatment modalities in the management of musculoske... 27/08/2019
19.00pm
Fitzpatrick Referrals Orthopaedics and Neurology, Half Way Lane, Eashing, Godalming, Surrey GU7 2QQ 1 hour of Free CPD for Vets! Hope v hype: regenerative & conventional treatment modalities in the management of musculoskeletal disease The session aims to familiarise and review a wide variety of non-surgical treatment options in canine osteoarthritis and musculotendinous pathology. Emphasis will be placed on regenerative medicine and biological therapeutics. Attendees will gain a thorough understanding of the biological principles underpinning musculoskeletal stem cell-based therapeutics and offer a broadened view of how regenerative medicine may be incorporated into a multifaceted treatment structure. The application of stem cells and PRP as a primary treatment in muscle and tendon lesions will also be described. We will also explore medical management of canine OA, multimodal analgesia and disease-modifying medications, and discuss newcomers to the medication market. Our rehabilitation lead will expand upon supportive therapies including physio and hydrotherapy, underwater treadmill, laser and shockwave use before rounding off the session with case examples and time for Q and A. Who? Cameron Black, BVMS MVetSci PhD MRCVS, Clinical Research Officer Fiona Doubleday, BSc (Hons) MCSP SRP ACPAT CAT A, Chartered Physiotherapist & Rehabilitation Team Leader Lecture suitable for: Veterinary Surgeons and Rehabilitation professionals 19:00pm Refreshments and pizza, 19:30pm start, 20:30pm finish
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highcroftvetreferrals.co.uk logo Patella luxation 29/08/2019
19.00pm
Highcroft Veterinary Group, Clue House, Bristol, BS14 9BZ Free evening CPD for Vets! With speaker Dan Ogden BVSc DipACVS MRCVS This is one of the most common orthopaedic conditions seen in dogs. We will explore when should cases be treated, what assessment should be done before treatment and what new options there are for challenging cases or for when a traditional surgical approach has failed. Buffet at 7pm, presentation 7.30pm Early booking is advised to secure your place. For more information or to book your place please call 01275 838 473
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scvetspecialists.co.uk logo How do we keep it hip? A guide to total hip replacement for the practitioner 04/09/2019
19:15pm
Mercure White Hart Hotel, 1 St John's St, Salisbur 2 hours of Free Veterinary CPD! Evening events start at 19:15pm with a free buffet supper, followed by the talk at 20:00pm. We usually finish about 22:00pm. Speaker: Juan M. Marti LV, Cert SAO, MVM, DipACVS, DipECVS, MRCVS. American and European Specialist in Small Animal Surgery
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What do I do with a behaviour problem? A General Practice Approach to the behaviour patient with special reference to the relationship between health and behaviour. 09/09/2019
19.00pm
Dogs Trust Bridgend Court Colman Pen-Y-Fai Bridgend CF31 4NG Free evening CPD for Vets and Vet Nurses! Presented by Sarah Penturn MRCVS, Veterinary Behavioural Medicine Resident ECAWBM Tours of the centre will begin at 19:00pm followed by refreshments. The talk will then begin at 19.45pm, lasting an hour- if you are unable to make the tour you are welcome to join us at the start of the talk. This will be followed by an update from Dogs Trust on areas of work relevant to veterinary professionals, such as Generation Pup and Dog School.
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highcroftvetreferrals.co.uk logo E. cuniculi in rabbits 12/09/2019
19.00pm
Highcroft Veterinary Group, Clue House, Bristol, BS14 9BZ Free CPD Evening for Vets! With speaker Elisabetta Mancinelli DVM CertZooMed DipECZM(Small Mammal Medicine and Surgery) MRCVS E. cuniculi affects a significant number of pet rabbits. During this lecture we will be discussing the diagnosis and treatment of the commonly seen intracellular parasite. Buffet at 7pm, presentation 7.30pm Early booking is advised to secure your place. For more information or to book your place please call 01275 838 473
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scvetspecialists.co.uk logo How do we keep it hip? A guide to total hip replacement for the practitioner 12/09/2019
19:15pm
Village Hotel, Deansleigh Rd, Bournemouth, BH7 7DZ 2 hours of Free Veterinary CPD! Evening events start at 19:15pm with a free buffet supper, followed by the talk at 20:00pm. We usually finish about 22:00pm. Speaker: Juan M. Marti LV, Cert SAO, MVM, DipACVS, DipECVS, MRCVS. American and European Specialist in Small Animal Surgery
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cave-vet-specialists.co.uk logo NASAL DISEASE IN DOGS AND FORELIMB LAMENESS 18/09/2019
19.00pm
Eastbury Hotel, Sherborne DT9 3BY. 2 hours of Free Veterinary CPD! NASAL DISEASE IN DOGS with Laura Thornton BVetMed MRCVS Nasal discharge and sneezing are common presentations in dogs of all ages and approach to these sort of cases can be challenging. In this CPD lecture, we will cover the differential diagnoses of nasal discharge as well as the ideal diagnostic approach and appropriate treatments. FORELIMB LAMENESS—Challenges, tips and options with Malcolm Jack BVSc(Hons), MANZCVS, MRCVS Forelimb lameness is a common presentation in small animal first opinion practice. Identification and treatment of these cases can be frustrating and difficult when rest and NSAID’s have failed. This CPD lecture will cover some causes of lameness, tips to fine tune your orthopaedic examination and some of the treatment options available. A light buffet supper is served at 19.00pm with Lectures commencing at 19.30pm and finishing at 9.30pm
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scvetspecialists.co.uk logo How do we keep it hip? A guide to total hip replacement for the practitioner 18/09/2019
19:15pm
Solent Hotel and Spa, Rookery Ave, Whitely, Fareham, PO15 7AJ 2 hours of Free Veterinary CPD! Evening events start at 19:15pm with a free buffet supper, followed by the talk at 20:00pm. We usually finish about 22:00pm. Speaker: Juan M. Marti LV, Cert SAO, MVM, DipACVS, DipECVS, MRCVS. American and European Specialist in Small Animal Surgery
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fitzpatrickreferrals.co.uk logo Open fracture management - making a difference to life and limb 24/09/2019
19.00pm
Fitzpatrick Referrals Orthopaedics and Neurology, Half Way Lane, Eashing, Godalming, Surrey GU7 2QQ 1 hour of Free CPD for Vets! 4% of traumatic appendicular fractures in dogs and 29% in cats were classified as open. The goals of treatment are to prevent infection, promote bony union, repair soft tissue damage, and restore function. The initial management of these injuries can have a huge impact on the course of recovery for the patient. This lecture will review the latest evidence on open fracture management in the veterinary patient, discuss the management protocols we use in the clinic and assist you in making the best choices for your patient if they present with an open fracture. Who? Pádraig Egan, BVM&S CertAVP (GSAS) DipECVS MRCVS, Senior Surgeon in Orthopaedics Lecture suitable for: Veterinary Surgeons 19:00pm Refreshments and pizza, 19:30pm start, 20:30pm finish
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highcroftvetreferrals.co.uk logo All about bone tumours 26/09/2019
19.00pm
Highcroft Veterinary Group, Clue House, Bristol, BS14 9BZ Free evening CPD for Vets! With speaker Owen Davies MA VetMB MANZCVS(Small Animal Medicine) MVETMED DipACVIM MRCVS Is there any point biopsying if you’re going to amputate anyway? Can we do a limb-spare? What imaging should we be doing? Are there any alternative or medical treatments to consider. Buffet at 7pm, presentation 7.30pm Early booking is advised to secure your place. For more information or to book your place please call 01275 838 473
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Orthopaedic - Get into the Groove 26/09/2019
19.00pm
Village Hotel Leeds South, Capitol Boulevard West, 2 hours of Free CPD for Vets! Presentations start at 20.00pm. Registration starts at 19.00pm with a buffet and refreshments available from 10.30pm. The meetings will end at 22.00pm. Certificates of Attendance will be issued for your CPD records to download from within your account within 48 hours following the event. Patellar luxation is a common cause of hindlimb lameness in dogs, and surgical management is often performed in general practice. In this presentation we will review current surgical treatment options and discuss their relative merits with tips to reduce/avoid some of the more commonly encountered complications. Speaker: Mark Tonzing BVSc MANZCVS (Small Animal Surgery) MRCVS Orthopaedic Surgeon
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cave-vet-specialists.co.uk logo NASAL DISEASE IN DOGS AND FORELIMB LAMENESS 02/10/2019
19.00pm
Manor by the Lake, Cheltenham GL51 6PN Free CPD evening! With Laura Thornton and Malcolm Jack. A light buffet supper is served at 19.00pm with Lectures commencing at 19.30pm and finishing at 21.30pm NASAL DISEASE IN DOGS with Laura Thornton BVetMed MRCVS Nasal discharge and sneezing are common presentations in dogs of all ages and approach to these sort of cases can be challenging. In this CPD lecture, we will cover the differential diagnoses of nasal discharge as well as the ideal diagnostic approach and appropriate treatments. FORELIMB LAMENESS—Challenges, tips and options with Malcolm Jack BVSc(Hons), MANZCVS, MRCVS Forelimb lameness is a common presentation in small animal first opinion practice. Identification and treatment of these cases can be frustrating and difficult when rest and NSAID’s have failed. This CPD lecture will cover some causes of lameness, tips to fine tune your orthopaedic examination and some of the treatment options available.
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scvetspecialists.co.uk logo Dermatology talk - Title to be confirmed 08/10/2019
19:15pm
Mercure White Hart Hotel, 1 St John's St, Salisbury SP1 2SD 2 hours of Free eveninf Veterinary CPD! Evening events start at 19:15pm with a free buffet supper, followed by the talk at 20:00pm. We usually finish about 22:00pm. Speaker: Filippo De Bellis DVM, CertVD, DipECVD, MRCVS. RCVS and European Specialist in Veterinary Dermatology
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cave-vet-specialists.co.uk logo NASAL DISEASE IN DOGS AND FORELIMB LAMENESS 09/10/2019
19.00pm
Plymouth Aquarium, Plymouth PL4 0LF Free CPD evening! With Laura Thornton and Malcolm Jack. A light buffet supper will be served at 19.00pm with Lectures commencing at 19.30pm and finishing at 21.30pm NASAL DISEASE IN DOGS with Laura Thornton BVetMed MRCVS Nasal discharge and sneezing are common presentations in dogs of all ages and approach to these sort of cases can be challenging. In this CPD lecture, we will cover the differential diagnoses of nasal discharge as well as the ideal diagnostic approach and appropriate treatments. FORELIMB LAMENESS—Challenges, tips and options with Malcolm Jack BVSc(Hons), MANZCVS, MRCVS Forelimb lameness is a common presentation in small animal first opinion practice. Identification and treatment of these cases can be frustrating and difficult when rest and NSAID’s have failed. This CPD lecture will cover some causes of lameness, tips to fine tune your orthopaedic examination and some of the treatment options available.
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aht.org.uk logo CPD evening: Effects of disuse and remobilisation on tissue – the importance of post-operative rehabilitation 17/10/2019
19:30pm
John MacDougall Visitors Centre, Animal Health Trust, Lanwades Park, Kentford, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 7UU FREE Veterinary CPD Evening! Refreshments from 19:30pm Seminar from 20:00pm Speaker: Matthew Scott Veterinary Physiotherapist, Small Animal
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highcroftvetreferrals.co.uk logo How should I proceed with this one? – Interactive evening on GI cases 24/10/2019
19.00pm
Highcroft Veterinary Group, Clue House, Bristol, BS14 9BZ With speaker Guillaume Ruiz DVM CEAV-MI DipECVIM-CA MRCVS It is not always easy to approach gastrointestinal cases and to decide what tests should be done and how to interpret them. This session is based on common clinical situations in canine and feline gastroenterology and is focused on decision-making from clinical cases. In particular, we will speak about regurgitation, constipation and chronic vomiting. Buffet at 7pm, presentation 7.30pm Early booking is advised to secure your place. For more information or to book your place please call 01275 838 473
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Liver Surgery 29/10/2019
19.00pm
Village Hotel Leed South, Capitol Boulevard West, 2 hours of Free CPD for Vets! Presentations start at 20.00pm. Registration starts at 19.00pm with a buffet and refreshments available from 19.30pm. The meetings will end at 22.00pm. Certificates of Attendance will be issued for your CPD records to download from within your account within 48 hours following the event.A review of clinical signs and diagnostics of hepatic insufficiency. Liver biopsy: Reasons to do it? Where in the liver? How many and how large should they be? An overview of different techniques and minimising complications of liver biopsy. Partial and complete liver lobectomy: Why, and how? Cholecystectomy: When is it indicated? How do I manage bile peritonitis? Deciding whether your patient has a porto-systemic shunt, and if so, is it congenital or acquired, single or multiple, intra- or extra-hepatic. An overview of liver vascular anatomy with an update on the new ideas behind the physiology of shunt formation. Pre-surgical medical stabilisation, a comparison of attenuation methods, and post-operative treatment and monitoring. Speakers: David Barker BSc BVSc CertAVP MRCVS Soft Tissue Surgeon
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fitzpatrickreferrals.co.uk logo Pass the pred? Immune-mediated neurological disease 29/10/2019
19:30pm
Fitzpatrick Referrals Orthopaedics and Neurology, Half Way Lane, Eashing, Godalming, Surrey GU7 2QQ 1 hour of Free CPD for Vets! Immune-mediated neurological disease are some of the most challenging conditions to treat and this lecture serves to familiarise the veterinary surgeon with some of the more common conditions and inform of diagnostic and management options to facilitate successful treatment. Immune-mediated disease can affect any part of the nervous system, we will cover polymyositits, junctionopathies, including myasthenia graves, peripheral nerve disorders, meningoencephalitis syndromes and limbic encephalopathy. It will also cover the work-up of these cases – from the routine tests available to the general practitioner to advanced diagnostic tools and histopathology. The lecture will conclude by focusing on treatment, reviewing the classification and mechanisms of action of each individual immunosuppressive drug and then provide suggested protocols for the common diseases. Who? Joana Tabanez, DVM MRCVS, Neurology Resident (ECVN) 19:30pm Refreshments and pizza, 20:00pm start, 21:00pm finish.
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scvetspecialists.co.uk logo Safety in anaesthesia - averting mishaps in practice 06/11/2019
19:15pm
Mercure White Hart Hotel, 1 St John's St, Salisbury SP1 2SD 2 hours of free evening Veterinary CPD! Evening events start at 19:15pm with a free buffet supper, followed by the talk at 20:00pm. We usually finish about 22:00pm. Speaker: Adam Auckburally BVSc, Cert VA, DipECVAA, PGCAP, FHEA, MRCVS. European and RCVS Recognised Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia & Analgesia
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cave-vet-specialists.co.uk logo NASAL DISEASE IN DOGS AND FORELIMB LAMENESS 06/11/2019
19.00pm
Somerset Cricket Ground, Taunton TA1 1JT Free CPD evening! With Laura Thornton and Malcolm Jack. A light buffet supper is served at 19.00pm with Lectures commencing at 19.30pm and finishing at 21.30pm NASAL DISEASE IN DOGS with Laura Thornton BVetMed MRCVS Nasal discharge and sneezing are common presentations in dogs of all ages and approach to these sort of cases can be challenging. In this CPD lecture, we will cover the differential diagnoses of nasal discharge as well as the ideal diagnostic approach and appropriate treatments. FORELIMB LAMENESS—Challenges, tips and options with Malcolm Jack BVSc(Hons), MANZCVS, MRCVS Forelimb lameness is a common presentation in small animal first opinion practice. Identification and treatment of these cases can be frustrating and difficult when rest and NSAID’s have failed. This CPD lecture will cover some causes of lameness, tips to fine tune your orthopaedic examination and some of the treatment options available.
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langfordvets.co.uk logo Equine Pub CPD - Imaging or Imagining? 12/11/2019
19.00pm
The Swan, Wedmore, BS28 4EQ 2 hours of Free Equine CPD for Vets! Come and join us for an evening all about the latest advances in orthopaedic imaging.
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What do I do with a behaviour problem? A General Practice Approach to the behaviour patient with special reference to the relationship between health and behaviour. 12/11/2019
19.00pm
Dogs Trust Salisbury 45 Amesbury Road Newton Tony Salisbury SP4 0HW Free evening CPD for Vets and Vet Nurses! Presented by Sarah Penturn MRCVS, Veterinary Behavioural Medicine Resident ECAWBM Tours of the centre will begin at 19:00pm followed by refreshments. The talk will then begin at 19.45pm, lasting an hour- if you are unable to make the tour you are welcome to join us at the start of the talk. This will be followed by an update from Dogs Trust on areas of work relevant to veterinary professionals, such as Generation Pup and Dog School.
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scvetspecialists.co.uk logo Dermatology talk - Title to be confirmed 12/11/2019
19:15pm
Village Hotel, Deansleigh Rd, Bournemouth, BH7 7DZ 2 hours of Free evening Veterinary CPD! Evening events start at 19:15pm with a free buffet supper, followed by the talk at 20:00pm. We usually finish about 22:00pm. Speaker: Filippo De Bellis DVM, CertVD, DipECVD, MRCVS. RCVS and European Specialist in Veterinary Dermatology
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Dermatology - Allergic skin disease in dogs 19/11/2019
19.00pm
Village Hotel Leeds South, Capitol Boulevard West, 2 hours of CPD for Vets! Presentations start at 20.00pm. Registration starts at 19.00pm with a buffet and refreshments available from 19.30pm. The meetings will end at 22.00pm. Certificates of Attendance will be issued for your CPD records to download from within your account within 48 hours following the event. Practical tips for diagnostics · What makes a good allergy plan · Therapeutic decision making · Working with tight budget · What to do when a good plan stops working She will also discuss any interesting or challenging cases that delegates have been dealing with to connect the case discussion to specifics in day-to-day routines. Speakers: Siân Harries BVetMed CertAVP(VD) PGCertVPS MRCVS Dermatologist
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scvetspecialists.co.uk logo Safety in anaesthesia - averting mishaps in practice 21/11/2019
19:15pm
Village Hotel, Deansleigh Rd, Bournemouth, BH7 7DZ 2 hours of free evening Veterinary CPD! Evening events start at 19:15pm with a free buffet supper, followed by the talk at 20:00pm. We usually finish about 22:00pm. Speaker: Adam Auckburally BVSc, Cert VA, DipECVAA, PGCAP, FHEA, MRCVS. European and RCVS Recognised Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia & Analgesia
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highcroftvetreferrals.co.uk logo Radiographic lung patterns of disease 26/11/2019
19.00pm
Highcroft Veterinary Group, Clue House, Bristol, BS14 9BZ Free evening Veterinary CPD! Buffet at 19:00pm, presentation 19.30pm With speaker Fernando Liste DVM MSc PhD MRCVS Radiographic interpretation of pulmonary disease is a critical part of veterinary diagnostics. To interpret lungs on radiography, it is necessary to know how to recognise the different types of lung patterns that can be seen. It is also important to know the different types of distribution of pulmonary diseases, as some diseases will have a different location compared with others, and that feature is as useful as the lung pattern for establishing a differential diagnosis. In this presentation we will aim to detail those lung patterns and explain how to interpret pulmonary diseases.
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fitzpatrickreferrals.co.uk logo Scratching that itch? An update for Syringomyelia diagnosis and management 26/11/2019
19:30pm
Fitzpatrick Referrals Orthopaedics and Neurology, Half Way Lane, Eashing, Godalming, Surrey GU7 2QQ 1 hour Free CPD for Vets! Chiari-like malformation (CM) is a complex skull and craniocervical junction disorder associated with brachycephaly. Since increased availability of MRI, CM is a frequent diagnosis in predisposed brachycephalic toy breeds. Obstruction of CSF channels results in syringomyelia (CM) and both CM and SM can result in neuropathic pain. This lecture serves to update the veterinary surgeon on the pathogenesis and diagnosis and management of CMSM. Who? Professor Clare Rusbridge, BVMS (Hons) PhD DECVN FRCVS, Chief of Neurology 19:30pm Refreshments and pizza, 20:00pm start, 21:00pm finish
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scvetspecialists.co.uk logo Safety in anaesthesia - averting mishaps in practice 27/11/2019
19:15pm
Solent Hotel and Spa, Rookery Ave, Whitely, Fareham, PO15 7AJ 2 hours of free evening Veterinary CPD! Evening events start at 19:15pm with a free buffet supper, followed by the talk at 20:00pm. We usually finish about 22:00pm. Speaker: Adam Auckburally BVSc, Cert VA, DipECVAA, PGCAP, FHEA, MRCVS. European and RCVS Recognised Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia & Analgesia
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scvetspecialists.co.uk logo Dermatology talk - Title to be confirmed 03/12/2019
19:15pm
Solent Hotel and Spa, Rookery Ave, Whitely, Fareham, PO15 7AJ 2 hours of Free evening Veterinary CPD! Evening events start at 19:15pm with a free buffet supper, followed by the talk at 20:00pm. We usually finish about 22:00pm. Speaker: Filippo De Bellis DVM, CertVD, DipECVD, MRCVS. RCVS and European Specialist in Veterinary Dermatology
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highcroftvetreferrals.co.uk logo On the path to anaesthetic bliss – start with the right premedication! 12/12/2019
19.00pm
Highcroft Veterinary Group, Clue House, Bristol, BS14 9BZ Free evening Veterinary CPD! Buffet at 19:00pm, presentation 19.30pm With speaker Delphine Holopherne-DoranDVM MSc PhD DipECVAA AFHEA MRCVS Acepromazine or medetomidine, methadone or buprenorphine, benzodiazepine or not… etc, the options to chemically prepare our small animal patients for anaesthesia are manifold. So how do we make a choice? With a (light!) review of the PK/PD of all the available drugs, this presentation is aiming to give you simple guidelines to select the most appropriate protocol for each patient.
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