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.|
|Adrenal Disease and Neutering of Ferrets Free Webinar||27/11/2018
|Online||This talk will cover adrenal disease in ferrets and will include the pathogenesis as well as diagnosis and therapy, both medical and surgical. The main cause of adrenal disease is surgical neutering and so chemical neutering of ferrets will be covered to show the other options available.
To understand the aetiology of ferret adrenal disease
To recognise clinical signs of adrenal disease
To diagnose adrenal disease
To treat adrenal disease both medically and surgically
To understand its prevention and options for non-surgical neutering of ferrets
Register now for free!
Going live 27th November 8.00 pm (GMT)
|Novel treatment in canine and feline epilepsy and Assessment and management of persistent pain||12/12/2018
|Cave Veterinary Specialists, George's Farm, West Buckland, Nr. Wellington, TA21 9LE||NOVEL TREATMENT IN CANINE AND FELINE EPILEPSY with Tom Cardy.
ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF PERSISTENT PAIN with James Hunt.
Free CPD course for Veterinary Surgeons and Veterinary Nurses.
Skill level: Introduction, Intermediate, High, Advanced.
Each CPD event includes both sessions above and equates to 2 hours free CPD. Lectures start at 7.30pm wih a free buffet supper served from 7.00pm.