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e-CPD Feline Infectious Diseases8-Feb-2017 to 8-Aug-2017
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A series of seven videos with Martha Cannon on Feline Infectious Diseases.


Infectious diseases in cats are frequently seen in practice but are often difficult to definitively diagnose and treat. This series will provide an update and a practical approach to the diagnosis and management of the common feline infectious diseases. Controversies regarding feline vaccination protocols will also be discussed and current World and European Vaccination Guidelines will be reviewed with a view t...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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A six part series by Rob Foale investigating hepato-biliary disease and pancreatic disease in the dog and cat.


Diagnosing the underlying aetiology of hepato-biliary and pancreatic diseases in cats and dogs can often be frustating and complicated, especially if your knowledge of liver and pancreatic pathophysiology is a little hazy. Supported by case examples, this series will present all the major diseases that affect the liver and pancreas in cats and dogs, discuss the diagnostic...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



eCPD Understanding Jaundice and Anaemia21-Feb-2017 to 21-Feb-2018
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A series of seven videos on Jaundice and Anaemia with Fiona Adam.


Jaundice is a relatively common presenting sign that is often difficult to navigate. This seven part series demonstrates how to differentiate between the three mechanisms that can result in jaundice- erythrocyte destruction, hepatic disease or post-hepatic obstruction of the biliary system, and how to then use a logical approach to reach a definite diagnosis. Using case examples, practical tips are discussed for the...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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A 6 part series on Haematological and Haemostatic Emergencies with Shailen Jasani.


Not enough red cells, not enough blood clots………
Anaemia is a relatively common problem affecting dogs and cats and some of these patients present as emergencies. This series starts by discussing the different types of anaemia and how to approach the anaemic patient. It then moves onto transfusion medicine in the context of the anaemic patient. The second part of the series focuses on coagulation, rev...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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***The cost of this course (£35+vat) also includes unlimited access to vet-ecpd.com for 1 full month, allowing you to view hundreds of hours of certified CPD lectures on a huge variety of topics!**


A 5 part series on The Growing Problems of Fat Cats with Martha Cannon.



Course synopsis:

More than 25% of the cats in the UK are classed as overweight or obese-although in Practice this number seems much higher as they have many related health issues so they can presen...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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A series of six videos with Fiona Adam investigating all aspects of adrenal disease.


***The cost of this course (£35+VAT) also includes unlimited access to vet-ecpd.com for 1 full month, allowing you to view hundreds of hours of certified CPD lectures on a huge variety of topics!**


This series will refresh delegates on the pathophysiology of the adrenal gland before moving on to discuss all aspects of adrenal disease from the commonly presented Cushingoid to the lesser diag...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



Online eCPD Feline Anaemia and Jaundice20-Apr-2017 to 20-Apr-2018
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A series of six videos with Martha Cannon on feline anaemia and jaundice.



***The cost of this course also includes unlimited access to vet-ecpd.com for 1 full month, allowing you to view hundreds of hours of certified CPD lectures on a huge variety of topics!**



The aim of this series of videos is to provide a practical approach to the investigation of cats presenting with anaemia and/or jaundice. It reviews the most common causes of regenerative and non-regenerative...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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A series of 5 videos on wound management and infection control with Georgie Hollis and Rob Watkins.



***The cost of this course also includes unlimited access to vet-ecpd.com for 1 full month, allowing you to view hundreds of hours of certified CPD lectures on a huge variety of topics!**



Wound management is a role increasingly carried out by veterinary nurses within the practice setting. In order to carry out this role effectively and efficiently, a good understandin...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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A series of five videos with Martha Cannon on the role of nurses in feline chronic kidney disease and FLUTD.


***The cost of this course also includes unlimited access to vet-ecpd.com for 1 full month, allowing you to view hundreds of hours of certified CPD lectures on a huge variety of topics!**


The veterinary nurse plays an important role in the diagnosis and long term management of chronic kidney disease and lower urinary tract disease, but both can be frustrating cases t...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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In this 5 part series, Nick Bacon focuses on surgical wound management techniques that are useful in everyday surgery as well as more advanced reconstructive surgery and surgical oncology.


***The cost of this course also includes unlimited access to vet-ecpd.com for 1 full month, allowing you to view hundreds of hours of certified CPD lectures on a huge variety of topics!**


The course will cover the basics of wound healing and skin anatomy, in order to then understand the ...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Visits to the veterinary practice can be stressful for both patients and clients as well as for practice staff. Fractious behaviour is an indicator of emotional challenge for the patient and can increase the potential for human injury. In order to deal effectively with behaviourally challenging patients it is essential to consider the veterinary visit from the animal’s perspective and to learn how to anticipate and prevent potentially harmful situations. In many cases a behaviourally awa...
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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This 6 week course is aimed at helping people working in the veterinarian profession to understand more about sleep, to worry less about sleep and to feel less tired and bothered about the effect that sleep problems have on their lives. By the end of the course most people will be experiencing improved functioning and will be more relaxed and content. The course is based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy principles. ACT has a very good evidence base for helping people with sleep pre-o...
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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Lecturer: Claire Roberts


This course is suitable for qualified and trainee veterinary nurses who have an interest in small animal anaesthesia and wish to further their knowledge. The aim of the course is to encourage you to think about anaesthesia from a cellular level upwards and strengthen the theoretical and practical knowledge that you are already using on a daily basis whilst encouraging and stimulating you to look at new ways in which you can support your patients during the who...
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Location: Kings College, London. SE1 9NN
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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The use of antibiotics by the veterinary profession is currently under much scrutiny as we are globally on the brink of a pharmacological crisis. Every time we prescribe antibiotics for a patient we should therefore have a strong and provable rationale that has been clinically considered. Dentistry is perhaps one area in which antibiotics are overused. This webinar aims to summarise the need (or not!) for your dental patients. We will explore the very important difference between the pro...
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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Manipulating the Breeding Season in Ewes: Why, How, and Achieving the Best Results by Emily Gascoigne. Manipulation of the sheep breeding season is a common point of interaction between the vet and the sheep farmer. Flocks requiring intervention range from high value pedigree animals to fat lamb producers and the results can have significant implications for the performance and cost of production for the flock. During this webinar we will review the ewe’s reproductive physiology and consider how...
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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This 6 week course is aimed at helping people working in the veterinarian profession to understand more about sleep, to worry less about sleep and to feel less tired and bothered about the effect that sleep problems have on their lives. By the end of the course most people will be experiencing improved functioning and will be more relaxed and content. The course is based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy principles. ACT has a very good evidence base for helping people with sleep pre-occup...
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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Improving Surgical Technique: Choosing the best suture type, suture pattern and knots in soft tissue surgery by Alison Moores.

Alison graduated from the University of Bristol in 1996. After three years in general practice she spent a year as an Intern at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC). After a further year in practice she returned to the RVC in 2001 to undertake a three year Senior Clinical Training Scholarship (Residency) in Small Animal Surgery. She stayed at the RVC as a Le...
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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Lecturer: Nick Bacon


With the use of cadavers, this highly practical course will focus on surgical wound management techniques that are useful in everyday surgery as well as more advanced reconstructive surgery and surgical oncology. The course will cover the basics of wound healing and skin anatomy, in order to then understand the principles behind local flaps, and tension relieving techniques, before moving onto the more advanced free skin grafts, axial pattern flaps, and distant di...
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Location: Fitzpatrick Referrals Oncology and Soft Tissue, 70 Priestley Road, Guildford, Surrey. GU2 7AJ
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



BEVA Practical Dental and Sinus Surgery10-Aug-2017 to 11-Aug-2017
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This course will present detailed and up to date information about the pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of surgical diseases of the teeth and paranasal sinuses in the horse. The lectures, demonstrations and case discussions are aimed at surgical residents and equine vets with an interest in dental and sinus surgery.

The course will be limited to 16 delegates, which will allow the participants to perform cadaver surgeries under the guidance of 3 experts in the field. Early booking...
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Location: Rossdales Equine and Diagnostic Centre, Cotton End Road, Exning, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 7NN
Contact: British Equine Veterinary Association
British Equine Veterinary Association at events@beva.org.uk



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This course is designed for veterinary surgeons with an interest in working at Horse Trials/Three Day Event competitions. The course will run during the Three Day Event at Hartpury College, allowing a course walk and discussion of the veterinary arrangements and practical aspects of this type of work. The course will focus on the cross country phase of the competition and aims to cover a range of areas from preparation prior to the competition, treatment of injuries or accidents that may arise d...
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Location: Hartpury College, Hartpury House, Hartpury, GL19 3BE
Contact: British Equine Veterinary Association
British Equine Veterinary Association at events@beva.org.uk



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Lecturer: Dr. Sarah Heath


During this course, suitable for both vets and nurses, we will consider the relationship between physical and emotional health and the potential for distress to play a part in the aetiology of certain medical conditions, such as feline idiopathic cystitis (FIC). The role of pain in behavioural presentations will also be discussed.


A behavioural approach to investigation of feline medical cases will be outlined with advice on how to consider emotion...
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Location: King's College, Central London
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



BEVA Congress 201713-Sep-2017 to 16-Sep-2017
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Regarded as the world’s largest equine veterinary congress, BEVA Congress offers delegates world-class science in a lively commercial environment.

What to expect at Europe’s largest Equine Veterinary Conference….

Over 90 hours of CPD lectures, delivered by world recognised speakers.
Tailored for vets at all career stages, as well as undergraduates veterinary students, equine nurse, equine allied professionals and practice managers.
A commercial exhibition, offering the late...
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Location: The ACC, Kings Dock, Liverpool, L3 4FP
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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Lecturer: Ian Wright


Disease risks posed by parasites to cats, dogs and their owners is a rapidly evolving field with long recognised pathogens expanding their geographic range and new ones emerging. The risk to UK pets and owners comes both from endemic parasites extending their distribution and prevalence such as lungworm and Echinococcus granulosus, as well as the possible entry of exotic parasites and their vectors from the continent. These include the tick Rhipicephalus sanguineu...
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Location: King's College, Central London
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Course leader: Philip Lhermette


In association with storz


This course provides a practical introduction to laparoscopy and minimally invasive surgery with the emphasis on basic laparoscopic techniques that can be performed in first opinion practice. The advantages and disadvantages of minimally invasive procedures will be discussed and there will be a brief overview of instrumentation and instrument handling techniques followed by more detailed discussion of laparoscopic pr...
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Location: Fitzpatrick Referrals Oncology and Soft Tissue, 70 Priestley Road, Guildford, Surrey. GU2 7AJ
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Rachel Perry


Supported by: im3


Dental radiography is one of the most important tools available to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of dental diseases- it is estimated that as much as 70% of pathology can be missed without its use. This practical one-day course is designed to cover all aspects of dental radiography and radiology in the cat and dog. Diagnostic assessment of the oral cavity, oral radiography techniques, radiographic interpretation and oral pat...
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Location: Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, 4 Battersea Park Road, London. SW8 4AA
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Fitzpatrick Orthopaedic Specialist


This cadaver based two day practical course will cover the management of the common surgical conditions of the hip and stifle seen in general practice. On day one delegates will be introduced to surgical approaches to the stifle joint along with surgical management of common conditions including patellar luxation, cranial cruciate ligament rupture and associated meniscal damage.


The second day will cover the surgical approach to ...
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Location: Fitzpatrick Referrals Oncology and Soft Tissue, 70 Priestley Road, Guildford, Surrey. GU2 7AJ
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Abby Caine

In Association With BCF Technology


This two day practical course will cover machine set up, which probe to use and how to optimize the image to make sure you can get the best out of your machine in practice. Body systems covered will include the liver and gallbladder, spleen, GI tract and urogenital tract, learning how to recognize what is normal and how to classify any abnormalities noted. Delegates will learn how to achieve standard views of the abdomen, ...
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Location: Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, 4 Battersea Park Road, London. SW8 4AA
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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This two day course is aimed at the equine veterinarian already performing a considerable amount of equine reproduction work. The course will provide practical instruction from renowned experts in their field. The course will be held in an informal and instructive atmosphere enabling discussion of any problem areas with the techniques described that delegates may have. The key elements of learning will be advanced mare and stallion ultrasonography including Doppler techniques and assisted reprod...
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Location: Twemlows Hall, Whitchurch, Shropshire, SY13 2EZ
Contact: British Equine Veterinary Association
British Equine Veterinary Association at events@beva.org.uk



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Lecturer: Fiona Adam


Pattern recognition is one of the stalwarts of clinical practice. A combination of book-learning and experience helps us all to know that the pot-bellied, panting, polyphagic, polydipsic dog is very likely to be Cushingoid. However, when the situation is less clear-cut, or there are conflicting clinical findings, it is easy to become lost. In these situations, a problem-based approach becomes imperative.


The plan in this interactive one-day session is t...
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Location: Kings College, London. SE1 9NN
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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The course will provide evidence-based updates on a range of topical issues in equine medicine. Recently published and unpublished data will be presented by speakers who have both clinical and research interests in the subjects on which they are presenting. The focus will be on recent research but the information presented will have practical relevance and will be aimed at clinicians who have attained or are working towards certificate level.

Location: Oulton Hall Hotel, Rothwell Lane, Oulton, Leeds, South Yorkshire, LS26 8HN
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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Lecturer: Angelika von Heimendahl


Breeders are not the easiest of clients and reproduction can be challenging to fit into the everyday life of a practice. The course will try to establish a good system for ovulation testing, pregnancy, parturition and neonates.


It will give benchmarks for normal parameters and advise for clients that want to breed, as well as discus infertility, difficult parturitions, caesarean sections and neonatal emergencies.


Cases studies wi...
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Location: Kings College, London. SE1 9NN
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Nick Bacon


This two-day course on head and neck surgery is designed to be as
clinically relevant as possible. Morning and afternoon sessions are
divided into short technique descriptions, indications and complications,
followed by hands-on cadaver practicals. Delegate number is restricted to
allow for maximal teaching time. Techniques to be covered include thyroid
and parathyroid surgery, ear surgery (lateral wall resection and total ear
canal ablation), ro...
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Location: Fitzpatrick Referrals Oncology and Soft Tissue, 70 Priestley Road, Guildford, Surrey. GU2 7AJ
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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This one-day course is designed to increase confidence when dealing with equine youngsters. The course will have a practical emphasis and will cover the approach to handling, evaluating and treating foals and weanlings. Specific diseases and preventative medicine will be covered.

Location: Rossdales Equine and Diagnostic Centre, Cotton End Road, Exning, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 7NN
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at office@beva.org.uk



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This course is designed to help veterinarians to gain the very latest ideas on the aetiology, identification, treatment and prognosis of problems of the stifle region in the horse and pony. Delegates will be encouraged to interact fully with tutors in the case based open discussions, and practical sessions. Practical sessions will include live animal ultrasonography of the stifle, cadaver session on stifle injection techniques, and examination of cases.

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Location: Rainbow Equine Hospital, Rainbow Farm, Malton, YO17 6SG
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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These workshops are designed to provide all the essential information to ensure that delegates can confidently perform a five stage vetting in line with RCVS, BEVA and VDS recommendations. Previous attendees have ranged from junior vets wishing to start carrying out PPEs to senior practitioners wanting to remind themselves of potential PPE pitfalls and how best to communicate contentious findings. The speakers, including an equine claims consultant from the VDS, all have a huge wealth of knowled...
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Location: Myerscough College, Preston, PR3 0RY
Contact: British Equine Veterinary Association
British Equine Veterinary Association at events@beva.org.uk



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These workshops are designed to provide all the essential information to ensure that delegates can confidently perform a five stage vetting in line with RCVS, BEVA and VDS recommendations. Previous attendees have ranged from junior vets wishing to start carrying out PPEs to senior practitioners wanting to remind themselves of potential PPE pitfalls and how best to communicate contentious findings. The speakers, including an equine claims consultant from the VDS, all have a huge wealth of knowled...
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Location: Myerscough College, Preston, PR3 0RY
Contact: British Equine Veterinary Association
British Equine Veterinary Association at events@beva.org.uk



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Lecturer: Joao Loureiro


This highly practical course aims to give delegates the confidence to perform diagnostic echocardiography in practice. Delegates will learn how to achieve the standard echocardiographic views in dogs as well as giving an overview of the echocardiographic changes seen in common acquired and congenital cardiac diseases in the dog and cat.
The first day will focus on machine set up, common artefact, 2D and M-mode studies. The second day will cover more advanced...
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Location: Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, 4 Battersea Park Road, London. SW8 4AA
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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The course will provide evidence-based updates on a range of topical issues in equine medicine. Recently published and unpublished data will be presented by speakers who have both clinical and research interests in the subjects on which they are presenting. The focus will be on recent research but the information presented will have practical relevance and will be aimed at clinicians who have attained or are working towards certificate level.

Location: The Oxford Belfry, Nr Thame, OX9 2JW
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



Two-day Practical Abdominal Surgery2-Nov-2017 to 3-Nov-2017
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Lecturer: Nick Bacon


This 2 day course will cover common abdominal conditions and surgeries through a step-by-step practical approach. Topics will include biopsy techniques of all the major abdominal organs, surgery of the gastro-intestines including resection-anastomosis, pexy techniques and omentalisation/serosal patching, cystotomy and cystectomy, cholecystectomy and partial liver lobectomy. The goal is to make this course as practical as possible; numbers are limited to maximise i...
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Location: Fitzpatrick Referrals Oncology and Soft Tissue, 70 Priestley Road, Guildford, Surrey. GU2 7AJ
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Andrea Volk


A Problem-based Structured Approach to the most Common Dermatological Presentations in Dogs and Cats


The course aims to interactively discuss individual cases with the delegates. It will provide a structured, problem-based approach to a dermatological workup of common presentations in general practice of the canine and feline patient. At the end of the course you should feel comfortable to start dermatological investigations for the most common present...
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Location: Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, 4 Battersea Park Road, London. SW8 4AA
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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This is an exciting opportunity to participate in the second interactive workshop focusing on equine cardiology. The speakers again include the world renowned veterinary cardiologist, Professor John Bonagura from the Ohio State University and he is joined by Professor Rob Shave from the University of Cardiff, a world authority on cardiac remodelling in human athletes. The morning session will focus on cardiac remodelling in health and disease and the interactive cases will explore how it influen...
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Location: Burleigh Court, Off Ashby Road (A512), Loughborough University (West Park), Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE11 3GR
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at office@beva.org.uk



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Lecturer: Georgina Fricker


Ophthalmic emergencies are a common challenge in small animal first opinion practice. This course aims to help the clinician perform an effective initial assessment to identify where in the eye the problem lies, if vision might be salvageable and to formulate a treatment plan. During the day we aim to cover common ophthalmic emergencies including severe corneal ulcers, traumatic uveitis, lens luxation, glaucoma, corneal foreign bodies, and proptosis of the g...
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Location: Kings College, London. SE1 9NN
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: John Chitty


This more in depth course is designed to give the clinician with a good working knowledge of rabbit cases, the skills to take treatment a step further and establish a high local standing for the practice in the care of rabbit cases. Delegates are encouraged to bring problem or interesting cases for discussion with the group. The Basics of Rabbit Medicine course is highly recommended as a prequel to this CPD course.


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Location: Kings College, London. SE1 9NN
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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One day workshop course using highly illustrated lectures and open discussions based around actual clinical cases.Suitable for veterinarians from mixed and equine practice who are seeking to update their knowledge of this area.

Location: Marshall Auditorium, Imperial War Museum, Duxford, CB22 4QR
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at office@beva.org.uk



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This is a 2 day course, consisting of two half days of lectures and two half days of practical sessions.

This course will cater for vets who do not have great expertise in the field of equine dentistry and is aimed at introducing them to the majority of equine disorders encountered in general practice. The lectures will cover clinical anatomy, physiology, developmental and acquired abnormalities of incisors and cheek teeth, dental infections using manual and motorised dental equipment, d...
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Location: Rossdales LLP, Beaufort Cottage Stables, NEWMARKET, CB8 8JS
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at office@beva.org.uk



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Lecturer: Claire Roberts


This CPD day will focus on the advanced nursing care required for the critical care patient. We will learn how to triage and assess the emergency patient so that we can quickly recognise and treat life threatening conditions.


Topics to be covered include:

-How to perform an emergency triage
-Shock, what it is and how to treat it
-Intravenous fluid therapy
-Analgesia for emergency patients
-Anaesthesia of the septic patient
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Location: Kings College, London. SE1 9NN
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



BEVA Practical Equine Surgery23-Nov-2017 to 24-Nov-2017
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The aim of this course is to provide expert tuition for common equine surgical procedures through informative lectures and practical training sessions for equine Practitioners. Practical sessions will encompass common surgical procedures that can be performed in a practice setting without expensive surgical instruments.

The course will guide delegates from the initial decision to carry out surgery, through perioperative considerations, before in-depth coverage of surgical techniques incl...
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Location: University of Edinburgh The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, Easter Bush, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH25 9RG
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at office@beva.org.uk



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The aim of the course is to provide a solid grounding in equine ophthalmology. The emphasis of the day is the practical use of instrumentation to obtain good clinical information and to provide treatment strategies for the commonly encountered equine ophthalmic conditions. An informal approach is encouraged with time scheduled for case discussion and practical sessions covering ocular ultrasound and indirect ophthalmoscopy. Aimed at all equine practitioner’s who wish to refresh their ophthalmic ...
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Location: De Vere Tortworth Court, Tortworth, Wootton-under-Edge, GL12 8HH
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



Practical Advanced Abdominal Ultrasound27-Nov-2017 to 28-Nov-2017
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Lecturer: Abby Caine
In association with BCF Technology


This two day practical course is aimed at vets in general practice who are already comfortable and competent with general abdominal ultrasound and would like to take their skills to the next level.


Delegates will learn how to perform a more thorough ultrasound examination of the abdomen, including the peritoneum, lymph nodes, adrenal glands and the pancreas and what changes may be seen in the diseased state. There w...
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Location: Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, 4 Battersea Park Road, London. SW8 4AA
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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A requirement for inclusion on the BEVA AI List, this day course will discuss recent changes to artificial insemination in horses. Panel sessions will give delegates the opportunity to discuss any issues in depth with a panel of experts

Location: Stevenson Room, Sir Dennis Rooke Building Holywell Park, Loughborough, Leics, LE11 3TU
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at office@beva.org.uk




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