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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



eCPD ECC for Nurses12-Jul-2017 to 12-Jul-2018
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***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!**



In this 6 part series, Shailen Jasani will cover some key emergency medicine topics with particular emphasis on the essential role of the veterinary nurse. The course will start with a discussion of how to triage the emergency patient, the indications and appropriate use of fluid therapy, and th...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



eCPD Feline Ophthalmology12-Jul-2017 to 12-Jul-2018
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A series of 6 videos with Sally Turner.



***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!**



Feline ophthalmology presents its own unique challenges compared to their canine counterparts, including the role systemic disease and viruses can play in many ophthalmic diseases. This series will start with hints and tips on how to get the ...
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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 6 videos presented by Jon Wray.


***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!**



Frustrated by cardiac patients? Troublesome ECGs? Problems with radiographic interpretation? Although echocardiography is an incredibly useful tool in defining the aetiology of cardiac disease, its use is complicated and requires very frequen...
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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 with Claire Roberts from Synergy CPD.


***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!***



This series of videos is aimed at veterinary nurses who want to provide their senior patients with the best care possible. Old age is not a disease in itself, but it is a time when many disease processes occur.

The followin...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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A seven part series on Endocrine Emergencies with Rob Foale.



***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!**



Course synopsis:
The signs of an endocrine disease or the signs of an animal under treatment becoming unstable can often be completely missed until a crisis point is reached and an animal arrives in an emergency situat...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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A seven part series by Martha Cannon exploring the common causes of inappetence in cats and practical nursing approaches.



***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!**



Poor appetite is a common problem in cats and is a feature of a wide range of diseases and problems. Dehydration, pain and stress can also be very significant c...
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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 parasites and implications for pet travel by Ian Wright.



***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!**



The threats posed to pets and their owners by parasites is growing with increased pet travel, parasite movement and climate change, and nurses are at the forefront of fielding questions and c...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



eCPD Case-Based Challenges1-Aug-2017 to 1-Aug-2018
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A 6 part series on Case-Based Challenges with Jon Wray.



***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!**



Using clinical case studies this course will provide delegates with systematic protocols for work up of some of the most commonly presented clinical signs- vomiting, diarrhoea, PU/PD and anaemia. A logical approach...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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A five part series with Clare Rusbridge exploring small animal neurology.


***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!**


Do you have neuro-phobia or do you want to extend your knowledge of small animal neurology beyond the basics? The advent of the smart phone means that veterinary surgeons are increasingly given movie clip...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



eCPD Vet Refresh Modules8-Aug-2017 to 8-Aug-2018
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Various core videos covering a huge range of different aspects of veterinary skills and medicine such as; Feline Medicine, Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine and Practical skills from a whole host of fantastic lecturers equating to over 50 hours of CPD!


***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!**


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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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A 4 part video series with Ariane Neuber and Stephen Shaw on the pruritic dog.

***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 of videos seeks to provide the practitioner with a very practical, clinically oriented, detailed approach on how to work up dogs with one of the most common presenting signs: pruritus. The series...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



eCPD Fat Cats- A Growing Problem23-Dec-2017 to 23-Dec-2018
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A series of 6 videos with Martha Cannon on Fat Cats and the related medical conditions caused by obesity.

***The cost of this course £45 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!** Pay Per View Options Available too!***

More than 40% of the pet cats in the UK are considered to be overweight or obese. Many owners may not see this as a problem – believing that “a fat c...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



eCPD The Fundamentals of ECC5-Jan-2018 to 5-Jan-2019
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A 5 part series on the Fundamentals of ECC with Shailen Jasani.

***The cost of this course £45 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!** Pay Per View Options Available too!

Emergency medicine is built upon a foundation of core principles and centres on the application of these principles to a diverse array of emergency presentations. In this course we will use the ...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



eCPD GI Challenges with Rob Foale8-Jan-2018 to 8-Jan-2019
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A five part series by Rob Foale investigating gastrointestinal diseases.

***The cost of this course £45 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!** Pay Per View Options Available too!

Gastrointestinal diseases are commonly seen in Practice and often their management is straightforward and rewarding, but equally can be intense and frustrating! These videos will provid...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



eCPD General Anaesthesia for Nurses15-Jan-2018 to 15-Jan-2019
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A 4 part series with Claire Roberts from Synergy CPD.

***The cost of this course £45 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!** Pay Per View Options Available too!

This course is suitable for veterinary nurses who have an interest in small animal anaesthesia and wish to further their knowledge. The aim of the course is to strengthen the theoretical and practical kn...
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Location: Online
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Synopsis: Cats with overgrooming and pruritus are common in clinical practice and can be frustrating to treat. The diagnosis of pruritic disorders is not always easy in the cat. Cats often groom rather than scratch and in many cases, owners do not believe that the cat is pruritic. In addition, some owners fail to recognise excessive grooming as a sign of pruritus. Owners do not suspect that such problems are self-induced, particularly if the cat hides when it overgrooms. One of the challenges to...
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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Ear disease is common in rabbits- these is associated with both lop ears and a brachycephaly and results in a failure of cerumen drainage. Otitis appears secondary to this in some cases.

Clinical signs of ear disease include head tilt; irritation; head shaking; facial nerve palsy; and dysphagia, as well as non-specific pain signs including gut stasis.

Examination of the rabbit ear is not easy especially in lop eared rabbits where conscious examination of the tympanum is basically i...
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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Every day in small animal practice we deal with cases of canine otitis. In most cases veterinarians make a quick diagnosis and successfully treat their canine patients, but some cases become more challenging. This lecture will discuss some of the common mistakes veterinarians make when dealing with canine Otitis Externa Outline 1. Don’t trust Owners (Or Your Colleagues) This section will outline the common problem with trusting owners to assess for resolution and initiate treatment on their own....
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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A rabbit that presents head tilt should be seen as soon as possible as this is always a concern. A good understanding of how to approach head tilt in rabbits is essential for a successful outcome; it is important not only to formulate a list of differential diagnosis in order to establish an adequate treatment plan but also to know how to better support the rabbit during the course of the disease. The two main causes of head tilt in rabbits are E. cuniculi and ear disease. However, other causes ...
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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The assessment and management of pain are critical for the welfare of horses. There have been considerable advances in our understanding of pain, its assessment and management in the horse over recent years. This course will provide practical and evidence-based updates on equine pain assessment and pain management. The speakers have both clinical and research interests in these subjects, and the information presented will have practical relevance to all vets working with horses – be they in gene...
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Location: Holiday Inn Maidstone, London Road, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN15 7RS
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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This Southern Regional Meeting is suitable for all equine practitioners and aims to give an insight into the latest developments in diagnosis and treatment of headshaking, dental disorders and upper respiratory tract issues. The meeting will be delivered exclusively by RCVS and ECVS registered specialists.

Fees:
BEVA Members £50
Student Members £25
Non-Members £100

Location: Crowne Plaza London Gatwick ,Langley Drive, Crawley, West Sussex, RH11 7SX
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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The aim of the course is to ensure that delegates facing a stud season are fully conversant with the essential theory and practical techniques of equine artificial insemination.

Lectures will include health requirements and paperwork for both mare and stallion; semen collection, handling processing and shipping, assessment of the mare prior to insemination; timing of insemination for fresh, chilled and frozen semen; techniques of equine insemination and assessment of the mare after insem...
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Location: Twemlows Hall, AI and EI Centre, Whitchurch, SY13 2EZ
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



Practical Dentistry- Two-Day Course7-Feb-2018 to 8-Feb-2018
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Wednesday 7th & Thursday 8th February 2018


Supported by: im3
Lecturer: Rachel Perry



Dentistry is a very important part of practice life, from a time and income perspective, as well as in terms of general animal welfare, yet it is often the discipline practitioners like the least. This two-day cadaver-based practical course aims to significantly improve your practical dentistry skills as well as reignite your enthusiasm.



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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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This course is aimed at mixed and equine only practitioners of all levels of experience. The day revolves around the treatment of live patients with a balance of Veterinary Surgeons and highly experienced Equine Dental Technicians leading the teaching. Small group practical's will allow all delegates to perform full dental treatments under the guidance of the course tutors. This course is aimed at practitioners (regardless of their experience) looking to improve their knowledge and practical ski...
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Location: Avon Riding Centre, Kingsweston Road, Bristol, BS10 7QT
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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This Midlands Regional Meeting is suitable for all equine practitioners and aims to give an insight into managing the most common complaints in the performance horse: musculoskeletal and respiratory disorders. The course will be delivered by RCVS and ECVS/ECVIM registered specialists.

Fee:
BEVA Members £50
Student Members £25
Non-Members £100

Location: Radisson Blue Hotel, East Midlands Airport, Herald Way, Pegasus Business Park, East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Derbyshire, DE74 2TZ
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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In Association With: Boehringer Academy

Lecturer: Sarah Caney


Thanks to better diets and health care, more and more cats are now living to/beyond a geriatric age (15 years). Cats are very good at adapting to and compensating for illness, which can make it hard for carers to spot signs of disease. Many common geriatric illnesses can be managed with benefits to both quality and length of life. Management of concurrent disease can make clinical care challenging however. The speake...
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Location: Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington. London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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This South of England Regional Meeting comprises two evening sessions separated with a buffet dinner. The lectures are specific to the horse back, based on the latest in diagnostics and treatment from several different viewpoints. This should be of interest to the studying for RCVS related modules, and the more experienced clinicians.


Location: All England Jumping Course, London Road, Haywards Heath, RH17 5NU
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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This meeting provides a smörgåsbord for equine vets... Dr Mark Caldwell will look at laminitis from a farrier/vet perspective, Chris Pearce will explore dental diastemata (after supper!) and Chris Shepherd will provide an AI update.

Fee:
BEVA Members £50
Student Members £25
Non-Members £100



Location: Lakeside Conference Centre, Roadford lake, Broadwoodwidger, Lifton, Devon, PL16 0RL
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



Practical Echocardiography26-Feb-2018 to 27-Feb-2018
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In Association With: BCF Technology

Lecturer: Joao Loureiro



This highly practical course aims to give delegates the confidence to perform diagnostic echocardiography in practice.

At the end of the two days, candidates should feel confident to achieve the standard echocardiographic views on the right and left side, perform M-mode and Doppler studies in a variety of dogs. Examples of echocardiographic changes seen with common diseases such as valvular endocardiosis, di...
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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Claire Roberts


Anaesthesia is a daily occurrence in practice and often can be approached in a fairly routine manner. Some cases require far more consideration and planning than others, however. This one-day course will look at some of the specific challenges that we are often faced with, and how best to approach them in terms of anaesthetic induction, maintenance and the recovery period. The latter can often be the most susceptible time for some of the more vulnerable patien...
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Location: Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington. London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Denise Tonry

We face wounds each day in our profession; from surgical incisions to injuries presented in an emergency. This course will aim to improve our understanding of wounds: their creation and healing, dressings to apply and bandaging techniques.

We will begin by revisiting the anatomy and physiology of the skin in both canine and feline species, and its particularities. Then we will cover wound pathophysiology, classification, and mechanisms of healing. A case-base...
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Location: Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington. London. SE17 3BN
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 optimise 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 recognise what is normal and how to classify any abnormalities noted. Delegates will learn how to achieve standard views of the abdomen, whi...
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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Topics covered in this course will be:
• Diagnosis and management of colic to include:
o use of Vienna horse for rectal exam
o nasogastric intubation
o the art of refluxing
o how to peritoneal tap
o how to use in-house lab results
o FLASH scanning practical, decision making
o when to refer
o fluids
o client management
o colic prevention
o foal colic
• Gastric ulcer disease
• Common causes of diarrhoea and their management...
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Location: Defence Animal Centre, Asfordby Road, Melton Mowbray, LE13 0GX
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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Following the findings from the BEVA 2014 injuries survey, that showed Equine Vets have the highest risk of any civilian occupation, this must attend course will address a range of traumatic/ medical conditions which can be prevalent in the equine veterinary industry on a daily basis. Using practice based scenarios this course will cover how to assess serious injuries and perform essential first aid should an accident occur in your hospital or ambulatory practice environment and will also look a...
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Location: The Horse Trust, The Horse Trust, PRINCES RISBOROUGH, HP27 0PP
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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Lecturer: Philip Lhermette

In Association With: Storz

This practical course provides an introduction to rigid endoscopy including an overview of rhinoscopy, urethrocystoscopy, otoscopy, thoracoscopy, laparoscopy and minimally invasive surgery. There will be a brief overview of instrumentation and techniques in human surgery before moving onto the range of minimally invasive techniques performed in veterinary surgery including the advantages and disadvantages of these techniques. Ba...
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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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This North West Regional Meeting offers an opportunity to be brought up to date with developments in equine gastroenterology that are relevant to ambulatory equine practice and to discuss areas of controversy and difficulty. Recent evidence will be be reviewed by the panel of speakers who will also be able to fall back on their substantial collective experience.

Location: The Park Royal Hotel, Stretton Road, Stretton. WA4 4NS



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Lecturer: Georg Haimel

Supported By: Veterinary Orthopaedics

This highly practical course will cover the most common forelimb fractures seen in practice, giving delegates the confidence to successfully manage them surgically. Surgical approaches, surgical planning, potential complications and fracture reduction techniques will be introduced in short theory-based lectures prior to each practical session. This will allow delegates to gain an understanding of the basic surgical princi...
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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Georg Haimel

Supported by: Veterinary Orthopaedics

This two day strongly practical cadaver based course will introduce delegates to the basic surgical and orthopaedic principles of management of some of the most common fractures affecting the forelimb and hindlimb in dogs and cats. Each practical cadaver session will be complemented by a theoretical introduction and review of the surgical considerations required in order to achieve successful fracture repairs. Day one wil...
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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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The course will cover the following topics:
• Physical & Chemical Restraint
• Continuous Infusion Sedation
• Local Anaesthesia for Standing Surgical Techniques
• Short Term/Single Bolus General Anaesthesia in the Field
• Prolonging General Anaesthesia in the Field
• When Things go Wrong!
• Castration techniques
• Complications of castration
• Practical sessions
• In-Field General Anaesthetics for colt castrations x 4 or more
• Horse Heads – palpation a...
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Location: Three Counties Equine Hospital, LLP, Stratford Bridge, Tewkesbury. GL20 6HE
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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Lecturer: Georg Haimel

Supported by: Veterinary Orthopaedics

This highly practical course will cover the most common hindlimb fractures seen in practice, giving delegates the confidence to successfully manage them surgically. Surgical approaches, surgical planning, potential complications and fracture reduction techniques will be introduced in short theory-based lectures prior to each practical session. This will allow delegates to gain an understanding of the basic surgical princi...
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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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This two-day course is suitable for veterinarians from mixed and equine practice who are seeking to update their knowledge of the axial skeleton which cause important clinical problems in the horse and pony.

With the use of highly illustrated lectures, case based discussion groups, open discussions, imaging quizzes, video presentation combined with a practical on saddle fitting; this course has been designed to help veterinarians gain the very latest ideas of aetiology, identification, t...
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Location: Cambridge Veterinary School Madingley Road Cambridge CB3 0ES
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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Lecturer: Roger Powell

Correct and appropriate sample handling and analysis can be key in the diagnosis of many diseases frequently encountered in practice. In the busy veterinary clinic, vet nurses play an important role in the preparation of different types of samples for external labs as well in the often under-utilised skill of in-house analysis.

This highly practical day will give vet nurses the skills to be able to make diagnostic blood smears or check cytology slides by feel...
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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.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: West Wilts Equestrian Centre, Melksham Road, North Trowbridge, BA14 6QT
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: West Wilts Equestrian Centre, Melksham Road, North Trowbridge, BA14 6QT
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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Lecturer: Nick Bacon

This two-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 ind...
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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Isuru Gajanayake

Are you fed up with diarrhoea? Frustrated by regurgitation? Don’t know which diet to feed for IBD?

Gastrointestinal signs, such as vomiting, diarrhoea, weight loss and inappetence are a very common reason for veterinary visits, but these conditions can still be very frustrating to manage. In this full-day course, case-based material will be used to discuss the diagnostic approach to common gut disorders seen in general practice. The treatment plan for the...
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Location: Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington. London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Nicola Ackerman

Consultation skills are vital skills for a veterinary nurse to master. This highly interactive course will cover everything that you need to know about nurse consultations, covering the diverse range of consultation types which you may be required to participate in in your practice: surgical admissions, discharge of patients and many more. This course will give delegates the tools and confidence to go back to their practices and take on fresh roles.

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Location: 204 Manor Place, Kennington. London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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This Scotland Regional Meeting provides something for everyone and anyone who treats horses as part of their routine practice work. These “TED” talk style sessions offer a wide range of topics of interest to mixed and equine practitioners. The focus will be on information relevant to the field.

Fee:
BEVA Members £50
Student Members £25
Non-Members £100

Location: University of Edinburgh The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, Easter Bush, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH25 9RG
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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This meeting will focus on evidence-based theory associated with emergency IV fluid therapy and foal care. There will also be a practical run through of case scenarios so that delegates can practice what they have learnt in the theory sessions.

Location: Bottle Green Training, 1a Offices, Derby, DE73 8HJ
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



Emergency Surgery- Two-Day Course14-May-2018 to 15-May-2018
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Lecturer: Paul Aldridge


Performing an unfamiliar technique in an emergency situation is stressful for all concerned! This course aims to give hands-on experience in performing the surgical techniques necessary to deal with common emergency presentations. It is suitable for all vets in practice. We will outline why, when, and how to employ the techniques; putting them into context within the stabilization and treatment of these often challenging, but rewarding cases.

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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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This popular one-day equine cardiology course is being offered again in 2018. This is a practical course and covers all the commonly encountered cardiovascular abnormalities in horses. Emphasis is placed on auscultation and hands-on interpretation of clinical findings using horses with cardiac abnormalities brought into the racing school. The course includes over 3 hours of practical case examination and case discussion of horses affected with all of the common cardiac abnormalities that you are...
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Location: British Racing School, Snailwell Road, Newmarket, CB8 7NU
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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Lecturer: Paul Aldridge

Trauma patients commonly present to us as emergencies; the nature of their injuries dictates prompt triage, stabilisation and then often surgical intervention. This course is suitable for all veterinary nurses and aims to outline a systematic approach from initial assessment of major body systems at triage, to stabilisation of dyspnoea and ‘shock’, through to the specific management of certain presentations once stable.

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Location: Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington. London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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This course, timed to follow directly after Hands-On Equine Cardiology, is designed to teach veterinary surgeons how to scan the horse’s heart. Delegate numbers for this long-running and highly-popular course are kept small to ensure maximum exposure to case material. Please register early to avoid disappointment as this course always sells out.

The programme covers recognition of normal cardiac anatomy, common cardiac abnormalities and measurement of intracardiac dimensions. An introdu...
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Location: British Racing School, Snailwell Road, Newmarket, CB8 7NU
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



Endocrinology Day21-May-2018
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Lecturer: Fiona Adam

Too many hormones, or not enough! Endocrinopathies can be challenging to diagnose, with variable clinical presentations and imprecise diagnostic tests leading to the possibility of missed or incorrect diagnoses. During this CPD day, you will become more comfortable and confident in diagnosing and managing a range of endocrine disorders including hyperadrenocorticism, hypoadrenocorticism, thyroid, pituitary and parathyroid disorders.

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Location: 204 Manor Place, Kennington. London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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This meeting will focus on evidence-based theory associated with emergency IV fluid therapy and foal care. There will also be a practical run through of case scenarios so that delegates can practice what they have learnt in the theory sessions.

Key Learning Objectives:
• Enhance your knowledge of different IV fluids, and confidently apply this knowledge to clinical cases
• Recap and build on your knowledge of conditions needing IV fluids
• Learn how best to administer IV flui...
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Location: Hook Norton Veterinary Surgery, White Hills Surgery, Banbury. OX15 5DG
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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Lecturer: Jon Wray

Palpitations? Weak at the knees? Feeling faint or in need of resuscitation? If the thought of dealing with cardiac emergencies makes you feel any of these, this one-day course with case-based examples aims to give you the confidence to be calm in the face of cardiac catastrophe.

Topics to be covered include:

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Pericardial effusion
Congestive heart failure
The arrhythmic dog and cat
Syncope and collapse in dogs
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Location: 204 Manor Place, Kennington. London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



Practical Oral and Dental Trauma13-Jun-2018 to 14-Jun-2018
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Lecturer: Rachel Perry

Cats and dogs commonly sustain traumatic dentoalveolar injuries (TDI). This course will provide the general practitioner with knowledge of the commonly encountered injuries and optimal management of these patients will be covered in detail. There will be a highly practical component, with a chance to practise; oesophagostomy placement, nerve blocks, mylohyoid intubation, and symphyseal separation cerclage. In addition, the materials for non-invasive jaw fracture re...
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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Georgina Fricker

With the current popularity of brachycephalic breeds in the UK, practitioners are increasingly encountering canine corneal and ocular surface conditions. Using case-based discussion this highly interactive course aims to provide practitioners with confidence in approaching common disorders of the canine cornea and pre-corneal tear film. It will provide delegates with tools for discussion of these conditions and the treatment options available to owners. Starting...
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Location: 204 Manor Place, Kennington. London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturers: Roger Powell & Mark Goodfellow

Lymphoma is one of the commonest small animal neoplasms but it can often require a multi-disciplinary approach to diagnose and a patient-specific choice of therapy because lymphoma is, in fact, a group of related but distinct diseases. Understanding the differences between different lymphoma types allows for a more specific diagnosis, better monitoring of treatment and selection of targeted therapy. This maximises the opportunity to choose a well...
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Location: 204 Manor Place, Kennington. London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Linda Ryan

Cancer is a common cause of death and illness in older pets. Up to one-in-four cats and dogs over eight years old will die from it, and many more pets live with chronic cancer conditions. Therefore veterinary nurses in all types of practice are seeing cancer patients daily. Whether or not they consider themselves be oncology nurses: everyone is an oncology nurse!

VNs are perfectly placed to provide key aspects of patient care, as well as being the primary liais...
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Location: 204 Manor Place, Kennington. London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Elise Robertson

This two-day laparoscopy course is designed for clinicians in general practice with basic skills or no previous experience in rigid endoscopy. An overview of selection and care of the instruments required for everyday procedures in both dogs and cats will give delegates the knowledge to invest in the correct equipment for their practice caseload. We will then move on to the diagnostic and basic surgical procedures that can be performed with these minimally invasi...
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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturers: Heide Kloppel & Frances Downing

The use of local anaesthetic drugs as part of a multimodal approach to analgesia is commonplace in human medicine; they reduce the time patients spend in hospital, accelerate recovery and improve patient satisfaction. Peripheral nerve blocks can be quick, simple and inexpensive to perform. Despite this, local anaesthetics are still relatively underused by the veterinary profession.

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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Paul Aldridge

Schedule 3 of the Veterinary Surgeons Act allows registered veterinary nurses to perform acts of minor surgery under veterinary supervision. This highly practical course aims to give an introduction to the typical procedures covered under this legislation, allowing delegates to gain confidence in their surgical skills in a relaxed setting. The initial management of traumatic wounds will be covered, along with the decision making process of why, when, and how we clo...
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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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This meeting will focus on evidence-based theory associated with emergency IV fluid therapy and foal care. There will also be a practical run through of case scenarios so that delegates can practice what they have learnt in the theory sessions.

Key Learning Objectives:
• Enhance your knowledge of different IV fluids, and confidently apply this knowledge to clinical cases
• Recap and build on your knowledge of conditions needing IV fluids
• Learn how best to administer IV flui...
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Location: Weipers Centre Equine Hospital, University of Glasgow, Glasgow. G61 1QH
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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New for 2018 and by request, BEVA have developed this one day course which is suitable for all veterinary surgeons whether in ambulatory practice or a hospital setting.

Getting the feeding right is the cornerstone of almost every case we see in veterinary practice whether it’s a conversation with an owner about their overweight horse, examining a geriatric horse with weight loss or formulating parenteral nutrition for an intensive care case. In many instances owners seek their advice from...
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Location: Mercure Newbury Elcot Park Hotel, Elcot, Newbury, Berkshire, RG20 8NJ
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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This course is aimed at veterinarians and the more experienced EDT who wishes to sit the BEVA/BVDA EDT examination in the future. The course is offered as blended learning with introductory material provided online. Lectures with will cover all the theory needed for the theory section of the EDT Exam. At the end of day two the EDT exam will be discussed in detail highlighting the reasons for previous exam failures. Comprehensive notes are included in the course fee, which are essential reading w...
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Location: Jurys Inn Hotel, 245 Broad Street, BIRMINGHAM, B1 2HQ
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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This course is aimed at veterinarians and the more experienced EDT who wishes to sit the BEVA/BVDA EDT examination in the future. The course is offered as blended learning with introductory material provided online. Lectures with will cover all the theory needed for the theory section of the EDT Exam. At the end of day two the EDT exam will be discussed in detail highlighting the reasons for previous exam failures. Comprehensive notes are included in the course fee, which are essential reading w...
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Location: Jurys Inn Hotel, 245 Broad Street, BIRMINGHAM, B1 2HQ
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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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 pathology are all covered in lecture and group discussion format, with ...
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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Rachel Perry

Dental radiography is at a tipping point in veterinary practice as more and more practices rightly acknowledge its importance and make worthwhile investments. All veterinary practices providing small animal dental services should have access to and use dental radiography on a routine basis. Nurses can become actively involved in, and highly proficient at generating diagnostic full mouth dental radiographs of cats and dogs. This ensures detection of all relevant path...
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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Sarah Heath

This one-day CPD course will discuss emotional development in puppies and consider ways in which veterinary practices can play a role in optimising the process in their patients. The importance of appropriate advice for breeders and new owners will be covered and advice given as to how to present this information in an effective way. The specific issue of neutering will be explored and the potential benefits and pitfalls of surgical neutering in relation to behaviour...
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Location: 204 Manor Place, Kennington. London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Roger Powell

Frustrated by waiting for results from the lab? Wondering whether those results from your in-house analyser can be trusted? In an emergency setting, prompt clinical diagnosis is essential for starting appropriate therapy, but you can be left waiting more than 24 hours for results from an external laboratory.

This highly practical course will give you the skills you need to use in-house microscopy to gain a useful diagnosis faster and thus start appropriate th...
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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Abby Caine

This two-day practical course will cover machine set up, which probe to use and how to optimise 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 recognise what is normal and how to classify any abnormalities noted. Delegates will learn how to achieve standard views of the abdomen, which measurements are useful to take and what...
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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Rob Foale

This one-day course will provide colleagues in general practice with an up to date review of how to approach and practice medical oncology, predominantly in dogs but with reference to feline oncology where appropriate. Starting with the optimal clinical approach to patients with neoplasia, how to reach an accurate diagnosis and the importance of clinical staging. This interactive course will move on to cover the diagnosis and currently recommended treatment protocols ...
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Location: 204 Manor Place, Kennington. London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Equine Lameness evaluation is changing rapidly with objective lameness equipment becoming available for purchase and becoming increasingly well validated. Advanced imaging techniques are now more widely used and better understood. So where does all of this fit in for the first opinion and advanced practitioner? How are these technologies best applied in practice? What can we learn from these machines? Are there any limitations to their use?

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Location: Thirsk Racecourse Ltd, Station Road, Thirsk. YO7 1QL
Contact: BEVA
BEVA 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.

At the end of the two days, candidates should feel confident to achieve the standard echocardiographic views on the right and left side, perform M-mode and Doppler studies in a variety of dogs. Examples of echocardiographic changes seen with common diseases such as valvular endocardiosis, dilated cardiomyopathy and feline cardiomyopathies wi...
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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.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, St Michael's Road, Preston, PR3 0RY
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 knowle...
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Location: Myerscough College, Preston, PR3 0RY
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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A day discussing the radiography and ultrasound skills deemed essential for any vet seeing horses in general practice. Pre-course online learning will allow for emphasis on the day to be placed on the practical skills required and panel discussions. There will be both theory and practical teaching on the basics of radiography, how to take good radiographs and how to interpret them. The same format will be provided for ultrasound of the distal limb in the field. There will also be theory and disc...
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Location: Rossdales Equine Hospital and Diagnostic Centre, Cotton End Road, Newmarket, CB8 7NN
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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Lecturer: Abby Caine

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 will be an introduction to the use of 2D and do...
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Location: The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington, London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD Ltd
Central CPD Ltd at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Martha Cannon

Poor appetite is a common presenting condition in cats, with a wide range of potential underlying causes, some easier to identify than others.

This course reviews some of the common but less easily diagnosed causes of inappetence in cats. We will look at the management of chronic diseases that affect appetite, including gastrointestinal disease, chronic kidney disease, pancreatitis and neoplasia. While also covering effective practical techniques, tips and t...
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Location: Manor Place, 204 Manor Place, Kennington. London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Frances Downing

Feeling stuck in a rut with your anaesthetic protocols? Unsure how to get the most from your new monitoring equipment? You are not alone! This course is designed to give you the knowledge to more confidently manage the more difficult cases requiring anaesthesia that come through the practice doors.


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Management of abdominal emergencies and polytrauma patients requiring sedation and anaesthesia
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Location: 204 Manor Place, Kennington. London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Claire Roberts

This course is aimed at veterinary nurses in general practice who are committed to raising the standard of care that they provide their patients.

Our aim is to provide you with the knowledge and enthusiasm which will enable you to bring achievable levels of advanced nursing into general practice and to learn and share ideas with like-minded people.

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Care plans – what are they, how can we create a working model and how ...
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Location: 204 Manor Place, Kennington. London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk



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Lecturer: Dr Clare Rusbridge

Dogs, like humans, are living longer, but also like humans may not always age successfully. Increasingly owners expect good healthcare for their senior pets, which are considered, quite rightly, a member of the family – a dismissive “he’s just getting old” is no longer an acceptable explanation.

This course covers the increasingly common presentation of neurological deficits in the geriatric pet. Starting with a review of the neurological examination an...
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Location: 204 Manor Place, Kennington. London. SE17 3BN
Contact: Central CPD
Central CPD at enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk




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