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 CPD with St Francis - Managing Motivation CPD with St Francis - Managing Motivation

This seminar explores what motivates and how, as leaders of the business we can create a motivated team. The day covers the following; • What motivates people - understanding where motivation comes from and how to tune into what motivates individuals to get the most out of a team dynamic. • How leaders can influence their outcomes - explores why some people are great and will sacrifice for others and how we can influence and create like minded team members • The science behind motivation - takes a look at the biology behind it all and demonstrates what we need to do in order to meet our business goals effectively. • The strengths in play - examines what our strengths are as individuals and within our business and how they can really help us progress and explores the issues that can occur if those strengths are overused, giving guidance on getting it right. • Visualising objectives - works with a number of tools to help you communicate your objectives effectively. • Five fat factors of motivation - gives you a framework to ensure your team can be inspired to reach their goal. • Finally there will be a section on how to progress with your practice team and guidance on running sessions with the team back in practice to make practical use of the information from the workshop, with a number of practical helpful tools for you to download and use after this seminar. Business Academy courses are for St Francis Group members. To find out more, to enrol for this course or to enquire about ALL the benefits of becoming an St Francis Group member, click the VIST MY WEBSITE link This is what some of our Business Academy delegates think of our courses: “…one of the most useful days of management CPD I have ever attended” Practice Partner “Great day - very helpful, brilliant information” Practice Manager “Really positive and reinvigorated for return to...

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Advanced Nursing and Critical Care

Thursday 23rd November 2017 Central London 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 What do when it all goes wrong- CPR www.centralcpd.co.uk www.vet-ecpd.com

 
Advanced Rabbit Medicine- Beyond Burs and Baytril

Wednesday 15th November 2017 Central London 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.   Topics to be covered include: – Clinical pathology Imaging – ultrasound, radiology and CT (with case studies) Abscess management Opthalmology, including enucleation Neurology and orthopaedics Advanced cardiorespiratory disease – diagnostics and therapeutics Aural disease and surgery www.centralcpd.co.uk www.vet-ecpd.com

 
bus Anaesthesia CPD with the Webinar Vet Anaesthesia CPD with the Webinar Vet

Below are just some of the webinars available to our members or can be purchased individually For more information on our courses and membership please visit our shopfront --------------- Beginner’s guide to blood gas analysis. The I-STAT and beyond… Tobias Grave More and more veterinary practices are now able to measure blood gases and acid-base values “in house”. This webinar aims to give the participant a guide on how to best utilise blood gas and acid-base analysis in general practice. After an introductory overview of basic acid-base and blood gas physiology, a practical approach to analysing the measured values will be discussed, including “typical scenarios” you might encounter in practice. Biography: Tobias graduated from the Tierärztliche Hochschule in Hannover in 1999 and then spent 3 years working in a mixed animal practice and a small animal clinic in Germany before starting as an emergency vet in central London. He joined Vets Now in 2003, working as a Senior Vet in Stoke-on-Trent, Edinburgh and Glasgow. He completed a Vets Now-Residency in Emergency and Critical Care at the University of Glasgow and acquired “Specialist” status by becoming board certified as a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care in 2013 in San Diego. Tobias has lectured worldwide at different veterinary meetings, including the largest International Emergency Symposium (IVECCS, USA) and the largest European Veterinary Congress (BSAVA, UK). He has published various veterinary articles in English and German and is chairmen of the British Association of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (BAVECC). He was previously nominated for the “Pet Plan Vet of the year” award and won the “Vets Now Referral Clinician of the year” award in 2013. He is leading the ECC referral service and is the director of the internship programme at the Vets Now...

 
Animal Jobs Direct - Online Training and Recruitment

Animal Jobs Direct is dedicated to providing online training courses and recruitment for the animal care sector. Let our experts assist you achieve your goal in finding the right career, course or job opportunity working with animals. Courses are on our website www.animal-job.co.uk/animal-care-courses.html Recruitment through our Job Board: www.animaljobsdirect.com For more information about our CPD click on 'Visit my Web Site' under Seller Info    

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Animal Nursing Assistant Distance Learning Course Animal Nursing Assistant Distance Learning Course

We offer the Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma for Animal Nursing Assistants via distance learning only. No college attendance necessary. No exams! Flexible study and payment options. To find out more see our website www.sjstrainiing.co.uk or email Sarah Stockwell sjstraining@btinternet.com or call 0845 2570976

 
Basics of Rabbit Medicine

Wednesday 10th May 2017 Central London This course aims to provide the practitioner with the knowledge and tools for a rabbit consultation. It will provide a refresher on basic rabbit physiology and husbandry before moving on to initial investigation, safe anaesthesia and formulating appropriate treatment plans. Common clinical conditions encountered will be covered including dentistry, gut stasis and infectious disease. Leaving the practitioner confident to treat this popular pet with a high standard of care.   Topics to be covered include: – The rabbit consultation, including the ‘quiet rabbit’ presentation. Taking into account relevant anatomy and physiology Basic investigations, including sampling and radiography Dental disease, diagnosis, treatment and management Safe anaesthesia Infectious diseases and prevention Gut stasis and its management. www.centralcpd.co.uk www.vet-ecpd.com

 
bus Behaviour CPD with the Webinar Vet Behaviour CPD with the Webinar Vet

Below are just some of the webinars available to our members or can be purchased individually For more information on our courses and membership please visit our shopfront --------------- Home alone: the diagnosis and treatment of canine separation anxiety Valerie Jonckheer-Sheehy Separation anxiety is a prevalent problem, affecting 14-29% of all dogs.  Dogs with separation anxiety exhibit signs of anxiety, fear, or panic, including excessive vocalisation, destruction, and house soiling. This typically occurs when the dog doesn’t have physical access (when the dog’s owners are out of the house) but it can also occur when the owners are home but the dog cannot reach them.  Separation anxiety is a serious behavioural issue, adversely affecting the quality of life of the dog and his owners. It is frequently mis- or under diagnosed making it a huge canine welfare concern. --------------- Scary sounds: the diagnosis and treatment of canine noise phobias Valerie Jonckheer-Sheehy Firework season is approaching fast. Are you inundated with questions from clients with dogs who are terrified of the sound of fireworks being let off? Year in, year out veterinarians are overwhelmed by questions from frantic dog owners as to what to do with their overly anxious pets. Vets are also overwhelmed by the array of different techniques and products that can supposedly help to ameliorate this condition. During this webinar, Behaviour Vet, Valerie Jonckheer-Sheehy will guide veterinarians as to how they can diagnose and treat patients suffering from this condition. Correct diagnosis is essential as not all dogs are as scared as they may seem to be at first glance and those that appear “ok” may not be. However, dogs that are truly affected by this condition are stressed and their welfare is compromised. They must be treated to safeguard their wellbeing. Furthermore, dogs suffering from a noise phobia...

 
Business Academy CPD and Training with St Francis Business Academy CPD and Training with St Francis

Training and CPD In today's continually changing market, staying up to date through training and continuing professional development is more important than ever. As a member of the St Francis Group, you are eligible to join our Business Academy and can also take advantage of our monthly webinars and other training resources. St Francis Business Academy The Business Academy offers professional staff development for vets, nurses, receptionists and support staff via seminars, webcasts and downloadable support tools. These cover key areas, including leadership and communication, planning for profit, key performance management and client management. Developed and led by Bobbie Flight (VN) who has many years experience in business development and training, the Academy is a unique training resource which includes follow-up support throughout the year as you put your learning and development into practice. KPI-based professional training to develop your business Year-round development for vets, nurses and support staff Key areas covered, including: leadership, communication, performance and client management Developed and delivered by a veterinary training professional Additional support to ensure learning is put into practice Practice Management Webinar Series From the Webinar Vet and Vet Dynamics, this invaluable resource is designed to address the concerns of practice owners, managers and employees in the veterinary business, including topics such as leadership, client footfall, managing staff and profitable business models. The series consists of a monthly evening webinar delivered by prominent speakers and advisors to the veterinary industry. Clinical Vet CPD We have preferential terms with a number of  vet CPD  providers and work with manufacturers to give access to sponsored  vet CPD  to members in the form of seminar and webinar-based training. To find out more about St...

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Canine Behaviour Basics - Low Stress Handling Canine Behaviour Basics - Low Stress Handling

COURSE SUMMARY How confident are you at helping the stressed dog in practice? Do you understand the signs of stress/anxiety and, more importantly, do you know how to alleviate these for the good of all? These are essential skills in providing effective routine and preventative health care for canine patients, safely. For all aspects of care for dogs, including in-practice management – behaviour is EVERYTHING! Are you prepared?! This interactive course will focus on the use of canine-friendly handling techniques that will reduce the problems associated with anxious or fearful dogs, facilitating increased productivity and job satisfaction. We will look at strategies that can be tailored to the individual patient and situation, and general changes to the environment that will simply help many canine patients adapt better in the clinic. We will also explore advice to be given to prepare dogs and owners in advance of visits; as well as how to optimise care and compliance at home following a practice procedure.   LEARNING OUTCOMES By the end of this module, successful candidates will be able to: Understand the reasoning behind the importance of low stress handling of dogs Know and apply principles of low stress dog handling, pre-emptive measures and trouble- shooting within the practice Be able to advise clients on helpful techniques to reduce dog stress before, during and after travel to the practice LEARNING & TEACHING METHODS Guided research of areas relevant to this topic The use of discussion forums to share experiences and solutions to problems Creation of new protocols to take with you and assist you in the future Reflection on work to help you progress professionally Full IT and tutor support throughout, with feedback on your work on completion of the module       TUTOR Linda Ryan DipAVN (Medical) VTS (Oncology) RVN   ...

 
Cardiology

Cardiology: Therapeutics and Common-sense Approaches to Everyday Cardiac Problems Friday 9th June 2017 Central London Do you find heart murmurs murderous, heart failure patients get you in a huff or are you perturbed by pericardial diseases? Well help is at hand in the form of this one-day course on cardiac therapeutics concentrating on problem-solving, rational treatment decision-making and common-sense approaches to common problems encountered every day in general practices. With the aid of illustrative case examples and packed with useful practical tips this course is designed for the busy practitioner interested in brushing up on their treatment of cardiac patients. Topics to be covered include: -management of congestive heart failure in dogs -treatment of feline aortic thromboembolism -arrhythmias: what can be achieved by the non-cardiologist? -pericardial effusions -how I approach feline cardiomyopathies www.centralcpd.co.uk www.vet-ecpd.com

 
bus Cardiology CPD with the Webinar Vet Cardiology CPD with the Webinar Vet

Below are just some of the webinars available to our members or can be purchased individually For more information on our courses and membership please visit our shopfront --------------- Veterinary Interventional Cardiothoracic and Vascular Procedures Alistair Gibson Alistair qualified from University College Dublin in 1986. Following a period working in England, he subsequently worked as a partner in the small animal section of a     mixed practice in N Ireland where he developed an interest in small animal cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery. He left in 2005 to establish a small animal cardiothoracic medical and surgical referral service in Belfast and to set up a Holter Monitoring service available to veterinary surgeons. Alistair has lectured widely to both vets and vet nurses in Ireland, the UK and Europe on topics related to cardiology, ultrasonography, minimally invasive surgery and   interventional cardio-respiratory and vascular procedures. --------------- Advances in Cardiology Hannah Stephenson After graduating from Glasgow University Hannah spent 2 years in mixed practice in Lancashire before embarking on her specialist career. She undertook a small animal internship at the RVC before moving back up North to Liverpool to research dilated cardiomyopathy. She followed this with a residency at Liverpool, obtaining her European diploma in 2012, and stayed on as a lecturer in Cardiology until this year. She now operates a mobile, in-house cardiology referral service for veterinary practices in the North West and beyond, as well as being a part time milk-maid on her  dairy farm in Lancashire --------------- Plugging holes and minimizing murmurs – management of canine congenital heart disease Pedro Oliviera Congenital heart disease in dogs is more common than might be appreciated and frequently may go undetected. Knowledge of the most common congenital...

 
Carolyne Crowe Coaching and Mentoring Carolyne Crowe Coaching and Mentoring

Wanting to get the most out of your life and career as a vet, but unsure of your next step? Needing confidential support and guidance? As an experienced vet and accredited coach, Carolyne can help you overcome the personal and professional challenges you face on a daily basis. Contact Carolyne Crowe to find out more about living life to the full and achieving your ambitions. To find out more about Coaching and Mentoring click on 'Visit my Web Site' under Seller Info

 
Cat Behaviour

Cat Behaviour: The Interplay between Physical and Emotional Health in Cats Monday 11th September 2017 Central London 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 emotional factors when taking a history and how to advise clients so that they can meet their cat’s environmental needs and optimise their emotional health. Topics to be covered include: The link between feline distress and physical disease The link between pain and behaviour Investigation of behavioural factors in feline medicine case Feline environmental needs How to advise clients in relation to reduction of feline distress in the home www.centralcpd.co.uk www.vet-ecpd.com

 
CAW Business School - Management Courses CAW Business School - Management Courses

How do you make a team that is greater than the sum of its parts? CAW’s new Business School offers an accredited Level 3 Certificate in Leadership and Management. This is aimed at the Head Nurses, Practice Managers, and the Senior Veterinary Surgeons of the veterinary world who are looking to make their team work like a fine watch. You may feel like a born leader, but it’s something that can be learned! Leading a team or managing a practice is the single biggest challenge that exists in the veterinary profession. Individually, you and the members of your veterinary team are likely enormously capable. In fact, quite often you’re so good, you’re taken and placed in the position of ‘team leader’, ‘head nurse’, ‘practice manager’, or ‘senior veterinary surgeon’. Contact us for more information at 01480 422 060, or email admin@caw.ac.uk!

 
bus Chicken CPD with the Webinar Vet Chicken CPD with the Webinar Vet

Below are just some of the webinars available to our members or can be purchased individually For more information on our courses and membership please visit our shopfront --------------- Ectoparasites, Mareks Disease and Miscellaneous Conditions Richard Jackson and Alison Colville-Hyde Richard Jackson and Alison Colville-Hyde will discuss Ectoparasites, Mareks Disease and Miscellaneous Conditions. The webinars can only be purchased as a Series on http://thewebinarvet.com/chickenvet/ you can not buy each webinar by itself. --------------- Reproductive Disorders Richard Jackson and Alison Colville-Hyde Richard Jackson and Alison Colville-Hyde will discuss  Reproductive Disorders. The webinars can only be purchased as a Series on http://thewebinarvet.com/chickenvet/ you can not buy each webinar by itself. --------------- Respiratory Tract Disorders Richard Jackson and Alison Colville-Hyde Richard Jackson and Alison Colville-Hyde will discuss Respiratory Tract Disorders. The webinars can only be purchased as a Series on http://thewebinarvet.com/chickenvet/ you can not buy each webinar by itself. --------------- Disorders of the digestive System Richard Jackson and Alison Colville-Hyde Richard Jackson and Alison Colville-Hyde will discuss Disorders of the digestive System. The webinars can only be purchased as a Series on http://thewebinarvet.com/chickenvet/ you can not buy each webinar by itself. --------------- Anatomy and Post-mortem guide Richard Jackson and Alison Colville-Hyde Richard Jackson and Alison Colville-Hyde will discuss Anatomy and Post-mortem guide. The webinars can only be purchased as a Series on http://thewebinarvet.com/chickenvet/ you can not buy each webinar by itself. --------------- Approach to consulting, clinical examination, blood sampling and euthanasia Richard Jackson and Alison Colville-Hyde Richard Jackson...

 
Client Care: Fun and Interactive Online Training Client Care: Fun and Interactive Online Training

Help your veterinary practice thrive by buying Chunk Training's excellent 'Caring for Clients' course of 6 modules;  1. Delighting the client 2. Winning the new client 3. Communication, listening and conversing 4. Bereavement 5. Referrals and second opinions 6. Dealing with complaints and mistakes This course will ensure that all your staff know how to delight your clients and fulfil their needs, whether spoken or unspoken. Training is delivered in a fun and interactive manner, and trainees can progress through the course at their own pace pausing and resuming within each module as required to fit in with their working day. At the end of most modules is a quiz to test the trainees knowledge and the training supervisor will have access to a reporting system which will enable progress and quiz results to be reviewed. Does an easy route to aligning your staff sound too good to be true?  Using a powerful training system tried and tested by companies such as Google, Dyson and Nike, Chunk Training can lay the basis for a great client experience at your practice. Modules train all your staff, from Manager to Kennel assistant in the art of giving consistent, aligned advice at the ‘front line’ – the points of communication between practice and client.  Liz Watkins BVSC MRCVS developed the system for her own practice over several years, refining and growing it to solve the issues growing practices have in keeping all staff, including new starters, trained in client care issues.  This course is just £220+VAT,  plus £22+VAT for each trainee you wish to put on the course. For more information about how Chunk Training works and what it can do for you or to buy this course, please see our website www.chunktraining.co.uk, e-mail us at hello@chunktraining.co.uk or call us on 01934 235850.

 
bus Clinic Pathology CPD with the Webinar Vet Clinic Pathology CPD with the Webinar Vet

Below are just some of the webinars available to our members or can be purchased individually For more information on our courses and membership please visit our shopfront --------------- A to Z of Bone Marrows Nick Carmichael and Adam Bell In the first part of this joint presentation Adam Bell, Director of Medicine at Calder Vets in Dewsbury discusses the indications, equipment and techniques required for obtaining good quality bone marrow aspirate samples in general practice. When and where to sample, the differences between aspirates and core biopsies and how to prepare and submit samples will be reviewed along with a step by step visual guide to the techniques needed for good results. In short, everything you need to know about taking great bone marrows but were afraid to ask! In the second part Nick Carmichael, Veterinary Director at CTDS will discuss what clinical pathologists look for in the material from bone marrow and show examples of cases where taking a marrow provides invaluable information for the diagnosis and management of the case. There will also be an introduction to what new techniques such as flow cytometry can add to analysis of blood and bone marrow If you want to know what goes on inside bone marrow and how you can take the samples that provide the answers join us on 9th May. --------------- A to Z of BALs Adam Bell and Nick Carmichael In the first part of this joint presentation Adam Bell, Director of Medicine at Calder Vets in Dewsbury discusses the indications, equipment and techniques required for obtaining good quality bronchoalveolar lavage samples in practice. When and where to sample, fluid volumes to use and blind and endoscopic techniques will be reviewed along with a step by step visual guide to techniques for optimal sample recovery. In short, everything you need to know about taking...

 
Clinical Info: Fun and Interactive Online Training Clinical Info: Fun and Interactive Online Training

Help your veterinary practice thrive by buying Chunk Training's excellent 'Clinical Information for Support Staff' course of 6 modules;  1. What's that crawling on my pet? (Ectoparasites) 2. What's that lurking in my pet? (Endoparasites) 3. Treatment of fleas ticks and worms (Individualised) 4. Neutering 5. Vaccination (Individualised) 6. Is it an emergency? This unique online course about clinical information covers common animal issues and associated treatment. The content is designed to be easy to understand and will ensure team members have sufficient basic knowledge to help support clients with common requests outside of the consulting room. Also, because every practice has their own policies on recommended vaccinations and treatments we will personalise related content to align with your requirements. Training is delivered in a fun and interactive manner, and trainees can progress through the course at their own pace pausing and resuming within each module as required to fit in with their working day. At the end of most modules is a quiz to test the trainees knowledge and the training supervisor will have access to a reporting system which will enable progress and quiz results to be reviewed. Does an easy route to aligning your staff sound too good to be true?  Using a powerful training system tried and tested by companies such as Google, Dyson and Nike, Chunk Training can lay the basis for a great client experience at your practice. Modules train all your staff, from Manager to Kennel assistant in the art of giving consistent, aligned advice at the ‘front line’ – the points of communication between practice and client.  Liz Watkins BVSC MRCVS developed the system for her own practice over several years, refining and growing it to solve the issues growing practices have in keeping all staff, including new starters, trained in understand key clinical information and giving...

 
Common Ophthalmic Emergencies

Thursday 9th November 2017 Central London 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 globe. Topics to be covered include: Can the eye see? A revision of vision reflexes Making the most of your ophthalmoscope Approach to the red eye Case based discussion of emergency cases and approach to management www.centralcpd.co.uk www.vet-ecpd.com

 
Companion Animal Reproduction

Companion Animal Reproduction- Making Every Case A Success! Wednesday 11th October 2017 Central London 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 will be used after every session to use the theory in a more practical way. Topics to be covered include: Introduction to male and female reproductive physiology Good ovulation testing in practice Possible causes for infertility in the male and female The pregnant bitch and caesareans Decision making during parturition Neonatal emergencies Pharmacology and reproduction Neutering techniques, advantages and disadvantages www.centralcpd.co.uk www.vet-ecpd.com

 
Consultations & Client Communication Consultations & Client Communication

  Many Veterinary Nurses now perform consultations and clinics, and it is important that VNs are confident and effective communicators, and possess the skills to assist them in a variety of situations. Effective communication skills can make SUCH a difference to client trust, compliance, how well clients bond to the practice, and whether they take heed of advice - and thus directly affects clinical outcome for our patients. This module will cover some key aspects of communication skills including consultations, assisting with euthanasia and bereavement, and discharge procedures.   In this module we will cover: 'The Consultation model' as a framework for performing effective consultations - the model has been used for years in veterinary training, and offers an excellent 'framework' for running a consultation Evaluation and discussion on consultation styles, problems and solutions - Sharing tips and ideas on talking to clients, dealing with different types of clients, and different situations! Euthanasia and bereavement support - a basic exploration of this area - Nurses play a fundamental part in supporting clients during these very difficult consultations, and this work will give you some ideas and support on how to deal with these situations Discharge procedures - how do you do yours? - Again, a fundamental aspect of the nurse's role - but are you doing it well? Could you do more? What difficulties do you have? Reflective skills - reflecting on learning from the module - Reflection is a key aspect of learning and professional development, and all ONCORE modules help to develop this skill   For more information and to book, please visit our website: www.oncoreepd.co.uk OR contact Jill on jill@oncoreepd.co.uk Tutor: Jill Macdonald DipAVN (surg) RVN FHEA MBVNA Jill has taught veterinary communication skills at the...

 
Dental Radiography and Radiology

Wednesday 20th September 2017 Battersea Dogs and Cats Home Supported by:         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 practical sessions on positioning and radiographic interpretation- delegates are encouraged to bring along any dental radiographs for discussion if they would like. TOPICS TO BE COVERED INCLUDE: Oral radiograph techniques and how to position your patient Radiographic interpretation Practical sessions to consolidate theory www.centralcpd.co.uk www.vet-ecpd.com

 
bus Dentistry CPD with the Webinar Vet Dentistry CPD with the Webinar Vet

Below are just some of the webinars available to our members or can be purchased individually For more information on our courses and membership please visit our shopfront --------------- Dental radiography and radiology Rachel Perry Rachel Perry will discuss Dental radiography and radiology. --------------- Dental Radiography and Radiology Rachel Perry Rachel Perry will discuss dental radiography and radiology. Rachel graduated in 1997 from EdinburghUniversity and joined a small animal practice on the south coast. She developed an interest in small animal dentistry after attending CPD courses provided by BVDA, and then attended a 4 year programme organised by ESAVS covering advanced dentistry and oral surgery techniques. Since 2010, her practice has been limited to dentistry and she provides first opinion and referral small animal dentistry and oral surgery services in the Sussex area. In 2012 she gained entry to the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists by examination the subject of Small Animal Dentistry and Oral Surgery. She is an Alternate pathway resident with the EVDC, and teaches at undergraduate postgraduate level. She has lectured at national and international level. In her spare time she is an avid triathlete having competed in Ironman four times! --------------- Dentistry is for life! Rachel Perry Everyone understands the fact that dental disease is common in older pets.  However, dental problems occur commonly throughout life. This webinar will cover  the most commonly encountered problems in small animal practice and provide skills to enable early detection, treatment and in some cases, prevention. The approach to the geriatric patient with dental disease and concurrent systemic issues is also addressed. This webinar has been sponsored by Pedigree and is free to register. --------------- The ifs, whens, whys and...

 
bus Dermatology CPD with the Webinar Vet Dermatology CPD with the Webinar Vet

Below are just some of the webinars available to our members or can be purchased individually For more information on our courses and membership please visit our shopfront --------------- Clinical approach to the pruritic dog Dr. White Pruritus is the most common reason that owners seek veterinary care for their dog’s skin. This lecture will include obtaining a relevant history, clues to look for on the physical examination, appropriate diagnostic tests, and a review of various treatments, both specific and non-specific. Dr. White has worked as a veterinary dermatologist for 3 decades, becoming a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology in 1983. A graduate of UC Davis, he did his internship and residency at Davis as well. He has held faculty positions at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine and Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, before joining the School of Veterinary Medicine at University of California at Davis as a full Professor in 1998. He has also been staff dermatologist at Angell Memorial Animal Hospital in Boston, twice a sabbatical professor at the Ecole National Vétérinaire de Nantes, France, and a Clinical Teaching Locum at the Atlantic Veterinary College on Prince Edward Island, Canada. Dr. White has lectured throughout the USA, Canada, Europe, and Asia. His areas of major interests include cutaneous manifestations of systemic disease, non-steroidal therapy of auto-immune disease, equine dermatology, rabbit/rodent dermatology, and congenital skin disease. --------------- The changing face of canine pyoderma – New strategies for control ANTHONY CHADWICK I remember Mike Willard telling me about how a lot of what he talked about 15 years ago was now wrong! Fields of science move on and change and this is particularly true when the organism is changing quickly at the same time. 15 years ago, I would have...

 
Dermatology- From Nose to Tail, From Ears to Claws

Monday 6th November 2017 Battersea Dogs and Cats Home 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 presentations and be confident discussing pros and cons of certain procedures with the owner as well as guiding their expectations with regards to results and time involvement. You are encouraged to email ahead case details of frustrating cases you’ve dealt with, to be discussed (anonymously if you wish) within the group. Please email these cases to  enquiries@centralcpd.co.uk . There will be some time set aside to practice taking dermatological surface samples and assess these in small groups. Topics to be covered include: Management of an allergic cat Approach to onychodystrophy Ear disease – comparing canine and feline patients Itchy Westie – not all are allergic Ulcerations – what do I do now? How to take dermatology surface samples; getting the best out of your microscope www.centralcpd.co.uk www.vet-ecpd.com

 
bus Diagnostic Imaging CPD with the Webinar Vet Diagnostic Imaging CPD with the Webinar Vet

Below are just some of the webinars available to our members or can be purchased individually For more information on our courses and membership please visit our shopfront --------------- Ultrasound – The urinary system Robert Williams This webinar with discuss the sonographical examination of the urinary system including kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder and urethra. We will discuss how to obtain good dorsal, sagital and transverse views of the kidney avoiding potentially misleading oblique views. Also, the appearance of acute and chronic renal disease, ureteroliths and, the urinary bladder in a number of pathological conditions. Robert has over twenty five year’s experience in General Practice & Emergency Centres. In 2006 he completed the Post Graduate course in Emergency and Critical Care and qualified, as a Member of the Australian College of Veterinary Surgeons, during 2007, in the same discipline. In 2010 he completed the Centre of Veterinary Education distance education course in Sonology and, in 2012, attended the European School of Advanced Veterinary Studies completing their advanced ultrasound course. Robert has been teaching the benefits of ultrasound to both general practitioners and emergency veterinarians since 2011 and now has well over 70 tutorials under his belt in QLD, NSW, Victoria and S.A. In Dec 2011 Robert won the Major prize, for his article in the Post graduate C&T magazine, referencing gall bladder sonological appearance in anaphylaxis. --------------- Diagnostic Imaging: Acute Abdomen Jennifer White Diagnostic Imaging: Acute Abdomen --------------- Diagnostic Imaging: Respiratory Distress Miriam Shanaman Diagnostic Imaging: Respiratory Distress --------------- Imaging of the abdomen-case studies Prof. Mike Herrtage Prof. Mike Herrtage will discuss Imaging of the abdomen-case studies. --------------- Ultrasound...

 
eCPD An Update on Parasites & Pet Travel

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 concerns from pet owners about the risks they face. The wide range of parasiticides now on the market means we have never been better armed to deal with the parasites pet cat and dogs carry. The variety of options can be confusing however, and are only useful when combined with effective parasite knowledge and control advice. This series will refresh knowledge about clinically important pet parasites, their treatment and control. How this can be used in practice, both in domestic parasite control programs and also in pet travel clinics will then be discussed with case examples. This series will give delegates the confidence to discuss parasite control, design individual preventative regimes for clients, as well as provide general practical advice on travelling with pets. Topics to be covered include: -An update on pet parasites -An introduction to the important diseases and ways to prevent them -Formulating individual preventative regimes for clients -Pet travel clinics www.vet-ecpd.com www.centralcpd.co.uk

 
eCPD Cardio-basics: Everything but the Echo

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 frequent performance in order to gain the requisite skills. Furthermore the basics of a good history and physical examination, and interpretation of thoracic radiographs and ECGs are more useful in determining the basic questions– does this patient have cardiac disease and how bad is it? This series of videos, comprising a mixture of case-based examples, quizzes and teaching aims to concentrate on the basics with a common-sense approach to practical cardiology. Topics to be covered include: -Taking a thorough history for cardiac patients -ECGS- a whistle-stop tour -Radiographic interpretation for cardiac patients -Case-based examples to consolidate theory www.vet-ecpd.com www.centralcpd.co.uk

 
eCPD Case-Based Challenges

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 to diagnostic testing, how to interpret blood results and treatment protocols for common differentials will be demonstrated using interactive case based challenges.   Topics to be covered include: -Interpretation of diagnostic tests -Assessment of blood results -Logical systematic approach for investigation of vomiting diarrhoea, PU/PD and anaemia   www.vet-ecpd.com www.centralcpd.co.uk