VetCPD offer online tutored veterinary CPD courses providing in-depth exploration of particular topics. All courses are written and taught by an expert in the relevant field. They run over a three week period, and take around 8 hours to complete – at your own pace and at any time during the three weeks. Downloadable course notes and clinical cases to work through are provided. Uniquely, there is also a clinical forum where questions and answers are posted; no one leaves a course with any unanswered questions! Upon completion, there is a final exam plus a Certificate for your CPD records.
Our upcoming courses that start on November 7th are as follows:
‘Small Mammals’ with Livia Benato – Topics covered will include: Clinical Examination, Common disorders & presentations of small mammals, Anaesthesia and peri-operative care, Surgery, Emergency and critical care, Degus and chipmunks, Clinical Cases. Suitable for: Vets and Vet Nurses. £99 + VAT.
Feline Medicine update with Samantha Taylor – Topics covered will include: Infectious diseases, respiratory medicine, urinary tract disease, gastroenterology, oncology and Clinical cases. Suitable for: Vets. £99 + VAT.
Companion Animal Behaviour for General Practice with Clare Wilson – Topics covered will include: Crucial preventative behavioural advice for new puppies, kittens and rabbits, medical differentials for behaviour problems, interpreting body language and improving welfare during handling and hospitalisation. Suitable for: Vets and Vet Nurses. £99 + VAT.
Diabetes in Cats and Dogs – with Dr Kit Sturgess – Topics covered will include: Pathophysiology and aetiology of diabetes mellitus (DM) in cats and dogs, Diagnosis and monitoring of routine cases, Creating a multimodal management plan, Rational approach to the complicated and unstable diabetic patients, Diabetic emergencies – ketoacidosis, hyperglycaemic hyperosmolar syndrome (HHS) and hypoglycaemia and Clinical cases. Suitable for: Vets and Vet Nurses. £99 + VAT.
Client-care at animals’ end-of-life with Caroline Hewson – Topics covered will include: Understanding the different responses to loss, and greater knowledge of how to manage the different client touchpoints during animals’ end-of-life with maximum peace of mind, no matter the situation. Suitable for: Vets and Vet Nurses. £99 + VAT.
Anaesthetic Monitoring for Veterinary Nurses with Denise Prisk – Topics covered will include: Monitoring anaesthetised small animal patients. The periods of induction, intubation and recovery. Common abnormalities will be covered, e.g. cardiac arrhythmias, hyper and hypocapnia, together with the action that should be taken to address them. Suitable for: Vets and Vet Nurses. £99 + VAT.
To book your place now and to find out more about the courses visit http://vetcpd.co.uk or contact us 01225 445561. Please note there is a 10% discount off course prices for VetCPD Journal Gold Subscribers.