This course has been specifically designed to refresh and update your approach to common presenting problems in small animal practice. From coughing to collapse, we cover it all. Our discussion forms and live Q&A sessions allow you to ask all the questions you have in a relaxed and friendly environment.
This course has been carefully created to provide a completely holistic approach to CPD for veterinary surgeons in small animal clinical practice. This course is aimed at all levels of veterinary surgeon, but is extremely well suited to new graduates or those returning to practice after some time away. The course is underpinned by a real-time discussion forum where you can ask any questions as you work your way through the lessons. There are also live Q&A sessions where you can chat with our speakers and other course delegates about the content or those challenging cases you may be seeing in practice that you might need some help with.
The course is run by our very own Scott Kilpatrick (EBVS and RCVS Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine) and Liz Bode (EBVS and RCVS Recognised Specialist in Cardiology). Scott and Liz are joined by a variety of amazing specialist speakers from across the veterinary profession, talking on topics including: internal medicine, cardiology, anaesthesia & analgesia, dermatology, soft tissue surgery, ECC, opthalmology, neurology and clinical wellness.
The course runs over a fourteen week period and takes around 16 hours to complete. You will have access to the recorded material for 6 months.
Lesson 1: The thirsty patient
Lesson 2: How to crack the cough
Lesson 3: Getting them to sleep is keeping you awake
Lesson 4: Strike a pose… Getting the most out of radiography
Lesson 5: The itchy patient
Lesson 6: The bleeding patient
Live Q&A and Case Discussion – Wednesday the 20th October 2021 (8-9pm) GMT
Lesson 7: Approaching the abdomen
Lesson 8: Coping with collapse
Lesson 9: Keep your eye on the prize
Lesson 10: Managing the GI patient
Lesson 11: The neurological patient
Lesson 12: Keeping your clinical cool
Live Q&A and Case Discussion – Wednesday the 8th December 2021 (8-9pm) GMT