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Free CPD Courses

Here we hope you will find all the FREE CPD COURSES currently available, if you know of a course not featured here, please let us know.  You will also find listings of FREE Business CPD Courses on our FREE Business CPD Courses page:

  ROYAL CANIN® to host free Feline Hepatic Lipidosis webinar At 8pm on Tuesday 24th October, ROYAL CANIN is hosting a webinar with Cécile Dor, University of Nottingham Resident in Small Animal Internal Medicine
  Performance In Practice Workshops Veterinary professionals are being offered the chance to take part in a 3 hour CPD workshop led by VetLed from as little as £15.
  Interactive heart failure cases: when, why and how to treat’ Held as part of the ‘Cardio Roadshow’ by Ceva Animal Health, 'Interactive heart failure cases: when, why and how to treat’ will be presented by leading UK cardiology expert Mike Martin on Thursday 8th November in Stirling, Scotland.
  ‘Dead or alive? The myths and modern treatments of mitral valve disease in golden oldies’ Held as part of the ‘Cardio Roadshow’ by Ceva Animal Health, ‘Dead or alive? The myths and modern treatments of mitral valve disease in golden oldies’ will be presented by leading UK cardiology expert Emily Dutton on Wednesday 30th January in Manchester.

Events

Practical Radiography 19/11/2019
19:00pm
Cave Veterinary Specialists, George's Farm, West Buckland, Nr. Wellington, TA21 9LE Free evening of Veterinary CPD! Practical Radiography - The Good, the bad and the ugly. With Tracy Down BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography.
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Dermatology - Allergic skin disease in dogs 19/11/2019
19.00pm
Village Hotel Leeds South, Capitol Boulevard West, 2 hours of CPD for Vets! Presentations start at 20.00pm. Registration starts at 19.00pm with a buffet and refreshments available from 19.30pm. The meetings will end at 22.00pm. Certificates of Attendance will be issued for your CPD records to download from within your account within 48 hours following the event. Practical tips for diagnostics · What makes a good allergy plan · Therapeutic decision making · Working with tight budget · What to do when a good plan stops working She will also discuss any interesting or challenging cases that delegates have been dealing with to connect the case discussion to specifics in day-to-day routines. Speakers: Siân Harries BVetMed CertAVP(VD) PGCertVPS MRCVS Dermatologist
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Graduate Club Evening - Neurological Emergencies 2 20/11/2019
19.00pm
Langford Vets This will be a case based approach to the neurological patient, including the important aspects of the neurological examination and when to refer. Langford Vets' Recent Graduate Club is a supportive group designed to provide recent graduates (upto 5 years) with a forum for informal discussion. The aims of this group are to improve clinical and diagnostic skills as well as the opportunity to develop non-clinical skills. 1.5 - 2 hours evening CPD Open to recent graduates (within 5 years of graduation) Evenings will be a mix of case discussions, journal clubs and non-clinical, supportive evenings. We encourage delegates to bring their own cases to discuss. Start time: 7pm Pizza and drinks kindly provided by Boehringer Ingelheim.
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scvetspecialists.co.uk logo Safety in anaesthesia - averting mishaps in practice 21/11/2019
19:15pm
Village Hotel, Deansleigh Rd, Bournemouth, BH7 7DZ 2 hours of free evening Veterinary CPD! Evening events start at 19:15pm with a free buffet supper, followed by the talk at 20:00pm. We usually finish about 22:00pm. Speaker: Adam Auckburally BVSc, Cert VA, DipECVAA, PGCAP, FHEA, MRCVS. European and RCVS Recognised Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia & Analgesia
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Radiographic lung patterns of disease 26/11/2019
19.00pm
Highcroft Veterinary Group, Clue House, Bristol, BS14 9BZ Free evening Veterinary CPD! Buffet at 19:00pm, presentation 19.30pm With speaker Fernando Liste DVM MSc PhD MRCVS Radiographic interpretation of pulmonary disease is a critical part of veterinary diagnostics. To interpret lungs on radiography, it is necessary to know how to recognise the different types of lung patterns that can be seen. It is also important to know the different types of distribution of pulmonary diseases, as some diseases will have a different location compared with others, and that feature is as useful as the lung pattern for establishing a differential diagnosis. In this presentation we will aim to detail those lung patterns and explain how to interpret pulmonary diseases.
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Canine mast cell tumours: How not to lose your mind 26/11/2019
19:30pm
BattLab, The Venture Centre, University of Warwick Science Park, Sir William Lyons Road, Coventry CV4 7EZ 1.5 hours of free Veterinary CPD! Speaker: Katarzyna Purzycka DVM, MRCVS Royal Veterinary College (RVC) – London Programme: 19:30pm-20:00pm - Light refreshments 20:00pm-21:30pm – Seminar There is free parking at the venue. First come, first served. We ask for your understanding that the number of participants is limited (with a maximum of 3 vets per practice). Please register your place prior to the event. Registration: Please email the following data to admin@battlab.com - The names of the people attending - The practice name
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Scratching that itch? An update for Syringomyelia diagnosis and management 26/11/2019
19:30pm
Fitzpatrick Referrals Orthopaedics and Neurology, Half Way Lane, Eashing, Godalming, Surrey GU7 2QQ 1 hour Free CPD for Vets! Chiari-like malformation (CM) is a complex skull and craniocervical junction disorder associated with brachycephaly. Since increased availability of MRI, CM is a frequent diagnosis in predisposed brachycephalic toy breeds. Obstruction of CSF channels results in syringomyelia (CM) and both CM and SM can result in neuropathic pain. This lecture serves to update the veterinary surgeon on the pathogenesis and diagnosis and management of CMSM. Who? Professor Clare Rusbridge, BVMS (Hons) PhD DECVN FRCVS, Chief of Neurology 19:30pm Refreshments and pizza, 20:00pm start, 21:00pm finish
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scvetspecialists.co.uk logo Safety in anaesthesia - averting mishaps in practice 27/11/2019
19:15pm
Solent Hotel and Spa, Rookery Ave, Whitely, Fareham, PO15 7AJ 2 hours of free evening Veterinary CPD! Evening events start at 19:15pm with a free buffet supper, followed by the talk at 20:00pm. We usually finish about 22:00pm. Speaker: Adam Auckburally BVSc, Cert VA, DipECVAA, PGCAP, FHEA, MRCVS. European and RCVS Recognised Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia & Analgesia
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Vet Evening - Film Reading 28/11/2019
19.00pm
Langford Vets, radiology Teaching Room Free CPD evening! Improve your radiology skills with a selection of radiographs to interpret and discuss with the help of our expert radiologists. This is a popular CPD session with attendee numbers restricted, so do book early to avoid disappointment! Starts at 19:00pm, Tea and coffee provided.
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scvetspecialists.co.uk logo Dermatology talk - Title to be confirmed 03/12/2019
19:15pm
Solent Hotel and Spa, Rookery Ave, Whitely, Fareham, PO15 7AJ 2 hours of Free evening Veterinary CPD! Evening events start at 19:15pm with a free buffet supper, followed by the talk at 20:00pm. We usually finish about 22:00pm. Speaker: Filippo De Bellis DVM, CertVD, DipECVD, MRCVS. RCVS and European Specialist in Veterinary Dermatology
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Vet Evening - Cardiology club 04/12/2019
19.00pm
Langford Vets Interactive case based evenings covering all aspects of cardiology. Suitable for those wanting to improve their cardiology skills. If you have cases you would like to discuss during the evening, please let us know by sending details to cpd@langfordvets.co.uk. Pizza and drinks kindly provided by Boehringer Ingelheim.
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Graduate Club Evening - Oesteoarthritis 11/12/2019
19.00pm
Langford Vets This will be a case based approach to the patient with osteoarthritis, including a discussion on new treatment options and a holistic approach to their care. Langford Vets' Recent Graduate Club is a supportive group designed to provide recent graduates with a forum for informal discussion. The aims of this group are to improve clinical and diagnostic skills as well as the opportunity to develop non-clinical skills. 1.5 - 2 hours evening CPD Open to recent graduates (within 5 years of graduation) Evenings will be a mix of case discussions, journal clubs and non-clinical, supportive evenings. We encourage delegates to bring their own cases to discuss. Start time:19:00pm Pizza and drinks kindly provided by Boehringer Ingelheim.
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On the path to anaesthetic bliss – start with the right premedication! 12/12/2019
19.00pm
Highcroft Veterinary Group, Clue House, Bristol, BS14 9BZ Free evening Veterinary CPD! Buffet at 19:00pm, presentation 19.30pm With speaker Delphine Holopherne-DoranDVM MSc PhD DipECVAA AFHEA MRCVS Acepromazine or medetomidine, methadone or buprenorphine, benzodiazepine or not… etc, the options to chemically prepare our small animal patients for anaesthesia are manifold. So how do we make a choice? With a (light!) review of the PK/PD of all the available drugs, this presentation is aiming to give you simple guidelines to select the most appropriate protocol for each patient.
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A shoulder to cry on:picking apart shouder based lameness 17/12/2019
19:30pm
Fitzpatrick Referrals Orthopaedics and Neurology, Half Way Lane, Eashing, Godalming, Surrey GU7 2QQ CPD evening for Vets! Shoulder based lameness is a frustrating and complex condition to treat. The lecture will focus on improving your physical examination technique to help you localise shoulder lameness more successfully. We will discuss why we most commonly move to magnetic resonance imaging in a referral setting when working up shoulder lameness and explain how ultrasound, plain radiography and contrast radiography can be used in the clinical setting to help understand the underlying cause of shoulder lameness. We will explore the array of treatments used to management shoulder lameness and pathway to recovery for these patients. Who? Pádraig Egan, BVM&S CertAVP (GSAS) DipECVS MRCVS, Senior Surgeon in Orthopaedics 19:30pm Refreshments and pizza, 20:00pm start, 21:00pm finish
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Seizing the day - managing difficult epilepsy cases. 28/01/2020
19:30pm
Fitzpatrick Referrals Orthopaedics and Neurology, Half Way Lane, Eashing, Godalming, Surrey GU7 2QQ Free CPD evening for Vets! Canine idiopathic epilepsy has an estimated prevalence of 0.62% in primary veterinary practice and as such is one of the most common chronic neurological diseases. Descriptions of “epilepsy of unknown origin…..where no symptom characteristic of any other condition has as yet presented” can be found in early veterinary textbooks and although our knowledge is now considerably greater we are still a long way from preventing or curing this enigmatic disease. This lecture aims to empower the veterinary surgeon with a practical and useful approach to difficult epileptic cases. Who? Professor Clare Rusbridge, BVMS (Hons) PhD DECVN FRCVS, Chief of Neurology 19:30pm Refreshments and pizza, 20:00pm start, 21:00pm finish
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Washboard abs for summer? Functional rehabilitation and core stability for the canine patient 25/02/2020
19:30pm
Fitzpatrick Referrals Orthopaedics and Neurology, Half Way Lane, Eashing, Godalming, Surrey GU7 2QQ Functional rehabilitation combines the benefits of strength, stability, flexibility, balance and coordination, and endurance. In addition to these key elements, there is a requisite for a physical modification that ultimately enhances the coordination between muscular and nervous systems. A major component of functional rehabilitation is core stability which can be defined as the restoration or facilitation of the ability of the neuromuscular system to control and protect the spine from injury or re-injury. This lecture will aim to demonstrate how valuable a holistic approach is from a rehabilitation point of view and how this can be integrated into a patients care pathway. Who? Fiona Doubleday, BSc (Hons) MCSP SRP ACPAT CAT A, Chartered Physiotherapist & Rehabilitation Team Leader Lecture suitable for: Veterinary surgeons, nurses and rehabilitation professionals 19:30pm Refreshments and pizza, 20pm start, 21:00pm finish
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