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Online CPD Event for Nurses: Key Principles and Best Practice in the Monitoring of Blood Pressure

In our first CPD session aimed specifically at veterinary nurses, our Head of Nursing Services, Kathryn Latimer DipAVN DipHE CVN CertEd CertVN(ECC) RVN, will be discussing the key principles and best practice in procedures for blood pressure monitoring. Kathryn will review methods of monitoring and how best to ensure any abnormalities aren’t missed.

kathryn-speaker-head-nurseYou’ll also have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

Speaker: Kathryn Latimer

DipAVN DipHE CVN CertEd CertVN(ECC) RVN

Head of Nursing Services

Kathryn qualified as a veterinary nurse over 20 years ago. She spent the early part of her career in small animal practice and then later as a lecturer in Veterinary Nursing. In 2007 she returned to clinical work at The University of Liverpool within the Small Animal Teaching Hospital and joined us here at Northwest Veterinary Specialists in August 2019.

Kathryn’s passion is high dependency nursing whether they are surgical or medical patients and she regularly writes articles for publication in the peer reviewed journal The Veterinary Nurse. She’s also a tutor for the Vets Now Cert. VN ECC course and has lectured at congresses both in the UK and in Europe.

Now leading our team of nurses at Northwest Veterinary Specialists in Cheshire, Kathryn provides clinical and managerial leadership to the day-to-day operation of the nursing team.​​

Join us online via Teams at 7.30pm – 8.30pm on Thursday 30th September.

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