CPD

Watch this space for details of our upcoming CPD events. You can register for our events using the form further down the page.

Diabetic ketoacidosis: tackling the perfect storm

Diabetic ketoacidosis is a common complication of diabetes mellitus in dogs and cats. Join us for a discussion about causes, diagnosis and treatment of this potentially life-threatening condition.

Join us on Teams: Wednesday 15th June, 8pm – 9pm

You’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions.

Speakers:

Francesca Venier

DVM GPCert(FelP) ISFM AdvCertFB MRCVS

Internal Medicine Clinician

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Past CPD Events

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Lymphoma: The key points

Lymphoma is a common malignancy encountered in everyday practice. In this seminar we will review different lymphoma types and discuss the latest approach to lymphoma patient, from initial diagnostic tests to different therapeutic options available.

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Oral tumours: From diagnosis to management

In this free CPD event, we reviewed the approach to oral tumours from the detection of the oral mass to the treatment of the most common oral malignancies.

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Roarers and snorers!

Here you can watch our free CPD on upper airway noises in dogs. We have sounds and videos of respiratory noises for you to listen to and watch, followed by a quiz. The most likely underlying cause of each noise and is discussed along with some case studies. No snoring allowed/aloud!

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Everything you need to know when treating a GDV

The recording of our recent live event will be available soon

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Team approach to portosystemic shunts in dogs and cats

Harry Warwick BVMS MRCVS Internal Medicine Resident | Matt Smith BVetmed, GPCert(SAS), CertAVP(GSAS), MRCVS  Surgical Resident

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It’s a mast cell tumour! What to do next?

Oncology Residents – Estel.la Ciriano Cerda DVM, MRCVS and Lavra Zajc DVM, MRCVS