Veterinary surgeons only
Watch this space for details of our upcoming Vet Club events. You can register for our events using the form further down the page.
We welcome you to register for each of the events that are of interest, and would love to see you at all of them.
Vet Club – CPD Webinar Brucella Wednesday 13th December 8pm
Please join us online for this free comprehensive CPD webinar, curated by Harry Warwick, aims to provide an in-depth understanding of Brucella for Veterinary professionals, covering both typical and atypical presentations. The session will also explore effective diagnostic techniques and treatment plans that can be implemented. In addition to this, it will shed light on the latest research findings around Brucella, offering valuable insights for ongoing cases. Thus, this is a golden opportunity for vets across the globe to update their knowledge base T equip Vets with the necessary knowledge to respond effectively to an increasing number of Brucella referral cases.
Vet Club – Neurology, 27th March 7:30 pm
Our Specialist Luca Motta is a renowned name in the field of VET Neurology and will be sharing his vast knowledge. This vet CPD talk on Neurology is not only an excellent opportunity to learn but also a platform to discuss your case notes with experts. We encourage you to bring along any queries or cases you’d like advice on. The evening promises to be filled with enlightening discussions and opportunities for professional growth, all while enjoying delectable food. Please register below. The evening starts at 7:30 p.m. for food, followed by case discussions commencing at 8 p.m.
Vet Club – Internal Medicine Wednesday 28th February 7:30 pm
Please join us for Our CPD talk around Internal Medicine. Feel free to bring along any case notes that you’d like to discuss with our team and enjoy a free evening of insightful discussion along with delicious food. The event is open to all veterinary surgeons and will begin with food at 7:30 p.m. followed by case discussions at 8 pm.
Vet Club – “Anaesthesia for patients with suspected liver disease”, 24th April 7:30 pm
Joanna Rasplewicz, a well-respected name in the field of veterinary anaesthesia, will impart her knowledge on dealing with patients struggling with suspected liver disease. The vet CPD talk will explore the intricacies of administering anaesthesia to such patients while considering their unique physiological requirements. The event promises to be a informative insights, offering an in-depth understanding of liver disease and its impacts on anaesthesia practices. After the enlightening discussion session that starts at 8 pm, there will also be room for interactive Q&A where attendees can clear up any lingering doubts or queries. So come along, nourish your body with some food at 7:30 pm.
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