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Webinar Plus: Healthy and happy animals: Welfare beyond the five freedoms 2023

Royal Veterinary College
Do you want to ensure your patients are provided with optimal conditions that will enable them to thrive? Would you like to know how you can best support patient emotional wellbeing as well as physica...
Mon 23rd Jan, 2023
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eCPD Small animal veterinary computed tomography online: Technology, thorax, abdomen and vascular applications

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas Practical review of CT technologyThoracic CT: Normal anatomy and disease of: thoracic wall, pleura, mediastinum and lungs, thoracic cardiovascular systemIntroduction to thoracic vascular CT ...
Mon 1st May, 2023
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Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas What is IMTP?Clinical signs and complicationsDiagnostic techniquesTreatment of IMTP induction of remission, immunosuppression, use of blood products, maintenance therapy, Vincristine Nursin...
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Royal Veterinary College
About this course Youve been treating a horse for weeks but the cough doesnt go away? Puzzled by the meaning of your airway cytology? Dont despairThe webinar is aimed at recent graduates starting out ...
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Colic Decision Making When To Wake The Surgeon And What Pain Control To Use with Dr Debbie Archer (Recording)

WebLeC CPD
Colic is something we have to deal with in practice every day. And in a significant number of cases, we face the challenging decision of whether to continue to treat it medically or to refer it for po...
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Post-partum Problems in Mares: Retained Membranes and Placental Evaluation (Recording)

WebLeC CPD
Key learning points • Retained fetal membranes • Clinical signs, treatment, extraction techniques, prognosis • Evaluation of the placenta • Post foaling metritis •...
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A cat is not a dog - specific therapeutic considerations

Royal Veterinary College
About this course This webinar covers how cats can differ from dogs in relation to clinical pharmacology as well as issues related to client compliance with medication - always a challenge with our fe...
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Acute kidney injury recognising acute from chronic

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas:-Characteristics of AKI-Categories and causes of AKI-Phases of AKI-Staging of AKI-Prevention of AKI-Diagnosis and Treatment-Long term effects of AKIAbout this course:This webinar will focus ...
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An Overview of Rabbit Husbandry, Nutrition and Preventative Health Care

Vet Nurse Online
This lecture is part of the extensive Online CPD collection from Vet Nurse Online. For more information about the lecture and to see the current CPD Library Collection see www.VetNurseOnline.co.uk. ...
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Anaesthesia and analgesia in farm animal practice

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas:-Pain-Farm species-Analgesia-AnaesthesiaAbout this course:Analgesia is of increasing importance to farm animal vets and their owners, but what is available to be used within the licensing la...
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Antimicrobial selection in farm animal practice

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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Antimicrobial stewardship in small animal practice why does it matter?

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas: Guidance on rational antibiotic use in general practiceAbout this course: Antibiotics can be life-saving and are essential tools in the fight against disease. However, their widespread use ...
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Approach to the patient with acute abdominal pain

Royal Veterinary College
About this course Animals presenting with an acute abdomen are characterised as having abdominal pain, often accompanied by the presence of vomiting and diarrhoea. A big challenge can be to determine ...
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Approach to the patient with respiratory distress

Royal Veterinary College
About this course Patients with respiratory disease may present to the veterinary clinic with severe respiratory distress. These patients can be extremely fragile and difficult to manage. This topic c...
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Approach to wildlife casualties in general practice

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas: Identification of commonly presented species Safe handling and clinical examination Triage and decision-making including euthanasia Initial emergency treatment Commonly seen conditions ...
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Assessing emotional health in dogs and cats

Royal Veterinary College
About this course: Assessing emotional health is a vital part of the diagnostic process in behavioural cases but it is also essential in order to determine when emotional health is impacting on physic...
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Assessing hepatobiliary clinical pathology

Royal Veterinary College
About this course This recorded webinar was originally part of a four week live Webinar Plus course: Diagnosis and management of hepatobiliary disorders, which is now available as a recorded Webinar P...
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BAEDT - Equine Dental Bundle

WebLeC CPD
WebLeC with the BAEDT are hosted an series of 4 webinars to bring you access to top experts from the comfort of your own home. All 4 sessions for £100 + VAT - giving you a discount of £20 on the...
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Basic normal computed tomographic anatomy in dogs, the head, neck, thorax and abdomen

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas: Computed tomography technology introduction Computed tomography image review strategies Computed tomographic anatomy of the head and neck Computed tomographic anatomy of the thorax Com...
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Webinars

Battling Injection Site Sarcomas and mal Tumours in Catsother Mesenchy

The Webinar Vet
Battling Injection Site Sarcomas and other Mesenchymal Tumours in Cats is given by David Argyle and brought to you by The Webinar Vet on October 25, 2012 at 9:00pm - 10:00pm BST. To purchase access to...
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Canine urolithiasis

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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Cardiopulmonary arrest - what's new?

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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Case examples in emergency medicine

Royal Veterinary College
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Clin path challenges cats vs dogs

Royal Veterinary College
About this course In this topic the aspects of clinical pathology will be reviewed where cats just love to be different. Primarily focused on the liver and pancreas but also some aspects of haematolog...
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Clinical Examination and Techniques for Snakes

The British Veterinary Nursing Association
This webinar gives veterinary nurses an overview on how to triage a snake should you be presented with one by Matt Rendle, ZSL London Zoo...
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Clinical Pathology Tips for Equine Practitioners - Don't just read the lab report! with Dr Tim Brazil Live 18 Oct 2012 7.30pm UK time. Recording available afterwards

WebLeC CPD
The weblec will improve your skills in: - Selecting the most appropriate laboratory tests - Correctly collecting clinical samples for laboratory testing - Correctly submitting laboratory samples -...
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Clinical relevance of gut bacteria in health and disease

Royal Veterinary College
About this course This recorded webinar was originally part of a four week live Webinar Plus course: Essentials of GI disorders, which is now available as a recorded Webinar Plus course. As it was pa...
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Common diseases in alpacas case management (individual and herd), therapeutics and prevention

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas Alpaca medicine (individual and herd) case based approach.Common case presentations such as poor body condition, dullness and recumbency.These cases will cover parasites, dental disease, inf...
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Common hepatobiliary diseases

Royal Veterinary College
About this course This recorded webinar was originally part of a four week live Webinar Plus course: Diagnosis and management of hepatobiliary disorders, which is now available as a recorded Webinar P...
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Compare the Meerkat: Exotic Mammal Pets in Practice

The Webinar Vet
Compare the Meerkat: Exotic Mammal Pets in Practice presented by Sean McCormack and brought to you by The Webinar Vet on Thu 2nd March, 2017 / 8:30pm. To register for this webinar go to https:...
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CPCR and The Crash Cart

Vet Nurse Online
This lecture is part of the Online CPD collection at Vet Nurse Online. For more information about the lecture and to see the current CPD Library Collection see www.VetNurseOnline.co.uk. To sign up ...
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Decision making with the colicing horse

Royal Veterinary College
About this course This recorded webinar discusses colic work up and decision making in colic cases in detail, covering common and not so common causes of colic, how to manage and when to refer the cas...
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Demystifying Mycotoxins

The Webinar Vet
Demystifying Mycotoxins presented by Professor Johanna Fink-Gremmels and brought to you by The Webinar Vet on Tue 10th March, 2015 / Time: 8pm - 9pm. To register for this webinar go to http://...
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Developing the Nurses Role in Wound Management

Vet Nurse Online
This Bitesize lecture gives practical advice in wound management and how to take an active role in wound management within practice. It talks through the wound management process in detail and gives ...
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Diagnosis and management of common foot conditions

Royal Veterinary College
About this course The majority of equine forelimb lameness originates from the foot. The introduction of advanced imaging modalities, such as MRI, has added additional information, but also additional...
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Diagnosis and management of hepatobiliary disorders

Royal Veterinary College
About this course This recorded webinar was originally part of a four week live Webinar Plus course: Diagnosis and management of hepatobiliary disorders, which is now available as a recorded Webinar P...
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Equine Sinusitis with Safia Barakzai (Recording)

WebLeC CPD
Sinusitis is a common disorder in horses and ponies in the UK. Whilst an \'umbrella\' diagnosis of sinusitis is relatively easy to make, finding out the cause can be much more difficult. This talk exa...
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Diagnosis and treatment of protein losing enteropathy (PLE)

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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Diagnosis of Foot Problems in the Horse Eyes, Hands Needles with Prof Roger Smith (Recording)

WebLeC CPD
Thanks to Prof Roger Smith for a comprehensive tour of examination and local analgesia of the horses\'s foot, including the latest information on the interpretation of nerve blocks of this region. Th...
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Diagnosis of Foot Problems in the Horse - a series of weblecs for vets and farriers. Diagnostic imaging: What to use and when, with Prof Roger Smith Thur 1 November 2012 19:30 UK time

WebLeC CPD
This lecture will cover: Radiographic imaging of the foot, including practical techniques for getting the best standard and lesion-orientated views, and the interpretation of common radiographic ab...
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ECG Interpretation

Vet Nurse Online
This lecture looks in detail at interpretation of ECGs, starting with a revision of how the heart works, and its conduction system. It then demonstrates how to achieve the perfect ECG, and identifies ...
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Effective clinical coaching - how can we get the best from our coaches and students?

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas Clinical coach role in practiceEffective and ineffective coachingBarriers to effective coachingLearning stylesDefining competencySupporting students and coachesThe marginal performerNPL (log...
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Emergency Critical Care : Being Prepared for Emergency Cases : Triage, Patient Monitoring Monitoring Clinical Parameters

Vet Nurse Online
This lecture focuses on being prepared for emergency cases. It examines in detail the process of patient triage, giving detailed case studies to consider, and then moves on to discuss in detail the mo...
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Emergency Critical Care: Practical Techniques for the Respiratory Patient

Vet Nurse Online
This lecture is part of the online CPD collection for VNs and focuses on nursing of respiratory patients, looking at examination and stabilisation of the dyspnoeic patient, Oxygen supplementation, Int...
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Webinars

Equine laminitis

Royal Veterinary College
About this course Laminitis is a common and debilitating disease of the equine foot. There has been considerable advancement in our knowledge of the pathogenesis of this devastating condition over the...
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Equine Wounds

The British Veterinary Nursing Association
Veterinary nurse of the year award winner Marie Rippingale provides an overview of wound healing in horses and discusses first aid, triage and wound assessment, preparation of the wound bed and the fa...
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Everything you wanted to know about lungworm

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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Feline acromegaly

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas Pathophysiology of acromegalyDiagnosis Treatment and long term management About this course Why is my diabetic cat not responding to insulin?Poorly controlled diabetes can be a serious probl...
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Feline hyperthyroidism

Royal Veterinary College
About this course This one hour recorded webinar will support student and qualified veterinary nurses to develop a deeper understanding of feline hyperthyroidism. The advantages and disadvantages of c...
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First aid and resuscitation of the sick neonatal foal

Royal Veterinary College
About this course Early recognition and management of the sick neonatal foal is critical for a successful outcome. This webinar will focus on recognizing the sick neonatal foal, resuscitation and admi...
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Flossie's collapsed - problem based approach to the patient in shock

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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FLUTD - from medical management to home prevention tips

Royal Veterinary College
About this course This webinar will be considering feline lower urinary tract disease (FLUTD). The webinar will start by thinking about the terminology that is used including FLUTD, idiopathic FLUTD a...
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Frustrating Fleas

The British Veterinary Nursing Association
This webinar gives an insight into fleas, how to deal with a home infestation, why we\'re seeing more fleas in the UK, and what products are available to treat them....
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Getting mares to cycle early and other helpful hormone hints - Jon Pycock - (Recording)

WebLeC CPD
What you will learn from this lecture: • Practical reproductive physiology of the mare cycle • Rational evaluation of methods to stimulate early season cycling in mares • Ra...
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Help, My Dog is Dominant Advising Clients on Dominance Issues

Vet Nurse Online
This lecture from Jez Rose is part of our extensive online CPD collection for Vet Nurses. For more information about the lecture and to see the current CPD Library Collection see www.VetNurseOnline.co...
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How to approach animal health issues on organic farms

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas MastitisCalf diseasesPreventive medicineParasite controlTrace element deficienciesAbout this course Are you meeting your organic clients needs and helping them to ensure animal welfare?Organ...
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How to deal with angular limb deformities in foals with Jane Boswell ( Recording)

WebLeC CPD
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How to deal with difficult foalings (Dystocia) with Dr Juan Samper (Recording)

WebLeC CPD
Practical tips from a world renowned expert. Some of the tips were new to many of the audience and the session was very well received....
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How to Diagnose Deal with Uveitis in PracticeWith Professor Derek Knottenbelt, OBE BVMS DVMS DipECEIM MRCVS

WebLeC CPD
Learning Objectives: Recognising the clinical signs of UVEITIS Recognising the various aetiologies because uveitis is a general term for a set of signs associated with intraocular inflammation De...
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How to diagnose causes of dynamic airway obstruction in horses. Prof Tim Greet (Recording)

WebLeC CPD
In this session you will see - the various methods of investigating dynamic upper airway obstruction in horses. - a description of the more and less common conditions of the upper airway and the...
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How to get the best out of your Equine Cardiac Examinations or Practical Equine Cardiology with Dr Lesley Young

WebLeC CPD
Dr Lesley Young gave what was probably the most practical and entertaining session we have had so far on WebLeC - dispelling a lot of myth and witchcraft surrounding equine cardiology with a straight ...
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How to perform emergency tracheostomy, chest drain placement, ligation of the common carotid artery and manage castration complications

Royal Veterinary College
About this course This course is aimed at describing the main indications and how to best perform certain surgical procedures out in the field in an urgent setting. It is designed to give the practiti...
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Hyperadrenocorticism and hypoadrenocorticism understanding the big HAC and the little hAC

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas Adrenal gland functionSignalment, clinical signs and causes of diseaseStress leucogramsDiagnostic test requirements and interpretation (blood and urine)Stabilisation of patientsOn-going trea...
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Imaging and biopsying the liver, spleen and gastrointestinal tract

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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Imaging and biopsying the urogenital tract, approach to lymph nodes and adrenal glands

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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Introduction to Bear Health and Welfare for Veterinary Nurses

Vet Nurse Online
Filmed in the Animals Asia Bear Hospital in Vietnam with their VN Team, this video based vet nursing CPD lecture provides a detailed and interesting introduction to Bear Health and Welfare. It explai...
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Investigation and management of cutaneous lumps and bumps

Royal Veterinary College
About this course Investigation and management of cutaneous lumps and bumps?Nodular skin lesions are a common presenting sign in the horse and may manifest as papules, nodules, wheals, masses or ulcer...
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Investigation of poor performance

Royal Veterinary College
About this course Poor performance is a common presenting complaint which can involve a multitude of possible causes. Consequently there are a number of diagnostic approaches possible. This webinars w...
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Learning from our mistakes in emergency medicine

Royal Veterinary College
About this course It is natural to make mistakes in life and in practice; particularly emergency medicine is challenging as we are often put on the spot in difficult situations. This topic will share ...
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Logical assessment of the patient with vomiting, diarrhoea or weight loss

Royal Veterinary College
About this course This recorded webinar was originally part of a four week live Webinar Plus course: Recorded Webinar Plus: Essentials of GI disorders, which is now available as a recorded Webinar Plu...
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Making sense of the numbers does every patient with azotaemia have renal failure?

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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Management and Prevention of Stress and Anxiety in Canine Clients

Vet Nurse Online
This lecture focuses on the prevention and management of stress and anxiety in canines. It first discusses canine communication and recognising communication signals, goes on to discuss why training a...
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Managing CKD in cats

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas HypertensionMaintaining hydrationInappetence and choice of dietDealing with vomiting/nauseaProteinuriaUTIs Relationship between CKD and anaemia.About this course Are we doing all we can for ...
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Managing IMHA in practice

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas What is IMHA?Clinical signs and complicationsDiagnostic techniquesTreatment of IMHA induction of remission, immunosuppression, use of blood products, maintenance therapyNursing consideratio...
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Managing IMHA in practice

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas What is IMHA?Clinical signs and complicationsDiagnostic techniquesTreatment of IMHA induction of remission, immunosuppression, use of blood products, maintenance therapyNursing consideratio...
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Managing Ventilation in the Anaesthetised Patient

The British Veterinary Nursing Association
Samantha McMillan discusses the physiology of ventilation and which patients may need preparing for ventilation under anaesthesia and at what point ventilation is required....
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Medication and Doping Control in British Horseracing with Dr Lynn Hillyer (Recording)

WebLeC CPD
Get an overview of the need for doping and medication control, the difference, and where vets may be involved. Understand trainers’ responsibilities under BHA Rules – eg Medication Recor...
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Medication of the competition horse - Dr Colin Roberts - University of Cambridge - (Recording)

WebLeC CPD
Veterinarians in equine practice are frequently required to treat competition animals and it is essential that they are aware of the constraints that this may place upon their prescribing of drugs. Wi...
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Metabolic nightmares in critical care

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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Modern Wound Dressings and How to Select and Apply them

Vet Nurse Online
This online lecture takes a detailed look at modern wound dressings and using them in practice. It discusses what makes an ideal dressing and how to use dressings in the most effective way to ensure ...
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Musculoskeletal injuries in sport and working dogs

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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Nursing the Patient with Heart Failure

Vet Nurse Online
This lecture is part of the extensive Online CPD collection from Vet Nurse Online, and looks in-depth at nursing of the patient with heart failure. Practical nursing considerations of canine and feli...
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Nutritional Support for the Critical Patient

Vet Nurse Online
This months addition to the Vet Nurse Online CPD Library is uploaded entitled \"Nutritional Support for the Critical Patient\". This full length online lecture takes a detailed look at the role of nu...
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Oh no, I think its ataxic! A practical approach to the neurological examination of the horse

Royal Veterinary College
About this course Neurological disease is a common problem encountered in equine practice and the ability to perform a neurological examination is an essential skill that all veterinarians involved in...
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Online Tips and tricks for reading radiographs: Whats the problem with this abdomen?

Royal Veterinary College
About this courseStruggling to decide if an abdominal organ is normal or abnormal? Wondering if there is ascites or free gas?This lecture will help you identify the organs and examine the whole canine...
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Orthopaedic Dilemmas Appendicular fractures: When, what and how to refer with Ian Wright (Recording)

WebLeC CPD
An anatomical tour of the most common appendicular fractures. How diagnosis affects acute management. Early decision-making including giving a prognosis. Appropriate support for various fractures. Dea...
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Pancreatitis and biliary disease in dogs and cats

Royal Veterinary College
About this course This recorded webinar was originally part of a four week live Webinar Plus course: Diagnosis and management of hepatobiliary disorders, which is now available as a recorded Webinar P...
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Practical guide to the use and interpretation of nerve and joint blocks

Royal Veterinary College
About this course This course is aimed at describing how to best perform nerve and joint blocks in the equine patient and how to interpret them. In the recent years, it has been realised that some ner...
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Practical Management Of Chronic Diarrhoea In The Horse with Rachael Conwell (Recording)

WebLeC CPD
This condition has a wide variety of causes and, while most cases are mild, some rapidly deteriorate with potentially life-threatening consequences, as well as possible zoonotic and contagion issues. ...
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Webinars

Practical management of ligament injuries in the horse - Prof Roger Smith - (Recording)

WebLeC CPD
A practical diagnostic approach to suspensory ligament disease, especially hindlimb proximal suspensory desmitis. Ultrasonographic features of suspensory ligament disease - proximal, body and branch. ...
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Practical Neonatal Intensive Care in Practice with Dr Jessica Kidd (Recording)

WebLeC CPD
Thanks to Jessica Kidd for taking time away from her 3-week-old twins to give an excellent WebLeC session - in aid of Horespower 2012. Dr Kidd gives an overview of what is possible in a practice situa...
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Pregnancy and Twin Reduction in Mares with Dr Jon Pycock and Dr Juan Samper (Recording)

WebLeC CPD
Pregnancy diagnosis is a common task equine veterinary surgeons are asked to perform. The diagnosis is required to be performed at an early stage of the pregnancy. Multiple ovulations and consequently...
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Pyoderma: MRSA versus MRSP

Royal Veterinary College
About this course Meticillin-resistant staphylococci have emerged as important small animal pathogens. Although some cases may present as uncomplicated skin or wound infections that resolve with minim...
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Rabbit Behaviour

Vet Nurse Online
This months addition to the CPD Library has now been uploaded, entitled “Rabbit Behaviour” – it is the third lecture on rabbits in our series from Claire Speight. Our three part ser...
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Radiography Basics: Small Animal Positioning Refresher

Vet Nurse Online
This bitesize lecture is part of our extensive online CPD collection for Vet Nurses. For more information about the lecture and to see the current CPD Library Collection see www.VetNurseOnline.co.uk...
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Ralph is bleeding help! Problem based approach to the bleeding patient

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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Rational Use of Antibiotics in the Horse with Dicky Hepburn, Equine Medicine Referral Clinician - BW Equine Hospital - (Recording)

WebLeC CPD
We all dispense antibiotics every day in equine practice - but how often do we stop and think about whether we are getting the most out of them for our patients? Dicky Hepburn\'s WebLeC: \"Rational...
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Recognition and management of shock

Royal Veterinary College
About this course Shock is a common presenting complaint in emergency medicine and, if not recognised and treated rapidly, can be a significant cause of additional patient morbidity and mortality. Dur...
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Recorded e-CPD: Difficult births, sick foals and other equine emergencies for nurses

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas Care for pregnant mares and sick neonatal foalsPreparation for a dystocia Quick and efficient teamwork to deliver the foal during a dystociaFoal resuscitationFirst aid for wounds and fractur...
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Recorded Webinar Plus: A multidisciplinary approach to urinary tract disorders

Royal Veterinary College
About this course We are offering the opportunity to purchase fully recorded Webinar Plus courses at any time of the year to suit your schedule.Are you looking to review and find out the latest in the...
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Recorded Webinar Plus: Diagnosis and management of hepatobiliary disorders

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas Hepatic and pancreatic disease how much can clinical pathology really tell you?Approach to diagnosis and management of hepatobiliary diseaseCommon canine and feline hepatobiliary diseasesUp...
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Recorded Webinar Plus: Essentials of GI disorders

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas Logical approach to vomiting, diarrhoea and weight lossUnderstanding inflammatory bowel disease pathophysiology and diagnosisUnderstanding inflammatory bowel disease management and prognos...
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Recorded Webinar Plus: Feline cardiology

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas Overview of feline heart diseaseThe cat with congestive heart failureThe asymptomatic cat with heart diseaseArterial thromboembolism and other dire consequences of heart diseaseAbout this co...
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Recorded Webinar Plus: Feline focus

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas Clin path challenges cats vs dogsFeline anaesthetic challenges and how to manage themClinical pharmacology avoiding adverse reactionsThe emergency feline patient how to identify and manag...
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Recorded Webinar Plus: Fundamentals of emergency medicine: Part 1

Royal Veterinary College
About this course Would you like to get more confident in dealing with emergency cases?This recorded Webinar Plus online course will cover a wide breadth of topics that will be of value to any small a...
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Recorded Webinar Plus: Fundamentals of emergency medicine: Part 2

Royal Veterinary College
About this course Learn to deal confidently with some of the specific emergency situations that could otherwise leave you panicked!Following on from the Recorded Webinar Plus: Fundamentals of emergenc...
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Recorded webinar: A practical approach to diagnosing foot, pastern and fetlock problems

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas Distal limb blocks Radiography Ultrasound About this course Partially positive nerve blocks, ambiguous radiographic findings and equivocal ultrasound images – how to optimise the work...
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Recorded webinar: A practical approach to the diagnosis and management of back and sacroiliac pain

Royal Veterinary College
About this course Are you correctly identifying horses with back and sacroiliac pain? Are you diagnosing it by exclusion or have you an objective and practical way of investigating it? A certain d...
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Recorded webinar: Acute kidney injury

Royal Veterinary College
About this course This recorded webinar was originally part of a four week live Webinar Plus course: A multidisciplinary approach to urinary tract disorders, which is now available as a recorded Webi...
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Recorded Webinar: Avian Anaesthesia

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas: Case selection and stabilisation Practical tips for managing anaesthetic induction and recovery Monitoring of the avian patient during anaesthesia Fluid therapy and nutritional support ...
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Recorded webinar: Behavioural awareness in veterinary practice

Royal Veterinary College
About this course This webinar will discuss the impact of behavioural awareness on the welfare of patients during the veterinary experience. One of the main reasons for general veterinary practice...
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Recorded Webinar: Blood gas and electrolytes

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas: How to obtain an arterial blood sample How to recognise if your patient is hypoxaemic Determining the acid-base status of your patient Treatment of acid-base disorders Causes of common...
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Recorded Webinar: Canine cognitive dysfunction

Royal Veterinary College
About this course: This one hour recorded webinar will assist student and qualified veterinary nurses in developing a greater understanding of canine cognitive dysfunction (CCD). Clinical signs will ...
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Recorded Webinar: Canine genitourinary neoplasms

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas: Common genitourinary cancers (transitional cell carcinoma, renal carcinoma, prostatic carcinoma, leiomyosarcoma vs. leiomyoma) Urine sediment analysis BRAF mutation test Traumatic urina...
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Recorded Webinar: Canine hypothyroidism

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas: Canine hypothyroidism Feline pancytopenia About this course: Canine hypothyroidism is an endocrinopathy seen in dogs and presenting most commonly due to lymphocytic thyroiditis or idi...
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Recorded Webinar: Canine megaoesophagus

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas: What is megaoesophagus Clinical signs and concurrent complications Treatment and management of the condition Dietary requirements The use of a Bailey chair About this course: Megao...
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Recorded webinar: Canine renal disease

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas: - Clinical signs and concurrent disease processes - AKI V CKDTreatment options and management of chronic renal disease - Innovations in early detection of renal disease - About this cou...
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Repair and Healing - Advanced Wound Management Techniques

Vet Nurse Online
This online lecture takes an in depth look at wound healing and repair and discusses advanced wound management techniques at length. It is an ideal starting point for developing understanding of woun...
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Reproductive disorders

The Webinar Vet
Reproductive disorders presented by Molly Varga & John Chitty and brought to you by The Webinar Vet on Thu 8th May, 2014 / Time: 7pm - 8pm. To register for this webinar go to http://thewebinar...
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Safe administration of chemotherapy what should we be doing to maintain safety?

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas Storage and administrationPPE and biological safety cabinetsClosed system transfer devicesControlled areasCytotoxic spillsExtravasationNursing the cytotoxic patientAbout this course This web...
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Septic peritonitis diagnosis and management

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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Shoeing for different conditions

Royal Veterinary College
About this course Many lameness conditions benefit from manipulations to foot balance and application of specific shoes to biomechanically protect the injured structure. A vast array of shoes are avai...
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Small ruminants for vets in practice

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas Case based presentations to cover:- Dermatology- Urinary tract disease- Neurological conditions- Bloat- Toxic plants- Reproductive disordersKiddings - pitfalls and tips - a goat is not a she...
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Smallholder pigs for vets in practice

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas Legalities of keeping pigs: vet and owner responsibility, including movement lawsTherapies licensed and commonly used in pigs, and practical ways to apply themHow to spot notifiable diseases...
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So, the liver enzymes are raised and the white cell count is low...? Practical interpretation of your biochemistry and haematology

Royal Veterinary College
About this course Wondering what those mildly increased liver enzymes mean? Why are the neutrophils high and the lymphocytes low? This course will provide answers to all your questions.The webinar at ...
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Starting up Nurse Clinics for Adolescent Cats and Dogs

Vet Nurse Online
This bite size lecture is part of the Vet Nurse Online CPD collection for VNs and highlights how valuable setting up Adolescent Nurse Clinics in Practice can be. It describes what should be included i...
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Stress and Compassion Fatigue

The British Veterinary Nursing Association
What are the effects of stress? Stress can affect different people in different ways. Stress can affect your body and your feelings. Some of the effects are listed below: feeling tired having di...
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Tendon injuries first line treatment to long term

Royal Veterinary College
About this course Tendon injuries remain one of the most common orthopaedic injuries in the athletic horse. The most frequently encountered injuries affect the weightbearing tendons of the distal fore...
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The approach to the swollen joint

Royal Veterinary College
About this course The practitioner is often presented with a swollen joint in a wide variety of circumstances. We will explore the reasons for joint distension, the appropriate diagnostic process and ...
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The asymptomatic cat

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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The bleeding patient: Diagnosis and treatment

Royal Veterinary College
About this course This webinar focuses on the bleeding patient. A step by step approach to the diagnostic work up; as well as practical transfusion therapies. By the end of the topic you will have de...
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The cat with breathing difficulties

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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The cat with syncope/arrhythmias

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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The challenge of chronic otitis

Royal Veterinary College
About this course Not sure how to tackle the nightmare of unresolving, chronic or recurrent otitis?Ear disease is a common problem in dogs and as we are all well aware may be very difficult to resolve...
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The clinically deteriorating in-patient

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A challenging scenario often encountered in practice is when a patients condition worsens during hospitalisation despite an apparent improvement in the primary disease process. There...
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The emergency feline patient

Royal Veterinary College
About this course This webinar covers how to deal with cats when they are unstable. This involves effective patient evaluation and monitoring as well as emergency treatment and care of the critical p...
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The first 30 minutes: Effective triage of the emergency patient

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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The itchy horse: Whats new?

Royal Veterinary College
About this course Going to see that itchy horse again: tips and updatesRecurrent or chronic itch in the horse can be frustrating for vets and owners. This course will provide you with an summary of ho...
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The non-weight bearing horse including fracture stabilisation

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas Fracture immobilisationField emergenciesTriageExaminationAbout this course Managing and nonweight bearing horse can be stressful. This webinar provides the basis for successful examination, ...
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The Nurse's Role in Dog Bite Prevention and the Law

The British Veterinary Nursing Association
VN Knowledge | New webinar released! Nurse\'s Role in Dog Bite Prevention & the Law with Anne McBride View a taster https://youtu.be/nwhvrn9xglg Register for FREE for BVNA\'s VN Knowledge http:/...
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The Nurses Role on Wound Management: Wound Management Clinics

Vet Nurse Online
This online gives practical advice on wound management and discusses how nurses can take an active role in wound management in practice....
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The Value and Worth in Veterinary Nursing

Vet Nurse Online
This months addition to the Vet Nurse Online CPD library is entitled \"The Value and Worth in Veterinary Nursing\" by Annliese Morgan. This inspirational lecture discusses value in veterinary nursing...
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Tips and tricks for reading radiographs: How to read radiographs

Royal Veterinary College
About this courseStill unsure how to go about reading radiographs? Do you want to improve your radiographic reading skills?In this webinar Pete Mantis talks about common errors when reading radiograph...
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Tips and tricks for reading radiographs: What is the white bit in the lung?

Royal Veterinary College
About this courseDo you want to feel more confident reading thoracic radiographs of the dog and cat? At the end of the lecture you will have an understanding of how to create your own reading techniq...
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Trixie cant walk approach to cats with aortic thromboembolism

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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Ultrasound The Grey Scale Conundrum

The British Veterinary Nursing Association
Richard Doyle discusses the best way to set up your patient and machine to optimise the information you get from your ultrasound equipment. He then goes on to talk about a system to ensure that you a...
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Understanding Alabama rot

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas Review of CRGVUpdate on clinical signs and clinical pathology dataReview of management options for CRGVReview of management of AKIAbout this course When should you suspect Alabama rot? Is th...
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Update on feline diabetes mellitus whats new in the world of diagnosis, monitoring and treatment?

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas Prevalence, signalment and clinical signsAchieving a diagnosisTreatment options (insulin choice, dose and administration)Nursing careContinuous glucose monitoring systemsDealing with hypogly...
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Updates on cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Royal Veterinary College
About this course This webinar will provide practitioners with the key points focusing on measures that can be taken in a practice setting to save lives. A step by step guide describing what steps sho...
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Urinary Incontinence

Royal Veterinary College
About this course This webinar discusses urinary incontinence focusing mainly on the dog and giving joint input in terms of the medical and surgical aspects to this conditionA convenient and flexible ...
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Webinar Plus: Building resilience to the challenges and pressures of practice 2020

Royal Veterinary College
Key Areas Getting the most out of being a veterinarian: How understanding our career identity can help us achieve career satisfactionBuilding resilience to challenging situations and outcomes that don...
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Webinar Series In-Depth Equine Ophthalmology with Drs. Dennis Brooks & Brian Gilger

VetPD - Veterinary Professional Development
Ophthalmology in the horse is progressing rapidly. This in-depth module series will dramatically improve the ophthalmic capabilities of equine veterinarians and veterinary ophthalmologists at all leve...
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Webinar Series In-depth Update on Equine Tendon & Ligament Injuries: Pathogenesis, Diagnosis & Management

VetPD - Veterinary Professional Development
The aim of this series is to provide equine practitioners with a webinar series that comprehensively covers all clinically relevant aspects of tendon and ligament disease in the horse from the releva...
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What you should know about Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome

WebLeC CPD
What you\'ll learn Understanding the normal anatomy and function of the equine stomach and why this is important in the development of ulcers • Common and less commonly reported clinical signs ...
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Whats on the menu? Approach to the inappetant small animal patient

Royal Veterinary College
About this course In this Webinar Dan Chan, from the Section of Emergency and Critical Care and Nutritional Support Service at the Royal Veterinary College, outlines an approach to the inappentant pat...
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When Buster needs blood - transfusion essentials

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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Where did all the blood cells go? Approach to anaemia in dogs and cats

Royal Veterinary College
About this course A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. Priced at £30 for a 2 hour w...
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Wow Your Clients

Vet Nurse Online
This online lecture for Vet Nurses is part of the CPD collection from Vet Nurse Online. It discusses topics such as branding, marketing and setting standards in veterinary practice and gives practical...
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Zoo Wildlife Species in Veterinary Practice

The British Veterinary Nursing Association
VN Knowledge | New webinar released! Zoo & Wildlife Species in Practice with Matt Rendle View a taster by visiting BVNA\'s You Tube Channel https://youtu.be/GzwFPvfBbpg Register for FREE for BVN...
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