Ceva Launches New Skin And Ear Cytology Online Course
25th May, 2023 16h40
Ceva Animal Health, manufacturer of DOUXO S3, has launched a new skin and ear cytology online course ‘Boost your confidence in skin cytology’.
Featuring two hours of free CPD, the course features eight bitesize modules of between five and 15 minutes and is aimed at both vets and nurses. Each session is designed to improve confidence in cytology, knowing when it is needed and taking and interpreting skin and ear cytology samples, an important step when diagnosing and tailoring management plans for pets with skin issues. The course will also include advice on the use of dermatopicals and how to choose between DOUXO S3 PYO and DOUXO S3 CALM.
The modules are presented by leading dermatology speakers including Natalie Barnard BVetMed, CertVD, DipECVD, MRCVS, EBVS European Veterinary Specialist in Dermatology and RCVS Recognised Specialist in Veterinary Dermatology, Amy Elvidge BVM BVS, CertAVP (VD), MRCVS, RCVS Advanced Practitioner in Veterinary Dermatology and Daniel White BSc RVN, NCert SAN, SQP, Dermatology Veterinary Nurse.
Course notes and self-assessment questions are available for each module and a CPD certificate will be provided.
“Skin problems can be challenging, and recurrent skin irritations are particularly frustrating. Cytology is essential in the work up of these cases but is often overlooked,” comments Emelie Fogelberg BSc DVM MRCVS, veterinary advisor at Ceva Animal Health. “Our new skin and ear cytology online course will help both vets and nurses become more confident in sample taking and interpretation to support a diagnosis and management plan from the first consultation.”
To register for the ‘Boost your confidence in skin cytology’ course visit https://veterinarywebinars.com/community/ceva/.
For further information on the DOUXO S3 range go to www.douxo.com.
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