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University Of Cambridge Speakers To Share Clinical Insights With Improve International

3 weeks ago

27th July, 2022 10h54

Improve International

The veterinary community will have the opportunity to hear the most memorable cases and key clinical insights from RCVS Queen’s Medal winner Professor Mike Herrtage and specialists at the University of Cambridge, Department of Veterinary Medicine in Improve International’s free online roundtable on 27 July 2022 8pm.

Improve International has been working with University of Cambridge since the inception of its new veterinary Academy Series which launched earlier this year. So far, it has offered month-long semesters comprising of online lessons in Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome (BOAS) and canine and feline oncology. Semesters to follow later in the year are canine and feline cardiology, neurology and equine oncology.

In this online roundtable discussion, internationally recognised Professor Mike Herrtage will be in conversation with Academy Series’ speakers including, Catheryn Partington BVSc CertAVP(VC) MSc MRCVS and Jose Matos DVM DipECVIM (Cardiology) MRCVS European and RCVS Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Cardiology (canine and feline cardiology) and Paul Freeman MA, VetMB, Cert SAO, Dip ECVN, MRCVS (European and RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Neurology) (canine and feline neurology). Throughout the online event, they will be sharing how the Academy Series can help vet professionals meet their annual CPD targets, learn through self-assessment and reflective study and bring them to the forefront of medicine in several specialist areas by the end of the year.

Heber Alves, CEO of Improve International, said: “Here at Improve International, we are proud to be providing CPD training alongside the historic and prestigious University of Cambridge for our first Academy Series. We are excited to be working with many of its pioneering specialists at the Department of Veterinary Medicine and, as a former vet myself, I look forward to hearing how my fellow veterinarians handled the most difficult challenges of their careers.”

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