VetPartners To Host Second Live Clinical Discussion On Pancytopenia Outbreak
VETPARTNERS is hosting another live Zoom discussion for clinical teams on the pancytopenia outbreak in cats on Tuesday 20th July at 8pm.
It is the second time VetPartners has hosted a discussion to help clinical teams understand what we know about pancytopenia and what we don’t know, and the challenges of handling the cases.
The popularity of the first discussion in June led to calls for another session for those unable to attend last time. It will also provide an opportunity to discuss new information and share case experiences, as well as talk about the challenges of diagnosing and managing these conditions in practice.
The session will again be led by Dr Rachel Dean, BVMS PhD MSc(EBHC) DSAM(fel) SFHEA MRCVS, Director of Clinical Research and Excellence in Practice at VetPartners, and members of the group’s Small Animal Clinical Board.
The session will be informative and helpful and anyone from a clinical team is welcome to attend on Zoom.
· Meeting: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85766268533?pwd=YWgrOU9zVURLZGtpTDY1aFRRUjRaUT09
Meeting ID: 857 6626 8533
Notes to Editors:
Established in November 2015, VetPartners is made up of some of the UK’s most respected and trusted small animal, equine, mixed and farm practices.
Led by vets, VetPartners has 160 veterinary practices, with more than 6,000 employees working in around 550 sites across the UK and from its headquarters in York. Following European expansion in 2019, the group now has practices in Italy and France and is anticipating further growth in 2021. The group has diversified and now includes pet cremation services, an online retailer, a small animal veterinary nursing school, an equine nursing school, laboratories, a research dairy and a locum agency.
Because no two practices are the same, VetPartners encourages its practices to embrace their independent spirit, while supporting them by investing in people, facilities, equipment and latest technology so they provide outstanding care for patients and an excellence service for clients. VetPartners aims a great place to work, focusing on the development and wellbeing of its people.
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