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We've got so many amazing sponsored webinars - some of which you can enjoy for FREE.

Our sponsored webinars are always high quality and have amazing content that'll help you keep up to date with all the latest veterinary knowledge. Another positive is that you're getting a lot of these sponsored webinars for FREE. Fantastic, isn't it? You can have a look at our full webinar schedule (click below), or have a look below to find out more about our upcoming sponsored webinars.

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RECENTLY ADDED SPONSORED WEBINARS

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BEHAVIOURAL PROBLEMS IN INDOOR RABBITS

Presented by Guen Bradbury

Keeping rabbits indoors can be a great experience for both pets and people, but there are often welfare costs to the rabbits and inconveniences to the owners. These inconveniences are the price that owners pay for keeping rabbits in an environment for which they are not evolved. Appropriate management of owner expectations and suitable guidance to improve the indoor environment can relieve the owner’s stress and improve the rabbits’ welfare.

Kindly sponsored by Burgess Pet Care

MANAGING FINANCIALLY AFTER A LONG-TERM ACCIDENT OR ILLNESS

Presented by Stephen Schofield

This webinar will look at the following: What is income protection? Why is it important? How could it protect you? What are the reasons people take out an income protection plan? Why do they not take out an income protection plan? This webinar will also cover the variations, or options, that are possible with income protection. We will wrap up the webinar by talking about PG Mutual and our Income Protection Plus plan and how we can address those needs with our policy.

Kindly sponsored by PG Mutual

PERSONALISED MEDICINE - THE FUTURE OF LIFE-LONG PREVENTATIVE CARE

Presented by Noam Pik

This webinar will explore the concept of personalised / precision medicine and how to start planning for its implementation in day to day practice. Personalised Medicine tailors veterinary care to individual pets based on their predicted risk of disease and likely response to intervention. Veterinary professionals acknowledge the benefits of personalised medicine, but those benefits can be difficult to achieve in practice unless there is appropriate team training and commitment. Most pet owners want care to be tailored to the needs of their specific pets, but don’t necessarily know what their pets need – for this they rely on the veterinary health care team.

Kindly sponsored by NationWide Labs and Orivet

CV WRITING AND INTERVIEW TIPS

Presented by Josh Raynor

This lecture has been designed to help anyone that is looking for advice on how to put together a CV and how to prepare for an interview that will help you stand out above the rest! We aim to give advice on what information should be included on a CV, appropriate keywords and how to present your CV. This lecture also includes information on social media and how potential employers may see you across multiple media platforms. Finally, tips on how to prepare yourself for an interview, the practicalities of the role you have applied for and how to find out if the role is going to be the right fit for you.

Kindly sponsored by JHP Recruitment

GUIDING PRINCIPLES IN PET DIABETES MANAGEMENT - AN UPDATE

Presented by Grant Petrie

Diabetes is one of the most common hormonal disease in first opinion practices, treatment might be challenging for pet owners but can be exceedingly rewarding. Recent research shows that 1 in 10 diabetic pets are euthanased as soon as they are diagnosed with diabetes1 while other research has proven that the challenges and treatment concerns for the owners of newly diagnosed pets significantly reduce after starting treatment2 How we as vets communicate and manage the condition, understanding pet owners concerns and worries, can greatly impact pet owner decisions and confidence in successful management. We are just starting to recognise the benefits of keeping our medical approach flexible, simple and tailored to the owner lifestyle. The webinar will cover principles like: providing a comprehensive, patient centric diabetes approach; individualized treatment goals; addressing contributing factors and empowering owners to play an active part in the management of their diabetic pet.

Kindly sponsored by MSD

PROMOTING A HEALTHY GUT-BRAIN AXIS IN ANIMALS

Presented by Francesca Gazzaniga

The trillions of bacteria that colonize the intestine, collectively referred to as the gut microbiota, play an important role in health and disease. In this lecture, we will focus on how gut bacteria and the diet affect neurological disease and how findings in mice can be translated to help maintain a healthy gut-brain axis in companion animals.

Kindly sponsored by Purina

INFLAMMATORY AIRWAY DISORDERS IN DOGS: DIAGNOSIS AND THERAPY

Presented by Phil Padrid

This webinar evaluates the most common inflammatory disorders of the canine respiratory tract, including immune-mediated nasal disease, laryngeal paralysis, tracheal collapse, chronic bronchitis and eosinophilic bronchopneumonia.

Kindly sponsored by BreathEazy

MANAGEMENT OF EPILEPTIC DOGS

Presented by Laurent Garosi

This presentation proposes a step-wise approach to the diagnosis of epilepsy, its maintenance and treatment as well as emergency management of cluster seizures and status epilepticus.

Sponsored by TVM UK

A BRIEF MISCELLANY OF CAVY CONUNDRUMS

Presented by John Chitty

This webinar covers some of the more common and more recently recognised syndromes of guinea pigs – Cystitis, ovarian cysts and hyperthyroidism. It will cover diagnosis and management and, where applicable, relate this to husbandry and preventive methods.

Sponsored by Burgess

THE SOCIETAL ASPECTS OF STREETVETTING

Presented by Jade Statt & Gabriel Galea

StreetVet is a vet led volunteer initiative providing free accessible vet care for those experiencing homelessness and their pets in the U.K. What started as 2 vets and a backpack is now a team of over 300 vets and nurses outreaching weekly in 9 locations across the U.K.

Sponsored by StreetVet

"I KNOW IT'LL BE GOOD FOR ME TOMORROW": PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, THE ELIXIR THAT'S JUST AROUND THE CORNER

Presented by Oliver Glackin & Nat Scroggie

The presentation outlines what is commonly known about the positive relationship between physical activity and psychological wellbeing and mental health, including details of exercise dose/intensity.

Sponsored by RCVS