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The Leader Who Isn’t. Learn the common behaviours that erode your credibility and success as a leader in practice

The Leader Who Isn’t. Learn the common behaviours that erode your credibility and success as a leader in practice by Natasha Wilks.  The modern veterinary practice is staffed by people with dif

Tue 2nd May, 2017

Natasha Wilks

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Problems Associated with Pregnancy and Parturition

Problems Associated with Pregnancy and Parturition by Paul wood. This talk will cover many of the common problems associated with pregnancy and parturition in cattle. It will follow a chronological or

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Wed 3rd May, 2017

Paul Wood

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C-Sections – The good, the bad, the puppies!

C-Sections – The good, the bad, the puppies! by Aylin Atilla.

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Thu 4th May, 2017

Aylin Atilla

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Advances in Sinus Surgery

Advances in Sinus Surgery by Tim Barnett. Sinus surgery, as with many other field of equine surgery, has evolved over the past few years with a greater emphasis on minimally invasive techniques. Sinos

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Wed 10th May, 2017

Dr Tim Barnett

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The art of delegation – Schedule 3 consultation

The College has just launched a consultation on Schedule 3, asking both veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses for their views on the future of veterinary nurses’ role in the practice. In this we

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Thu 11th May, 2017

David Catlow and Liz Cox

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Management of Acute Pancreatitis

Acute pancreatitis is a potentially life-threatening condition with the clinical presentation ranging from mild dehydration due to vomiting and inappetence through to severe systemic complications, in

Thu 11th May, 2017

Alison Ridyard

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Critical Care Nutrition

Critically ill patients have unique nutritional requirements. Participants will learn how to properly assess a patient’s nutritional status and develop an appropriate nutritional treatment plan to h

Wed 17th May, 2017

Chris Byers

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Promoting Behavioural Medicine in General Practice – The Role of the Veterinary Nurse

Promoting behavioural medicine in general practice – the role of the veterinary nurse by Sarah Heath.

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Tue 23rd May, 2017

Sarah Heath

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The Big Tick Project – The Results Are In

Hosted by Professor Richard Wall. 5 learning objectives: Remind practitioners of the altered behaviour of ticks and the risk to pets and humans Remind practitioners of the risks for travelling dogs an

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Tue 23rd May, 2017

Richard Wall

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Clinical Neuro-Ophthalmology, from Horner’s syndrome to blindness, Should I be worried?

Clinical Neuro-Ophthalmology, from Horner’s syndrome to blindness, Should I be worried? by Elsa Beltran. After qualifying from the University Cardenal Herrera CEU, Valencia, Spain in June 2002, E

Thu 25th May, 2017

Elsa Beltran

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