Do you get that post-webinar happy feeling?

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Earlier this month Paul Aldridge provided a webinar on “Canine Urethral Obstruction: A practical approach”. Paul’s webinars are always very popular, 92.3% of webinar attendees who completed the post-webinar survey rated this webinar as “excellent”. One attendee commented to The Webinar Vet team that they were “very happy”.

“Practical and well described, very happy”

 

In last week’s email, I mentioned that Stuart Lee, our Online Community Manager and I have produced a video of us talking about our webinar highlights from May.

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I’d like to know, was this a good idea or not?! I’ve set up a poll question in the Member’s Facebook Group so if you wouldn’t mind letting us know whether we should continue providing videos or stick to written content, that would be great! If you would like to join the Facebook Group, please use the link below. Otherwise you can feedback to us by posting a comment under the video on YouTube.

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This week we have two member webinars with Andrew Kent on Thursday evening (back at the usual time of 8:30pm (BST), apologies again for the last-minute change of time last week) and Jane Dobson is presenting the coffee morning at 11am (BST) on Friday. Andrew’s webinar is titled, “Approach to Canine Chronic Enteropathy” and his notes for the webinar are already on the website if you’d like to access them prior to the webinar. Jane’s coffee morning is titled, “Practical Approach to Mast Cell Tumours in Dogs”. You’ll get the link to join the webinar an hour before the live broadcast.

I’m chairing the Thursday evening webinar with Andrew Kent. I hope you can join Andrew and I on the webinar.

Happy webinar watching,

StaceySignature