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All 12 CPD sessions are now available to watch on demand from any connected device, at a time convenient to you.

Sessions include:
The Rabbit Friendly Clinic, Practical Analgesia and Anaesthesia, Managing the Snuffly Rabbit, Ear diseases (including the surgery), Reproductive Tract Problems, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Dermatology and Pododermatitis

Learn from two world-renowned specialists in small mammal medicine – Dr. Charly Pignon and Dr. Elisabetta Mancinelli.

You can access all of the webinars broadcasted during the event as recordings in both English and with Polish subtitles.

Recordings available on any device

Lectures available to watch on demand until November 16th 2020

Learn from Dr. Charly Pignon and Elisabetta Mancinelli

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The Webinar Topics

Presented by:


1. Managing the snuffly rabbit
2. CT in diagnosing rabbit respiratory diseases: interesting cases
3. How to approach the neurologic rabbit and practical neurological examination
4. The rabbit friendly clinic

Presented by:


5. Soft tissue surgery
6. Orthopedics and fracture management
7. Dermatology and pododermatitis
8. Practical analgesia and anaesthesia
9. Ear diseases (including the surgery)
10. Overview of reproductive tract problems in pet rabbits
11. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation

These webinars are not RACE approved.

All of the webinars in the conference are available to access until November 16th 2020.

What do Vets think?

"There were a range of different subjects which were all very informative. I have learnt a lot for my own rabbits and ones in practice. All of the information has been so useful I have passed it on to my fellow vets and would definitely recommend to others - it was brilliant!"

- Tracy Groombridge

"It was a super event! The presentations gave me a lot of new information and the video content in the webinars was really helpful."

- Karolina Kramolišová

About the speakers

Elisabetta Mancinelli

DVM, DECZM (Small Mammals) CertZooMed, MRCVS

Elisabetta graduated from the University of Naples “Federico II”, Italy, in 2002. Her interest in exotics became clear shortly after her graduation, anticipating a career mainly based on non-conventional animal medicine and surgery.

After a small animal focused internship, she’s been working solely with exotics since 2003. She undertook an externship in France, mainly based on reptile medicine and completed an externship program at the “Angell Animal Memorial Hospital” in Boston (USA), focusing on exotic animal medicine and surgery.

In 2007, she moved to UK where she initially worked in private practice and wildlife charities. In 2009, Elisabetta started the first European College of Zoological Medicine (ECZM) Residency in Small Mammal Medicine, which she completed at The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, Edinburgh. From September 2010, she has held an RCVS Certificate in Zoological Medicine. In 2014, she obtained the ECZM Diploma, Specialty “Small Mammal Medicine and Surgery”.

She currently leads the exotic department at Highcroft Veterinary Referrals, Bristol (UK).

Charly Pignon

DVM, DECZM (Small Mammals)

Charly Pignon graduated in 2005 from Alfort National Veterinary School (France) and did his veterinary thesis on a wildlife conservation project in Cambodia. Then he worked in the wildlife rescue center in Alfort and Paris Zoo (la Ménagerie du Jardin des Plantes).

In 2009, Charly Pignon completed an Exotic Medicine Internship at Tufts University. When he came back to France he created the Exotic Medicine Service in Alfort National Veterinary School.

Charly is a Diplomate of the European College of Zoological Medicine (Small Mammals), a board member of Yaboumba (French association for continuing education in exotic and wild animals) and president of the Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarian. His current field of research are ear surgeries and orthopedic surgeries in small mammals, and blood transfusion in ferrets.

All of the webinars in the conference are available to access until November 16th 2020.

The Rabbit Medicine Conference is kindly sponsored by Burgess Pet Care.