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With our Nurse Membership, you will have full access to all nurse content in our webinar library, and all future nurse webinars. Tune in live for monthly CPD sessions presented by expert speakers, and add your favourites to your watchlist. Scheduling your CPD has never been so easy!

With our Nurse Membership, you will have full access to all nurse content in our webinar library, and all future nurse webinars. Tune in live for monthly CPD sessions presented by expert speakers, and add your favourites to your watchlist. Scheduling your CPD has never been so easy!

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*Prices are excluding VAT. Monthly membership is a 12-month contract. After your 7 day free trial, membership auto-renews monthly or yearly. Unless cancelled within the trial period.

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Our 2022 Nurse Webinar Schedule

You’ll have access to our Nurse schedule. You can tune in live, or watch the recorded sessions on demand from any connected device within 24 hours of the live broadcast. 

Helen Silver-MacMahon

Non-technical skills have been found to be responsible for causing adverse and unexpected outcomes in veterinary practice. In this session we find out what non-technical skills are needed for safe and efficient care and we consider what steps can be put in place to reduce the chance of errors occurring.

Sophie McMurrough RVN VTS (SAIM)

Urinalysis can tell us a lot about our patient. From renal function to hydration status, bacteria and uroliths. We perform urinalysis every day so it is important to know when these tools can be useful, why we use them and importantly, how to interpret the results. Watch this webinar to learn some handy tips about everything urine!

Katie Gray DipAVN DipHE CVN RVN

Coagulation is an important part of the body’s day to day mechanisms, and our patients can experience problems with their coagulation due to countless diseases, disorders and intoxication. This lecture will aim to equip the experienced nurse in practice with the background knowledge on coagulation, signs and symptoms to look out for in the dog and cat and how best to nurse coagulopathic patients in the hospital.

Michelle Moran RVN Cert ECC VTS

 

There are so many different options of anaesthetic drugs available to us to use during our peri-operative anaesthetic period. In this session we will look at all the different options and discuss their uses as well as how to set up the equipment you will need and calculate various doses for different patients.

Gemma Crowley

 

British wildlife will often be presented to small animal veterinary practices by members of the public for care. The basic principles of such care for the vast majority of wildlife casualties are the same as those provided to domestic species. However, when faced with a species that you are unfamiliar with it can be quite daunting. The aim of this presentation is to provide support for veterinary nurses and instil confidence on how nurse British wildlife casualties with a focus on specific cases.

Stacey Parker RVN, ISFMCert (FN), NCert (Anaesth) and (Dent), MBVNA

Pets are joyfully living longer; this does however mean that it is very likely we will have patients present to us for Anaesthesia within the Geriatric stage of their life. Age is not a reason not to place a patient under Anaesthesia, however, the patients can often be more challenging and complex to manage. After this lecture you will have all the tools you need to approach your next geriatric anaesthesia with confidence

Hayley Walters RVN MBE

 

Your patient has been admitted. It looks terrified. You can’t handle it. How did it get to this? What can you do about it? And how can you prevent this happening to future patients? This lecture aims to look at how we can maintain welfare standards during a patient’s hospitalisation and improve standards in the clinic so that we never just ‘get the job done’ but ensure the patients’ experience is as positive as possible.

Chloe Fay BSc (Hons) RVN CertVN ECC VTS (ECC)

Cardiac emergencies require urgent attention, and delay of treatment to these patients may cause fatalities. Understanding how the underlying condition and presentation will affect the patient is key to understanding treatment efficacy and the importance of the nurse’s role within the management of these patients. This webinar will take an in-depth look at emergency management and treatment of cardio-respiratory emergencies that present to the practice. During this one-hour session, top tips and in-depth look at treatment and monitoring tools, clinical symptoms, and nursing considerations will be addressed. A comprehensive focus on ECG interpretation and introduction to ultrasound techniques through case studies will help the nurse with case management as well as oxygen therapy and specific nursing considerations.

 Helen Silver-MacMahon

 

In this supportive and solution focussed session we will consider the elements of leadership which are essential for individuals to lead, manage and motivate teams efficiently to ensure high performance and exceptional patient care. We will explore the definitions, pitfalls and attributes of effective leadership and discuss the practicalities of being an effective leader within a veterinary nursing team.

Jack Pye RVN

 

This webinar will go through everything the veterinary nurse needs to progress their skills into ultrasound from start to finish. From preparation to knowing what you’re looking at will give a boost when carrying out this task in practice. This invaluable tool is often under-utilised in practice and is an area of diagnostic imaging that nurses can excel in and develop their skillset as a veterinary nurse.

Elle Haskey BSc(hons) RVN VTS(ECC) VPAC A1

 

Emergency cases can present at any time of the day or night and catch the team off guard! Nurses play an important role in the initial triage assessment and stabilisation of these cases and so understanding the key principles of stabilisation will help ensure the patient receives prompt life-saving support. This session will take a case-based approach to look at commonly used stabilisation techniques for emergency patients including: the principles of effective triage, identification and treatment of shock, delivery of oxygen, the benefits of an emergency database and other commonly used stabilisation techniques.

Nicola Read MSc (Veterinary Nursing), PgC (Oncology Nursing), DipAVN(Med), RVN

 

Hemangiosarcoma (HSA), is a malignant tumour composed of neoplastic endothelial cells and represents up to half of all canine splenic malignancies but can also frequent other anatomic sites include the heart, skin and subcutis, and liver. Clinical presentation is largely dictated by tumour location and may vary from vague, nonspecific signs of illness to acute collapse and death secondary to haemorrhagic shock. The majority of patients with visceral or cardiac HSA will present in an emergent scenario secondary to tumour rupture and subsequent internal haemorrhage, necessitating urgent medical attention and quick, challenging decisions to be made. Surgical excision of the fragile or bleeding tumour offers the best increase in survival time, and is often coupled with chemotherapy to treat the high metastatic potential of this disease Despite its challenges, patients with HAS can be achieve an extended quality-based survival time of up to 12 months which most importantly allows owners more time with their companion and some really rewarding nursing!

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