The Week Ahead: 22nd May – 28th May

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Another week has flown by here at The Webinar Vet as we race towards June, and it doesn’t look like it’s about to slow down. The next seven days are jam-packed with webinars!

Plan your week ahead so you don’t miss out!

 


 

“Promoting Behavioural Medicine in General Practice – The Role of the Veterinary Nurse” by Sarah Heath

Sarah is an excellent speaker and a well-known authority on behaviour. This webinar will discuss nurse roles in relation to behavioural medicine and will be extremely useful for all members of a general practice.

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Broadcast Live: 8.00pm (BST) on Tues 23rd May, 2017

If you are a Nurse, Platinum or Diamond Member then you will be automatically registered for this webinar and will receive a link for the webinar one hour before the start of the live broadcast.

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“The Big Tick Project – The Results Are In” by Richard Wall

This webinar is free to watch thanks to the kind sponsorship of MSD and will discuss: The altered behaviour of ticks and the risk to pets and humans, the risks for travelling dogs and the need to treat dogs before, during and after travel.

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Broadcast Live: 8.30pm (BST) on Tues 23rd May, 2017

To register for this free webinar please click the link below and submit your details. You will then receive a link for the webinar one hour before the start of the live broadcast.

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“Veterinary Nurses – how can they help you and your pet” by Julie Dugmore

This webinar is free to watch thanks to the kind sponsorship of the RCVS. This webinar is aimed at pet owners and will be very beneficial for your clients. Most veterinary practices have at least one veterinary nurse, but we know it can often be quite confusing to understand how their areas of expertise and experience differ from a veterinary surgeon’s.

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Broadcast Live: 1.00pm (BST) on Wed 24th May, 2017

To register for this free webinar please click the link below and submit your details. You will then receive a link for the webinar one hour before the start of the live broadcast.

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“Clinical Neuro-Ophthalmology, from Horner’s syndrome to blindness, Should I be worried?” by Else Beltran

Neuro-ophthalmologic disorders can arise from dysfunction of any part of the neuro-ophthalmologic tracts. A firm understanding about the neuroanatomy of the neuro-ophthalmologic pathways is essential to perform a correct neuroanatomic diagnosis.

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Broadcast Live: 8.30pm (BST) on Thurs 25th May, 2017

If you are a Platinum or Diamond Member then you will be automatically registered for this webinar and will receive a link for the webinar one hour before the start of the live broadcast.

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Have a great week and we’ll see you on another webinar soon!

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