I’m sure you’ll agree we have had some cracking veterinary webinars this spring. This summer things will naturally slow down as we all go off on our holidays so this will be one of our last sponsored webinars until September.
Vetoquinol are kindly inviting you to a complimentary veterinary webinar entitled ‘Chronic Pain in the Geriatric Dog: Decision Making and Risk Management’
I must admit that seeing old arthritis dogs with other issues is a bit of a clinical conundrum for me. Should I treat or shouldn’t I? I am, therefore, thrilled that Vetoquinol have sponsored such a fascinating subject.
Enter veto11 in the discount code box to get the webinar for free. You will need to fill in a second form after that to be formally invited to the webinar. You should then be directed to our blog page which is full of interesting information.
The speaker is Dr. Jo Murrell, Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Anaesthesia at Bristol Vet School and holder of a European Diploma in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia.
Treating ageing dogs can be problematic, particularly when it comes to pain management, as the presence of concurrent disease or compromised organ function can limit the treatment protocol. Jo will address how to develop a practical approach to risk management, taking into account the needs of the patient and the client’s concerns – helping you to make clinical decisions with confidence.
I am really looking forward to this webinar and I hope you are too. Please register even if you cannot make the webinar and we will send you a link to the recording. This webinar entitles you to 1hour of CPD. A certificate will be available with the recording for those of you who need a certificate.
Thanks for all your kind compliments about the usefulness of webinars. If you have already registered you do not need to register again just click on the email link you should receive tomorrow about 10 minutes before the start of the webinar at 8.30pm.
Looking forward to seeing you on Wednesday at 8.30pm
PS don’t forget the link http://www.thewebinarvet.com/vetoquinol
Complimentary code veto11