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Anaesthesia II: Rabbit anaesthesia in general practice - TBC

This course is being re-scheduled due to Covid-19 restrictions - Please select the session date (31/12) and 'add to waitlist' if you wish to receive a notification when the date has been confirmed 

Pending Approval for CVE Credits by VCI

Aimed at small animal practitioners and nurses looking to improve their proficiency in anaesthesia in rabbits.

This course qualifies for our combined CPD rate for 1 Vet plus 1 Vet Nurse per practice #worktogetherlearntogether

Speaker: Grainne Lally MVB Cert VA

Anaesthesia

Anaesthesia II: Rabbit anaesthesia in general practice - TBC

Anaesthesia II: Rabbit anaesthesia in general practice - TBC

Anaesthesia

Anaesthesia III: Keeping your finger on the pulse - TBC

This course is being re-scheduled due to Covid-19 restrictions - Please select the session date (31/12) and 'add to waitlist' if you wish to receive a notification when the date has been confirmed 

VCI Approved Course Code CP20-21-0151

9.5 CVE Credits

Anaesthesia III: Keeping your finger on the pulse how to get the most out of your anaesthetic monitoring equipment in companion animal practice.

NB This course qualifies for our *combined CPD rate for 1 Vet plus 1 Vet Nurse per practice #worktogetherlearntogether

Speakers: Grainne Lally MVB Cert VA & Georgina Murphy Dip AVN(Surgical) RVN

Anaesthesia

Anaesthesia III: Keeping your finger on the pulse - TBC

Anaesthesia III: Keeping your finger on the pulse - TBC

Soft Tissue Surgery

BOAS Surgery - Monday 13th Sept. 9:00-17:00

Pending Approval for CVE Credits by VCI

BOAS is a complex, congenital multi-level airway disorder that has a massive impact on animal welfare. Due to the popularity of brachycephalic breeds, we have witnessed an explosion in their ownership, an increased prevalence of the condition and patients presented earlier and with more severe manifestations of the condition.

Speaker: Aidan McAlinden MVB MSc Cert SAS DipECVS MRCVS

Soft Tissue Surgery

BOAS Surgery - Monday 13th Sept. 9:00-17:00

BOAS Surgery - Monday 13th Sept. 9:00-17:00

Cardiology

Cardiology I: Does this murmur matter - Friday October 15th 9:00-17:00

*Scheduled for Friday, October 15th, 9:00 - 17:00

Does this murmur matter?

What do I do next?

Join us for a deep dive into the cardiovascular physical exam and gain confidence in recognising and managing potential heart cases on this combined theory & practical course.

Gain confidence with auscultation – interactive section using large bank of heart sound recordings to delineate normal versus various abnormal auscultation findings including murmurs, arrhythmias, and lung sounds.

Make a plan - Refine your differential diagnosis list of cardio-respiratory disease based on your physical examination findings and selecting appropriate diagnostics

Tips and tricks to optimising your use of routine diagnostics in practice – everything but the echo! Practical ways to improve your management of cardio cases with the tools you already have in your practice.

Speaker: Veterinary Cardiologist Jane Pigott, an RCVS Advanced Practitioner in Veterinary Cardiology

Cardiology

Cardiology I: Does this murmur matter - Friday October 15th 9:00-17:00

Cardiology I: Does this murmur matter - Friday October 15th 9:00-17:00

Cardiology

Cardiology II: Echocardiography Practical - Friday Dec. 3rd 2021 9:00-13:00

Learn how to work with what you have – optimisie your equipment and scanning environment to set you up for success

Understand and obtain the basic right-sided 2D echo views - optimise your echo images

Cardiac measurements – a hindrance or a help? Learn which measurements are practically useful in GP practice and when ‘eyeballing’ the scan might a better approach.

Speaker: Veterinary Cardiologist Jane Pigott, an RCVS Advanced Practitioner in Veterinary Cardiology

Cardiology

Cardiology II: Echocardiography Practical - Friday Dec. 3rd 2021 9:00-13:00

Cardiology II: Echocardiography Practical - Friday Dec. 3rd 2021 9:00-13:00

Orthopaedic

Cranial Closing Wedge Osteotomy (CCWO) - Friday 12th November - 9:00-17:00

Pending Approval for CVE Credits by VCI
 
Cranial Closing Wedge Osteotomy (CCWO) has become a popular technique for the treatment of canine cranial cruciate ligament disease in dogs that have a steep tibial plateau or joint angle, such as West Highland Terriers. It can also be a preferred method of treatment in smaller dogs where techniques like TTA may be difficult. In the morning session we cover the key objectives before practising the technique on saw bone and then in the wet lab for a hands-on practical.
 
Orthopaedic

Cranial Closing Wedge Osteotomy (CCWO) - Friday 12th November - 9:00-17:00

Cranial Closing Wedge Osteotomy (CCWO) - Friday 12th November - 9:00-17:00

Ophthalmology

Eyelid surgery and enucleation in dogs & cats - TBC

This course is being re-scheduled due to Covid-19 restrictions - Please select the session date (31/12) and 'add to waitlist' if you wish to receive a notification when the date has been confirmed 

VCI Approved Course Code CP20-21-0150

5 CVE Credits 

This course involves teaching the basics of common eyelid surgery, from pre-op assessment to good surgical techniques.

Speaker: Natasha Mitchell MVB DVOphthal MRCVS

Ophthalmology

Eyelid surgery and enucleation in dogs & cats - TBC

Eyelid surgery and enucleation in dogs & cats - TBC

Feline Medicine

Feline Focus - Stress & FLUTD - TBC

This course is being re-scheduled due to Covid-19 restrictions - Please select the session date (31/12) and 'add to waitlist' if you wish to receive a notification when the date has been confirmed 

VCI Approved Course Code C21-21-0152

3.5 CVE Credits 

Learn how to minimise stress for cats visit your practice and manage FLUTD with some very simple solutions.Feline focus – Stress & FLUTD

NB This course qualifies for our *combined CPD rate for 1 Vet plus 1 Vet Nurse per practice #worktogetherlearntogether

Speakers: Clare Meade MVB Cert VR MANZCVS Feline Medicine & Rachel Callanan RVN

Feline Medicine

Feline Focus - Stress & FLUTD - TBC

Feline Focus - Stress & FLUTD - TBC

Orthopaedic

Orthopaedics II: Hindlimb - 2 day - 30th Sept. & 1st Oct.

Pending Approval for CVE Credits by VCI

Speakers: Shane Guerin MVB MACVSC Cert SAO DVCSC DIPL ECVS MRCVS & James Dunne MVB Cert SAS MRCVS

Orthopaedic

Orthopaedics II: Hindlimb - 2 day - 30th Sept. & 1st Oct.

Orthopaedics II: Hindlimb - 2 day - 30th Sept. & 1st Oct.

Orthopaedic

Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (TTA) - Saturday 13th November - 9:00-17:00

Pending Approval for CVE Credits by VCI
 
Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (TTA) has become one of the preferred techniques used in orthopaedic practice for the treatment of cranial cruciate ligament disease. It is more invasive than some of the other techniques and involves an osteotomy. We strongly recommend attending a practical course before attempting this technique.
Securos Orthopaedic Institute has trained many veterinary surgeons worldwide to a level where they feel confident to use this technique in practice.
In the morning session we will initially focus on the pathophysiology of cranial cruciate ligament disease and the theory that surrounds TTA. In addition, there will be an opportunity to practise using digital imaging software.
This course has been designed to be highly practical, offering the opportunity to practise the technique twice, once on a saw bone and then in the wet lab.
 
Orthopaedic

Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (TTA) - Saturday 13th November - 9:00-17:00

Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (TTA) - Saturday 13th November - 9:00-17:00