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Attendance courses in Central London covering a wide variety of subjects for Vets and Vet Nurses with fantastic lecturers. 100% of surveyed delegates rate our courses excellent or very good. Courses start at just £195.

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Highly practical and hands-on courses with small group size in Central London and Surrey. Soft tissue surgery, orthopaedics, diagnostic imaging, dentistry, minimally invasive surgery and physiotherapy. Courses start at just £195

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The quality of Central CPD attendance courses with the convenience of online. Certified CPD for the whole Practice team accessible anytime, anywhere. Annual subscription from just £75/person.

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The Cat Friendly Hospital Ward

In this 35 min live recorded lecture, Martha Cannon from Oxford Cat Clinic discusses the psychology of cats in the Practice and how to use this knowledge to make the hospital ward as cat friendly as possible. This video was taken from a 6 hours series on the Inappetent Cat, available to view on Vet-eCPD

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  • 11th December - VN Annual Renewal Reminder From RCVS

    The RCVS is reminding all RVNs that their fees must be paid on or before Monday 31 December 2018. Those who do not pay will be removed from the Register. The annual renewal fee for veterinary nurses is currently set at £67 and payments can be made by debit or credit card via the ‘My Account’ area […]

  • 4th December - Gender Discrimination In The Veterinary Profession

    Woman make up over 60% of the veterinary profession but a recent study has found that woman still face discrimination and they are actually more likely to be discriminated against by the people who think it does not exist in our profession. The BVA in collaboration with the University of Exeter have published a report […]

  • 27th November - Neutering Audit Results Published

    The UK’s first national neutering audit of cats and dogs has revealed almost 1-in-10 cases involved one or more abnormalities requiring medical treatment or surgical intervention – and in both species, spays suffered more complications than castrates. The audit data, comprising more than 30,000 individual cases from veterinary practices across the country and released by […]

  • 20th November - **New Equine CPD for 2019**

    We are excited to announce the launch of their new programme of equine CPD courses for 2019. Delivered by Liphook Equine Hospital directors Prof Andy Durham and Dr Jane Boswell, the programme includes both theory and cadaver-based practical courses across a range of topics relevant to the first-opinion practitioner. The programme has been designed to […]

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