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Veterinary Continuing Professional Development Programme 2020 - 25% off selected courses nottingham.ac.ukvet/cpd - University of Nottingham
Veterinary
   Continuing
  Professional
  Development
Programme 2020

   25% off selected courses
when booked by Friday 28 February 2020

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Contents                                                                                          Welcome to the University of
                                                                                                      Nottingham CPD Education Centre

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                                                                                                      Welcome to our 2020 CPD brochure.              We are also providing a number of
                                                                                                                                                     intermediate and advanced Academy
                                                                                                      As with previous years, we have listened
                                                                                                                                                     courses, and we continue to provide
                                                                                                      to the comments and requests made by
                                                                                                                                                     substantial discounts on these courses for
                                                                                                      delegates attending previous courses. We
    Welcome                                      Veterinary Surgical        Anatomy                                                                  those who have previously attended the
                                                                                                      have tried to incorporate your suggestions
                                                 Training Academy                                                                                    VBSS course.
                                                                                                      and ideas when designing the programme
                                                                                                      for the forthcoming year. Your comments,       In addition, we continue to offer a broad-

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                                                                                                      both positive and negative, are most           range of ‘standard’ one-day face-to-face
                                                                                                      welcome and please always feel free to let     courses, as well as our ever popular practical
                                                                                                      us know if there is something specific which   one-day courses. I am pleased to confirm
                                                                                                      you would like us to provide and we will do    that many of these courses will continue
                                                                                                      our best to accommodate your requests.         to be delivered by our small group of
    Exotics                                      Imaging                    Pathology                                                                internationally renowned external lecturers
                                                                                                      In this vein, we have designed a brand-new
                                                                                                                                                     including Gareth Arthurs, Jackie Demetriou,
                                                                                                      stream of innovative CPD provision aimed
                                                                                                                                                     Rob Foale, Andrew Parry, Chiara Penzo and
                                                                                                      at providing new graduates, career break
                                                                                                                                                     Stephen Shaw.

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                                                                                                      returners or those changing disciplines
                                                                                                      with the skills to take the next positive      Many of our courses are offered with
                                                                                                      steps in their career. We have called this     a 25% discount for early booking and
                                                                                                      exciting programme, “Stepping Stones –         you may book online via our website
                                                                                                      your next step towards clinical success”.      at nottingham.ac.uk/vet/cpd
    Poultry health                               Small animal               Stepping Stones           The CPD days will combine a mixture of         Alternatively, please contact one of
                                                                            Continuing Professional   lectures, small group teaching and practical   the CPD Education Centre team at
                                                                            Development (CPD)         elements, developed and delivered by our       veterinary-cpd@nottingham.ac.uk or

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                                                                                                      friendly in-house CPD team of experienced      on 0115 951 6647 to book your places.
                                                                                                      practitioners, CertAVP holders, as well as
                                                                                                                                                     I very much look forward to welcoming
                                                                                                      our recognised specialists. The teaching has
                                                                                                                                                     you to our CPD Education Centre in 2020.
                                                                                                      been designed to be highly applicable to
                                                                                                      first opinion practice, focussing on common
    Evidence-based Veterinary                    Veterinary Physiotherapy   2020 CPD Calendar         presentations, with tips and tricks to help
    Medicine                                                                                          you evolve as a competent and confident
                                                                                                      general practitioner.
                                                                                                      Our Veterinary Surgical Training Academy
                                                                                                      remains one of our flagship products. Within
                                                                                                      the Academy, our cornerstone two-day
                                                                                                      Veterinary Basic Surgical Skills Course
                                                                                                      (VBSS) runs twice a year from the Orchard      Professor Rob White
                                                                                                      Hotel and East Midlands Conference Centre,     BSc (Hons) BVetMed CertVA DSAS (Soft Tissue)
                                                                                                      Nottingham. This course consistently           DipECVS SFHEA FRCVS
                                                                                                      receives outstanding reviews for its content
                                                                                                      and learning experience, and as a result       Sub Dean for CPD
                                                                                                      continues to be recognised and supported       School of Veterinary Medicine and Science
                                                                                                      by the Royal College of Surgeons (England)     University of Nottingham
                                                                                                      – an achievement for which the Academy is
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Faculty Members

                                                            Gareth Arthurs
                                                            PGCertMedEd MA VetMB CertVR CertSAS DSAS (Orth) FHEA FRCVS

                                                            RCVS recognised specialist in small animal surgery (orthopaedics)
                                                            Gareth is experienced in all aspects of small animal orthopaedic
                                                            surgery and has been a recognised specialist since 2007. He works
                                                            as a consultant faculty orthopaedic surgeon at Dick White Referrals,
                                                            as a consultant with Veterinary Instrumentation and as Honorary
                                                            Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham School of
                                                            Veterinary Medicine and Science.

                                  Veterinary                Jackie Demetriou
                               Surgical Training            BVetMed CertSAS DipECVS FRCVS

                                  Academy
                                                            RCVS recognised specialist in small animal surgery (soft tissue)
                                                            EBVS® European specialist in small animal surgery
                                                            Jackie has been working as a specialist soft tissue surgeon since
                                                            2002, both in academia and for the past six years as Head of Soft
                                                            Tissue Surgery at Dick White Referrals. She has delivered CPD
                                                            nationally and internationally throughout her career to veterinary
                                                            students, interns, residents and general practitioners and has held
                                                            significant roles with the European College of Veterinary Surgeons,
                                                            both as exam committee member and currently as a board member.

                                                            Rob White
                                                            BSc BVetMed CertVA DSAS (Soft Tissue) DipECVS SFHEA FRCVS

                                                            RCVS recognised specialist in small animal surgery (soft tissue)
                                                            EBVS® European specialist in small animal surgery
                                                            Rob is well-recognised as one of the UK’s leading experts in soft
                                                            tissue surgery and has extensive experience in all aspects of small
                                                            animal surgery. He has been involved in the design and delivery
                                                            of veterinary CPD for the majority of his career and in 2002, was
                                                            awarded the BSAVA Simon Award for outstanding contributions to
                                                            both veterinary surgery and CPD. He was appointed as Professor
                                                            of Small Animal Veterinary Surgery within the School of Veterinary
                                                            Medicine and Science in July 2015.

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Veterinary Surgical Training Academy                                                                                                                                 Veterinary Surgical Training Academy

    Veterinary Basic Surgical Skills                                                                          Intermediate Gastrointestinal                          Intermediate Wound Closure
    Two-Day Residential Course                                                                                Tract Surgery                                          and Reconstructive Surgery
    Thursday 26 and Friday 27 March                     You will participate in a variety of practical        Monday 22 June                                         Wednesday 24 June
    Or                                                  training sessions during the VBSS course,
                                                                                                              Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine                   Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine
    Tuesday 20 and Wednesday 21 October                 including:
                                                                                                              and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD                     and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD
    Venue: Orchard Hotel and East Midlands               Safe handling of surgical instruments
                                                                                                              CPD hours: 8                                           CPD hours: 8
    Conference Centre, Nottingham NG7 2RJ
                                                         Laying and tying of safe surgical knots
                                                                                                              Fee: £755*                                             Fee: £905*
    CPD hours: 16
                                                         Tissue handling practice; skin, bowel
                                                                                                              Speaker: Rob White BSc (Hons) BVetMed                  Speakers: Jackie Demetriou BVetMed CertSAS
    Fee: £495                                             and bone
                                                                                                              CertVA DSAS (Soft Tissue) DipECVS                      DipECVS FRCVS
    Speakers: Gareth Arthurs PGCertMedEd                 Safe ligation of a vascular pedicle                 SFHEA FRCVS
                                                                                                                                                                     Rob White BSc (Hons) BVetMed CertVA DSAS
    MA VetMB CertVR CertSAS DSAS (Orth)                   (for example ovarian pedicle)
                                                                                                              This unique and comprehensive Veterinary               (Soft Tissue) DipECVS SFHEA FRCVS
    FHEA FRCVS
                                                         Orthopaedic instrumentation including               Surgical Training Academy’s intermediate
                                                                                                                                                                     This unique and comprehensive Veterinary
    Rob White BSc (Hons) BVetMed CertVA DSAS              depth gauges, drill guides, power tools etc.        level course covers the basic and intermediate
                                                                                                                                                                     Surgical Training Academy’s intermediate
    (Soft Tissue) DipECVS SFHEA FRCVS                                                                         techniques of suturing, instrument handling and
                                                         Orthopaedic implants including plates and                                                                  level course covers the basic and intermediate
                                                                                                              stapling when used to perform gastrointestinal
    We believe that our Veterinary Basic Surgical         screws, K-wires and orthopaedic wire                                                                       concepts and techniques of wound closure
                                                                                                              tract surgery in small animals. It is a practical
    Skills (VBSS) Course should be considered the                                                                                                                    and reconstructive surgery in small animals.
                                                         Principles of internal fixation including use       hands-on intensive one-day workshop covering
    cornerstone course for all surgical trainees                                                                                                                     It is a practical hands-on intensive one-
                                                          of screws (for example lag, positional and          the full range of commonly performed gastric
    and surgeons contemplating or currently                                                                                                                          day workshop covering the full range of
                                                          plate) and the use of plates (for example           and small and large bowel procedures. These
    undertaking advanced veterinary surgical                                                                                                                         fundamental commonly performed wound
                                                          compression, neutralisation and buttress)           are fundamental techniques that all general
    training. Our course is inspired by the BSS                                                                                                                      closure techniques. During the workshop each
                                                                                                              small animal surgeons should know and be
    Intercollegiate course offered and accredited       This course is suitable for all veterinary                                                                   technique will be explained and demonstrated
                                                                                                              proficient to perform confidently and safely.
    by the four Royal Surgical Colleges (RCPSG,         surgeons anticipating a career in surgery and                                                                before each delegate is able to carry out the
                                                                                                              During the workshop the techniques will be
    RCSEd, RCSEng, RCSI) of the UK and has              those contemplating or currently undertaking                                                                 procedure themselves under close supervision.
                                                                                                              explained and demonstrated before each
    recently been endorsed by the RCSEng. Over          advanced veterinary surgical training. This                                                                  You can expect to carry out all fundamental
                                                                                                              delegate is able to carry out the procedure
    two highly practical days, you will learn a range   includes individuals at the start of their surgical                                                          surgical wound closure techniques during the
                                                                                                              themselves under close supervision. You can
    of essential basic surgical skills and techniques   careers and those undertaking one of the                                                                     day with emphasis on how each procedure can
                                                                                                              expect to carry out numerous fundamental
    within a controlled learning environment. You       currently available certificate level surgical                                                               be performed in a reliable and safe manner.
                                                                                                              surgical procedures during the day with
    will be taught to perform these skills in ways      qualifications.
                                                                                                              emphasis on how each procedure can be                  *This course is priced at £805 for those who have attended
    that are effective and safe.                                                                                                                                     the Veterinary Basic Surgical Skills Course
                                                        Included in the course fee is one night’s             performed in a reliable and safe manner.
                                                        accommodation, breakfast and a three course           *This course is priced at £675 for those who have
                                                        evening meal. All refreshments and lunches are                                                               Kindly sponsored
                                                                                                              attended the Veterinary Basic Surgical Skills Course
                                                        included as is car parking, course notes and                                                                 by Veterinary
                                                        free Wi-Fi.                                                                                                  Instrumentation
                                                                                                              Kindly sponsored                                       and B Braun
                                                                                                              by Veterinary
                                                        Kindly sponsored                                      Instrumentation
                                                        by Veterinary
                                                        Instrumentation

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Veterinary Surgical Training Academy

    Introduction to Stifle Surgery                                                                                    Introduction to Hip Surgery
    Monday 14 September                                Practical exercises:                                          Tuesday 15 September
    Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine and              -   Performing a lateral stifle arthrotomy                  Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine
    Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD                                                                                    and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD
                                                          -   Identifying all the stifle intra-articular
    CPD hours: 8                                              structures including menisci                            CPD hours: 8
    Fee: £600 per day or £1000 for both Hip and           -   Meniscal surgery; what to do, when to                   Fee: £600 per day or £1000 for both Hip and
    Stifle Days*                                              do it and how to do it                                  Stifle Days*
    Speakers: Gareth Arthurs PGCertMedEd MA               -   Lateral fabella extra-capsular                          Speaker: Gareth Arthurs PGCertMedEd MA
    VetMB CertVR CertSAS DSAS (Orth) FHEA                     stabilisation for cranial cruciate                      VetMB CertVR CertSAS DSAS (Orth) FHEA
    FRCVS                                                     ligament rupture                                        FRCVS
    This highly practical one-day basic course            -   Tibial tuberosity transposition and                     This highly practical one-day basic course will
    will be dedicated to understanding and                    femoral trochlear sulcoplasty for                       be dedicated to understanding and performing
    performing the most commonly performed                    patellar luxation                                       the most commonly performed hip procedures.
    stifle procedures.
                                                      Delegates should have experience of basic                        Refresher of hip anatomy
    Topics to be covered include:                     orthopaedic surgery, and cases of cranial
                                                                                                                       Overview of techniques to stabilise the
                                                      cruciate ligament disease and patellar luxation.
     Refresher of stifle anatomy                                                                                       luxated hip with dedicated practical exercises
                                                      It is desirable to have some previous experience
     Refresher of how to diagnose common             of stifle surgery.                                               How to perform successful femoral head and
      conditions of the stifle eg cruciate disease,   *This course may be purchased as a two-day course for those       neck excision arthroplasty
      patellar luxation, osteochondrosis              who have attended the Veterinary Basic Surgical Skills Course
                                                                                                                       Practical exercises:
                                                      for £900
     Overview of techniques to manage cruciate
                                                                                                                          -   Surgical approach to the hip:
      disease and patella luxation with dedicated
                                                                                                                              getting it right
      practical exercises
                                                      Kindly sponsored                                                    -   Surgical technique to stabilise the
                                                      by Veterinary                                                           luxated hip
                                                      Instrumentation
                                                                                                                          -   Femoral head and neck excision
                                                                                                                              arthroplasty: getting it right
                                                                                                                      Delegates should have experience of basic
                                                                                                                      orthopaedic surgery, and it is desirable to have
                                                                                                                      some previous experience of hip surgery.
                                                                                                                      *This course may be purchased as a two-day course for those
                                                                                                                      who have attended the Veterinary Basic Surgical Skills Course
                                                                                                                      for £900

                                                                                                                      Kindly sponsored
                                                                                                                      by Veterinary
                                                                                                                      Instrumentation

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     Intermediate Elbow Orthopaedics                                                                                     Advanced Cranial Closing Wedge Tibial Plateau Levelling
     Monday 16 November                                 Learning objectives:                                             Osteotomy (CWO-TPLO)
     Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine                Understand elbow anatomy                                       Tuesday 17 November                               Learning objectives:
     and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD
                                                         Making the correct diagnosis of commonly                       Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine               Understand CWO-TPLO theory
     CPD hours: 8                                         occurring elbow orthopaedic conditions                         and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD
                                                                                                                                                                            How to perform the procedure safely
     Fee: £855*                                          How to safely perform a surgical approach                      CPD hours: 8
                                                                                                                                                                            How to critique post-operative radiographs,
                                                          to the medial and lateral elbow, how to place
     Speaker: Gareth Arthurs PGCertMedEd MA                                                                              Fee: £1,200*                                        and manage complications.
                                                          a transcondylar screw, and techniques for
     VetMB CertVR CertSAS DSAS (Orth) FHEA
                                                          stabilisation of a lateral humeral condyle                     Speaker: Gareth Arthurs PGCertMedEd               Delegates should have intermediate experience
     FRCVS
                                                          fracture                                                       MA VetMB CertVR CertSAS DSAS (Orth)               of orthopaedic surgery including familiarity
     This highly practical one-day intermediate                                                                          FHEA FRCVS                                        with making osteotomies and internal fixation
                                                        Delegates should have experience of basic
     course will be dedicated to understanding and                                                                                                                         of fractures. Delegates should be familiar
                                                        orthopaedic surgery, and managing cases of                       This highly practical one-day advanced
     performing the most commonly performed                                                                                                                                with stifle anatomy and surgical approach,
                                                        elbow dysplasia. It is desirable to have some                    course will be dedicated to understanding
     elbow procedures.                                                                                                                                                     performing an arthrotomy, inspecting and
                                                        previous experience of stifle surgery.                           and performing CWO-TPLO surgery.
                                                                                                                                                                           resecting meniscal lesions, etc. Delegates
     Topics to be covered:
                                                        Minimum requirements:                                            Topics to be covered:                             should also understand fixation techniques
      Refresher of elbow anatomy                                                                                                                                          including non-locking plates, compression
                                                         Previous experience of arthrotomies                             History and evolution of the TPLO technique
                                                                                                                                                                           and neutral screws, and locking plates.
      Refresher and discussion of how to diagnose
                                                         Good working knowledge and experience of                        Case selection
       common conditions of the elbow: elbow                                                                                                                               Minimum requirements:
                                                          locking and non-locking screws and plates
       dysplasia, medial coronoid process disease,                                                                        Pre-operative templating
                                                                                                                                                                            Experience of cruciate surgery
       humeral condylar fissure and fracture            *This course is priced at £755 for those who have attended the
                                                        Veterinary Basic Surgical Skills Course                           The CWO-TPLO surgical procedure including
                                                                                                                                                                            Experience of locking screws and plates
      Discussion of surgical techniques of the elbow                                                                      tricks and tips to make the operation as safe
       including implant options and selection                                                                             and repeatable as possible                       Experience of non-locking screws and plates

      Practical exercises:                                                                                               CWO-TPLO surgery will be performed on            Experience of pin and tension band technique
                                                                                                                           plastic and cadaver bones                       *This course is priced at £1100 for those who have attended
        -   Medial elbow arthrotomy and intra-
                                                                                                                                                                           the Veterinary Basic Surgical Skills Course
            articular inspection                                                                                          Managing post-operative complications
                                                        Kindly sponsored
        -   Medial approach to the humeral condyle      by Veterinary                                                     Post-operative radiographs; assessment
            for placement of a transcondylar screw      Instrumentation                                                    and critique                                    Kindly sponsored
        -   Lateral approach to the distal humerus      and PLH Medical Ltd                                                                                                by Veterinary
            for placement of a transcondylar screw                                                                                                                         Instrumentation
            and supracondylar plate                                                                                                                                        and PLH Medical Ltd

        -   Stabilisation of a lateral humeral
            condyle fracture

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     Advanced Toy Breed Orthopaedics: Thoracic Limb                                                        Advanced Toy Breed Orthopaedics: Pelvic Limb
     Monday 23 November                                  Learning objectives:                              Tuesday 24 November                                  Learning objectives:
     Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine                 Understand the challenges of orthopaedic        Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine                  Understand the challenges of orthopaedic
     and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD                    conditions of the thoracic limb of small        and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD                     conditions of the pelvic limb of small breed dogs
                                                           breed dogs
     CPD hours: 8                                                                                          CPD hours: 8                                          Management options for cruciate disease
                                                          A discussion of the current controversies in                                                           and patellar luxation, including concurrent, in
     Fee: £1200* or £2000 for both Toy Breed days                                                          Fee: £1200* or £2000 for both Toy Breed days
                                                           toy breed fracture management and options                                                              the toy breed stifle
     Speaker: Gareth Arthurs PGCertMedEd MA                for surgical management                         Speaker: Gareth Arthurs PGCertMedEd
                                                                                                                                                                 Management options for proximal tibial
     VetMB CertVR CertSAS DSAS (Orth) FHEA                                                                 MA VetMB CertVR CertSAS DSAS (Orth)
                                                          Experience of the range of mini implants                                                               fracture in the toy breed dog
     FRCVS                                                                                                 FHEA FRCVS
                                                           available for toy breeds
                                                                                                                                                                 Approach to the toy breed hip, femoral head
     This highly practical one-day advanced course                                                         This one-day advanced course will be focussed
                                                         This is not a course for beginners. Delegates                                                            and neck fractures and femoral head and
     will be dedicated to an in-depth discussion,                                                          on the challenges of orthopaedic conditions
                                                         should have a reasonable amount of                                                                       neck excision arthroplasty as a salvage
     review and practical exercises focussed on the                                                        of the pelvic limb of toy breed dogs. The day
                                                         experience of general orthopaedic surgery.
     challenges of orthopaedic conditions of the                                                           will use a number of different learning formats      This is not a course for beginners. Delegates
                                                         It is desirable to have some previous
     thoracic limb of toy breed dogs.                                                                      including some lectures, review sessions,            should have a reasonable experience of
                                                         experience of toy breed orthopaedics.
                                                                                                           discussion and practical exercises.                  general orthopaedic surgery. It is desirable to
     Topics to be covered:
                                                         Minimum requirements:                                                                                  have some previous experience of toy breed
                                                                                                           Topics to be covered:
      Challenges of chondrodystrophy, short                                                                                                                    orthopaedics.
                                                          Previous experience of antebrachial fractures
       ulna syndrome and antebrachial growth                                                                The challenges of patellar luxation and
                                                           in non-toy breeds                                                                                    Minimum requirements:
       deformities                                                                                           cruciate disease in toy breed dogs
                                                          Previous experience of humeral condyle                                                                Previous experience of stifle surgery
      Challenges of distal antebrachial fractures                                                          Proximal tibial fractures in toy breeds and
                                                           fractures in non-toy breeds                                                                            (including cruciate disease) and patella
                                                                                                             implant options
      Challenges of humeral condyle fractures                                                                                                                    luxation in non-toy breed dogs
                                                          Previous experience of osteotomies
                                                                                                            Femoral neck fractures in toy breed dogs and
      Practical exercises:                                                                                                                                      Previous experience of hip surgery in
                                                          Good working knowledge and experience of          femoral neck ischaemic necrosis / Legg-
                                                                                                                                                                  non-toy breeds
        -   Ulnar osteotomies for antebrachial             locking and non-locking screws and plates         Calve-Perthes disease
            growth deformities                                                                                                                                   Good working knowledge and experience of
                                                                                                            Salvage options of the toy breed hip including
                                                                                                                                                                  locking and non-locking screws and plates,
        -   Internal fixation of (distal) antebrachial   Kindly sponsored                                    hip replacement and femoral head excision
                                                                                                                                                                  K-wire and tension bands
            fractures and implant options                by Veterinary                                       arthroplasty
        -   Internal fixation of humeral condyle         Instrumentation                                   Practical exercises:
            fractures and implant options
                                                                                                            Surgery for patellar luxation and cruciate
                                                                                                             disease in toy breeds
                                                                                                                                                                Kindly sponsored
                                                                                                            Surgery for proximal tibial fractures in           by Veterinary
                                                                                                             toy breeds                                         Instrumentation
                                                                                                            Surgical approach to the hip, stabilisation of
                                                                                                             femoral neck fractures and excision arthroplasty

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Anatomy

                                                           Applied Musculoskeletal Anatomy                    Equine MSK Anatomy
                                                           of the Racing Greyhound                            and Function
                                                           Wednesday 5 August                                 Wednesday 12 August
                                                           Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine               Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine
                                                           and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD                 and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD
                                                           CPD hours: 8                                       CPD hours: 8
                                                           Fee: £255                                          Fee: £255
                                                           Speakers: Richard Payne MA VetMB DProf             Speakers: Richard Payne MA VetMB DProf
                                                           AdvCertVPhys CertClinEd HonFIRVAP FRSA             AdvCertVPhys CertClinEd HonFIRVAP FRSA
                                                           PAMPIPEM MRCVS                                     PAMPIPEM MRCVS
                                                           Erica Gummery PhD SFHEA                            Erica Gummery PhD SFHEA
                                                           This practical one-day hands-on course will        This practical one-day hands-on course
                                                           focus on linking anatomy, biochemistry and         will focus on linking anatomy, function,
                                                           exercise physiology with clinical conditions in    biochemistry and exercise physiology

                                                 Anatomy
                                                           greyhounds. The use of injury data analyses        in the horse. The course has interactive
                                                           to inform best practice will also be described.    tasks to explain the biomechanics and
                                                           The course has interactive tasks to explain the    anatomy. Delegates will be able to perform
                                                           biomechanics and anatomy. Delegates will also      an ultrasound examination of cadaveric
                                                           be able to view and handle museum specimens        horse limbs, followed by dissection. There
                                                           of key areas of the MSK system in order to         are also stations on museum specimens
                                                           strengthen their understanding of MSK function     of key areas of the MSK system in order
                                                           and disease. There will also be a session on the   to strengthen the understanding of
                                                           MSK examination of racing greyhounds.              MSK anatomy, function and disease.
                                                           This course is suitable for people with working/   This course is suitable for people
                                                           sport dog affiliations (eg greyhound trainers,     working with horses in a professional
                                                           dog agility members), physiotherapists,            capacity, eg physiotherapists, veterinary
                                                           veterinary physiotherapists, animal science        physiotherapists, animal science course
                                                           course educators/students, veterinary nurses,      educators/students, veterinary nurses,
                                                           veterinary surgeons and osteopaths.                veterinary surgeons and osteopaths.

                                                              25% discount                                       25% discount
                                                                 Take advantage of a 25% discount if                Take advantage of a 25% discount if
                                                                 you book before 28 February 2020                   you book before 28 February 2020

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Exotics

                                                           Husbandry, Medicine and                           Husbandry, Medicine
                                                           Surgery of the Pet Rabbit                         and Surgery of Ferrets,
                                                           Monday 14 September                               Guinea Pigs and Rodents
                                                           Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine              Wednesday 18 November
                                                           and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD                Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine
                                                           CPD hours: 8                                      and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD

                                                           Fee: £355                                         CPD hours: 8

                                                           Speaker: Craig Hunt BVetMed CertSAM               Fee: £355
                                                           DZooMed MRCVS                                     Speaker: Craig Hunt BVetMed CertSAM
                                                           This one-day lecture-based course will cover      DZooMed MRCVS
                                                           a broad range of aspects relating to rabbit       During the course, the unique anatomy and
                                                           ailments and clinical techniques commonly         physiology of these challenging patients
                                                           encountered in general practice. There will be    will be discussed. Restraint, collection and
                                                           opportunity to discuss real cases and delegates   interpretation of laboratory data, together with

                                                 Exotics
                                                           are welcome to bring case material to be          interpretation of imaging will be explained.
                                                           discussed on the day.                             Topics to be discussed include ferret endocrine
                                                                                                             disorders, rodent dentistry, hospitalisation,
                                                                                                             surgery and supportive care.

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                                                                 you book before 28 February 2020                  you book before 28 February 2020

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Imaging

                                                           Ultrasonography – Introductory Level

                                                           Introduction to Small                             Practical Small Animal
                                                           Animal Ultrasound                                 Echocardiography
                                                           Wednesday 8 July, Wednesday 11 November           – an Introduction
                                                           Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine              Wednesday 15 April, Wednesday 21 October
                                                           and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD                Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine
                                                           CPD hours: 8                                      and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD

                                                           Fee: £755                                         CPD hours: 8

                                                           Speaker: Gary England BVetMed PhD DVetMed         Fee: £755
                                                           CertVA DVR DipECAR DipACT PFHEA FRCVS             Speaker: Malcolm Cobb MA VetMB DVC PhD
                                                           This highly interactive and practical one-day     MBA FHEA MRCVS
                                                           course will focus on how to get the most out      This practical one-day course will focus on the
                                                           of ultrasound machines, and how to image          generation and interpretation of basic cardiac
                                                           the major abdominal organs and the heart.

                                                 Imaging
                                                                                                             ultrasound images in the dog. The course will
                                                           Presentations on each body system will            provide an overview of the equipment and
                                                           consider imaging techniques, normal findings      facilities needed and cover the techniques
                                                           and a brief overview of common pathological       used in the generation and interpretation of
                                                           changes. These are followed by practical          right parasternal, long axis and short axis
                                                           scanning sessions supported by experienced        echocardiographic images. The delegates
                                                           tutors. Delegates will have the chance to use a   will enjoy the opportunity to carry out
                                                           range of ultrasound machines and get plenty       echocardiography in the School of Veterinary
                                                           of opportunity to practice their technique on     Medicine and Science’s teaching laboratory
                                                           live dogs.                                        with a significant proportion of the time
                                                                                                             dedicated to practical echocardiography.

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                                                                 you book before 28 February 2019                  you book before 28 February 2020

                                                              Kindly sponsored                                  Kindly sponsored
                                                              by IMV Imaging                                    by IMV Imaging

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Imaging                                                                                                                                                                                          Imaging

     Ultrasound – Intermediate Level                                                                     Radiology
     Intermediate Small Animal Abdominal Ultrasound                                                      Understanding Thoracic and Abdominal Radiology
     Thursday 4 June and Friday 5 June                 The course will include:                          Wednesday 25 November                              Learning objectives:
     (two-day course)
                                                        Review of ultrasound machine settings to        Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine                How x-rays are formed, how they interact
     Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine                optimise image                                  and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD                   with the patient to produce an image
     and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD
                                                        Obtaining diagnostic images of abdominal        CPD Hours: 8                                        How to stay safe in the x-ray and CT rooms
     CPD Hours: 16                                       structures (liver, spleen, stomach, small
                                                                                                         Fee: £355                                           How to interpret abdominal and thoracic
                                                         intestine, large intestine, kidneys, bladder,
     Fee: £1,350                                                                                                                                              x-ray cases
                                                         pancreas, adrenals, lymph nodes)                Speakers: Andrew Parry MA VetMB CertVDI
     Speakers: Richard Ewers BSc BVSc CertVR                                                             DipECVDI MRCVS                                      Which cases are good candidates for
                                                        Appreciating the appearance of common
     PGCHE DMS MRCVS                                                                                                                                          abdominal or thoracic CT
                                                         pathological changes in abdominal structures    This course is designed for those veterinary
     Andrew Parry MA VetMB CertVDI DipECVDI              with ultrasonography                            surgeons in general practice who wish to get to    This course is designed for general
     MRCVS                                                                                               grips with the basics of radiographic diagnostic   practitioners and advanced practitioners
                                                        Principles of ultrasound-guided sampling
                                                                                                         interpretation. It will encompass basic physics    in general practice that would like to
     This highly interactive and practical two-day       (including practice with simulators)
                                                                                                         and image production, and how this pertains        refresh their thoracic and abdominal x-ray
     course will focus on how to get the most out of
                                                                                                         to modern day computed and digital imaging         imaging. Candidates for the course should
     an abdominal ultrasound examination (including
                                                                                                         options. A discussion of which cases would         be interested diagnostic imaging, wishing to
     small abdominal structures). Presentations
                                                                                                         best be sent for CT of the thorax or abdomen       gain extra tips on how to perform thoracic
     on each body system will consider imaging
                                                                                                         will also be included.                             and abdominal radiography as well as
     techniques, normal findings and common
                                                                                                                                                            interpreting obtained radiographs.
     pathological changes. These are followed                                                            There will be a discussion of the factors in
     by practical scanning sessions supported by                                                         performing radiography to improve image
     experienced tutors. Delegates will have the                                                         quality and help to produce the most
     chance to use a range of ultrasound machines                                                        informative and diagnostic radiographs safely,
     and get plenty of opportunity to practice their                                                     including an overview of UK safety guidelines.
     technique on a live dogs.
                                                                                                         The course will be interactive with workshops
                                                                                                         aimed at improving radiological interpretation
                                                                                                         and boosting delegate confidence.
                                                                                                         Topics to be covered:
                                                          25% discount                                    Image production: the pros and cons of              25% discount
                                                                                                           digital radiography and how it compares to
                                                             Take advantage of a 25% discount if           film screen radiography                                Take advantage of a 25% discount if
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                                                                                                          Improving image quality with minimum
                                                                                                           effort, and how to stay safe

                                                          Kindly sponsored                                Basic interpretation of radiographic anatomy,
                                                          by IMV Imaging                                   in normality and disease
                                                                                                          Appropriate use of CT and limitations for the
                                                                                                           thorax and abdomen

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Pathology

     Pathology
     Animal Examination and Sampling Procedures                                                            Presentation of Expert Veterinary Evidence
     in Veterinary Welfare and Forensic Cases                                                              in Welfare and Forensic Cases
     Thursday 10 September                              Cascading guidance, applicable to any animal       Friday 11 September                                  Cascading guidance, applicable to any animal
                                                        species and type of investigation, this course                                                          species and type of investigation, this course
     Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine                                                                  Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine
                                                        will provide information on:                                                                            will provide information on:
     and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD                                                                    and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD
                                                         Clinical examinations of living animals and                                                            Writing an expert report: what is required
     CPD Hours: 8                                                                                          CPD Hours: 8
                                                          post-mortem examinations of dead animals                                                                and what is not
     Fee: £355                                            to forensic standards                            Fee: £355
                                                                                                                                                                 Giving oral evidence in Court: good practice,
     Speakers: Winsome Eu DVM DACVP MRCVS                How the identification, duration and             Speakers: David Martin BVSc MRCVS                      pitfalls, tips and techniques
                                                          significance of animal suffering is determined
     David Martin BVSc MRCVS                                                                               Samantha Pickles PhD MCSFS                            Joint expert meetings: holding successful
                                                         The collection of biological evidence, the                                                              discussions and preparing reports
     Samantha Pickles PhD MCSFS                                                                            In the second of two unique courses, this session
                                                          tests available, and how to submit such
                                                                                                           will provide comprehensive Courtroom training        Upon completion of this course,
     This bespoke course unifies veterinary medicine      material
                                                                                                           to support the investigation of animal welfare       delegates will be able to:
     with forensic methods to provide a robust
                                                         How the documentation (in written and            and abuse cases.
     framework to support the examination of                                                                                                                     Produce a Court compliant expert witness
                                                          photographic form) should be undertaken
     animals, both alive and dead, in welfare and                                                          Detailing the veterinary role from eye-witness         report for Prosecution and Defence teams
                                                          during animal examinations
     abuse cases. Regardless of the condition of                                                           to expert witness, this course will deliver
                                                                                                                                                                 Confidently engage in expert meetings and
     the animal, the documentation and recovery         Upon completion of this course,                    guidance on how to accurately and effectively
                                                                                                                                                                  produce joint statements
     of evidence remain the same, although the          delegates will be able to:                         present evidence in both written and oral form.
     role of the veterinary professional varies.                                                           Supported by guest speakers, the differing            Successfully prepare to give expert
                                                         Scientifically determine and record the
                                                                                                           instructions and requirements of various legal         testimony in Court.
     With a focus on exploring the issues surrounding     mechanisms and durations of suffering
                                                                                                           teams, will be explained.
     suffering, the course will detail how to record                                                                                                            This course is suitable for those currently
                                                         Recover biological evidence and submit
     and communicate this important concept for                                                            In addition, the challenging topic of joint expert   involved with or interested in, animal welfare
                                                          it for appropriate forensic testing whilst
     legal work. In addition, guest speakers will                                                          meetings will be discussed, alongside the            investigations. Applicable to veterinary
                                                          maintaining a secure chain of custody
     deliver unique training, including forensic                                                           opportunity to critique reports previously           surgeons, nurses, pathologists and technicians.
     photography and the sampling of both human          Effectively use photography and correctly        used in criminal cases.
     and animal DNA, in cases of cruelty and abuse.       handle digital material.
     By cascading forensic standards to the             This course is suitable for those currently
     veterinary community for the first time,           involved with or interested in, animal welfare
     Court compliant procedures will be ensured         investigations. Applicable to veterinary
     during every step of an investigation.             surgeons, nurses, pathologists and technicians.

     Kindly sponsored by Forensic Access                                                                   Kindly sponsored by Forensic Access
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Poultry health

                                                           Back Yard Poultry
                                                           Wednesday 28 October
                                                           Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine
                                                           and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD
                                                           CPD Hours: 8
                                                           Fee: £355
                                                           Speakers: Mike Clark MA VetMB MBA MRCVS
                                                           Alex McDaniel BVMedSci (Hons) BVMBVS
                                                           MRCVS
                                                           Now that chickens are the fourth most common
                                                           pet in the UK it’s perhaps time to ensure you

                                                 Poultry
                                                           are back yard poultry ready. This one-day
                                                           poultry course will be led by two poultry vets
                                                           with experience in private poultry practice, the

                                                 health
                                                           pharmaceutical industry and undergraduate/
                                                           postgraduate teaching. If small flocks of hens
                                                           are the only food producing animals you
                                                           see in your companion animal practice you
                                                           will appreciate this course covering not only
                                                           endemic poultry diseases seen in back yard
                                                           flocks, but also how to spot the two Notifiable
                                                           Diseases of poultry and poultry diseases
                                                           with public health significance. Therapeutics
                                                           for small poultry flocks can be daunting but
                                                           this course will delve into the treatment and
                                                           prevention options available to the clinician.
                                                           In the practical session performing a clinical
                                                           examination and a post-mortem examination
                                                           will be taught. Following on from that, sampling
                                                           techniques and further laboratory testing
                                                           appropriate to backyard poultry will be covered.

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                                                                 Take advantage of a 25% discount if
                                                                 you book before 28 February 2020

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Small animal

                                                          Practical Endoscopy                                  Learning objectives:

                                                          Wednesday 20 and Thursday 21 May                      The basic principles of endoscopy and how
                                                          (two-day course)                                       to select the most appropriate endoscopic
                                                                                                                 equipment for intestinal, respiratory and
                                                          Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine                   urinary tract endoscopy
                                                          and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD
                                                                                                                The manipulation and direction of both rigid
                                                          CPD hours: 16                                          and flexible endoscopes in vivo
                                                          Fee: £1800                                            The technique for obtaining endoscopic
                                                          Speakers: Mark Dunning MA Vet MB PhD                   biopsies and endoscopic foreign body removal
                                                          CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS                             Be proficient in the J-manoeuvre
                                                          Rob White BSc (Hons) BVetMed CertVA DSAS              Be proficient in negotiating the pylorus
                                                          (Soft Tissue) DiplECVS SFHEA FRCVS
                                                                                                               This course is designed for veterinary surgeons
                                                          This practical two-day hands-on course will          with all levels of experience. It will provide

                                                 Small
                                                          focus on the techniques of both flexible and rigid   invaluable experience for those who are new
                                                          endoscopy in the dog. The course will provide an     to endoscopy and those veterinary surgeons
                                                          overview of selecting and handling endoscopes        wanting to gain further experience with using

                                                 animal
                                                          and cover the techniques used in endoscopy           endoscopes and refining their technique. The
                                                          of the upper and lower intestinal tract, the         course would also be of value to those veterinary
                                                          respiratory tract and lower urinary tract. The       surgeons undertaking further professional
                                                          delegates will enjoy the opportunity to perform      qualifications in small animal medicine.
                                                          endoscopy in the School of Veterinary Medicine
                                                          and Science’s wet lab and enjoy extensive
                                                          hands-on opportunities over the two days.
                                                                                                                  25% discount
                                                          Topics to be covered include:
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                                                           Upper intestinal endoscopy (including
                                                                                                                     you book before 28 February 2020
                                                            acquiring biopsies and foreign body removal)
                                                           Lower intestinal endoscopy (including ileal
                                                            entry)
                                                                                                               Kindly sponsored by Vesco
                                                           Upper respiratory tract endoscopy (including
                                                            foreign body removal)
                                                           Lower respiratory tract endoscopy (including
                                                            endoscopic BAL and foreign body removal)
                                                           Lower urogenital tract in the bitch

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Small animal                                                                                                                                                                                 Small animal

     A Surgical Tour of the Abdomen                      Medicine Made Simple – A                          A Practical Guide to Sarcomas                      Wound Reconstruction –
     Monday 1 June                                       Case-Based Approach for                           and Carcinomas in Dogs                             from Simple Skin Tension
     Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine                Primary Care Practitioners                        Tuesday 6 October                                  Management to More
     and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD                  Thursday 9 July,                                  Venue: East Midlands Conference Centre,            Advanced Flap Techniques
     CPD hours: 8                                                                                          Beeston Lane, Nottingham NG7 2RJ                   Wednesday 7 October
                                                         Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine
     Fee: £355                                           and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD                CPD hours: 8                                       Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine
     Speakers: Rob White BSc (Hons) BVetMed              Monday 7 September                                Fee: £355                                          and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD
     CertVA DSAS (Soft Tissue) DiplECVS SFHEA            Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine and                                                             CPD hours: 8
                                                                                                           Speaker: Chiara Penzo DVM Dip ECVIM-CA
     FRCVS                                               Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD                    (Oncology) MRCVS                                   Fee: £355
     The exploratory coeliotomy is a commonly            Tuesday 24 November                               This course is a practical guide for the           Speakers: Jackie Demetriou BVetMed CertSAS
     performed operation in veterinary practice. It                                                        general practitioner to the correct diagnosis      DipECVS FRCVS
     should be regarded as an opportunity to examine     Venue: East Midlands Conference Centre,
                                                                                                           and management of the most frequently
     the entire abdominal cavity, and surgeons           Beeston Lane, Nottingham NG7 2RJ
                                                                                                           diagnosed sarcomas and carcinomas in dogs.         Wound tension and the need for reconstruction
     should avoid the temptation to treat only the       CPD hours: 8                                                                                         is a problem that is faced daily in veterinary
                                                                                                           The participants will learn through interactive
     obvious lesion prior to closure of the peritoneal                                                                                                        practice. This course will discuss the principles
                                                                                                           discussion of clinical cases how prognosis
     cavity. It is also important to biopsy relevant     Fee: £355 per day
                                                                                                           for patients suffering from these malignant        of wound tension and its management. Using
     viscera both in cases with obvious lesions and      Speaker: Mark Dunning MA VetMB PhD                                                                   a combination of these surgical principles,
                                                                                                           cancers is affected by clinical stage, and how
     in those showing no apparent pathology. The         CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS                                                                            delegates will be taught ways to close wounds
                                                                                                           promptly appropriate therapy is instituted, and
     lectures will provide an overview of normal                                                                                                              under both moderate and severe tension.
                                                                                                           what therapy is chosen. Multiple treatment
     surgical abdominal anatomy in both the dog and      These three courses will discuss cases
                                                                                                           options will be discussed for each neoplastic      The lectures will be informative yet based on
     cat. Video presentations will be used to show       commonly encountered in primary care
                                                                                                           condition, with emphasis on clinical stage, cost   actual clinical cases with step-by-step photos
     techniques that can be used to biopsy all of        practice including weight loss, lethargy and
                                                                                                           of treatment, prognosis and palliative care.       on how to perform each surgery.
     the major abdominal viscera. Practical tips and     exercise intolerance, respiratory disease,
     tricks for performing a successful exploratory      intestinal disease, PUPD and endocrine disease.
     coeliotomy will be stressed. In addition,           The format of each day’s course is similar,
     lectures and video presentations will also cover    with each one offering different case studies
     some common surgical procedures such as             covering relevant medical conditions and
     gastrotomy, enterotomy and enterectomy. There       themes making attendance at all three courses        25% discount                                       25% discount
     will be an opportunity to practice some of these    an attractive option. The courses are designed
     techniques in the dry lab setting.                  to help the delegates better understand how             Take advantage of a 25% discount if                Take advantage of a 25% discount if
                                                         to approach a variety of medicine cases and             you book before 28 February 2020                   you book before 28 February 2020
                                                         decide on the most effective and up-to-date
                                                         treatment options. At the end of the course,
                                                         delegates should no longer consider such
                                                         cases challenging!

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Small animal                                                                                                                                                                               Small animal

     Challenging GI Cases –                         Medical and Surgical Oncology                     Small Animal Dermatology –                            A Practical Guide to
     A Problem Solving Approach                     Tuesday 3 November                                New Products and Treatments                           Canine Lymphomas and
     Wednesday 14 October                           Venue: East Midlands Conference Centre,           Tuesday 10 November                                   Mast Cell Tumours
                                                    Beeston Lane, Nottingham NG7 2RJ                                                                        Thursday 12 November
     Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine                                                             Venue: East Midlands Conference Centre,
     and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD             CPD hours: 8                                      Beeston Lane, Nottingham NG7 2RJ                      Venue: East Midlands Conference Centre,
     CPD hours: 8                                   Fee: £355                                         CPD hours: 8                                          Beeston Lane, Nottingham NG7 2RJ

     Fee: £355                                      Speakers: Chiara Penzo DVM Dip ECVIM-CA           Fee: £355                                             CPD hours: 8
                                                    (Oncology) MRCVS                                                                                        Fee: £355
     Speaker: Rob Foale BSc BVetMed DSAM                                                              Speaker: Kate Griffiths BVSc CertVD PGDip
     DipECVIM-CA FRCVS                              Rob White BSc (Hons) BVetMed CertVA DSAS          (MedED) MRCVS                                         Speakers: Chiara Penzo DVM Dip ECVIM-CA
                                                    (Soft Tissue) DipECVS SFHEA FRCVS                                                                       (Oncology) MRCVS
     This course will provide delegates with a                                                        Stephen Shaw BVetMed CertSAD DVD PhD
     practical case-based approach to those         This one-day face-to-face course is aimed at      MRCVS                                                 This course is a practical guide for the general
     more difficult cases of acute and chronic      general practitioners who have an interest in     The course aims to bring delegates up-to-date         practitioner to the correct diagnosis and
     gastrointestinal disease. A systematical       surgical and medical oncology. The course         with the new therapeutic options available            management of two very frequently diagnosed
     protocol for diagnostic work-up will be        will provide relevant and practical information   for managing a range of common skin and               cancers. The diagnosis of lymphoma and mast
     demonstrated, and will include how to use      on the clinical management of small animal        ear conditions. The number of new products            cell tumours are also a frequent reason why
     the nuances of history and clinical signs to   oncology cases seen in general practice. The      and drugs used in dermatology has increased           specialist advice or referral is sought.
     help guide you, as well as what diagnostic     course will cover basic principles including      markedly in the last few years, and their potential
     tests are appropriate and when to use them.    the best way of obtaining a diagnosis and                                                               The course delegates will receive a practical
                                                                                                      for individual and combined use makes deciding
                                                    oncological staging, through to treatment                                                               overview of the diagnostic tests and clinical
                                                                                                      between these, and the safe replacement of
                                                    options for commonly identified cancers in                                                              staging for both cancers. Indications
                                                                                                      older products, difficult. We will therefore
                                                    the dog and cat. The aim of the course will                                                             for multimodal therapy and details of
                                                                                                      discuss how to get the best from the newer
                                                    be to enhance clinical skills and knowledge                                                             chemotherapy protocols will be provided and
                                                                                                      products and also discuss updated treatment
                                                    and improve delegate’s confidence when                                                                  discussed. The day will include interactive
                                                                                                      protocols for more established products.
                                                    dealing with what can be both mentally and                                                              discussion of clinical cases to enhance the
                                                    emotionally challenging cases.                                                                          learning experience.

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Small animal

     Neurology in Small Animals –                       A Practical Guide to Cat Cancers
     How to Cope when the Owners                        Thursday 10 December
     Can’t Afford Referral                              Venue: East Midlands Conference Centre,
     Friday 13 November                                 Beeston Lane, Nottingham NG7 2RJ

     Venue: Dovecote Veterinary Hospital, Castle        CPD hours: 8
     Donington DE74 2LJ                                 Fee: £355
     CPD hours: 8                                       Speakers: Chiara Penzo DVM PhD DipECVIM-
     Fee: £355                                          CA(Oncology) MRCVS

     Speaker: Mark Lowrie MA VetMB MVM                  This course, for the general practitioner, is a
     DipECVN MRCVS                                      practical guide to the correct diagnosis and
                                                        management of the most frequent cancers in
     Mike Targett MA VetMB PhD DECVN MRCVS              cats. The course will be taught using interactive
     Neurological cases in first opinion practice       discussion of clinical cases. Subject matter
     can appear quite intimidating, especially when     will include the role of the clinical stage in a
     referral is not an option for practical reasons.   patient’s prognosis, the general and specific
                                                        options for therapy, and the importance of
     This course will consider small animal             prompt diagnosis and management of affected
     neurological patients from the standpoint of       cases. For each neoplasm and clinical stage,
     a first opinion clinician. An understanding of     multiple treatment options will be discussed,
     basic neuroanatomy will be used to explain what    including both palliative options and those to
     can be achieved in general practice in terms of    suit the expectations and budget of the client.
     presumptive and definitive diagnoses for the
     more common presentations. The course will
     then progress to discuss the rational approach
     to treatment in cases where advanced imaging
     such as MRI is not available.

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Stepping Stones                                                                                                                                                                         Stepping Stones

     Stepping Stones CPD – Your Next
     Step Towards Clinical Success
     We are excited to launch our new, innovative        Meet the Stepping Stones Team…                Lumps, Holes and                                        It’s Right There in Front of you...
     CPD programme ‘Stepping Stones’. Aimed
     to develop new graduates to the next step in
                                                         Louise Corah BSc BVMedSci BVMBVS              Haemorrhage… How to Improve                             Dealing with Dermatology and
                                                         MRCVS AFHEA PhD
     their career, or as a refresher after a career                                                    your Soft Tissue Surgical Skills                        Ophthalmology in Practice
     break or even changing disciplines. The CPD         Thomas Hackney BVSc PGCert MRCVS
     days will combine a mixture of lectures,                                                          Wednesday 6 May                                         Tuesday 16 June
                                                         Lindsey Harland BVetMed CertAVP MRCVS
     small group teaching and practical elements,                                                      Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine                    Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine
     developed and delivered by our friendly in-         Lucy Hughes MA Vet GPCert (Ophthal)           and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD                      and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD
     house CPD team of experienced practitioners,        CertAVP MRCVS
     CertAVP holders, as well as recognised                                                            CPD Hours: 8                                            CPD Hours: 8
                                                         Peter Graham BVNS CertVR PhD DipECVCP
     specialists. The days are designed to be highly                                                   Fee: £300                                               Fee: £300
                                                         MRCVS
     applicable to first opinion practice, focussing
     on common presentations, with tips and              Alyson Quieros BVSc CertAVP (Veterinary       This day combines practical sessions and                If you dread skin and eye cases, this day is
     tricks to help you evolve as a competent and        Dermatology) MRCVS                            lectures focussing on:                                  for you! Focussing on a logical approach to
     confident general practitioner. We hope to                                                                                                                common conditions, practical tips, and
                                                         Stephanie Richardson MA BVetMed CertAVP        Surgical approach to lumps in practice
     deliver a series of fun, interactive and relevant                                                                                                         building confidence.
                                                         MRCVS                                          Practical cytology, is your FNA diagnostic?
     CPD like you’ve never experienced before.                                                                                                                 Dermatology:
                                                         Rob White BSc BVetMed CertVA DSAS              Practical tension relieving techniques
                                                         (Soft Tissue) DipECVS SFHEA FRCVS                                                                      Itchy dog but no fleas, what next?
                                                                                                        Wound management
                                                                                                                                                                Ears – a week of drops hasn’t fixed it,
                                                                                                        Building confidence for bitch speys                     what now?!
                                                                                                         – both big and small
                                                                                                                                                                Making the most of cytology in practice,
                                                                                                                                                                 it’s not as awful as you think...
                                                                                                                                                                Case-based approach to common skin
                                                                                                                                                                 problems
     Wednesday                                                 Tuesday                                                                                         Ophthalmology:
       6 May                                                    14 July
                                           Tuesday                                        Thursday                                                              Improving your ophthalmic exam
                                           16 June                                        13 August                                                             Which tests to do when
                                                                                                          25% discount
                                                                                                                                                                Practical approach to eye ulcers
                    1                                                     3                                  Take advantage of a 25% discount if
                                                                                                                                                                Case-based approach to common eye problems
                                                                                                             you book before 28 February 2020
                                                     2                                             4
                                                                                                                                                                  25% discount
                                                                                                                                                                      Take advantage of a 25% discount if
                                                                                                                                                                      you book before 28 February 2020

                                                                                                       All Stepping Stones courses take place at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Sutton Bonington
                                                                                                       Campus. Early booking is advised. Each course is priced at £300; however, a 25% discount applies
       School of Veterinary Medicine and Science
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Stepping Stones

     To Cut or Not to Cut? – That is                    GFAST Saves Lives! ECC
     the Question! Decision Making                      Techniques in Practice
     in GI Cases                                        Thursday 13 August
     Tuesday 14 July                                    Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine
                                                        and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD
     Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine
     and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD                 CPD Hours: 8
     CPD Hours: 8                                       Fee: £300
     Fee: £300                                          This course will develop your skills in
                                                        emergency and critical care, helping to
     Rarely a day goes by without seeing a vomiting
                                                        reduce your stress when dealing with
     dog or an animal with diarrhoea. This course
                                                        emergency cases in practice.
     aims to develop your decision making abilities
     and build your confidence in assessing              What is GFAST and how can it help you in
     these cases.                                         practice? A hands-on session
      Initial approach to vomiting and diarrhoea        Approach to the collapsed/dyspnoeic patient
      Is it medical or surgical?                        Approach to a seizuring dog-initial
                                                          stabilisation
      Interpretation of abdominal imaging
                                                         Clinical skills for the emergency and critical
      Are your bloods helpful?
                                                          care patient
      Introduction to intestinal surgical techniques
      Video of an exploratory laparotomy
      End-to-end anastomoses practical                    25% discount
                                                              Take advantage of a 25% discount if
                                                              you book before 28 February 2020
        25% discount
            Take advantage of a 25% discount if
            you book before 28 February 2020

     All Stepping Stones courses take place at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Sutton Bonington
     Campus. Early booking is advised. Each course is priced at £300; however, a 25% discount applies
     for bookings received by 28 February 2020.

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Veterinary Medicine                                                                                                                                                                     Veterinary Medicine

     Evidence-based Veterinary Medicine
     Using an Evidence-based Approach in your Practice                                                        Component 2: How do I find and appraise              Component 3: How do I apply the
                                                                                                              the evidence?                                        evidence-based veterinary medicine
     Monday 24 February 2020                             Component 1: What is evidence-based                                                                       approach to my practice?
                                                         veterinary medicine and why is it important?         In order to practice evidence-based veterinary
     Venue: School of Veterinary Medicine                                                                     medicine, we need to be able to find, understand     In this component, the application of evidence
     and Science, Loughborough LE12 5RD                  This is designed as an introductory session to       and appraise the evidence that is available to       into practice is the focus, starting with what a
                                                         give delegates an overview of what evidence-         us. This part of the course gives a very practical   clinical audit is and how you can conduct one in
     CPD Hours: 65
                                                         based veterinary medicine is and why it is           approach to finding and appraising evidence,         practice. This also involves measuring the impact
     Fee: £699 for Veterinary Surgeons, £399 for         important. Delegates will be able to complete        and will provide the skills needed to answer         of any changes made in the workplace. This
     Veterinary Nurses                                   a self-assessment exercise to determine              real-world, clinical questions relevant to daily     part of the course is focused on how delegates
                                                         their knowledge prior to starting the course.        veterinary work. The knowledge and skills gained     can apply some of the principles and skills of
     Speakers: Marnie Brennan BSc (VB) BVMS PhD
                                                         Delegates will be able to use the knowledge          will serve delegates throughout their whole          evidence-based veterinary medicine in their
     PGCHE DipECVPH (PM) FHEA MRCVS
                                                         gained in the course to think about how the          careers and can be taken back to the workplace       workplace – it is about making evidence-based
     Make the most of this fantastic opportunity to      principles of evidence-based veterinary              and shared with others. This component of the        veterinary medicine a practical reality. This can
     understand what evidence-based veterinary           medicine can be integrated into their own            course will be a 2 day in person workshop and        be one of the most challenging, yet satisfying,
     medicine is, how you can achieve it practically,    environment, with support from course tutors.        will ensure the evidence-based approach is both      aspects of evidence-based veterinary medicine
     and apply it across all aspects of your work.       The course will be a combination of directed         achievable and time efficient.                       as it is about changing the way we, and our
     This training has three distinct components and     online learning, with a real-time online tutorial.                                                        colleagues, do something or introduce something
     will be delivered through a flexible mixture of                                                          Anticipated time commitments:
                                                         Anticipated time commitments:                                                                             new. This is vital if we are to improve patient care
     online tutorials, distance learning and in person                                                         Preparatory work – 3 hrs                           and job satisfaction. This component will be a
     workshops with excellent guidance and support        Directed online learning – 10 hrs                                                                       mixture of directed online learning, using pre-
     provided throughout. You also get free online                                                             In-person 2-day workshop – 14 hrs
                                                          Online tutorial – 1.5 hrs                                                                               prepared resources by the CEVM team, as well
     access to the library at Nottingham for the                                                               Completion of delegate task – 15 hrs               as a real-time online tutorial.
     duration of the course.                              Completion of delegate task – 2 hrs
                                                                                                                                                                   Anticipated time commitments:
     The three components of the course are:
                                                                                                                                                                    Directed online learning – 15 hrs
     1. What is evidence-based veterinary medicine
        and why is it important?                                                                                                                                    Online tutorial – 1.5 hrs

     2. How do I find and appraise the evidence?                                                                                                                    Completion of delegate task – 3 hrs

     3. How do I successfully apply the evidence-
        based veterinary medicine approach to
        my practice?

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