Where to Study in the UK to Become a Vet

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So, you want to be a vet? Not sure where to start, how to become a vet, what qualifications you need, and where you should study to become a vet? If you’re starting your journey, you might not know where to look for help. Hopefully, our guide below will help you discover where you can study to become a vet … Read More

Farm Animal – ‘The A-Z of Johne’s disease in cattle’- Mr Keith Cutler BSc BVSc DipECBHM MRCVS

‘The A-Z of Johne’s disease in cattle’ This webinar will address the current situation regarding the control of Johne’s Disease, it’s epidemiology, diagnostics, control and perhaps some crystal ball gazing. ’SPEAKER: Mr Keith Cutler BSc BVSc DipECBHM MRCVS Synergy Farm Health Available to Upgraded Members only Available On Demand Now To Get Your Certificate please watch until the end of the … Read More

Small Animal – ‘Haematology-evaluating in-house haematology and blood smear examination’- Dr Kostas Papasouliotis DVM PhD DipECVCP MRCVS

‘Haematology-evaluating in-house haematology and blood smear examination’ This webinar will present a question-based, structured approach for the collection of clinically important information; it will focus on the evaluation of numerical results generated by the in-clinic analyser in conjunction with the findings of the blood smear examination.  ’SPEAKER: Dr Kostas Papasouliotis DVM PhD DipECVCP MRCVS Available to Upgraded Members only Live … Read More

Small Animal – “Principles and tips for in-house Cytology’’- Dr Kostas Papasouliotis DVM PhD DipECVCP MRCVS

“Principles and tips for in-house Cytology” This webinar will focus on the cytological examination of material aspirated  from cutaneous lumps & bumps; tips for optimising the quality of the prepared smears, performing a methodical microscopic examination and taking photographs of suspicious cells for a second opinion will be discussed using clinical cases. ’SPEAKER: Dr Kostas Papasouliotis DVM PhD DipECVCP MRCVS … Read More

Farm Animal- ‘On Farm Post Mortem of Ruminants’- James Barnett BSc(Hons) BVSc MRCVS

‘On Farm Post Mortem of Ruminants’ination ‘In this webinar, we will cover the when, where, what and how to carry out a post mortem examination on farm, lesions seen with some common disease presentations and how to use ancillary testing to reach a diagnosis without blowing the budget’.  ’SPEAKER: James Barnett BSc(Hons) BVSc MRCVS Available to Upgraded Members only Live … Read More

Small Animal – ‘Feline hyperthyroidism – are you up to date?’ – Angie Hibbert BVSc CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS

‘Feline hyperthyroidism – are you up to date?’ This webinar will cover the latest research findings and practical updates, to help you know that you are managing your hyperthyroid patients with current clinical information. The various treatment options will be discussed, including information about radioactive iodine therapy, along with practical tips to help manage the condition effectively with medical treatment, … Read More

FARM Animal – “Strategic Supplementation: Improving herd performance at weaning” – Dr Patrick F O’Neill MVB MRCVS Dip MS

‘Strategic Supplementation: Improving herd performance at weaning’ Weaning stress and transportation can have negative effects on the immune system. At weaning, calves enter unfamiliar environments and groups, and DMI can vary significantly, depriving their immune systems of the trace minerals needed for growth and immunity. Thus, even weanlings fed nutritionally adequate diets could become sub-clinically trace mineral deficient which may … Read More

‘Hot Dogs Cool Clinics – PUO – Pyrexia of Unknown Origin’ – Dr Kate Murphy BVSc(Hons) DSAM, DipECVIM-CA FRCVS PGCert(HE) European Veterinary Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine and RCVS Specialist in Small Animal

‘Hot Dogs Cool Clinics – PUO – Pyrexia of Unknown Origin’ Pyrexia of unknown origin is a common presentation in small animal clinics. This webinar will focus on defining what cases should be classed as “PUO” and then will discuss the differentials and how to take a practical “staged” approach to the investigation as these cases can be expensive and … Read More

Small Animal – Feline Triaditis – Danièlle Gunn-Moore BSc(Hon), BVM&S, PhD, MANZCVS, FHEA, FRSB, FRCVS, RCVS Specialist in Feline Medicine, Professor of Feline Medicine

Small Animal – Feline Triaditis This lecture will investigate the complex interplay between inflammatory bowel disease, pancreatitis, and cholangitis in the cat. With the help of a clinical case or two, we will investigate why feline anatomy and physiology predisposes cats to develop these three conditions. We will consider why so many cases of anorexia, diarrhoea and or vomiting in … Read More

EVBA Series – ‘Working for yourself – Self employed locuming’ – What is it, how do you do it and why? – Ed Taylor BVMS MRCVS

FREE – EVBA Series – ‘Working for yourself – Self employed locuming’ What is it, how do you do it and why? SPEAKER: Ed Taylor BVMS MRCVS Available to Basic and Upgraded Members To Get Your Certificate please watch until the end of the webinar and the “Get Your Certificate” Section will pop up below the video. Enter your appropriate email … Read More