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Veterinary Webinars with The Vet Service


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Webinars can be attended at the live recording or purchased and accessed continuously following the time of the webinar. However, attending live gives the opportunity for an interactive question and answer session.


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Just some of our upcoming Veterinary Webinars

May Webinars

YOUNG VET NETWORK - Stronger communication with Clients - Language and Listening

SPEAKER:
Karl Bovenizer MVB Executive Coach & Vet

LIVE DATE:
Wednesday 28th May 2020 - 8pm GMT

LENGTH:
1 hour + Q&A

1 hour CPD/CE | VCI Registered - 1 CVE point

I've been a working vet for 28 years, starting in mixed practice and then small. I've also owned my own practice so I know the headaches and  the sleepless nights worrying about the VAT bill. 
I have been coaching for 10 years and now do it full time. A qualified NLP practitioner, hypnotherapist and CiQ coach, I am currently half way through a masters degree in Executive coaching. 
I believe we all have the resources to be the best we can be with the right guide. An understanding of how the mind works along with Communication and language are the cornerstones of the work I do.
WATCH LIVE on 28.5.2020 8pm GMT

Have an idea for a webinar?

If you have a topic you'd like us to cover, contact us today!

SPEAKER:
We have a large range of global experts on our webinar platform.

LIVE DATE:
Our webinars usually go live in the evenings, so that you can watch and ask questions directly on the night.

LENGTH:
Most of our webinars are 1 hour + Q&A

1 hour CPD/CE | VCI Registered - 1 CVE point

Our webinars allow you to gain 1 hour CPD/CE | VCI Registered - 1 CVE point

If you'd like any more information on our webinars, or our membership options, contact [email protected] today. You can also contact us with any topic requests and we will try our best to accomodate these!

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June Webinars

SMALL Animal - 'Getting the most out of your ophthalmic examination?'

Everyone in veterinary practice has an ophthalmoscope yet few people really make best use of it. Here we will look at how to get the most out of your ophthalmoscope, what to look for in the eye, how to find it and what to make of it when you have found it!

SPEAKER:
Dr David L Williams MA MEd VetMD PhD DECAWBM(AW) CertVOphthal CertWEL FHEA FRSB FRCVS

Associate lecturer in Veterinary Ophthalmology, University of Cambridge

LIVE DATE:
Tuesday 9th June 2020 - 8pm GMT

LENGTH:
50 mins + Q&A (1 hour)

1 hour CPD/CE | VCI Registered - 1 CVE point

David Williams qualified from Cambridge Veterinary School in 1988 knowing that he wanted to devote his professional life to veterinary ophthalmology, yet while keeping an interest in exotic animals, animal welfare and veterinary ethics. After a residency at the Animal Health Trust, a PhD at the Royal Veterinary College and some time in general practice he returned to Cambridge where he runs the ophthalmology service as well as keeping his interest in ethics, doing a doctorate in education on the best ways of teaching ethics to vet students. He has written widely in ophthalmology and lectured nationally and internationally. He is just beginning training to be a licensed lay minister in the church of England just to ensure he makes full use of his spare time!

Coming Soon to Watch Live 9.6.20

Have an idea for a webinar?

If you have a topic you'd like us to cover, contact us today!

SPEAKER:
We have a large range of global experts on our webinar platform.

LIVE DATE:
Our webinars usually go live in the evenings, so that you can watch and ask questions directly on the night.

LENGTH:
Most of our webinars are 1 hour + Q&A

 

Our webinars allow you to gain 1 hour CPD/CE | VCI Registered - 1 CVE point

If you'd like any more information on our webinars, or our membership options, contact [email protected] today. You can also contact us with any topic requests and we will try our best to accomodate these!

Click Here to Check Out Memberships

July Webinars

LARGE Animal - Mastitis - QuarterPRO initiative

QuarterPRO initiative for improved control of mastitis in dairy herds: Predict the pattern, React with Resources & Optimise ongoing mastitis control'

Launching at Dairy Tech, QuarterPRO is a new initiative that aims to help you achieve continuous improvement in mastitis control and udder health on farm leading to more saleable milk, higher milk quality, improved cow welfare and less antibiotic use.

Join us for this special webinar to introduce vets to the QuarterPRO scheme and practical solutions to mastitis control using resources based on your clients current mastitis “pattern”.

Please download the following free software prior to the webinar:

1. CDL converter tool

2. Mastitis Pattern Analysis Tool

http://dairy.ahdb.org.uk/mastitis-pattern-tool/

And ensure you have access to your client’s milk recording organisation data and have downloaded a CDL file on the day.

SPEAKER:
James Breen BVSc PhD DCHP MRCVS

Recognised Specialist in Cattle Health and Production, Associate Professor, Nottingham Veterinary School.

LIVE DATE:
Thursday 30th April 2020 - 8pm GMT

LENGTH:
50 mins + Q&A (1 hour)

 

1 hour CPD/CE | VCI Registered - 1 CVE point

James qualified as a veterinary surgeon from the University of Bristol in 1998 and after a
short spell of locum work, joined Prof. Martin Green at the Orchard Veterinary Group,
Glastonbury, working with companion and farm animals as a veterinary assistant. He
returned to Langford in 2001 to take up a residency in Farm Animal Medicine under the
tutelage of Mr Islwyn Thomas FRCVS, developing his interests in dairy cow medicine and
surgery as well as teaching veterinary undergraduate students. He later joined Prof Andrew
Bradley and Prof Green on a national dairy cow mastitis research project and was involved
in the development of the national AHDB Dairy Mastitis Control Plan. He subsequently
completed a three-year RCVS Trust residency in Production Animal Medicine, dividing his
time between dairy practice, teaching, consultancy and research. He currently holds a
position as an Associate Professor at the Nottingham Veterinary School, remains in farm
practice at Glastonbury in Somerset and works as a veterinary consultant with the Evidence
Group, providing advice to the supply chain as well as referral to farmers and veterinary
surgeons.
He holds the RCVS Certificate in Cattle Health and Production (2003) and the RCVS
Diploma in Cattle Health and Production (2008) and was awarded a PhD for studies into cow
risk factors for clinical mastitis and increased somatic cell count. He is an RCVS-recognised
Specialist in Cattle Health and Production.

Rescheduled TBC

SMALL Animal - Otitis

A practical guide to diagnosis & treatment

SPEAKER:
Kathryn Cuddy MVB Cert AVP(VD) MRCVS

SKinVet Ireland

LIVE DATE:
Thurs 7th July 2020 8pm GMT.

LENGTH:
50 mins + 10 mins Q&A

 

1 hour CPD/CE | VCI Registered - 1 CVE point

Kathryn graduated from University College Dublin in 2011. She spent four years working in small animal practice in the UK before returning home to Ireland in 2015. Kathryn has always had a special interest in veterinary dermatology, and began further study in dermatology with the University of Liverpool in 2013. In 2016, she achieved her certificate in advanced veterinary practice in veterinary dermatology from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Kathryn is an active member of the European Society of Veterinary Dermatology and the British Veterinary Dermatology Study Group. In 2016, Kathryn established Skinvet Ireland, a dedicated dermatology referral clinic for pets in Ireland, based in Midleton, Co. Cork. She also travels to Veterinary Specialists Ireland for a monthly dermatology clinic.

Coming Soon to Watch Live Thurs 7th July 2020 8pm GMT

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