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Vet Webinars

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Veterinary Webinars with The Vet Service


Providing you with the most flexible and cost effective continuing education possible.


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Experts in the Vet Industry.

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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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Upcoming Veterinary Webinars

Canine Acute Pancreatitis

A practical Guide to diagnosis, treatment and management of pancreatitis in dogs.

SPEAKER:
Professor Edward J. Hall MA, Vet MB, PhD, DipECVIM-CA, FRCVS

LIVE DATE:
Tuesday 10th Dec 2019 - 8pm GMT

LENGTH:
1 hour + Q&A

COST:
£30 + VAT or currency equivalent

1.5 hours CPD | VCI Registered - 1.5 CVE points

Ed Hall is Emeritus Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine. Having recently retired from the University of Bristol, he is now employed by Langford Vets, to take internal medicine referrals of dogs and cats.  A Cambridge graduate, he undertook postgraduate clinical and research training in Philadelphia and Liverpool, and is a Diplomate of the ECVIM-CA and a Past President of the BSAVA. He is currently the only RCVS Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Medicine (Gastroenterology).

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A Rational Approach to Feline Heart Murmurs

A practical discussion of heart murmurs in cats, how to decide which cases might need further diagnostics and which diagnostic tests to consider.

SPEAKER:
Dr Kieran Borgeat BSc BVSc MVetMed CertVC MRCVS DipACVIM DipECVIM-CA (Cardiology)

Clinical Lead in Cardiology, Langford Vets

LIVE DATE:
Wednesday 15th Jan 2020 - 8pm GMT

LENGTH:
1 hour + Q&A

COST:
£30 + VAT or currency equivalent

1 hour CPD | VCI Registered - 1 CVE point

Kieran worked in general practice for 6-years after graduation, where he became interested in cardiology and gained an initial post-graduate qualification in the subject. In 2011, he undertook a cardiology residency and Masters degree at the Royal Veterinary College in London. He is an American and European college Diplomate in Cardiology, and an RCVS Recognised Specialist in the subject. He works as Clinical Lead in Cardiology at Langford Vets, University of Bristol, where he treats all species and works alongside two other Diplomates and two residents in training. Alongside a busy cardiovascular interventional caseload in dogs and horses, he works with the feline centre to treat cats with heart disease. He has published widely on a variety of topics, but has a particular passion for feline cardiomyopathy and congenital heart disease. He had the privilege of speaking all over the world to help vets learn more about cardiology, and is supported at home by his incredibly patient wife and four children - as well as a troublesome cat called Boris (in no way related to the current UK Prime Minister).

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Webinar Series -1- Working in the UK when you come from abroad

A practical Guide to working in the UK and Ireland

SPEAKER:
Andreia Dias MRCVS DVM MSc ISFMAdvCertFB

LIVE DATE:
Tuesday 14th Jan 2020 - 8.30pm GMT

LENGTH:
1 hour + Q&A

COST:
£20 + VAT or currency equivalent

1 hour CPD | VCI Registered - 1 CVE points

Andreia Dias graduated as a vet at the end of 2014 from the University of Lisbon. She started her veterinary career in 2015 in the UK. Since then, she has undertaken a rotating internship at Glasgow University, worked as a small animal locum in and around Glasgow, Ayrshire and Portugal, where she is also involved with the profession. Back in 2017, she developed UK VetMove, a project aimed at helping overseas vets successfully create a life and career in the United Kingdom by providing them support and training systems. Andreia was one of the three finalists of the first edition of the BVA Young Vet of The Year Award 2019.

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Webinar Series -2- Challenges of Working in the UK as an overseas vet

Dealing with Professional, client and clinical demands - and where to find support.

SPEAKER:
Andreia Dias MRCVS DVM MSc ISFMAdvCertFB

LIVE DATE:
Tuesday 21st Jan 2020 - 8.30pm GMT

LENGTH:
1 hour + Q&A

COST:
£20 + VAT or currency equivalent

1 hour CPD | VCI REgistered - 1 CVE Point

Andreia Dias graduated as a vet at the end of 2014 from the University of Lisbon. She started her veterinary career in 2015 in the UK. Since then, she has undertaken a rotating internship at Glasgow University, worked as a small animal locum in and around Glasgow, Ayrshire and Portugal, where she is also involved with the profession. Back in 2017, she developed UK VetMove, a project aimed at helping overseas vets successfully create a life and career in the United Kingdom by providing them support and training systems. Andreia was one of the three finalists of the first edition of the BVA Young Vet of The Year Award 2019.

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Webinar Series -3- How to go from beginner to pro as an overseas vet

Initial challenges, boosting your performance and achieving your career and life goals.

SPEAKER:
Andreia Dias MRCVS DVM MSc ISFMAdvCertFB

LIVE DATE:
Tuesday 28th Jan 2020 - 8.30pm GMT

LENGTH:
1 hour + Q&A

COST:
£20 + VAT or currency equivalent

1 hour CPD | VCI Registered - 1 CVE points

Andreia Dias graduated as a vet at the end of 2014 from the University of Lisbon. She started her veterinary career in 2015 in the UK. Since then, she has undertaken a rotating internship at Glasgow University, worked as a small animal locum in and around Glasgow, Ayrshire and Portugal, where she is also involved with the profession. Back in 2017, she developed UK VetMove, a project aimed at helping overseas vets successfully create a life and career in the United Kingdom by providing them support and training systems. Andreia was one of the three finalists of the first edition of the BVA Young Vet of The Year Award 2019.

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Webinar Series -4- Working in the UK / Ireland - How to get the job and get started?

Work contracts, What to expect in pay and benefits, Visas, Logistics, Geography and finding your perfect job.

SPEAKER:
Ed Taylor BVMS MRCVS 

Director - The Vet Service

LIVE DATE:
Tuesday 21st Jan 2020 - 8.30pm GMT

LENGTH:
1 hour + Q&A

COST:
£20 + VAT or currency equivalent

1 hour CPD | VCI REgistered - 1 CVE Point

Ed graduated from the University Of Glasgow Veterinary School in 2012 and has seen clinical practice across the UK, N.Ireland and the U.S.A. He launched The Vet Service in late 2015. The Vet Service now offers a combined digital and direct personalised service to 1000's of vets and practices worldwide offering only the top job contracts, Webinar CPD and Financial Protection.

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“I have always struggled to find CPD content which is actually relevant and engages me - I did feel that I learned something and I will certainly be logging in again .”

RACHAEL – Veterinary Surgeon