Events

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Puppy Party Seminar

27th June 2017 from 7.00pm

Bedworth, Warwickshire

This CPD session will discuss and cover the aims of puppy parties, including setting up and advance preparation, promoting, and running puppy parties. This CPD has been accredited by AMTRA and awards 14 SQP points.

£20 BVNA Members                             £25 Non-BVNA Members

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Responsible Raw; Safety Through Education

3rd July 2017 from 7.00pm

North Wales - Holywell

This presentation will cover educating veterinary staff on how raw feeding can be safe as well as complete and balanced for dogs and cats.

We will include a discussion on bones and how when used appropriately can be safe and beneficial. 

£18 BVNA Members                  £25 Non-BVNA Members

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Pain Management And Scoring

5th July 2017 from 6.45pm

Norwich - Norfolk

This CPD session will provide an overview of acute pain management in patients within the practice, focusing on the peri-operative period. Attendees will gain an understanding of the importance of pain recognition and the application of pain scoring in practice. Explanations focus on the types of veterinary licensed medication available for acute pain management and in which situations each is most appropriate. 

£20 BVNA Members        £25 Non-BVNA Members

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Gold Standard In Weight Clinic Consultations

6th July 2017 from 7.00pm

Hadlow College, Kent

This CPD session will be interactive and hands on with case work up. Discussions around overcoming compliance issues and breaking the news 'Your pet is overweight!'. With some maths and calorie calculations.....so bring your calculator!

£8 BVNA Members          £15 Non-BVNA Members

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Responsible Raw Feeding

11th July 2017 from 7.00pm

Bedworth, Warwickshire

This CPD session aims to:

  • Introduce the concept of 'responsible raw'
  • Address common concerns from within the veterinary field
  • Discuss how veterinary staff can advise their clients about safe practice when raw feeding
  • Demonstrate the benefits of raw feeding with evidence based medicine and case studies
  • Give confidence to veterinary nurses about giving fair, non-confrontational advice about raw feeding 

£20 BVNA members         £25 Non-BVNA members