CPD Events

Veterinary CPD Courses and Events 

CPD courses for vets covering a variety of veterinary disciplines.  Our lecture suite is supported by fully equipped practical rooms where some techniques can be practised and refined under the supervision of the CPD tutor. Many are tutored by Eastcott Veterinary Referral staff but our facilities are also available to hire. If you are interested in holding a CPD event using our facilities please contact us using the enquiry form. Please note that all of our CPD prices are exclusive of VAT.

Please view the 'Past CPD Events' if there are no upcoming CPD Events listed. If you are interested in a course when it is next run, please follow the 'Email me if you are running another CPD event like this one' link.

5 events 
Lameness in young dogs is a common presentation. This interactive webinar will guide delegates through the approach to juvenile lameness, with plenty of examples and cases to illustrate the common types of problems we see.
Added on 27 April 2020 | Updated on 27 April 2020
Date: 4 Jun 2020
Time: 15:00 to: 16:00
Laparoscopic neutering is the most commonly performed "keyhole surgery" in the UK.
Added on 29 April 2020 | Updated on 14 May 2020
To get the best results in dogs and cats with fractures we need to have a systematic approach to assessing our patients and their injuries. This webinar will take delegates step by step through the process of assessing fractures and how to make a plan for their treatment
Added on 27 April 2020 | Updated on 27 April 2020
Date: 2 Jul 2020
Time: 15:00 to: 16:00
Neuromuscular blocking agents (NMBA) are commonly used for ophthalmic surgeries but a specific understanding of their pharmacology and monitoring is required in order to use them safely.
Added on 29 April 2020 | Updated on 22 May 2020
Jaw fractures are a common sequel to serious skull trauma in cats. They are often complex and both diagnosis and fixation present significant challenges. Part 1 of this two part presentation looks at the incidence and common patterns of maxillary and mandibular fracture and then reviews two common techniques of fracture stabilisation using dental composite and wire. A question and answer session will follow the webinar.
Added on 27 April 2020 | Updated on 14 May 2020
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