PROGRAMME

The comprehensive two day CPD programme features four streams designed for the entire veterinary team, plus a range of specialist workshops.

All workshops are FREE to attend for VetsNorth ticket holders. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Wednesday
2018-06-20
Small Animal Medicine
Small Animal Surgery
Nursing
Workshops
Demo Stage/Exhibition
Thursday
2018-06-21
Small Animal Medicine
Small Animal Surgery
Practice Management
Workshops
Demo Stage/Exhibition
Small Animal Medicine
Small Animal Surgery
Nursing
Workshops
Demo Stage/Exhibition
Small Animal Medicine
Small Animal Surgery
Practice Management
Workshops
Demo Stage/Exhibition
09:00
Open to delegates
09:00
Registration
09:00
Registration
09:00
Registration
09:00
Registration
09:00
Registration
09:30
Anaesthesia – Anaesthetic premedication in dogs and cats – an overview

Emma Love

09:30
Feline Medicine – Ocular Emergencies

David Williams

09:30
Repairing the ruptured cruciate in first opinion practice – what’s the best option?

Charlie Sale

09:30
Dentistry – Engaging your clients (and your team) in the importance of Dental Care

Bob Partridge

10:15
Comfort Break
10:15
Comfort Break
10:15
Comfort Break
10:15
Comfort Break
10:30
Feline Medicine – TB in cats – is it an issue?

Danielle Gunn-Moore

10:30
The surgical approach to the emergency respiratory patient

Paul Aldridge

10:30
Anaesthesia – Anaesthetising the senior dog and cat – a plan for success

Emma Love

11:15
Morning Coffee
11:15
iM3 Dental
11:15
Morning Coffee
11:15
Morning Coffee
11:15
Morning Coffee
12:00
Blood transfusions in practice – what can we do?

Helen Rooney

12:00
Feline Medicine – Irritable bowel disease – is it being overlooked?

Aarti Kathrani

12:00
Winning techniques for surgical dental extractions

Bob Partridge

12:00
Neurology

Look at the eyes – the approach to various presenting conditions

Pip Boydell

12:45
The investigation and management of hyperadrenocorticism in dogs and cats

Mike Herrtage

12:45
Exhibition demo 2
12:45
Lunch
12:45
Nursing the trauma patient – what’s important

Paul Aldridge

12:45
Lunch
13:30
Lunch
13:30
Lunch
13:45
Exhibition demo 2 (repeat)
13:45
Post Graduate Certification

What options are available?

Juliet Pope

13:45
Feline Surgery – Surgical treatment of feline injection-associated sarcoma (FISS)

John Hall

14:30
Lymphoma in companion animals – the diagnostic and prognostic revolution

Fiona Gosling

14:30
How Do I deal with Neurologic Cases on a Limited Budget?

Pip Boydell

14:30
Avoiding multi-resistant bugs in small animal practice

Clare Roberts

14:30
Feline Surgery – Dealing with common joint conditions

Charlie Sale

15:15
Afternoon Tea
15:15
Afternoon Tea
15:15
Exhibition demo 3
15:15
Afternoon Tea
15:15
Afternoon Tea
16:00
Ophthalmology – What are you seeing and what can you do about it – a case-based tour through ophthalmology

David Williams

16:00
Dealing with shock in your patient

Helen Rooney

16:00
Thyroidectomy – still a valid treatment?

John Hall

16:00
Platelet Therapy in Veterinary Medicine

Stephen Barabas

16:45
Expert panel in the exhibition
16:45
Expert panel in the exhibition
16:45
Expert panel in the exhibition
16:45
Expert panel in the exhibition
09:00
Registration
09:00
Registration
09:00
Registration
09:00
Registration
09:30
Abdominal Medicine – Vomiting and its management

Ed Hall

09:30
Performing the perfect TECA procedure

Jon Hall

09:30
Practice Management – The value of Pet Health Clubs in small animal practice

Alan Robinson

09:30
E.cuniculi – the real facts

Molly Varga

10:15
Comfort Break
10:15
Comfort Break
10:15
Comfort Break
10:15
Comfort Break
10:30
Basic surgical techniques in birds

Neil Forbes

10:30
Exotics – Case based session

Topic to be defined

Molly Varga

10:30
Practice Management – Getting the most out of social media for your practice

Marcelo Alves

10:30
Abdominal Medicine – Chronic diarrhoea – making a diagnosis in practice

Ed Hall

11:15
Morning Coffee
11:15
Morning Coffee
11:15
Morning Coffee
11:15
Morning Coffee
11:15
Exhibition demo 1
12:00
Eyelid surgery – When and what to cut!

David Williams

12:00
Mindfulness – Creating a happy, high-performing team

Carolyne Crowe

12:00
Abdominal Medicine – Applications for Alicam in the diagnosis of gastrointestinal disease in the dog

David Sewell

Sponsored by Alicam

12:45
Using behavioural observation to measure acute pain in small animals
12:45
Lunch
12:45
Lunch
12:45
Top Tips for Practice – Avoiding certification blunders in practice

Carl Padgett

12:45
Exhibition demo 2
12:45
Lunch
13:30
Lunch
13:45
Mindfulness – Thriving under the stressors of practice

Carolyne Crowe

13:45
Abdominal Surgery – Surgical treatment of ureteric obstruction

Jon Hall

13:45
Exhibition demo 2 (repeat)
14:30
Masterclass in using behavioural observation to measure chronic pain in small animals
14:30
Abdominal Surgery – Latest thinking on gastropexy in the dog

Rachel Burrow

14:30
Top Tips for Practice – Recruiting and retaining the right staff

Geoff Little

14:30
What can the eye tell you in cases of systemic disease?

David Williams

15:15
Afternoon Tea
15:15
Afternoon Tea
15:15
Afternoon Tea
15:15
Exhibition demo 3
16:00
Top Tips for Practice – Better client communication

Geoff Little

16:00
Abdominal Surgery – Introducing the laparoscopic spay in your practice

Alistair Hotson-Moore

16:00
Case challenges in gastroenterology

Ed Hall

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