Specialist-led ECC CPD roadshow to tour the UK throughout 2020

Animal Health

Leading OOH emergency and critical care providers, Vets Now, will be hosting local emergency CPD events in nine towns and cities across the UK throughout 2020 – following a successful tour last year.

The multi-topic programme, which will offer vets and vet nurses six hours of CPD, will cover the most popular and current topics in ECC such as damage control resuscitation and the trauma patient and the OOH GDV.

“Experts offer vets and vet nurses bitesize emergency and critical care CPD“

RCVS-recognised specialists in ECC, Dan Lewis and Tobias Grave, are among the speakers to return to the 2020 Bitesize ECC roadshow following a successful 2019 programme, where more than 500 vets and vet nurses attended.

Dan Lewis, Vets Now’s National Clinical ECC Lead, who devised this year’s veterinary programme alongside Arlene Connor, Vets Now’s Head of Clinical Operations (Hospitals) and Racheal Marshall, Head of Clinical Nursing said: “At Vets Now, we have the largest emergency caseload in Europe therefore we’re well placed to share best practice with the profession to enable vets and vet nurses to feel confident when dealing with emergency cases. With that in mind, we are committed to bringing relevant and up-to-date CPD and training to veterinary professionals throughout the UK.

“In addition to our internationally-renowned annual ECC UK Congress, which will be held in November 2020, it’s important to be able to make additional CPD available at easily accessible regional locations throughout the UK.”

Locations: The 2020 bitesize roadshow will visit:

Sheffield: 11th March

Maidstone: 25th March

Bristol: 22nd April

Milton Keynes: 13th May

Basingstoke: 20th May

Dundee: 10th June

Belfast: 24th June

Liverpool: 23rd September

Durham: 7th October

The events are priced at £75+VAT per person if you work for a Vets Now partner practice and £150+VAT if you do not. Places can be booked at the Vets Now website.

The CPD programme is being sponsored by TVM UK Animal Health, Woodley Equipment Company, Boehringer and DMS. TVM is providing a speaker to cover a stream on neurotoxins and their effects.

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