|Date:||Sat 24th Mar 2018 - Sun 25th Mar 2018|
|Venue:||Dierenkliniek Venhei, near Antwerp|
|Location:||Northern Belgium (Eindhoven or Brussels Airport)|
|Course Language:||English (with Flemish & French Moderation)|
|Price: (net price, no tax will be added)*||
|Early Booking Deadline:||Sunday 11th February 2018|
|Registration Deadline:||Friday 23rd February 2018|
* VAT (= MWST/MOMS/SALES TAX) will only be added for certain UK vets attending courses abroad and for all attendees when attending courses in the UK.
This two-day course is designed to provide small animal clinicians with up to date essential theory, and practical skills, to confidently manage a multitude of common medical emergencies seen in practice. The course starts by using real life clinical cases to discuss the diagnosis and management of common medical emergencies. A ‘hands-on’ practical session on the second day will enable delegates to practice essential emergency medical techniques on cadavers in a relaxed learning environment. The practical sessions will provide delegates with a unique opportunity to develop skills, which are otherwise rarely offered.
On the first day the following topics will be covered in lecture format using real life clinical case examples:
Discussions will be encouraged during the dedicated question times, with speakers sharing their successes and failures in order to maximise the learning experience for all attending veterinarians. Day 1 will conclude with an optional course dinner, which will give delegates the opportunity to get to know each other and to spend more time with the speakers.
On the second day, with intermittent pre wet lab lectures explaining the procedures, the 5 1/2 -hour practical session will give delegates the opportunity to put theory into practice on cadaver specimens and to ask questions all under the supervision of the course tutors. The following topics will be covered during the practical sessions:
European Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine; RCVS Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine
After qualification, Nick worked in primary care practice, before undertaking a Small Animal Medicine and Oncology Residency at the University of Cambridge. He obtained the RCVS Diploma (DSAM) and the European Diploma in Small Animal Medicine (DipECVIM-CA) in 2006. Following this he completed a PhD then became a clinician in internal medicine and oncology. Nick was a Clinical Associate Professor in Small Animal Medicine and Oncology at University of Nottingham between December 2013 and October 2017. He was Chair of the BSAVA Congress Programme Committee and also co-author of the BSAVA Guide to Procedures in Small Animal Practice. Nick lectures widely in the UK and abroad in all areas of small animal internal medicine and emergency medicine.Full details
European Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine
Paul graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2006. Following this he worked for four years in small animal practice in Somerset. During this time he developed a strong interest in internal medicine and achieved the RCVS certificate in Small Animal Medicine (CertSAM). In 2010 Paul moved to the University of Bristol to undertake a residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine and Critical Care. He was awarded Diplomate status at the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 2014 and is a recognised European Specialist in this area. Paul has a strong interest in haematological disorders and emergency medicine although he enjoys all aspects of internal medicine.Full details