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Short Courses - Nurses



Anaesthesia


Anaesthetic Machine and Monitoring Equipment
28-09-2017 - Swindon

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The anaesthetic machine is an essential tool for inhalation anaesthesia. A good working knowledge of both the machine and breathing circuit is essential to ensure the safety of the patient. This course will cover the different types of machines available and will review available breathing circuits. The range of monitoring equipment in veterinary practice has increased significantly over the last few years and the latest thinking on this topic will be presented.

Key Learning Objectives:
  • Understand the anaesthetic machine
  • Know how anaesthetic breathing circuits work and how to choose them
  • Understand the use of low flow anaesthesia with circle circuits
  • Be able to fill in the anaesthetic record correctly
  • Have an overview from basic through to advanced monitoring
  • Understand equipment - how it works and what to choose
  • Be able to anticipate potential problems and avoid pitfalls
  • Adopt minimal monitoring in ‘general practice’
  • Have an overview of ventilators and artificial ventilation





Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Pre-anaesthetic Assessment and Pre-medication. Intravenous and Inhalant Anaesthetics
29-09-2017 - Swindon

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This course will cover how to assess the patient before anaesthesia and the different drugs available for pre-medication. General anaesthesia may be induced by injectable drugs or inhalational agents. These will be reviewed along with methods of maintaining anaesthesia.

Key Learning Objectives:
  • The role of pre-anaesthetic assessment
  • Understand the reasons and ways to use pre-medication and sedation
  • Have an overview of injectable anaesthetics
  • Have an overview of the inhalation anaesthetics
  • Be able to review the principles and practical use of the newer agents






Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Accidents and Emergencies Details
09-01-2018 - Swindon

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The causes of cardiopulmonary arrest (CPA) will be covered as will how to recognise ‘at risk’ patients. The aim of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is to support ventilation and circulation until natural functions can be restored and maintained. Equipment and resources needed for CPR will be included and a step-by-step ‘how’ to’ guide.

Key Learning Objectives:
  • Be able to identify common complications in anaesthesia
  • Know the causes, identify and the treatment of arrest
  • A practical step-by-step guide as to how to manage an arrest, basic CPCR, ventilation and artificial circulation




Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Anaesthesia of Equine and Exotics Species
10-01-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

There are naturally some important differences when planning anaesthesia in both equine and exotic species. This module will cover the different drugs and techniques available for both the horse and also common ‘exotic’ species.

Key Learning Objectives:
  • Have an overview of equine anaesthesia: the horse as an anaesthetic candidate
  • Understand drugs and anaesthetic techniques including monitoring and complications in equine anaesthesia
  • Know of special considerations, techniques and advice for anaesthesia in other species including: birds, reptiles, ferrets, rabbits and other small mammals 
  • Have an awareness of some considerations specific to farm animal anaesthesia




Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Fluid Therapy in the Perioperative Period. Nutrition in Critical Care
06-03-2018 - Swindon

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Fluid therapy is often seen as complicated by both nurses and vets. This module aims to demystify the subject and explain the reasons why every nurse should understand the basics of fluid balance, fluid therapy and fluid administration. How to calculate fluid requirements, rates of administration and monitoring techniques will be covered. Nutritional support for the anaesthetised patient will also be included.

Key Learning Objectives:
  • Know about the types and uses of different fluids, including colloids, HBOCS
  • Be able to devise a fluid therapy plan and monitor patients
  • Understand the principles of transfusion medicine
  • The importance of nutrition in the critical patient




Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Analgesia and Pain Assessment
07-03-2018 - Swindon

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This course will cover the pathophysiology of pain and how to recognise and assess pain in the different species.The different types of drugs available for analgesia will be reviewed for short, medium and long term use. The concept of pre-emptive analgesia will be covered along with multi-modal analgesia.

Key Learning Objectives:
  • Have an overview of the pathophysiology of pain
  • Recognise pain in different species
  • Have an understanding of pain scoring
  • Understand the many analgesia options, including opioids, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents, local anaesthesia and other agents (e.g. ketamine) and alpha 2 agonists
  • Local blocks and epidurals
  • Know how to use constant rate infusions
  • Consider long term pain management and chronic pain
  • Be aware of adjuncts to pain control, new and novel drugs




Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Analgesia and Anaesthesia
08-05-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

Key learning objectives:
  • Which analgesics are suitable for emergency patients and why
  • Anaesthetic protocols for emergency patients
  • Safe anaesthetic monitoring
  • Cardiovascular and respiratory emergencies during anaesthesia



Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Anaesthetic Considerations for Specific Conditions I
05-06-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

Certain conditions require the anaesthetist to employ different techniques from those routinely used. The use of neuromuscular blocking agents will be covered in this course as well as planning anaesthesia for thoracic surgery, head and neck surgery, patients with cardiopulmonary disease and those with neurological problems.

Key Learning Objectives:
  • Know about muscle relaxants - indications, current use, new drugs and monitoring
  • How to plan an anaesthetic for:
    • Thoracic surgery
    • Head and neck surgery
    • Patients with cardiopulmonary disease
    • Patients with neurological disease




Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Anaesthetic Considerations for Specific Conditions II
06-06-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

This course will cover how to plan an anaesthetic for both the patient undergoing a caesarean operation, the paediatric and geriatric patient. In addition, considerations for anaesthesia for patients with renal or liver failure and for particular endocrinopathies will be discussed. All of these situations place particular demands on the anaesthetist and the importance of patient assessment, drug selection, induction/maintenance techniques and monitoring will be covered.

Key Learning Objectives:
  • Plan an anaesthetic for Caesarean section
  • Be able to plan an anaesthetic for paediatric patients
  • Understand anaesthesia for patients with kidney, liver disease and endocrinopathies




Price: £274.31 plus VAT


Emergency Medicine


Triage, Monitoring & Stabilisation
05-12-2017 - Swindon

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Course content:
  • Triage
  • Monitoring Clinical Parameters
  • Dyspnoeic patients/oxygen supplementation
  • Acid-base and blood gases
Key learning objectives:
  • Understand the concept of triage and the nurse’s role
  • Know what signs to look for, and why they matter
  • Gain an overview of common presentations and their emergency management
  • Monitoring skills
  • Learn how to stabilise dyspnoeic patients
  • Basic understanding of blood gases and their application in respiratory emergencies



Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Fluid Therapy in the Emergency Patient
06-12-2017 - Swindon

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Course content:
  • Vascular Access
  • Intravenous fluid therapy
  • Hypovolaemia and shock
  • Blood Transfusions in practice
Key learning objectives:
  • Gain confidence in standard and advanced vascular access techniques
  • Dehydration versus hypovolaemia – what is the difference?
  • Crystalloids, colloids and beyond
  • Improve your fluid therapy calculations
  • Understand the practical application of blood transfusions and products



Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Medical Emergencies
15-02-2018 - Swindon

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Course content:
  • The cardiac patient
  • Renal failure
  • Endocrine emergencies
  • Dealing with poisoned patients
  • The parvovirus patient
Key learning objectives:
  • How medical emergencies present and why
  • Practical ECGs – arrhythmias and dysrhythmias – what’s the difference?
  • Diagnosis and treatment of common endocrine emergencies
  • The principles of managing poisoned patients
  • Common poisonings; their presentation and treatment



Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Surgical Emergency Procedures
16-02-2018 - Swindon

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Course content:
  • Patient preparation 
  • Preparation for abdominal surgery and instrumentation 
  • GDV
  • Septic peritonitis
  • Haemoabdomen 
  • Caesarean section
Key learning objectives:
  • Learn the importance of correct asepsis when prepping patients for surgery
  • Ensure an understanding of the commonly used instruments for emergency surgery
  • Understand which diagnostic tests indicate emergency surgery is required
  • Gain an understanding of what is required in the emergency surgical patient



Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Analgesia and Anaesthesia
08-05-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

Key learning objectives:
  • Which analgesics are suitable for emergency patients and why
  • Anaesthetic protocols for emergency patients
  • Safe anaesthetic monitoring
  • Cardiovascular and respiratory emergencies during anaesthesia



Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Nursing the Critical Patient
09-05-2018 - Swindon

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Course content:
  • Managing recumbent patients
  • Nutrition and feeding tubes 
  • Managing urinary catheters, chest drains, tracheostomy tubes
Key learning objectives:
  • Learn nursing techniques to improve the care of recumbent patients
  • The importance of early enteral nutrition and techniques which are available to achieve this
  • Management of the common tubes and drains in the critical patient
  • Infection control considerations for the critical patient – prevention of healthcare associated infections



Price: £274.31 plus VAT

The Trauma Patient
24-07-2018 - Swindon

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Course content:
  • Initial management of wounds and fractures
  • Urinary tract trauma and obstruction
  • Head injuries
  • Thoracic trauma
Key learning objectives:
  • Stabilisation and initial treatment of traumatic wounds and fractures
  • Effective assessment, lavage and debridement of wounds
  • What’s new in wound dressings
  • How urinary trauma presents and what we can do to stabilise the patient prior to surgery
  • How the prognosis for head trauma can be determined by effective nursing



Price: £274.31 plus VAT


Nurses Certificates


Anaesthetic Machine and Monitoring Equipment
28-09-2017 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

The anaesthetic machine is an essential tool for inhalation anaesthesia. A good working knowledge of both the machine and breathing circuit is essential to ensure the safety of the patient. This course will cover the different types of machines available and will review available breathing circuits. The range of monitoring equipment in veterinary practice has increased significantly over the last few years and the latest thinking on this topic will be presented.

Key Learning Objectives:
  • Understand the anaesthetic machine
  • Know how anaesthetic breathing circuits work and how to choose them
  • Understand the use of low flow anaesthesia with circle circuits
  • Be able to fill in the anaesthetic record correctly
  • Have an overview from basic through to advanced monitoring
  • Understand equipment - how it works and what to choose
  • Be able to anticipate potential problems and avoid pitfalls
  • Adopt minimal monitoring in ‘general practice’
  • Have an overview of ventilators and artificial ventilation





Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Pre-anaesthetic Assessment and Pre-medication. Intravenous and Inhalant Anaesthetics
29-09-2017 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

This course will cover how to assess the patient before anaesthesia and the different drugs available for pre-medication. General anaesthesia may be induced by injectable drugs or inhalational agents. These will be reviewed along with methods of maintaining anaesthesia.

Key Learning Objectives:
  • The role of pre-anaesthetic assessment
  • Understand the reasons and ways to use pre-medication and sedation
  • Have an overview of injectable anaesthetics
  • Have an overview of the inhalation anaesthetics
  • Be able to review the principles and practical use of the newer agents






Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry Relating to Small Animal Nutrition
13-11-2017 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

This course will review the anatomy and physiology of the canine and feline gastrointestinal tract and the biochemistry of digestion. There will also be a brief study of the anatomy and physiology of the kidneys and liver, followed by the physiology of calcium and phosphorus homeostasis. 



Price: £137.50 plus VAT

Basic Nutrition and Life-Stage Feeding of Cats and Dogs
14-11-2017 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

In this course, you will study the principles of basic nutrition and life-stage feeding. There are naturally some important differences between the nutritional requirements of cats and dogs to consider. This course includes case studies so that you will have an opportunity to practise nutritional calculations.

Sponsored by Protexin




Price: £137.50 plus VAT

Triage, Monitoring & Stabilisation
05-12-2017 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

Course content:
  • Triage
  • Monitoring Clinical Parameters
  • Dyspnoeic patients/oxygen supplementation
  • Acid-base and blood gases
Key learning objectives:
  • Understand the concept of triage and the nurse’s role
  • Know what signs to look for, and why they matter
  • Gain an overview of common presentations and their emergency management
  • Monitoring skills
  • Learn how to stabilise dyspnoeic patients
  • Basic understanding of blood gases and their application in respiratory emergencies



Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Fluid Therapy in the Emergency Patient
06-12-2017 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

Course content:
  • Vascular Access
  • Intravenous fluid therapy
  • Hypovolaemia and shock
  • Blood Transfusions in practice
Key learning objectives:
  • Gain confidence in standard and advanced vascular access techniques
  • Dehydration versus hypovolaemia – what is the difference?
  • Crystalloids, colloids and beyond
  • Improve your fluid therapy calculations
  • Understand the practical application of blood transfusions and products



Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Accidents and Emergencies Details
09-01-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

The causes of cardiopulmonary arrest (CPA) will be covered as will how to recognise ‘at risk’ patients. The aim of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is to support ventilation and circulation until natural functions can be restored and maintained. Equipment and resources needed for CPR will be included and a step-by-step ‘how’ to’ guide.

Key Learning Objectives:
  • Be able to identify common complications in anaesthesia
  • Know the causes, identify and the treatment of arrest
  • A practical step-by-step guide as to how to manage an arrest, basic CPCR, ventilation and artificial circulation




Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Anaesthesia of Equine and Exotics Species
10-01-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

There are naturally some important differences when planning anaesthesia in both equine and exotic species. This module will cover the different drugs and techniques available for both the horse and also common ‘exotic’ species.

Key Learning Objectives:
  • Have an overview of equine anaesthesia: the horse as an anaesthetic candidate
  • Understand drugs and anaesthetic techniques including monitoring and complications in equine anaesthesia
  • Know of special considerations, techniques and advice for anaesthesia in other species including: birds, reptiles, ferrets, rabbits and other small mammals 
  • Have an awareness of some considerations specific to farm animal anaesthesia




Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Types of Pet Food and Commercial Pet Food Labelling
12-02-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

In this course the topics for consideration will include pet food analysis and labelling. Pet owners are often bewildered by the information on pet food packaging and veterinary staff require the knowledge and skill set to translate this data into everyday language. You will also review pet food choices, discuss raw diets and the impact of feeding on behaviour. This module includes case studies and a wet-lab so that you will have an opportunity to practise nutritional calculations using a wide range of commercial pet food products.




Price: £137.50 plus VAT

Exotic Pet Nutrition
13-02-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

This course will cover basic anatomy and physiology of rabbits, herbivorous and omnivorous rodents and ferrets. Time will also be spent discussing psittacines and the commonly encountered reptiles and chelonians. The optimum diets of rabbits, herbivorous and omnivorous rodents, ferrets, psittacines and the common reptiles will be discussed and the problems that may occur with incorrect nutrition highlighted.
Clinical nutritional support for the generally ill patient will be covered. Clinical nutrition for particular disease states will be discussed.

Sponsored by Burgess Pet Foods



Price: £137.50 plus VAT

Medical Emergencies
15-02-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

Course content:
  • The cardiac patient
  • Renal failure
  • Endocrine emergencies
  • Dealing with poisoned patients
  • The parvovirus patient
Key learning objectives:
  • How medical emergencies present and why
  • Practical ECGs – arrhythmias and dysrhythmias – what’s the difference?
  • Diagnosis and treatment of common endocrine emergencies
  • The principles of managing poisoned patients
  • Common poisonings; their presentation and treatment



Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Surgical Emergency Procedures
16-02-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

Course content:
  • Patient preparation 
  • Preparation for abdominal surgery and instrumentation 
  • GDV
  • Septic peritonitis
  • Haemoabdomen 
  • Caesarean section
Key learning objectives:
  • Learn the importance of correct asepsis when prepping patients for surgery
  • Ensure an understanding of the commonly used instruments for emergency surgery
  • Understand which diagnostic tests indicate emergency surgery is required
  • Gain an understanding of what is required in the emergency surgical patient



Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Fluid Therapy in the Perioperative Period. Nutrition in Critical Care
06-03-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

Fluid therapy is often seen as complicated by both nurses and vets. This module aims to demystify the subject and explain the reasons why every nurse should understand the basics of fluid balance, fluid therapy and fluid administration. How to calculate fluid requirements, rates of administration and monitoring techniques will be covered. Nutritional support for the anaesthetised patient will also be included.

Key Learning Objectives:
  • Know about the types and uses of different fluids, including colloids, HBOCS
  • Be able to devise a fluid therapy plan and monitor patients
  • Understand the principles of transfusion medicine
  • The importance of nutrition in the critical patient




Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Analgesia and Pain Assessment
07-03-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

This course will cover the pathophysiology of pain and how to recognise and assess pain in the different species.The different types of drugs available for analgesia will be reviewed for short, medium and long term use. The concept of pre-emptive analgesia will be covered along with multi-modal analgesia.

Key Learning Objectives:
  • Have an overview of the pathophysiology of pain
  • Recognise pain in different species
  • Have an understanding of pain scoring
  • Understand the many analgesia options, including opioids, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents, local anaesthesia and other agents (e.g. ketamine) and alpha 2 agonists
  • Local blocks and epidurals
  • Know how to use constant rate infusions
  • Consider long term pain management and chronic pain
  • Be aware of adjuncts to pain control, new and novel drugs




Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Analgesia and Anaesthesia
08-05-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

Key learning objectives:
  • Which analgesics are suitable for emergency patients and why
  • Anaesthetic protocols for emergency patients
  • Safe anaesthetic monitoring
  • Cardiovascular and respiratory emergencies during anaesthesia



Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Nursing the Critical Patient
09-05-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

Course content:
  • Managing recumbent patients
  • Nutrition and feeding tubes 
  • Managing urinary catheters, chest drains, tracheostomy tubes
Key learning objectives:
  • Learn nursing techniques to improve the care of recumbent patients
  • The importance of early enteral nutrition and techniques which are available to achieve this
  • Management of the common tubes and drains in the critical patient
  • Infection control considerations for the critical patient – prevention of healthcare associated infections



Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Key Nutritional Factors and their Importance in Clinical Cases I
10-05-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

Using a logical and step by step approach, course participants will study the key nutritional factors involved in the nutritional management of a wide range of frequently encountered clinical conditions in cats and dogs. The topics for consideration will include diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, the pancreas and the skin, anorexia, critical illness, post-op feeding and neoplasia. Workshops and case studies will provide you with an opportunity to practise the application of key nutritional principles.




Price: £137.50 plus VAT

Key Nutritional Factors and their Importance in Clinical Cases II
11-05-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

Using a logical and step by step approach, you will study the key nutritional factors involved in the nutritional management of a wide range of frequently encountered clinical conditions in cats and dogs. You will cover the nutritional management of major organ failure (liver, kidneys, heart and brain), urolithiasis, lower urinary tract disorders, skeletal and periodontal problems, obesity and some of the common endocrine disorders. Workshops and case studies will provide you with an opportunity to practise the application of key nutritional principles.




Price: £137.50 plus VAT

Anaesthetic Considerations for Specific Conditions I
05-06-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

Certain conditions require the anaesthetist to employ different techniques from those routinely used. The use of neuromuscular blocking agents will be covered in this course as well as planning anaesthesia for thoracic surgery, head and neck surgery, patients with cardiopulmonary disease and those with neurological problems.

Key Learning Objectives:
  • Know about muscle relaxants - indications, current use, new drugs and monitoring
  • How to plan an anaesthetic for:
    • Thoracic surgery
    • Head and neck surgery
    • Patients with cardiopulmonary disease
    • Patients with neurological disease




Price: £274.31 plus VAT

Anaesthetic Considerations for Specific Conditions II
06-06-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

This course will cover how to plan an anaesthetic for both the patient undergoing a caesarean operation, the paediatric and geriatric patient. In addition, considerations for anaesthesia for patients with renal or liver failure and for particular endocrinopathies will be discussed. All of these situations place particular demands on the anaesthetist and the importance of patient assessment, drug selection, induction/maintenance techniques and monitoring will be covered.

Key Learning Objectives:
  • Plan an anaesthetic for Caesarean section
  • Be able to plan an anaesthetic for paediatric patients
  • Understand anaesthesia for patients with kidney, liver disease and endocrinopathies




Price: £274.31 plus VAT

The Trauma Patient
24-07-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

Course content:
  • Initial management of wounds and fractures
  • Urinary tract trauma and obstruction
  • Head injuries
  • Thoracic trauma
Key learning objectives:
  • Stabilisation and initial treatment of traumatic wounds and fractures
  • Effective assessment, lavage and debridement of wounds
  • What’s new in wound dressings
  • How urinary trauma presents and what we can do to stabilise the patient prior to surgery
  • How the prognosis for head trauma can be determined by effective nursing



Price: £274.31 plus VAT


Nurses Practical


Schedule 3 Surgery
06-12-2017 - Swindon

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  • Suture minor wounds
  • Biopsy lumps via a variety of techniques
  • Remove appropriate skin lumps
  • Amputate tails
  • Amputate ear tips
  • Digit amputation
  • Carry out surgical management of aural haematomas


Price: £249.00 plus VAT


Nutrition


Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry Relating to Small Animal Nutrition
13-11-2017 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

This course will review the anatomy and physiology of the canine and feline gastrointestinal tract and the biochemistry of digestion. There will also be a brief study of the anatomy and physiology of the kidneys and liver, followed by the physiology of calcium and phosphorus homeostasis. 



Price: £137.50 plus VAT

Basic Nutrition and Life-Stage Feeding of Cats and Dogs
14-11-2017 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

In this course, you will study the principles of basic nutrition and life-stage feeding. There are naturally some important differences between the nutritional requirements of cats and dogs to consider. This course includes case studies so that you will have an opportunity to practise nutritional calculations.

Sponsored by Protexin




Price: £137.50 plus VAT

Types of Pet Food and Commercial Pet Food Labelling
12-02-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

In this course the topics for consideration will include pet food analysis and labelling. Pet owners are often bewildered by the information on pet food packaging and veterinary staff require the knowledge and skill set to translate this data into everyday language. You will also review pet food choices, discuss raw diets and the impact of feeding on behaviour. This module includes case studies and a wet-lab so that you will have an opportunity to practise nutritional calculations using a wide range of commercial pet food products.




Price: £137.50 plus VAT

Exotic Pet Nutrition
13-02-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

This course will cover basic anatomy and physiology of rabbits, herbivorous and omnivorous rodents and ferrets. Time will also be spent discussing psittacines and the commonly encountered reptiles and chelonians. The optimum diets of rabbits, herbivorous and omnivorous rodents, ferrets, psittacines and the common reptiles will be discussed and the problems that may occur with incorrect nutrition highlighted.
Clinical nutritional support for the generally ill patient will be covered. Clinical nutrition for particular disease states will be discussed.

Sponsored by Burgess Pet Foods



Price: £137.50 plus VAT

Key Nutritional Factors and their Importance in Clinical Cases I
10-05-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

Using a logical and step by step approach, course participants will study the key nutritional factors involved in the nutritional management of a wide range of frequently encountered clinical conditions in cats and dogs. The topics for consideration will include diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, the pancreas and the skin, anorexia, critical illness, post-op feeding and neoplasia. Workshops and case studies will provide you with an opportunity to practise the application of key nutritional principles.




Price: £137.50 plus VAT

Key Nutritional Factors and their Importance in Clinical Cases II
11-05-2018 - Swindon

Click to see the full details

Using a logical and step by step approach, you will study the key nutritional factors involved in the nutritional management of a wide range of frequently encountered clinical conditions in cats and dogs. You will cover the nutritional management of major organ failure (liver, kidneys, heart and brain), urolithiasis, lower urinary tract disorders, skeletal and periodontal problems, obesity and some of the common endocrine disorders. Workshops and case studies will provide you with an opportunity to practise the application of key nutritional principles.




Price: £137.50 plus VAT


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