In light of recent events relating to the pandemic of Coronavirus, Improve International is taking the necessary measures to enable delegates to receive course sessions online via an interactive webinar platform and a virtual learning platform.
Improve International has launched the first volume of the latest in its new textbook series – the Improve International Manual of Clinical Small Animal Internal Medicine.
Providing comprehensive information to support the diagnosis and treatment of commonly seen pathologies of dogs and cats, the new book covers topics including haematology, immunology, diagnostic imaging, respiratory diseases, cardiovascular medicine, reproductive system disorders, gastrointestinal disorders, as well as hepatobiliary and exocrine pancreas disorders. Each chapter has been authored by an internationally recognised expert in their field.
Improve International has launched a Postgraduate Certificate (PgC) in Dentistry and Oral Surgery to help vets in first opinion practice to diagnose and treat the increasing number of patients suffering from dental or oral disease.During the 14-module programme of lectures, case discussions and practical sessions, delegates will learn how to approach the dog, cat and exotic patient presenting with manifestations of oral pathology in a logical and scientific manner. Lecturers for the programme, which starts in January 2020, include respected dental and oral surgical experts, including Dr Bob Partridge and Dr Rachel Perry, both European and RCVS Specialists in Veterinary Dentistry and Dr Owen Davies, an RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Oncology.
The Glasgow Chapter of the International Veterinary Students Association (ISVA) hosted a group of veterinary students from IVSA Vienna during an educational and cultural exchange visit from 12-19 April. During the visit, sponsored by global veterinary CPD specialist Improve International, the Austrian students enjoyed lectures at the Veterinary School at the University of Glasgow. They also learned about falconry and handling birds of prey and had the opportunity to practice their lambing skills.
An accredited General Practitioner Advanced Certificate (GPAdvCert) in Small Animal Medicine has been launched by Improve International aimed at veterinary professionals across Europe who wish to advance their knowledge and diagnostic skills, progress their academic qualifications and gain recognition in their field. It follows the successful launch of Improve’s first GPAdvCert in Small Animal Orthopaedics earlier this year.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our Distance Learning version of one of our most popular Postgraduate Certificate (PgC) programmes, Small Animal Medicine, in January 2019.
The comprehensive 20 module medicine programme, covering all of the major body systems of cats and dog, combines the latest thinking in small animal medicine with its world-class learning resources to ensure that delegates’ learning experience online gives the same high-quality learning as the attendance programme.
With the profession changing at such a rapid pace, it has never been more important to ensure your clinical staff get the CPD they need to stay up to date. Improve International’s David Babington looks at the mix of options open to practices
An accredited General Practitioner Advanced Certificate (GPAdvCert) has been launched by Improve International aimed at veterinary professionals across Europe who wish to advance their knowledge and practical skills in a particular field.
Dr Graeme McKeown has become the first veterinary surgeon in the UK to be awarded a Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Veterinary Practice Sciences (PgD AVPS). Dr McKeown, who owns practices in Hove and Tunbridge Wells, was one of a number of Postgraduate awardees to receive their awards at a ceremony at Harper Adams University on Tuesday 25 April 2017.
At an awards ceremony at Harper Adams University on Tuesday 25 April 2017, 17 new Postgraduate Certificate (PgC) holders and the first recipient of a new Postgraduate Diploma (PgD) were presented with their awards. The ceremony was organised by Harper Adams University in association with veterinary CPD provider Improve International and the European School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies (ESVPS). Harper Adams provides the higher education body quality assurance for Improve’s postgraduate clinical modular training programmes across a range of species and disciplines.
Improve has announced that two more of its small animal modular veterinary programmes have been validated by Harper Adams Uni under the 2012 partnership arrangement.
Harper Adams University has been crowned University of the Year by What Uni?, following a nationwide student vote.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Hannes Bergmann as Course Director for our Postgraduate Certificate (PgC) in Small Animal Surgery.
Improve has been awarded a Veterinary Marketing Award (VMA) for our campaign to promote our Postgraduate Certificate (PgC) programmes in Small Animal Medicine and Small Animal Surgery .
Improve has announced several of its PgCs have been added to the list of qualifications eligible for applications for RCVS’ Advanced Practitioner status.
New Look Improve Small Animal Medicine Postgraduate Certificate (PgC) Programme Offers Blended Learning and Added Practical Training
Improve has been acquired by Benchmark Holdings plc, a market leader in the animal health, aquaculture, agriculture and food supply chain industry.
Improve won a contract from the Animal Plant and Health Agency (APHA), for the training and revalidation of OVs in England, Scotland and Wales.