Two year programme

Small Animal Medicine

Postgraduate Certificate (PgC)

The most comprehensive modular small animal medicine programme covering all of the major body systems with an easy route to progress to the RCVS Advanced Practitioner Status

Our Small Animal Medicine PgC attendance programme has been designed to be spread over two years culminating in a Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) exam at the end, ensuring you are well positioned to be successful, with no viva to pass. We understand you have busy working lives and may want to spread your learning, the PgC enables you to have this flexibility with timings to fit around you and practice life. You can also choose to spread the programme over two or three years.

Transform your practice life by gaining recognised qualifications:

By attending the full structured taught programme and following successful assessment you can gain the General Practitioner Certificate (GPCert) awarded by the International School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies (ISVPS) and the Postgraduate Certificate (PgC) from Harper Adams University (HAU). 

  • The Postgraduate Certificate (PgC) represents Masters Level 7 within the Quality Assurance Agency’s framework for higher and further education. It provides 60 transferable academic credits towards the 180 required for a Masters degree in the UK or 30 ECTS credits (Europe).
  • On successful attainment you will also be awarded the GPCert(SAM) and a personalised certificate and your name will be included in the ISVPS register of General Practitioner Certificate holders
  • RCVS Advanced Practitioner Status
    After completing your Postgraduate Certificate you can apply for the RCVS Advanced Practitioner Status. This is subject to meeting all of the other entry requirements set out by the RCVS in the Applicant Guidance Notes. You will also need to provide evidence of Key Professional Skills knowledge to the RCVS when applying for the Advanced Practitioner Status

General Practitioner Advanced Certificate (GPAdvCert), Postgraduate Diploma (PgD) and Masters degree (MSc)

By continuing your learning journey with us, your PgC may also be used towards a GPAdvCert, PgD or a Masters degree. These qualifications will enable you to expand your knowledge and further demonstrate your skills, while obtaining academic recognition. 

Attendance on the taught modules is typically once monthly on a weekday between 2 pm and 8 pm however, where there are case-based discussion webinars or practical sessions these times may vary.

Inclusive learning support

Our Small Animal Medicine PgC programme now includes twenty modules, six of which contain practical components. The programme will be delivered using a combination of face to face and online learning, practical skills training and eight case-based webinars.

At the end of the programme you will have increased your skills, knowledge and confidence in dealing with more complex cases offering familiar and local treatment for the clients who trust you with their pets and accelerate diagnosis and treatment. Not only will you reduce the need for external referrals, you will increase your practice’s capabilities and income and also progress in your career.

Practical elements on several modules giving you the opportunity to apply theory hands-on.

Improve International's Manual of Small Animal Medicine Vol 1 and 2

Our learning management system operated through Moodle providing access to a notes library, discussion forum and other study resources including webinars

A subscription to Harper Adam’s online e-library providing access to 1,000s of scientific articles and abstracts

A dedicated Programme Tutor will provide support throughout the entire programme ensuring you are well placed for your examination.

Practical components:

Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine – maximise the value of your microscopy and haematological skills
Cytology – learn how to examine your own aspirates in-house for a faster diagnosis
Diagnostic Imaging – practise hands-on abdominal ultrasonography
Emergency Medicine – spend two hours in the wet-lab perfecting critical care techniques
Dermatology – improve your diagnostics in this microscope based module
Ophthalmology – focus on the practical examination of the canine eye

Our New Sheffield Practical Training Centre

Venue: Swindon
Start date: 8 October 2020

Small Animal Medicine
8 Oct 2020
6 Jun 2022
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20 Day Course
Swindon
Rosario Cerundolo, Joel Silva, Laurent Garosi, Marta Costa, Philip Strom, Sally Turner, Susana Silva, Simon Tappin
£10,995.00 + VAT

Venue: Hatfield
Start date: 7 October 2020

Small Animal Medicine
7 Oct 2020
7 Jun 2022
p
20 Day Course
Hatfield
Rosario Cerundolo, Joel Silva, Laurent Garosi, Lucy Davison, Marta Costa, Philip Strom, Sally Turner, Susana Silva, Simon Tappin
£10,995.00 + VAT

Venue: Sheffield
Start date: 14 October 2020

Small Animal Medicine
14 Oct 2020
16 Jun 2022
p
20 Day Course
Sheffield
Rosario Cerundolo, Joel Silva, Laurent Garosi, Marta Costa, Michael E. Herrtage, Philip Strom, Sally Turner, Simon Tappin, Kevin Murtagh
£10,995.00 + VAT


What do our customers think of our training?

The teaching at Improve is excellent and I have been able to take what I have learnt back to use in practice. It’s not just the lectures themselves but the practical work we did straight afterwards which drives home everything, which is why Improve’s modular programmes are so great. The difference it’s made in the […] Read more... Garrick Ponte

BVSc GPCert(SAM) MRCVS

I chose Improve International as they are an established company, they’ve got a good reputation and I have done a number of courses with them previously and had access to top qualified speakers. Read more... Robyn Farquhar

BVSc GPCert(SAM) MRCVS

Frequently Asked Questions

Postgraduate Certificates

If coming from a non-European country – how would face to face module attendance work?
What is a Postgraduate Certificate (PgC)?
What is the criteria for enrolment?
Over what time period can I take the taught modules?
Are Improve’s Postgraduate Certificates academically equivalent to the RCVS CertAVP and other postgraduate certificates?
I have previously achieved a GPCert. Can I use this towards a PgC?
Is my practice suitable for studying towards a postgraduate certificate?
Where are the taught programmes held?
How are Improve’s PgC programmes different to other providers?
How many hours will I spend on my certificate?
How will I be assessed?
What resources will be available to support me through the PgC?
Will Improve’s PgCs enable me to apply for the RCVS Advanced Practitioner Status?
How can I fit a modular CPD programme into my busy life?
I want to register on a modular course but I may be away for some of the modules. Does this mean I will miss out?

Ultrasound Scanning

How are dogs sourced for ultrasound courses?
Will the dogs be sedated?
Will the dogs have any abnormalities?
Are the dogs clipped?
Are cats used for any of the ultrasound courses?

Venue: Swindon
Start date: 8 October 2020

Small Animal Medicine
8 Oct 2020
6 Jun 2022
p
20 Day Course
Swindon
Rosario Cerundolo, Joel Silva, Laurent Garosi, Marta Costa, Philip Strom, Sally Turner, Susana Silva, Simon Tappin
£10,995.00 + VAT

Venue: Hatfield
Start date: 7 October 2020

Small Animal Medicine
7 Oct 2020
7 Jun 2022
p
20 Day Course
Hatfield
Rosario Cerundolo, Joel Silva, Laurent Garosi, Lucy Davison, Marta Costa, Philip Strom, Sally Turner, Susana Silva, Simon Tappin
£10,995.00 + VAT

Venue: Sheffield
Start date: 14 October 2020

Small Animal Medicine
14 Oct 2020
16 Jun 2022
p
20 Day Course
Sheffield
Rosario Cerundolo, Joel Silva, Laurent Garosi, Marta Costa, Michael E. Herrtage, Philip Strom, Sally Turner, Simon Tappin, Kevin Murtagh
£10,995.00 + VAT

What do our customers think of our training?

The teaching at Improve is excellent and I have been able to take what I have learnt back to use in practice. It’s not just the lectures themselves but the practical work we did straight afterwards which drives home everything, which is why Improve’s modular programmes are so great. The difference it’s made in the […] Read more... Garrick Ponte

BVSc GPCert(SAM) MRCVS

I chose Improve International as they are an established company, they’ve got a good reputation and I have done a number of courses with them previously and had access to top qualified speakers. Read more... Robyn Farquhar

BVSc GPCert(SAM) MRCVS

Venue: Hatfield
Start date: 7 October 2020

Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine + Practical Session
Oct 2020 | Hatfield

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand the rationale behind selection of appropriate tests for your patients
  • Consider the different sampling techniques, sample processing and identify factors that may affect them
  • Become familiar with the clinical pathology of hepatobiliary and renal disease
  • Structure your approach to anaemia to differentiate between non-regenerative and regenerative types before determining possible underlying causes
  • Transform your understanding of haemostasis to enable you to determine when, why and how it goes wrong
  • Use your knowledge to interpret laboratory data from clinical patients to help you prioritise further investigations
  • Develop your haematological skills by becoming adept at interpreting both normal and abnormal haemograms, identifying reticulocytes and discovering platelet and white cell abnormalities
  • Improve your approach to patients with neutropaenia and marked leucocytosis

Speaker: Marta Costa DVM MSc FRCPath DipECVCP MRCVS
Cytology + Practical Session
Nov 2020 | Hatfield

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand the principles and practical aspects of cytological sample collection, storage and preparation
  • Maximise the value of your microscopy skills
  • Perfect your ability to describe the principles of routine cytological examination and how this informs a cytological diagnosis
  • Transform your understanding of the different cytological characteristics of effusions, aspirates and lavage samples
  • Familiarise yourself with some of the conditions most commonly diagnosed by cytology

Speaker: Marta Costa DVM MSc FRCPath DipECVCP MRCVS
Diagnostic Imaging Theory
Dec 2020 | Hatfield

Key learning objectives:

  • Review the principles of radiography, radiology and the significance of radiation protection
  • Appreciate the use of contrast radiography in a variety of situations and using a variety of techniques
  • Understand the principles of ultrasound imaging
  • Familiarise yourself with the basic principles of advanced imaging
  • Compare and contrast CT and MRI as diagnostic tools

Speaker: Philip Strom DVM, DACVR, MRCVS, Diplomate American College of Veterinary Radiology
Diagnostic Imaging Practical Film Reading and Abdominal Ultrasound
Jan 2021 | Swindon

This practical day will include:

  • Case based discussion
  • Film reading session
  • Practical abdominal ultrasound scanning

Key learning objectives:

  • Develop your ability to critique radiographs
  • Enhance your skills in interpreting radiographs in a systematic and thorough manner
  • Practice your ultrasound imaging skills to help you to differentiate between normal and abnormal abdominal structures

PLEASE NOTE THIS MODULE TAKES PLACE AT OUR SWINDON VENUE


Speaker: Philip Strom DVM, DACVR, MRCVS, Diplomate American College of Veterinary Radiology
Respiratory disease Online Module - date tbc
Feb 2021 | Online

Delivered online through our Moodle platform supported by the module tutor/speaker

Key learning objectives:

  • Improve your understanding of the importance of a detailed and thorough physical examination
  • Integrate a dyspnoea algorithm into your investigations of respiratory disease
  • Develop an understanding of the importance of diagnostic aids in the investigation of respiratory disease: radiography; endoscopy; ultrasonography and cytology
  • Consolidate your knowledge of upper and lower airway disease, parenchymal and pleural space disease
  • Familiarise yourself with the principles of primary and ancillary respiratory therapeutics
  • Learn the best approach to the acute management of the dyspnoeic patient

Speaker: Abby Caine VetMB BA CertVDI DipECVDI MRCVS
Cardiovascular Medicine I
Mar 2021 | Hatfield

Key learning objectives:

  • Extend your understanding of the principles and importance of a physical examination in patients with suspected cardiac disease
  • Familiarise yourself with the principles of electrocardiography
  • Integrate your understanding of the approach to electrocardiographic interpretation to help you identify common arrhythmias
  • Improve your evaluation of thoracic radiographs in reference to cardiac patients
  • Understand the basic principles of echocardiography and its role in diagnosis of cardiac disease

Speaker: Joel Silva DVM DipECVIM-CA (Cardiology) MRCVS
Cardiovascular Medicine II
Apr 2021 | Hatfield

Key learning objectives:

  • Recognise and understand the events involved in the pathophysiology of cardiac failure
  • Define systolic and diastolic failure
  • Appreciate the species differences in prevalence of congenital and acquired cardiac diseases
  • Describe the major congenital cardiac diseases in dogs and cats
  • Transform your understanding of the pathophysiology, diagnosis and management of acquired valvular, myocardial and pericardial diseases
  • Familiarise yourself with the therapeutic options and their applications in patients with cardiac disease
  • Learn how to manage emergency cardiac patients for improved outcomes


Speaker: Joel Silva DVM DipECVIM-CA (Cardiology) MRCVS
Gastroenterology I
May 2021 | Hatfield

Key learning objectives:

  • Develop your understanding of deglutition and dysphagia
  • Familiarise yourself with the pathophysiology of:
    • Regurgitation
    • Acute and chronic vomiting
    • Diarrhoea
  • Enhance your diagnostic approach to gastrointestinal abnormalities
  • Describe the principles and basic use of endoscopy in the diagnosis of gastrointestinal disease and when it is indicated

Speaker: Susana Silva DVM CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS European Specialist in Veterinary Small Animal Medicine
Gastroenterology II
Jun 2021 | Hatfield

Key learning objectives:

  • Improve your understanding of the pathophysiology of hepatic and hepatobiliary disease
  • Devise a systematic diagnostic approach to the jaundiced patient
  • Perfect your investigative approach to suspected hepatobiliary disease
  • Understand the pathophysiology of exocrine pancreatic disease
  • Describe the investigative approach to acute and chronic exocrine pancreatic diseases
  • Discuss the therapeutic options in hepatobiliary and pancreatic diseases

Speaker: Susana Silva DVM CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS European Specialist in Veterinary Small Animal Medicine
Immunology Online Module - date tbc
Jul 2021 | Online

Delivered online through our Moodle platform supported by the module tutor/speaker.

Key learning objectives:

  • Learn the basis of immune function and the immune response to better understand the pathophysiology of immune-mediated disease
  • Develop your diagnostic approach to common immune-mediated diseases in small animals
  • Transform your understanding of the basis of therapy for immune-mediated diseases
  • Discuss the use of common immunosuppressive therapies

Speaker: Abby Caine VetMB BA CertVDI DipECVDI MRCVS
Emergency Medicine and Critical Care + Practical Session
Sep 2021 | Swindon

Key learning objectives:

  • Familiarise yourself with a thorough and systematic approach to the assessment of the critically ill patient’s major body systems
  • Enhance your understanding of the minimum database and its’ interpretation
  • Implement your assessment of your patients when considering their fluid, electrolyte and transfusion requirements
  • Understand the principles and practical aspects of critical patient monitoring
  • Recognise imminent cardiopulmonary arrest more promptly
  • Learn how to select and apply both basic and advanced life support

This module includes a practical session where the following techniques will be reviewed:

  • Placing a tracheostomy tube
  • Thoracocentesis
  • Chest drain placement and appropriate management

Speaker: Simon Tappin VetMB MA,CertSAM,DipECVIM-CA MRCVS
Endocrinology I
Oct 2021 | Hatfield

Key learning objectives:

  • Get to grips with the underlying principles of endocrine anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology
  • Become familiar with the clinical signs and diagnostic approaches in cats and dogs with endocrine disorders such as
    • Hypo and hyperadrenocorticism – common and uncommon presentations
    • Hypo and hyperthyroidism
    • Primary and Secondary hyperparathyroidism
  • Understand the basis of medical and (where appropriate) surgical management for diseases affecting the adrenal, thyroid and parathyroid glands

Speaker: Lucy Davison VetMB MA,CertSAM,PhD,DipECVIM-CA,DSAM MRCVS
Endocrinology II
Nov 2021 | Hatfield

Key learning objectives:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the pathophysiology and clinical signs associated with endocrine pancreatic disease including insulinoma
  • Describe the investigation and management of diabetes mellitus and diabetic ketoacidosis in the dog and cat
  • Get to grips with understanding the causes of failure to control diabetes and the approach to the unstable diabetic patient
  • Understand the pathophysiology of pituitary endocrine diseases
  • Become familiar with the clinical signs, investigation and management of pituitary endocrine disease in the dog and cat

Speaker: Lucy Davison VetMB MA,CertSAM,PhD,DipECVIM-CA,DSAM MRCVS
Medical Oncology Online Module
Dec 2021 | Online

Delivered online through our Moodle platform supported by the module tutor/speaker

Key learning objectives:

  • Be able to understand the principles of tumour biology and staging
  • Formulate a general investigative approach to the cancer patient
  • Develop your understanding of chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgical oncology
  • Familiarise yourself with the therapeutic management of common canine and feline neoplasms
  • Enable yourself to recognise and manage common oncologic emergencies

Speaker: Abby Caine VetMB BA CertVDI DipECVDI MRCVS
Dermatology + Practical Session
Jan 2022 | Hatfield

Key learning objectives:

  • Develop a problem-solving approach to skin diseases
  • Describe the steps involved in dermatologic examination in cats and dogs
  • List and understand the techniques used for the laboratory investigation of skin disease and when they should be used
  • Recommend a rational problem-solving approach to the investigation and treatment of :
    • Alopecia
    • Pruritus
  • Become familiar with the common presentations of bacterial, parasitic and fungal skin disease
  • Identify common dermatologic manifestations of systemic disease and their pathogenesis

Speaker: Rosario Cerundolo DVM CertVD DiplECVD MRCVS
Medical Neurology
Feb 2022 | Hatfield

Key learning objectives:

  • Revise your understanding of the principles of functional neuroanatomy
  • Become adept at a thorough and systematic neurologic examination to help you localise lesions
  • List and understand further diagnostic techniques available to investigate neurologic disease
  • Consider the investigation and management of common neurologic syndromes
  • Understand the steps involved in the investigation into the aetiology of seizures in dogs and cats
  • Improve your ability to manage seizures in an emergency and longer term.

Speaker: Laurent Garosi DipECVN MRCVS
Urology I
Mar 2022 | Hatfield

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand the diagnostic techniques available to investigate urinary disease
  • Delve into the detail of the pathophysiology of acute and chronic renal failure, glomerular disease and proteinuria
  • Develop your investigative approach into renal disease
  • Improve your therapeutic management of such cases

Speaker: Susana Silva DVM CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS European Specialist in Veterinary Small Animal Medicine
Urology II
Apr 2022 | Hatfield

Key learning objectives:

  • Describe and understand the factors involved in the development of crystalluria and urolithiasis in cats and dogs
  • Understand the principles of management of lower urinary tract disease in cats and dogs
  • Explore the often complicated management of FLUTD and urethral obstruction
  • Examine the possible causes of urinary incontinence, their diagnosis and management
  • Classify canine prostatic diseases and understand their pathogenesis, diagnosis and medical management

Speaker: Susana Silva DVM CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS European Specialist in Veterinary Small Animal Medicine
Infectious Disease Online Module
May 2022 | Online

Delivered online through our Moodle platform supported by the module tutor/speaker

Key learning objectives:

  • Compile a list of the major infectious diseases in dogs and cats
  • Describe the diagnosis and management of common infectious diseases in dogs and cats
  • Familiarise yourself with the clinical signs of significant imported diseases occurring in dogs and cats
  • Understand the principles of vaccination and vaccination regimes
  • Learn the steps involved in the pet travel scheme
  • List notifiable diseases in dogs and cats

Speaker: Abby Caine VetMB BA CertVDI DipECVDI MRCVS
Ophthalmology + Practical Session
Jun 2022 | Hatfield

Key learning objectives:

  • Perfect your ability to perform common ophthalmic examination techniques:
    • Basic neuro-ophthalmological examination
    • Ophthalmoscopy: Distant Direct; Close Direct & Indirect
    • Correct use of Fluoroscein for corneal evaluation
    • Tonometry & Gonioscopy
  • Get to grips with current ocular therapeutics: what do you need to have on your pharmacy shelf?
  • Familiarise yourself with the medical management of common ocular conditions
  • Identify the ocular manifestations of systemic diseases
  • Be able to recognise common ocular conditions that require surgery

Speaker: Sally Turner VetMB MA DVOphthal MRCVS

Venue: Hatfield
Start date: 7 October 2020

Small Animal Medicine
7 Oct 2020
7 Jun 2022
p
20 Day Course
Hatfield
Rosario Cerundolo, Joel Silva, Laurent Garosi, Lucy Davison, Marta Costa, Philip Strom, Sally Turner, Susana Silva, Simon Tappin
£10,995.00 + VAT

Venue: Swindon
Start date: 8 October 2020

Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine + Practical Session
Oct 2020 | Swindon

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand the rationale behind selection of appropriate tests for your patients
  • Consider the different sampling techniques, sample processing and identify factors that may affect them
  • Become familiar with the clinical pathology of hepatobiliary and renal disease
  • Structure your approach to anaemia to differentiate between non-regenerative and regenerative types before determining possible underlying causes
  • Transform your understanding of haemostasis to enable you to determine when, why and how it goes wrong
  • Use your knowledge to interpret laboratory data from clinical patients to help you prioritise further investigations
  • Develop your haematological skills by becoming adept at interpreting both normal and abnormal haemograms, identifying reticulocytes and discovering platelet and white cell abnormalities
  • Improve your approach to patients with neutropaenia and marked leucocytosis

Speaker: Marta Costa DVM MSc FRCPath DipECVCP MRCVS
Cytology + Practical Session
Nov 2020 | Swindon

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand the principles and practical aspects of cytological sample collection, storage and preparation
  • Maximise the value of your microscopy skills
  • Perfect your ability to describe the principles of routine cytological examination and how this informs a cytological diagnosis
  • Transform your understanding of the different cytological characteristics of effusions, aspirates and lavage samples
  • Familiarise yourself with some of the conditions most commonly diagnosed by cytology

Speaker: Marta Costa DVM MSc FRCPath DipECVCP MRCVS
Diagnostic Imaging Theory
Dec 2020 | Swindon

Key learning objectives:

  • Review the principles of radiography, radiology and the significance of radiation protection
  • Appreciate the use of contrast radiography in a variety of situations and using a variety of techniques
  • Understand the principles of ultrasound imaging
  • Familiarise yourself with the basic principles of advanced imaging
  • Compare and contrast CT and MRI as diagnostic tools

Speaker: Philip Strom DVM, DACVR, MRCVS, Diplomate American College of Veterinary Radiology
Diagnostic Imaging Practical Film Reading and Abdominal Ultrasound
Jan 2021 | Swindon

This practical day will include:

  • Case based discussion
  • Film reading session
  • Practical abdominal ultrasound scanning

Key learning objectives:

  • Develop your ability to critique radiographs
  • Enhance your skills in interpreting radiographs in a systematic and thorough manner
  • Practice your ultrasound imaging skills to help you to differentiate between normal and abnormal abdominal structures

PLEASE NOTE THIS MODULE TAKES PLACE AT OUR SWINDON VENUE


Speaker: Philip Strom DVM, DACVR, MRCVS, Diplomate American College of Veterinary Radiology
Respiratory disease Online Module - date tbc
Feb 2021 | Online

Delivered online through our Moodle platform supported by the module tutor/speaker

Key learning objectives:

  • Improve your understanding of the importance of a detailed and thorough physical examination
  • Integrate a dyspnoea algorithm into your investigations of respiratory disease
  • Develop an understanding of the importance of diagnostic aids in the investigation of respiratory disease: radiography; endoscopy; ultrasonography and cytology
  • Consolidate your knowledge of upper and lower airway disease, parenchymal and pleural space disease
  • Familiarise yourself with the principles of primary and ancillary respiratory therapeutics
  • Learn the best approach to the acute management of the dyspnoeic patient

Speaker: Abby Caine VetMB BA CertVDI DipECVDI MRCVS
Cardiovascular Medicine I
Mar 2021 | Swindon

Key learning objectives:

  • Extend your understanding of the principles and importance of a physical examination in patients with suspected cardiac disease
  • Familiarise yourself with the principles of electrocardiography
  • Integrate your understanding of the approach to electrocardiographic interpretation to help you identify common arrhythmias
  • Improve your evaluation of thoracic radiographs in reference to cardiac patients
  • Understand the basic principles of echocardiography and its role in diagnosis of cardiac disease

Speaker: Joel Silva DVM DipECVIM-CA (Cardiology) MRCVS
Cardiovascular Medicine II
Apr 2021 | Swindon

Key learning objectives:

  • Recognise and understand the events involved in the pathophysiology of cardiac failure
  • Define systolic and diastolic failure
  • Appreciate the species differences in prevalence of congenital and acquired cardiac diseases
  • Describe the major congenital cardiac diseases in dogs and cats
  • Transform your understanding of the pathophysiology, diagnosis and management of acquired valvular, myocardial and pericardial diseases
  • Familiarise yourself with the therapeutic options and their applications in patients with cardiac disease
  • Learn how to manage emergency cardiac patients for improved outcomes

Speaker: Joel Silva DVM DipECVIM-CA (Cardiology) MRCVS
Gastroenterology I
May 2021 | Swindon

Key learning objectives:

  • Develop your understanding of deglutition and dysphagia
  • Familiarise yourself with the pathophysiology of:
    • Regurgitation
    • Acute and chronic vomiting
    • Diarrhoea
  • Enhance your diagnostic approach to gastrointestinal abnormalities
  • Describe the principles and basic use of endoscopy in the diagnosis of gastrointestinal disease and when it is indicated

Speaker: Susana Silva DVM CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS European Specialist in Veterinary Small Animal Medicine
Gastroenterology II
Jun 2021 | Swindon

Key learning objectives:

  • Improve your understanding of the pathophysiology of hepatic and hepatobiliary disease
  • Devise a systematic diagnostic approach to the jaundiced patient
  • Perfect your investigative approach to suspected hepatobiliary disease
  • Understand the pathophysiology of exocrine pancreatic disease
  • Describe the investigative approach to acute and chronic exocrine pancreatic diseases
  • Discuss the therapeutic options in hepatobiliary and pancreatic diseases

Speaker: Susana Silva DVM CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS European Specialist in Veterinary Small Animal Medicine
Immunology Online Module - date tbc
Jul 2021 | Online

Delivered online through our Moodle platform supported by the module tutor/speaker.

Key learning objectives:

  • Learn the basis of immune function and the immune response to better understand the pathophysiology of immune-mediated disease
  • Develop your diagnostic approach to common immune-mediated diseases in small animals
  • Transform your understanding of the basis of therapy for immune-mediated diseases
  • Discuss the use of common immunosuppressive therapies

Speaker: Abby Caine VetMB BA CertVDI DipECVDI MRCVS
Emergency Medicine and Critical Care + Practical Session
Sep 2021 | Swindon

Key learning objectives:

  • Familiarise yourself with a thorough and systematic approach to the assessment of the critically ill patient’s major body systems
  • Enhance your understanding of the minimum database and its’ interpretation
  • Implement your assessment of your patients when considering their fluid, electrolyte and transfusion requirements
  • Understand the principles and practical aspects of critical patient monitoring
  • Recognise imminent cardiopulmonary arrest more promptly
  • Learn how to select and apply both basic and advanced life support

This module includes a practical session where the following techniques will be reviewed:

  • Placing a tracheostomy tube
  • Thoracocentesis
  • Chest drain placement and appropriate management

Speaker: Simon Tappin VetMB MA,CertSAM,DipECVIM-CA MRCVS
Endocrinology I
Oct 2021 | Swindon

Key learning objectives:

  • Get to grips with the underlying principles of endocrine anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology
  • Become familiar with the clinical signs and diagnostic approaches in cats and dogs with endocrine disorders such as
    • Hypo and hyperadrenocorticism – common and uncommon presentations
    • Hypo and hyperthyroidism
    • Primary and Secondary hyperparathyroidism
  • Understand the basis of medical and (where appropriate) surgical management for diseases affecting the adrenal, thyroid and parathyroid glands

Speaker: Abby Caine VetMB BA CertVDI DipECVDI MRCVS
Endocrinology II
Nov 2021 | Swindon

Key learning objectives:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the pathophysiology and clinical signs associated with endocrine pancreatic disease including insulinoma
  • Describe the investigation and management of diabetes mellitus and diabetic ketoacidosis in the dog and cat
  • Get to grips with understanding the causes of failure to control diabetes and the approach to the unstable diabetic patient
  • Understand the pathophysiology of pituitary endocrine diseases
  • Become familiar with the clinical signs, investigation and management of pituitary endocrine disease in the dog and cat

Speaker: Abby Caine VetMB BA CertVDI DipECVDI MRCVS
Medical Oncology Online Module
Dec 2021 | Online

Delivered online through our Moodle platform supported by the module tutor/speaker

Key learning objectives:

  • Be able to understand the principles of tumour biology and staging
  • Formulate a general investigative approach to the cancer patient
  • Develop your understanding of chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgical oncology
  • Familiarise yourself with the therapeutic management of common canine and feline neoplasms
  • Enable yourself to recognise and manage common oncologic emergencies

Speaker: Abby Caine VetMB BA CertVDI DipECVDI MRCVS
Dermatology + Practical Session
Jan 2022 | Swindon

Key learning objectives:

  • Develop a problem-solving approach to skin diseases
  • Describe the steps involved in dermatologic examination in cats and dogs
  • List and understand the techniques used for the laboratory investigation of skin disease and when they should be used
  • Recommend a rational problem-solving approach to the investigation and treatment of :
    • Alopecia
    • Pruritus
  • Become familiar with the common presentations of bacterial, parasitic and fungal skin disease
  • Identify common dermatologic manifestations of systemic disease and their pathogenesis

Speaker: Rosario Cerundolo DVM CertVD DiplECVD MRCVS
Medical Neurology
Feb 2022 | Swindon

Key learning objectives:

  • Revise your understanding of the principles of functional neuroanatomy
  • Become adept at a thorough and systematic neurologic examination to help you localise lesions
  • List and understand further diagnostic techniques available to investigate neurologic disease
  • Consider the investigation and management of common neurologic syndromes
  • Understand the steps involved in the investigation into the aetiology of seizures in dogs and cats
  • Improve your ability to manage seizures in an emergency and longer term.

Speaker: Laurent Garosi DipECVN MRCVS
Urology I
Mar 2022 | Swindon

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand the diagnostic techniques available to investigate urinary disease
  • Delve into the detail of the pathophysiology of acute and chronic renal failure, glomerular disease and proteinuria
  • Develop your investigative approach into renal disease
  • Improve your therapeutic management of such cases

Speaker: Susana Silva DVM CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS European Specialist in Veterinary Small Animal Medicine
Urology II
Apr 2022 | Swindon

Key learning objectives:

  • Describe and understand the factors involved in the development of crystalluria and urolithiasis in cats and dogs
  • Understand the principles of management of lower urinary tract disease in cats and dogs
  • Explore the often complicated management of FLUTD and urethral obstruction
  • Examine the possible causes of urinary incontinence, their diagnosis and management
  • Classify canine prostatic diseases and understand their pathogenesis, diagnosis and medical management

Speaker: Susana Silva DVM CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS European Specialist in Veterinary Small Animal Medicine
Infectious Disease Online Module
May 2022 | Online

Delivered online through our Moodle platform supported by the module tutor/speaker

Key learning objectives:

  • Compile a list of the major infectious diseases in dogs and cats
  • Describe the diagnosis and management of common infectious diseases in dogs and cats
  • Familiarise yourself with the clinical signs of significant imported diseases occurring in dogs and cats
  • Understand the principles of vaccination and vaccination regimes
  • Learn the steps involved in the pet travel scheme
  • List notifiable diseases in dogs and cats

Speaker: Abby Caine VetMB BA CertVDI DipECVDI MRCVS
Ophthalmology + Practical Session
Jun 2022 | Swindon

Key learning objectives:

  • Perfect your ability to perform common ophthalmic examination techniques:
    • Basic neuro-ophthalmological examination
    • Ophthalmoscopy: Distant Direct; Close Direct & Indirect
    • Correct use of Fluoroscein for corneal evaluation
    • Tonometry & Gonioscopy
  • Get to grips with current ocular therapeutics: what do you need to have on your pharmacy shelf?
  • Familiarise yourself with the medical management of common ocular conditions
  • Identify the ocular manifestations of systemic diseases
  • Be able to recognise common ocular conditions that require surgery

Speaker: Sally Turner VetMB MA DVOphthal MRCVS

Venue: Swindon
Start date: 8 October 2020

Small Animal Medicine
8 Oct 2020
6 Jun 2022
p
20 Day Course
Swindon
Rosario Cerundolo, Joel Silva, Laurent Garosi, Marta Costa, Philip Strom, Sally Turner, Susana Silva, Simon Tappin
£10,995.00 + VAT

Venue: Sheffield
Start date: 14 October 2020

Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine + Practical Session
Oct 2020 | Sheffield

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand the rationale behind selection of appropriate tests for your patients
  • Consider the different sampling techniques, sample processing and identify factors that may affect them
  • Become familiar with the clinical pathology of hepatobiliary and renal disease
  • Structure your approach to anaemia to differentiate between non-regenerative and regenerative types before determining possible underlying causes
  • Transform your understanding of haemostasis to enable you to determine when, why and how it goes wrong
  • Use your knowledge to interpret laboratory data from clinical patients to help you prioritise further investigations
  • Develop your haematological skills by becoming adept at interpreting both normal and abnormal haemograms, identifying reticulocytes and discovering platelet and white cell abnormalities
  • Improve your approach to patients with neutropaenia and marked leucocytosis

Speaker: Marta Costa DVM MSc FRCPath DipECVCP MRCVS
Cytology + Practical Session
Nov 2020 | Sheffield

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand the principles and practical aspects of cytological sample collection, storage and preparation
  • Maximise the value of your microscopy skills
  • Perfect your ability to describe the principles of routine cytological examination and how this informs a cytological diagnosis
  • Transform your understanding of the different cytological characteristics of effusions, aspirates and lavage samples
  • Familiarise yourself with some of the conditions most commonly diagnosed by cytology

Speaker: Marta Costa DVM MSc FRCPath DipECVCP MRCVS
Diagnostic Imaging Theory
Jan 2021 | Sheffield

Key learning objectives:

  • Review the principles of radiography, radiology and the significance of radiation protection
  • Appreciate the use of contrast radiography in a variety of situations and using a variety of techniques
  • Understand the principles of ultrasound imaging
  • Familiarise yourself with the basic principles of advanced imaging
  • Compare and contrast CT and MRI as diagnostic tools

Speaker: Philip Strom DVM, DACVR, MRCVS, Diplomate American College of Veterinary Radiology
Diagnostic Imaging Practical Film Reading and Abdominal Ultrasound
Jan 2021 | Sheffield

This practical day will include:

  • Case based discussion
  • Film reading session
  • Practical abdominal ultrasound scanning

Key learning objectives:

  • Develop your ability to critique radiographs
  • Enhance your skills in interpreting radiographs in a systematic and thorough manner
  • Practice your ultrasound imaging skills to help you to differentiate between normal and abnormal abdominal structures

Speaker: Philip Strom DVM, DACVR, MRCVS, Diplomate American College of Veterinary Radiology
Respiratory disease Online Module - date tbc
Feb 2021 | Online

Delivered online through our Moodle platform supported by the module tutor/speaker

Key learning objectives:

  • Improve your understanding of the importance of a detailed and thorough physical examination
  • Integrate a dyspnoea algorithm into your investigations of respiratory disease
  • Develop an understanding of the importance of diagnostic aids in the investigation of respiratory disease: radiography; endoscopy; ultrasonography and cytology
  • Consolidate your knowledge of upper and lower airway disease, parenchymal and pleural space disease
  • Familiarise yourself with the principles of primary and ancillary respiratory therapeutics
  • Learn the best approach to the acute management of the dyspnoeic patient

Speaker: Abby Caine VetMB BA CertVDI DipECVDI MRCVS
Cardiovascular Medicine I
Mar 2021 | Sheffield

Key learning objectives:

  • Extend your understanding of the principles and importance of a physical examination in patients with suspected cardiac disease
  • Familiarise yourself with the principles of electrocardiography
  • Integrate your understanding of the approach to electrocardiographic interpretation to help you identify common arrhythmias
  • Improve your evaluation of thoracic radiographs in reference to cardiac patients
  • Understand the basic principles of echocardiography and its role in diagnosis of cardiac disease

Speaker: Joel Silva DVM DipECVIM-CA (Cardiology) MRCVS
Cardiovascular Medicine II
Apr 2021 | Sheffield

Key learning objectives:

  • Recognise and understand the events involved in the pathophysiology of cardiac failure
  • Define systolic and diastolic failure
  • Appreciate the species differences in prevalence of congenital and acquired cardiac diseases
  • Describe the major congenital cardiac diseases in dogs and cats
  • Transform your understanding of the pathophysiology, diagnosis and management of acquired valvular, myocardial and pericardial diseases
  • Familiarise yourself with the therapeutic options and their applications in patients with cardiac disease
  • Learn how to manage emergency cardiac patients for improved outcomes

Speaker: Joel Silva DVM DipECVIM-CA (Cardiology) MRCVS
Gastroenterology I
May 2021 | Sheffield

Key learning objectives:

  • Develop your understanding of deglutition and dysphagia
  • Familiarise yourself with the pathophysiology of:
    • Regurgitation
    • Acute and chronic vomiting
    • Diarrhoea
  • Enhance your diagnostic approach to gastrointestinal abnormalities
  • Describe the principles and basic use of endoscopy in the diagnosis of gastrointestinal disease and when it is indicated

To be confirmed
Gastroenterology II
Jun 2021 | Sheffield

Key learning objectives:

  • Improve your understanding of the pathophysiology of hepatic and hepatobiliary disease
  • Devise a systematic diagnostic approach to the jaundiced patient
  • Perfect your investigative approach to suspected hepatobiliary disease
  • Understand the pathophysiology of exocrine pancreatic disease
  • Describe the investigative approach to acute and chronic exocrine pancreatic diseases
  • Discuss the therapeutic options in hepatobiliary and pancreatic diseases

To be confirmed
Immunology Online Module - date tbc
Jul 2021 | Online

Delivered online through our Moodle platform supported by the module tutor/speaker.

Key learning objectives:

  • Learn the basis of immune function and the immune response to better understand the pathophysiology of immune-mediated disease
  • Develop your diagnostic approach to common immune-mediated diseases in small animals
  • Transform your understanding of the basis of therapy for immune-mediated diseases
  • Discuss the use of common immunosuppressive therapies

Speaker: Abby Caine VetMB BA CertVDI DipECVDI MRCVS
Emergency Medicine and Critical Care + Practical Session
Sep 2021 | Sheffield

Key learning objectives:

  • Familiarise yourself with a thorough and systematic approach to the assessment of the critically ill patient’s major body systems
  • Enhance your understanding of the minimum database and its’ interpretation
  • Implement your assessment of your patients when considering their fluid, electrolyte and transfusion requirements
  • Understand the principles and practical aspects of critical patient monitoring
  • Recognise imminent cardiopulmonary arrest more promptly
  • Learn how to select and apply both basic and advanced life support

This module includes a practical session where the following techniques will be reviewed:

  • Placing a tracheostomy tube
  • Thoracocentesis
  • Chest drain placement and appropriate management

Speaker: Simon Tappin VetMB MA,CertSAM,DipECVIM-CA MRCVS
Endocrinology I
Oct 2021 | Sheffield

Key learning objectives:

  • Get to grips with the underlying principles of endocrine anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology
  • Become familiar with the clinical signs and diagnostic approaches in cats and dogs with endocrine disorders such as
    • Hypo and hyperadrenocorticism – common and uncommon presentations
    • Hypo and hyperthyroidism
    • Primary and Secondary hyperparathyroidism
  • Understand the basis of medical and (where appropriate) surgical management for diseases affecting the adrenal, thyroid and parathyroid glands

Speaker: Michael E. Herrtage MA BVSc DVSc DVR DVD DSAM DECVDI DECVIM FRCVS
Endocrinology II
Nov 2021 | Sheffield

Key learning objectives:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the pathophysiology and clinical signs associated with endocrine pancreatic disease including insulinoma
  • Describe the investigation and management of diabetes mellitus and diabetic ketoacidosis in the dog and cat
  • Get to grips with understanding the causes of failure to control diabetes and the approach to the unstable diabetic patient
  • Understand the pathophysiology of pituitary endocrine diseases
  • Become familiar with the clinical signs, investigation and management of pituitary endocrine disease in the dog and cat

Speaker: Michael E. Herrtage MA BVSc DVSc DVR DVD DSAM DECVDI DECVIM FRCVS
Medical Oncology Online Module
Dec 2021 | Online

Delivered online through our Moodle platform supported by the module tutor/speaker

Key learning objectives:

  • Be able to understand the principles of tumour biology and staging
  • Formulate a general investigative approach to the cancer patient
  • Develop your understanding of chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgical oncology
  • Familiarise yourself with the therapeutic management of common canine and feline neoplasms
  • Enable yourself to recognise and manage common oncologic emergencies

Speaker: Abby Caine VetMB BA CertVDI DipECVDI MRCVS
Dermatology + Practical Session
Jan 2022 | Sheffield

Key learning objectives:

  • Develop a problem-solving approach to skin diseases
  • Describe the steps involved in dermatologic examination in cats and dogs
  • List and understand the techniques used for the laboratory investigation of skin disease and when they should be used
  • Recommend a rational problem-solving approach to the investigation and treatment of :
    • Alopecia
    • Pruritus
  • Become familiar with the common presentations of bacterial, parasitic and fungal skin disease
  • Identify common dermatologic manifestations of systemic disease and their pathogenesis

Speaker: Rosario Cerundolo DVM CertVD DiplECVD MRCVS
Medical Neurology
Feb 2022 | Sheffield

Key learning objectives:

  • Revise your understanding of the principles of functional neuroanatomy
  • Become adept at a thorough and systematic neurologic examination to help you localise lesions
  • List and understand further diagnostic techniques available to investigate neurologic disease
  • Consider the investigation and management of common neurologic syndromes
  • Understand the steps involved in the investigation into the aetiology of seizures in dogs and cats
  • Improve your ability to manage seizures in an emergency and longer term.

Speaker: Laurent Garosi DipECVN MRCVS
Urology I
Mar 2022 | Sheffield

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand the diagnostic techniques available to investigate urinary disease
  • Delve into the detail of the pathophysiology of acute and chronic renal failure, glomerular disease and proteinuria
  • Develop your investigative approach into renal disease
  • Improve your therapeutic management of such cases


To be confirmed
Urology II
Apr 2022 | Sheffield

Key learning objectives:

  • Describe and understand the factors involved in the development of crystalluria and urolithiasis in cats and dogs
  • Understand the principles of management of lower urinary tract disease in cats and dogs
  • Explore the often complicated management of FLUTD and urethral obstruction
  • Examine the possible causes of urinary incontinence, their diagnosis and management
  • Classify canine prostatic diseases and understand their pathogenesis, diagnosis and medical management

To be confirmed
Infectious Disease Online Module
May 2022 | Online

Delivered online through our Moodle platform supported by the module tutor/speaker

Key learning objectives:

  • Compile a list of the major infectious diseases in dogs and cats
  • Describe the diagnosis and management of common infectious diseases in dogs and cats
  • Familiarise yourself with the clinical signs of significant imported diseases occurring in dogs and cats
  • Understand the principles of vaccination and vaccination regimes
  • Learn the steps involved in the pet travel scheme
  • List notifiable diseases in dogs and cats

Speaker: Abby Caine VetMB BA CertVDI DipECVDI MRCVS
Ophthalmology + Practical Session
Jun 2022 | Sheffield

Key learning objectives:

  • Perfect your ability to perform common ophthalmic examination techniques:
    • Basic neuro-ophthalmological examination
    • Ophthalmoscopy: Distant Direct; Close Direct & Indirect
    • Correct use of Fluoroscein for corneal evaluation
    • Tonometry & Gonioscopy
  • Get to grips with current ocular therapeutics: what do you need to have on your pharmacy shelf?
  • Familiarise yourself with the medical management of common ocular conditions
  • Identify the ocular manifestations of systemic diseases
  • Be able to recognise common ocular conditions that require surgery


Speaker: Sally Turner VetMB MA DVOphthal MRCVS

Venue: Sheffield
Start date: 14 October 2020

Small Animal Medicine
14 Oct 2020
16 Jun 2022
p
20 Day Course
Sheffield
Rosario Cerundolo, Joel Silva, Laurent Garosi, Marta Costa, Michael E. Herrtage, Philip Strom, Sally Turner, Simon Tappin, Kevin Murtagh
£10,995.00 + VAT

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Venue: Swindon
Start date: 8 October 2020

Small Animal Medicine
8 Oct 2020
6 Jun 2022
p
20 Day Course
Swindon
Rosario Cerundolo, Joel Silva, Laurent Garosi, Marta Costa, Philip Strom, Sally Turner, Susana Silva, Simon Tappin
£10,995.00 + VAT

Venue: Hatfield
Start date: 7 October 2020

Small Animal Medicine
7 Oct 2020
7 Jun 2022
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20 Day Course
Hatfield
Rosario Cerundolo, Joel Silva, Laurent Garosi, Lucy Davison, Marta Costa, Philip Strom, Sally Turner, Susana Silva, Simon Tappin
£10,995.00 + VAT

Venue: Sheffield
Start date: 14 October 2020

Small Animal Medicine
14 Oct 2020
16 Jun 2022
p
20 Day Course
Sheffield
Rosario Cerundolo, Joel Silva, Laurent Garosi, Marta Costa, Michael E. Herrtage, Philip Strom, Sally Turner, Simon Tappin, Kevin Murtagh
£10,995.00 + VAT

What do our customers think of our training?

The teaching at Improve is excellent and I have been able to take what I have learnt back to use in practice. It’s not just the lectures themselves but the practical work we did straight afterwards which drives home everything, which is why Improve’s modular programmes are so great. The difference it’s made in the […] Read more... Garrick Ponte

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Venue: Swindon
Start date: 8 October 2020

Small Animal Medicine
8 Oct 2020
6 Jun 2022
p
20 Day Course
Swindon
Rosario Cerundolo, Joel Silva, Laurent Garosi, Marta Costa, Philip Strom, Sally Turner, Susana Silva, Simon Tappin
£10,995.00 + VAT

Venue: Hatfield
Start date: 7 October 2020

Small Animal Medicine
7 Oct 2020
7 Jun 2022
p
20 Day Course
Hatfield
Rosario Cerundolo, Joel Silva, Laurent Garosi, Lucy Davison, Marta Costa, Philip Strom, Sally Turner, Susana Silva, Simon Tappin
£10,995.00 + VAT

Venue: Sheffield
Start date: 14 October 2020

Small Animal Medicine
14 Oct 2020
16 Jun 2022
p
20 Day Course
Sheffield
Rosario Cerundolo, Joel Silva, Laurent Garosi, Marta Costa, Michael E. Herrtage, Philip Strom, Sally Turner, Simon Tappin, Kevin Murtagh
£10,995.00 + VAT

What do our customers think of our training?

The teaching at Improve is excellent and I have been able to take what I have learnt back to use in practice. It’s not just the lectures themselves but the practical work we did straight afterwards which drives home everything, which is why Improve’s modular programmes are so great. The difference it’s made in the […] Read more... Garrick Ponte

BVSc GPCert(SAM) MRCVS

I chose Improve International as they are an established company, they’ve got a good reputation and I have done a number of courses with them previously and had access to top qualified speakers. Read more... Robyn Farquhar

BVSc GPCert(SAM) MRCVS