November 27th, 2023
The Veterinary Clinical Collection 2023
Gear up for a week-long dive into the latest advancements and essential skills in veterinary medicine! 🐾👨⚕️ Join us from December 4 to December 8 for the Veterinary Clinical Collection 2023, a FREE on-demand event hosted by The Webinar Vet.
Embark on a transformative journey into the heart of veterinary clinical advancements! The event promises an unparalleled opportunity for professionals to deepen their knowledge and sharpen their skills. The on-demand content explores a comprehensive range of topics, from the nuances of palliative care for cancer patients to the latest advancements in diagnosing and treating bladder and prostate tumours. You'll also gain valuable insights into clinical ocular pharmacology, the complexities of canine gastro-intestinal diseases, and effective management strategies for cats with chronic kidney disease.
The Veterinary Clinical Collection brings together a stellar lineup of industry experts, thought leaders, and seasoned practitioners. These professionals, renowned in their respective fields, will share insights, strategies, and best practices, providing attendees with a wealth of knowledge to enhance their clinical proficiency.
Agenda and Speakers: Unraveling the Veterinary Excellence
Palliative Care for the Cancer Patient by Caroline Boothroyd: Explore the world of palliative care, improving the quality of life for pets facing life-threatening illnesses. Learn when to opt for palliative care, ensuring the well-being of your furry companions.
What to Give When? A Practical Guide to Clinical Ocular Pharmacology by Ron Ofri: Delve into the realm of ocular pharmacology with a practical guide on drugs, side effects, and administration routes.
Bladder & Prostate Tumours – Is There More We Can Do for Them? by Owen Davies: Navigate the challenges of managing bladder and prostate tumors in dogs and cats. Discover exciting diagnostic tests and treatments, transforming the prognosis in 2023!
Approach to Canine Gastro-Intestinal Diseases by Benoît Cuq: Unravel the complexities of chronic enteropathies in dogs, equipping veterinarians and pet owners with a deeper understanding.
Chronic Kidney Disease in the Cat: Things to Consider by Danielle Gunn-Moore: Investigate the classification and personalized long-term management of cats with chronic kidney disease. Explore interventions, including fluid status, nutrition, and monitoring.
Don't miss this golden opportunity to enhance your veterinary expertise! They will be available on-demand until the 4th of January. Save your seat here