Great New Veterinary Webinars for May

Merseyside, England United Kingdom (PressExposure) May 17, 2011 -- We start with Dr Clive Elwood from Davies Specialist referrals from Hitchin who will be discussing common arrhythmias in the dog. As well as discussing aetiology, he will talk about the interpretation of ECGs and available treatments. This webinar will be held on 5th May 2011 at 9pm. This webinar is free to members and will cost £35 plus VAT for non-members.

The following Thursday, Professor Mike Herrtage returns due to popular demand to present on radiography of the abdomen after his very successful webinar earlier this year on radiography of the chest. Our delegates loved this webinar because of the clarity of the radiographs that appeared on our delegates' computer screens along with Prof Herrtage's excellent content. Many delegates requested an abdominal radiography webinar so here it is! We look forward to seeing you at this webinar

On 19th May, Professor John Innes of my alma mater, Liverpool Vet School returns to talk about basic fracture repair that even a dermatologist may be able to accomplish. I am waiting with bated breath!

Finally on 26th May, I am thrilled to have persuaded Professor Stephen White of UC Davis, California to explore the commoner auto-immune skin diseases with us. Prof White did a fantastic series on equine dermatologyearlier in the year( available as a download of 5 hours of information and was very keen to share his expertise in the tricky area of auto-immune diseases.

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Please feel free to contact Wendy on wendy if you have any questions or are struggling to register for any of the vet cpd (

Please also consider our membership scheme if you are thinking of attending a couple of veterinary webinars as this represents better value and also gives you access to all previous webinar recordings

Anthony ChadwickBVScCertVD MRCVS

The Webinar Vet

About Companion Consultancy is a fairly new company set up by Anthony Chadwick to answer a need for good quality, easily accessible CPD for busy practising vets. Many vets finish at 7 pm and then rush out for an 8pm meeting 40 minutes away up the motorway.

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