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This discussion-driven webinar aims to work through some interesting case studies which utilized ultrasound as the primary imaging modality. Using an array of curious cases, our speaker will converse on the merits and limitations of ultrasound in abdominal work-ups and the importance of a systematic approach to imaging patients.

Speaker: Rosie Ellis 

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Case Studies in Small Animal Abdominal Ultrasound

Case Studies in Small Animal Abdominal Ultrasound

 

 

Each module of the General Practitioner Certificate Computed Tomography Online Learning Programme in Computed Tomography has been designed to progress your knowledge with abundant film reading sessions and case discussion so that at the end of the programme you will feel comfortable reading CT studies. The Programme will also cover the different regions of the body: head and neck, thorax, abdomen and musculoskeletal system. Step by step decision-making processes will enable you to make the best choice when investigating and managing a wide variety of medical conditions.

This programme is designed for veterinary surgeons who want to deepen their knowledge and manage cases requiring complex diagnostic skills with confidence.

This programme does not currently include a route to the Postgraduate Certificate or route to Advanced Practitioner status.

Set yourself for success with the support of the leading CPD provider – learn how to maintain an excellent quality of life for each pet you treat and achieve a recognised qualification the General Practitioner Certificate awarded by the International School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies (ISVPS).

 

Speakers: Tobias Schwarz, Maurizio Longo

Start date: June 2022

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Improve International Computed Tomography Online

Improve International Computed Tomography Online

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Radiology for Veterinary Nurses

Pending Approval for CVE Credits by VCI

This highly interactive and case-based course aims to provide further training to Veterinary Nurses who have an interest in radiography. The merit of a good quality radiograph cannot be emphasized enough! Interpretation and subsequent differential diagnoses are contingent upon adequate exposure settings and great positioning. Tricks of the trade that are easy to learn and implement, but are so often overlooked in the busy GP clinical setting, are simple yet highly effective. This course will provide lectures, case-based scenarios, quizzes and practical sessions and encourage collaborative radiograph critique. We look forward to you joining us!

Speaker: Rosie Ellis DVM GPCert(DI) MSc BA

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Radiology for Veterinary Nurses

Radiology for Veterinary Nurses

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Radiology I - Thoracic

Pending Approval for CVE Credits by VCI

Thoracic Radiology - Let’s start at the very beginning! Practical tips on sedation, positioning, interpretation and lung patterns!

Speaker: Emma Tobin MVB, MVB, CVR, Dip. ECVDI

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Radiology I - Thoracic

Radiology I - Thoracic

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Radiology II - Abdominal

Pending Approval for CVE Credits by VCI

Radiology II – Abdominal Radiology: Practical tips on positioning, sedation and abdominal anatomy.

Speaker: Emma Tobin MVB, MVB, CVR, Dip. ECVDI

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Radiology II - Abdominal

Radiology II - Abdominal

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Radiology III - Musculoskeletal

Pending Approval for CVE Credits by VCI

Radiology III – Musculoskeletal Radiology: Practical tips on positioning, sedation and musculoskeletal anatomy

Speaker: Emma Tobin MVB, MVB, CVR, Dip. ECVDI

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Radiology III - Musculoskeletal

Radiology III - Musculoskeletal

Pending Approval for VCI CVE Credits

This course is aimed at those with an intermediate level of knowledge in abdominal ultrasound and would be ideally suited to participants who attended our 'Introduction to Small Animal Ultrasound'

During this highly practical course you will be guided to identify normal and abnormal ultrasonographic appearance of the abdomen including: Liver, Spleen, Gastrointestinal tract, urinary tract and pancreas.

Speaker: Rosie Ellis DVM MSc BA

Sponsored by Mindray

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Ultrasound - Abdominal Ultrasound

Ultrasound - Abdominal Ultrasound

An Introduction to Small Animal Ultrasound is aimed at those with limited experience in diagnostic ultrasound. During this highly practical course you will be guided to achieve a good level of proficiency in the practical scanning of the normal abdominal organs and you will receive hands-on experience of scanning the liver and spleen, gastrointestinal tract, urinary and reproductive tract. 

Speaker: Rosie Ellis 

Sponsored by Mindray

Diagnostic Imaging

Ultrasound - An Introduction to Small Animal Ultrasound

Ultrasound - An Introduction to Small Animal Ultrasound

C21-22-0161

Want to learn more about what imaging modality to use when?

This discussion-driven lecture aims to simplify the often-difficult decision of what to image, when and with which modality. Using an array of cases, our speaker will converse on the merits and pitfalls of various imaging modalities and the importance of a systematic approach to Diagnostic Imaging.

Join us for this fun, interactive and informative webinar.

X-Ray, Ultrasound, MRI & CT will all be discussed

Speaker: Rosie Ellis DVM MSc BA 

 

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Webinar - Diagnostic Imaging I: What to choose & when

Webinar - Diagnostic Imaging I: What to choose & when

This lecture will focus on the applications of ultrasound in the emergency setting as a point of care imaging modality for the abdomen and thorax. This “back to basics and then beyond” lecture, will delve into how to perform a comprehensive AFAST and TFAST. 

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Webinar: AFAST and TFAST: All You Need to Know

Webinar: AFAST and TFAST: All You Need to Know

1 CVE Credit

Approved course code: C20-21-0061

CT is becoming more commonplace in Veterinary Medicine. This introduction to CT is aimed at helping the Veterinary Practitioner understand the basic principles, primary indications, and limitations of CT as a diagnostic tool. 

Speaker: Rosie Ellis DVM MSc BA 

Sponsor: MyVet Lucan 

 

 

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Webinar: An introduction to Computed Tomography (CT)

Webinar: An introduction to Computed Tomography (CT)

VCI Approved Course Code C20-21-0129

1 CVE Credit

CT is becoming more commonplace in Veterinary Medicine. Following on from An Introduction to CT this webinar will further explore CT as a diagnostic tool through interesting case studies.

Speaker: Rosie Ellis DVM MSc BA

Sponsor: MyVet Lucan

The webinar is FREE and will be hosted on Zoom - link will be sent separately 

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Webinar: To CT or not CT. Case studies part I

Webinar: To CT or not CT. Case studies part I