The new Small Animal Dentistry Core Principles course from Elsevier is now available from Vetacademy. Covering topics including oral anatomy and physiology; the oral and dental examination and tooth extraction techniques.
The complete Elsevier course contains six modules, providing a comprehensive overview of veterinary dental care in small animals. Each module contains approximately 50 interactive screens, including self-assessment questions leading to a personalised CPD certificate.
Vetacademy videoplayer now accessible from Vetsforum
The Vetacademy video player has over 150 specialist videos to choose from. An assortment of videos are available including surgery videos from the Video Vet, pathology short films from R(D)SVS and anaesthesia presentations by The Association of Veterinary Anaesthetists.
No subscription is required and every lecture and surgical procedure has free previews. There’s no hassle and you see exactly what you’re getting before you pay anything.
The Kennel Club have released a 30 minute video showcasing the main issues that affect dogs and what is being done to combat them. The video includes details on hereditary diseases, puppy farms and general dog welfare.
Free tips on practice management from across the profession
Every fortnight Dr. John Sheridan releases an informative video series that covers a variety of issues in opening, running and maintaining a successful veterinary practice. The series is completely free and has a of detailed information you simply won’t find anywhere else.
Episode 56 explores creating an exceptional veterinary team, doing more for less stress and how you reach decisions. You can see the full episode at www.veterinarybusinessvideoshow.com.
To see a quick 5 minute teaser click the video below:
BCF Technology have released an instructional abdominal ultrasound video guide in collaboration with The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies with an exam at the end. All 9 guides in conjunction with the test count towards your CPD (UK+NI only).
The video guide is presented by Kimberly Palgrave and is extremely thorough. Definitely worth a look. The videos can be viewed on YouTube with the test found here. If you are a member of VetSurgeon you can also access the guides here.
Sometimes it’s easy to get carried away with all the big news in the veterinary world and forget to recognise the vital work practices carry out each day.
One such practice is Blacks Veterinary Group in Dudley, UK. Blacks Veterinary Group has embraced new technology and filmed a video tour of their practice, regularly update with interesting cases on their Facebook page and actively promote causes (e.g. blood donation drives) on their website.
It’s by no means easy getting your practice known online – especially via social media where without a definitive strategy you can wind up with no results. With their enthusiasm and the quality of their posts, Blacks Veterinary Group are going about it in the right way. We wish them the best of luck!
Take a look at Blacks Veterinary Group’s website here. If you want to see their great work on Facebook click here.