Vets4Pets and Companion Care have announced a new free CPD webinar schedule in partnership with Northwest Surgeons and VetsNow Referrals.
After the success of last year’s clinical series, the new schedule combines both clinical and business CPD from Q&A sessions with real Vets4Pets partners to diabetes in cats and brachycephalic airway syndrome.
Each webinar is free and provides delegates with one hour of CPD and a certificate.
Clinical director of Vets Now Referrals Amanda Boag said: “We have seen a clear rise in the popularity of webinar-based CPD events in the veterinary profession over the past few years.”
“The ease of access and general flexibility offered by recorded CPD events allows a much larger audience of vets to access CPD at a time and place most convenient to them.
“We are delighted to be working in partnership with Vets4Pets and Northwest Surgeons to contribute to this webinar series.”
The previous year’s series saw more than 2,300 veterinary professionals register for the webinars.
The group hopes the new subjects will prove to be just as engaging and relevant and the additional business-focused sessions will add variety to the schedule.
Partner relationship manager at Vets4Pets Malcolm Norman said: “As well as being online, the webinars all start at 8pm, which we have seen to be the most popular and well-attended time, so they can be enjoyed from the comfort of your own sofa.
“We felt this was essential as we really want to give something back to the industry and provide all vets with the opportunity to gain quality CPD.”
Vet at Northwest Surgeons Matthew Gurney said: “The webinars with Vets4Pets have provided us with a fantastic opportunity to engage directly with so many practitioners on topics with everyday clinical relevance.”
“The discussion sessions have all been excellent, allowing speakers to answer live questions, thereby providing delegates with as much information as possible.”
The first webinar of the new series is on July 17 and is presented by Ben Harris of Northwest Surgeons on the management of immune-mediated disease.
To register for this webinar or for more information, visit www.myvetpractice.co.uk/webinars