Veterinary professionals signing to Boehringer Ingelheim’s online CPD resource will have the chance to not only sharpen their clinical skills, but their creative ones too, with a free colouring book.

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Vets and VNs signing up to the Boehringer Academy will receive a free colouring book.

Vets and VNs who join the Boehringer Academy will also be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad Pro and Apple Pencil.

Hundreds of CPD hours

The Boehringer Academy holds hundreds of hours of CPD material on equine, companion and production animal topics, delivered via webinars, podcasts, videos and downloadable documents, the company explained.

Academy members can view content at their convenience and activity is recorded on a log. Downloadable certificates are also available.

Thousands of members

Boehringer’s small animal marketing team leader Jemima Mead said: “We already have more than 15,000 vets and nurses in the UK and Ireland registered with the academy.”

To join and complete your profile to be entered into the prize draw and receive your colouring book, visit the Boehringer Academy website.

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