Vets in Germany attended a CPD seminar with Dick White recently to learn more about small animal wound management.

Professor Dick White shared his knowledge of small animal wound management.

Organised by VetPlus, the veterinary nutraceutical manufacturer, the full-day session was attended by 80 veterinary practices and covered issues such as wound classification and aetiologies, primary wound closure, secondary healing and principles of wound management and dressings.

Depending on their specialisation, vets are required by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RVCS) to undertake a minimum number of CPD hours per year to ensure they maintain and develop the knowledge and skills relevant to their professional practice and competence.

Professor White is the founder and principal of Dick White Referrals and founder of the Dick White Foundation, which provides education and training programmes for individuals and organisations involved in the care of animals.

Flora Correderas
, overseas subsidiaries director at VetPlus said: “VetPlus was privileged to work with Professor Dick White on this event. His wealth of knowledge and experience was greatly valued by all those that attended, as demonstrated by the positive feedback from delegates, and we’re hoping to deliver similar events at some point in the future.”

The event was held at the Atlantic Hotel in Essen, Germany.

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