The International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM) has announced its nurse and technician membership has reached 10,000 nurses worldwide, with users in 72 different countries.

ISFM website
ISFM nurse and technician membership provides free, high-quality CPD materials to nurses and technicians.

Membership is free and provides nurses with the monthly online Feline Focus journal and a webinar, which can be watched live or viewed as a recording.

The 34 webinars delivered so far have been watched more than 33,000 times.

High quality CPD

Sam Taylor, editor of Feline Focus and director of ISFM’s nursing distance education courses and webinars, said: “When we launched the ISFM nurse and technician membership in late 2014, our aim was to provide high quality CPD materials to nurses and technicians online, to further their knowledge of all things cats.

“I am extremely proud that we have a community of 10,000 nurses and technicians who enjoy reading our journal and watching our webinars. The enthusiasm our members have for learning, and the passion they show for cats in their care is inspiring and I hope we can gain another 10,000 members in the next three years.”

  • Visit the ISFM website to sign up for free ISFM nurse and technician membership.
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