Vetacademy has launched a new service that is designed to make accessing CPD from multiple sources on clinical and practice management topics simple, quick and cost effective. 

The growing popularity of online CPD within the veterinary profession has prompted Vetacademy to launch a new service that makes accessing CPD from multiple sources on clinical and practice management topics simple, quick and cost effective.  

The new Vetacademy video player.As the online CPD service from online veterinary content supplier Vetstream, Vetacademy already provides an extensive range of online CPD modules. However, it has now released a platform to provide specialist veterinary videos, enabling practice team members to watch a surgical technique or catch up on a disease via a lecture from a leading clinician at their convenience.

Using the new Vetacademy video player, veterinary professionals can have access to more than 170 videos from a range of CPD providers and veterinary specialists, including the Royal Veterinary College, the Association of Anaesthetists and Video Vet.

Some videos are provided free of charge and others are available on a “pay-per-view” basis with free previews and no subscription fee or downloads required.

Dr G Mark Johnston, founder of Vetacademy, explained: “Online CPD is increasingly the option of choice because it’s convenient and removes the need to travel.”

“Vetacademy offers a ‘department store’, bringing together best of breed CPD from a wide range of providers. It offers a broad choice of clinical and practice management video content with viewers paying only for the videos they want to see.”

Users of Vetacademy are also able to access peer reviewed clinical content on Vetstream Canis, Equis, Lapis and Felis for their clinical cases and CPD activity.

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