Mount International United Services (MIUS) has announced a series of CPD dates for CT and ultrasound training courses.

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These practical courses will be held at MIUS’ head offices in Gloucester. Course dates are:

Ultrasound courses

  • 15 March (Introduction to abdominal and cardiology imaging)
  • 26 April (Intermediate level abdominal and cardiology imaging)
  • 7 June (Advanced level cardiology imaging)

Practical CT courses

  • 23 May
  • 22 August
  • 24 October

Providing confidence

A spokesman said: “MIUS offer value for money courses aimed at a range of skill levels with the aim of allowing you to get more from your scanner and providing you with the confidence to provide a fast and accurate diagnosis.”

For more information, visit the MIUS veterinary website. Alternatively, call 01452729380 or email to book a place.

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