Small animal pain management will be the topic under the microscope at the latest CPD event from the Veterinary Christian Fellowship (VCF).

In pain dog.
Delegates will leave the session with a ‘tool kit’ to use in practice. IMAGE: Fotolia/shake_pl.

“The problem of pain – evidence and anecdote in small animal pain management” will be hosted by veterinary anaesthesia specialist Gwen Covey-Crump on 18 May.

‘Tricky problem’

She said: “We will talk about how to engage clients in the process and get the whole veterinary team on board – nurse, receptionist, vet and client.

“Delegates will leave equipped with a chronic pain ‘tool kit’ to simplify treatment of this tricky problem.”

The event will take place at the University of Bristol School of Veterinary Sciences in Langford from 9:15am to 5pm.

Tickets cost £120 and include refreshments and a buffet lunch.

For more information, or to register, visit the VCF website or email cpd@vcf.org.uk

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