RCVS rabbit medicine and surgery specialist Frances Harcourt-Brown will be hosting a range of rabbit-related CPD courses in the new year.

Image: © Freeimages/ Denny Mohr.
Image: © Freeimages/Denny Mohr.

A two-day course suitable for veterinary nurses and vets new to treating rabbits will take place in January 2016.

A further three two-day courses on advanced rabbit and medicine surgery will then take place over the remainder of the year, with the final two-day module focusing on surgery.

Last year, Mrs Harcourt-Brown – well known as the only RCVS specialist in rabbit medicine and surgery – produced a successful six-part modular course that gave attendees an in-depth view of diseases, their prevention and treatment in pet rabbits.

A final two-day module was a surgical course with one day of lectures and one day of practical surgery proved popular, with the surgical course oversubscribed.

For course dates and more information, visit www.harcourt-brown.co.uk

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