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    The Society of Practicing Veterinary Surgeons (SPVS) and the Veterinary Management Group (VMG) will run a programme of highly focussed non-clinical CPD training days in 2019 sponsored by Hill’s and Simplyhealth. The focus will be on the recruitment, retention and wellbeing of the practice team and business profitability, two aspects of veterinary practice that should go hand in hand. For a list of courses and full details visit www.spvs-vmg-events.co.uk In addition, this year, SPVS and VMG in partnership with RCVS Mind Matters Initiative will also run 4 ‘Wellbeing in Practice’ training days, sharing some of the best examples from the SPVS/ MMI Vet Wellbeing Awards. For anyone booking before 28 February, there is a 10% early bird offer. Simply enter the discount code, NewYear2019 when registering online.


    Courses, dates and locations as follows:

    • 5 March, Bristol: Where do you Want to Be in Five Years’ Time? • 14 March, Milton Keynes: Vet Wellbeing in Practice • 27 March, Edinburgh: Vet Wellbeing in Practice • 9 May, Milton Keynes: The Recruitment & Retention Revolution • 16 May, Solihull: Health Plans: Achieving 50% sign up and beyond • 23 May, Milton Keynes: Progressing into Management • 19 June, Nottingham: Managing Bereavement & End of Life Care • 26 June, Coventry: Focus on Practice Finance • 11 September, Edinburgh: Progressing into Management • 18 September, Solihull: Vet Wellbeing in Practice • 3 October, Preston: Vet Wellbeing in Practice • 27 November, Solihull: Quality Improvement

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