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Calling all Vets in the South West: Join Our Referral CPD Study Day


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    When is it time to seekthe help of a specialist? Our study day is free for all vets and focusses on the red flags for referral cases
    Our first ever Referral CPD event will take place on Thursday 7th March from 9:30am – 4:30pm. The event is titled Red Flags in Practice: When to Ask for Help. We’ll focus on just this: knowing the red flags, the symptoms that require immediate referral or the help of a specialist.
    The event is free for all vets in the area, so if you’re a vet living or practising in Bath, Bristol, Gloucester or beyond, we look forward to meeting you!
    Guest speakers includeexperiencedreferral vets from Bath Vet Group, Rowe Vet Group (Bristol) and Vale Vets (Gloucester). Their areas of expertise include orthopaedics, ophthalmology, soft tissue surgery, dermatology, cardiology, oncology, internal medicine, analgesia and neurology. The event will take place at the fabulous De Vere Tortworth Court Hotel, Gloucestershire, where the atmosphere will be relaxed, informal and above all, very insightful, informative and fun.
    The event is free of charge and includes lunch, refreshments and fun energiser activity.
    If you’re interested, book now by clicking here [].
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