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We also offer regular Clinical Clubs and CPD evenings. These give you an opportunity to meet our team and have a look at the hospital facilities as well as being an informal way of keeping up-to-date, learning new skills, picking up practical tips and most importantly discussing difficult and frustrating cases. They also help us to understand how best to tailor our referral services to your needs.

Our next Clinical Club events are:

 

Thursday 16th June 2016

Nursing Clinical Club - Wound Management: Initial Assessment & Treatment of the Wound Patient

presented by Flick Caldwell BSc (hons) CVN, Dip HECVN, DipAVN (Small Animal), RVN

Nurses will frequently encounter patients, presenting with wounds, who have been subjected to varying degrees of trauma. This month's clinical club will focus on the stages involved in assessing & triaging the wound patient and evaluating different wound types. We will also discuss the vital steps required for preserving and managing wounds during the initial phase of treatment.

Flick is currently a small animal Theatre Nurse at Pride Veterinary Centre and has a passion for all things surgical and theatre related, especially orthopaedics. Flick gained her RCVS Advanced Nursing Diploma in 2012 and has plans to undertake the Veterinary Technician Specialist Certificate in Surgery. She enjoys providing frequent CPD for both student and qualified veterinary nurses, and has also lectured at BSAVA Congress.

 

To book your place, please email post@prideveterinarycentre.co.uk or call 01332 548911

 

Tuesday 28th June 2016 - POSTPONED FROM 6TH JUNE

Fracture Fight Club - A Practical Approach to Fracture Fixation - with small group case-based discussion

Presented by Kinley Smith MA VetMB PhD CertSAS DipECVS MRCVS

and Frances Bird BVSc CertSAS MRCVS

 

To book your place, please email post@prideveterinarycentre.co.uk or call 01332 548911

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