The Referral Team
Department: Anaesthesia and Pain Management
MA VetMB Dip.ECVAA MRCVS
European Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia
Jo graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2006. After time as an equine intern, two years working in mixed practice in Suffolk and time in small animal emergency practice, Jo undertook a three year residency in Anaesthesia and Analgesia at the University of Cambridge. The residency involved the highest training in all aspects of anaesthesia, pain management and critical care, in all species, particularly small animals, horses and farm animals.
Jo moved to Derby in December 2011 to develop the Anaesthesia and Pain Management team at Pride Veterinary Centre, where she provides expertise in anaesthesia and exemplary pain management. Jo loves all aspects of her job, particularly applied physiology, teaching and the problem solving challenges of anaesthesia. She has a passion for pain management and relishes the ability to provide first-class analgesia with the greatest benefit to many of the patients seen at Pride Veterinary Centre. She has particular interests in local anaesthetic techniques, such as nerve blocks, epidural/spinal anaesthesia and wound diffusion catheters.
Jo aims to provide a friendly and approachable anaesthesia service to her colleagues at Pride Veterinary Centre and welcomes anaesthesia referrals and advice requests. She passed the European Diploma in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia in 2012 and is a European Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia.
When not working, Jo loves baking (attempting to be as good as the Great British Bake Off!) and spending time outdoors, tending to the vegetable patch and walking with her beautiful Springer Spaniel, Maggie.
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