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Roadshow

Creating Confidence in Complicated Cats, Dealing Diligently with Difficult Dogs

Fearless Feline & Confident Canine Anaesthesia - CPD evening with 3 course meal!

Event date
Thursday, 31st March 2016


Registrations close on
Friday, 25th March 2016


Price - £35. There will be 30 subsidised places at £20/head that will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.


Register Now

Event date
Thursday, 31st March 2016


Registrations close on
Friday, 25th March 2016


Price - £35. There will be 30 subsidised places at £20/head that will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.


Register Now

Fearless Feline & Confident Canine Anaesthesia - CPD evening with 3 course meal!


Roadshow Details

Topic: Creating Confidence in Complicated Cats, Dealing Diligently with Difficult Dogs
Date: Thursday, March 31st 2016
Arrival time for food and registration:7:00 PM
Time: 7:30 PM

The evening will be split into two 1 hour sessions: Session 1: Anaesthesia in the geriatric cat, with specific reference to CKD, Hyperthyroidism, Respiratory disease and HCM. Session 2: An interactive, case-based approach covering: Anaesthesia for canine C-section, GDV, The brachycephalic patient, Cardiac murmurs and The 'aggressive but healthy dog'. A three course meal will be served throughout the evening.

Where

South West
The Celtic Manor Resort, Coldra Woods, Newport, South Wales, NP18 1HQ
01633 413 000


Speakers

Jo Murrell

BVSc, PhD, DipECVA, MRCVS

Jo graduated from Bristol in 1994 and after working in the department as a clinical fellow in anaesthesia she undertook a PhD at Bristol investigating neurophysiological correlates of pain in horses.

In 2001 she moved to University Utrecht as head of small animal anaesthesia and then had the opportunity to spend 2 years in New Zealand carrying out research between 2005 and 2007.

In March 2007 she returned to Bristol where she contributes to the provision of clinical anaesthesia but also has a large research role, heading the anaesthesia and analgesia research group at Langford and collaborating with neuroscience research in the department of physiology and pharmacology.

She is a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia and her research interests focus on clinical pain management and increasing understanding of the fundamental mechanisms of pain perception.


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