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Roadshow

Expert led Best Practice Rabbit Anaesthesia CPD sponsored by Jurox

Remarkable Rabbit Anaesthesia - Northampton

Event date
Wednesday, 6th December 2017


Registrations close on
Tuesday, 28th November 2017


Register Now

Event date
Wednesday, 6th December 2017


Registrations close on
Tuesday, 28th November 2017


Register Now

Remarkable Rabbit Anaesthesia - Northampton


Roadshow Details

Topic: Expert led Best Practice Rabbit Anaesthesia CPD sponsored by Jurox
Date: Wednesday, December 6th 2017
Arrival time for food and registration:7:00 PM
Time: 7:30 PM

Rabbit ownership is increasing, with an estimated 1.5 million pet rabbits in the UK and 2% of UK households owning a rabbit. This rise in the number of pet rabbits has led to an increased demand for rabbit healthcare and veterinary treatments. With this in mind, Jurox (UK) Limited, is hosting a series of evening CPD meetings to promote best practice rabbit anaesthesia within the vet and nursing community. Topics covered during the roadshows include the full anaesthetic procedure in pet rabbits from pre-med through to recovery. They will focus on factors that make pet rabbits different to cats and dogs and practical tips to help reduce the risk of complications in rabbits.

Where

Hilton Northampton
100 Watering Lane, Collingtree, Northampton, NN4 0XW


Speakers

Joanna Hedley

BVM&S DZooMed (Reptilian) Dip DECZM (Herpetology) MRCVS

Joanna qualified from Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in 2003 and spent time in mixed, small animal, exotic and wildlife practice before undertaking a residency in Exotic Animal and Wildlife medicine back at R(D)SVS where she obtained her RCVS Diploma in Zoological Medicine.

She is currently a RCVS specialist in Zoological and Wildlife medicine and European specialist in herpetological medicine. She joined the Royal Veterinary College in 2014 as Lecturer in Exotic Species and Small Mammal Medicine and Surgery. She is based at the Royal Veterinary College in Camden, where she is leads the exotics clinical service and is developing student teaching of exotic species.

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