Small Animal Neurology: A Practical Approach for the Small Animal Clinician

 
  

Programme fact file

Programme title: Small Animal Neurology: A Practical Approach for the Small Animal Clinician
Qualification: CPD hours 
Start date: Wednesday 18 October 2017  
Duration: 1 day 
Maximum places available: 25
Fees:

£595
10% discount for online bookings (£535.50)
20% discount for alumni/associate practice online bookings (£476)

Available on weekends/evenings: No 

Programme overview

Course description

The aim of this one day course is to present a systematic approach to small animal neurology and will cover how to approach the small animal neurological case logically in first opinion practice to achieve the best outcome.

Course code: VCPDSACP

Speakers

Mike Targett

Dr Mike Targett MA VetMB PhD DipECVN SFHEA MRCVS

Mike Targett graduated with MA, VetMB from the department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine University of Cambridge. He carried out further post graduate studies at Cambridge obtaining a PhD before undertaking a period as University Assistant Surgeon within the Queens Veterinary School Hospital, University of Cambridge.

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In 1998 he moved to a lectureship at the Royal Veterinary College, London leading the small animal neurology service within the Queen Mother Hospital. Following a period in private practice offering a second opinion small animal neurology referral service in the North West of England he joined the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science in 2007.
 
 
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Giunio Cherubini DVM DipECVN MRCVS

Giunio Cherubini is a Veterinary Neurology Specialist with an international reputation and with over a decade of experience in specialist veterinary neurological treatment.

 

 

Programme detail

Topics covered

  • Neurological examination
  • Lesion Localisation
  • Differential diagnosis for common neurological presentations

Learning objectives

  • Accurate and reliable examination of the nervous system
  • Lesion localization
  • Differential diagnosis for common neurological presentations

Required delegate atrributes

This course is suitable for anyone in first opinion practice that is frightened by the neurological case. We hope to demystify the topic and demonstrate that if tackled logically neurology does not have to be intimidating.

Location

About Sutton Bonington Campus

Map and directions

Campus/Address

The University of Nottingham,
Sutton Bonington Campus,
Sutton Bonington,
Leicestershire,
LE12 5RD
UK

Accommodation

About Sutton Bonington

 

Contact

Ruth Readyhoof (CPD Officer) 
t:   +44 (0) 115 951 6647 
 
 
 

Veterinary CPD Education Centre

School of Veterinary Medicine and Science
University of Nottingham
Sutton Bonington Campus
Leicestershire, LE12 5RD

telephone: +44 (0) 115 951 6647
email: veterinary-cpd@nottingham.ac.uk