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FREE Veterinary CPD Webinars brought to you by Vets4Pets and Northwest Surgeons

Vets4Pets, Companion Care and Northwest Surgeons  have come together to offer you the very best in clinical and business CPD.  Not only is our CPD FREE it's also online and starts at 8pm meaning you can top up your CPD from the comfort of your own sofa. 

Our next webinar is:   


Thursday 30th June 2016 at 8PM    


Speaker: Iain Grant    

Subject: The What, Where, How approach to the cancer patient

In this webinar Iain reminds us of the importance of:

• Evaluation of the patient

• Diagnosis of tumour type & extent

• Determining a thorough approach to treatment

You will gain essentials skills for management of any tumour type from Iain’s presentation.

Iain graduated from The University of Bristol in 1990 and worked in small and mixed animal practice in the UK and New Zealand for 12 years. After a period as a consultant in the pet food industry, Iain completed a residency-training program in small animal medical oncology at The Universities of Davis, California and The Ohio State. He retuned to the UK in 2008 where he was appointed as a clinical instructor in medical oncology at The University of Liverpool and following that as a clinician in the departments of medical and radiation oncology at The University of Glasgow.  Iain has recently joined Northwest Surgeons where he will establish the oncology referral service with his colleague, Mary Marrington. The aim is to provide comprehensive, client and patient focused specialist cancer care for pets in the Northwest of England and beyond.

Iain is a Diplomate of The American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and is a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons recognised specialist in Medical Oncology. He also holds a post-graduate Diploma in Natural History Filmmaking and Science Communication.

Iain’s areas of interest are cancer pain management, evaluation of serum biomarkers for lymphoma and comparative oncology, examining how our understanding of cancer in dogs and cats can be beneficial to the understanding of cancer in human patients.

Please click this link to register for this webinar


Future webinars:      

July 28th at 8PM
Mast Cell Tumours
Mary Marrington
Please click this link to register for the Mast Cell Tumour webinar

August 18th at 8PM
Rob Pettitt
A link to register for this webinar will be live soon so in the mean time, please complete the form below to let us know you you would like to become a priority booking delegate

All our webinars are FREE but places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment! If you don't want to miss out and would like the heads up with a few days priority booking; please fill in the form below and we'll send you an email as soon as a webinar is available to book.

A few days after you attend the live webinar you will receive a personalised CPD certificate via email. This will also include a link to the recording of the webinar to re-watch at your convenience and refer to when needed.



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