Elevate Your Veterinary Practice with Flexible Online Continuing Education
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by Ash Topham
9M ago
In veterinary medicine, staying current with the latest advancements is not only a professional necessity, but a commitment to providing quality care to companion animals and their owners.  Thankfully, the landscape of education has expanded beyond traditional methods and we now find ourselves in the era of online veterinary continuing education. Here’s how our platform will revolutionise your path to professional growth through our On Demand CPD (Continuing Professional Development) program. Introducing On Demand Veterinary Education: Where Learning Meets Convenience As a clinical veteri ..read more
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Quality Equipment for Vets Training in Orthopaedic Surgery
Vet Prac Blog
by Ash Topham
10M ago
We understand that the best veterinary continuing education workshops need exceptional people, the right atmosphere, and the right tools for the job. That’s why we’re proud to introduce our friends at Knight Benedikt as VetPrac Training Partners and suppliers of quality orthopaedic implants for our fracture fixation and introductory TPLO workshops. Participants will be using power tools, TPLO saws, orthopaedic implants and screws from Knight Benedikt, as well as wearing their PPE. At a VetPrac orthopaedic surgery course, you’ll have the opportunity to use brand new surgical equipment and engag ..read more
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Online CPD Courses for Vets: Learn on Your Own Schedule with VetPrac
Vet Prac Blog
by Ash Topham
10M ago
As a veterinarian, staying up-to-date on the latest advances in your field is crucial to providing the best care for your patients. However, finding the time to attend in-person continuing professional development (CPD) courses can be challenging. That’s where VetPrac comes in. We offer a range of online CPD courses for vets, so you can enhance your knowledge and skills from the comfort of your own home, or at the clinic. On-Demand Courses: Learn at Your Own Pace Our On-Demand series pairs pre-recorded sessions from live courses we’ve hosted online, with useful and progressive learning materia ..read more
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Abdominal Ultrasound Courses for Vets: The Importance of Continuing Professional Development
Vet Prac Blog
by Ash Topham
10M ago
Abdominal ultrasound is becoming an essential diagnostic tool in general veterinary practice. Attending a face-to-face workshop in abdominal ultrasound is an excellent way to improve your hands-on imaging skills, and learn how to interpret your images in the context of diagnosis and treatment.  Find out why continuing professional development (CPD) and continuing education (CE) in abdominal ultrasound should be on your radar as a clinical veterinarian. Abdominal Ultrasound CE for Vets: How will it Help You? Continuing education (CE) in abdominal ultrasound is a good choice for plenty of r ..read more
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Veterinary Nursing & Technician Skills
Vet Prac Blog
by administrator
10M ago
One thing I hear a lot is that vet nurses and techs want to use their technical skills more often and in more challenging ways. I’m a proud RVN with diplomas in both general practice and surgery. I’ve been working in this industry for 18 years, and I’ve worked hard to achieve these qualifications. Yet I’m also one of the fortunate few, because I work in specialist-level referral practice where my clinical skills as a vet nurse are both acknowledged and rewarded. I love my job, and the opportunity it gives me to contribute my skills and experience to the work we do. In my workplace, for exampl ..read more
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3 Steps to Reduce Risk in Veterinary Anaesthesia
Vet Prac Blog
by Ash Topham
10M ago
        Dr Margie McEwen BVSc DACVAA MANZCVS “Anaesthesia is an unusual speciality as it routinely involves deliberately placing the patient in a situation that is intrinsically full of risk.” – Bould et al. 2007 This quote really resonates with me. If you consider a routine day in the clinic most of our actions are to heal, soothe, or repair. Yet every day, veterinarians and their nurse or technician colleagues place companion animals under anaesthesia. Most of the time, the risks are managed and the patients recover uneventfully.  This is an appropriate moment to pa ..read more
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Continuing education for vet nurses that ticks all the boxes
Vet Prac Blog
by administrator
10M ago
Veterinary nurses play a critical role in animal care, supporting vets on the frontline and often working in a very hands-on role. As a vet nurse, your practical skillset is important and therefore undertaking continuing education to broaden those skills – and expand your veterinary knowledge – is vital to career progression. In most of Australia, registration for vet nurses is not compulsory – and therefore, neither is continuing professional development (CPD). That being said, it’s highly recommended that nurses do register with the Veterinary Nurses Council of Australia’s (VNCA) Australia ..read more
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Professional and technical training for veterinary occupations in Australia
Vet Prac Blog
by administrator
10M ago
Consider the saying, ‘if you’re not moving forward, you’re falling further behind’. This aptly describes the obligation that veterinary professionals not only maintain currency in medical, surgical, and diagnostic services, but that they actively upskill in these areas, too. As the technical capability of the veterinary profession expands, so too does the expectation that clients can access up to date services through their local vet. Continuing education of vets, nurses and techs is key to this – or risk being the last local clinic to embrace contemporary services like abdominal ultrasound ..read more
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The importance of continuing education for veterinary technicians
Vet Prac Blog
by administrator
10M ago
 A key part of the veterinary medicine team, veterinary technicians deliver high-level, hands-on animal care across a range of different settings – from vet clinics to research centres and everything in between. Just like vets and vet nurses, vet techs are required to undertake specific education in order to perform their role. Veterinary Technology is a three-year bachelor degree, in comparison to Veterinary Nursing that requires a vocationally-trained Certificate IV and Diploma. A vet tech course includes extensive clinical experience, allowing students to acquire high-level practica ..read more
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Quality Equipment for Vets Training in Orthopaedic Surgery
Vet Prac Blog
by Ash Topham
1y ago
We understand that the best veterinary continuing education workshops need exceptional people, the right atmosphere, and the right tools for the job. That’s why we’re proud to introduce our friends at Knight Benedikt as VetPrac Training Partners and suppliers of quality orthopaedic implants for our fracture fixation and introductory TPLO workshops. Participants will be using power tools, TPLO saws, orthopaedic implants and screws from Knight Benedikt, as well as wearing their PPE. At a VetPrac orthopaedic surgery course, you’ll have the opportunity to use brand new surgical equipment and engag ..read more
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