On-campus courses are regularly held at the Easter Bush Campus and we also run the monthly Dick Vet Clinical Club. New courses that are open for registration will be listed here.
We can also organise tailored events for practice groups and external providers. Please contact us if you would like to discuss your event in more detail.
21st October 2017
The only national UK conference for wildlife rehabilitatators, veterinary colleagues, students and other interested parties, BWRC Symposia have been providing professional development and networking opportunities for those in the field of UK wildlife rehabilitation since 1988.
This year's presenters will include ROMAIN PIZZI disussing management of bone fractures in birds, EMMA KEEBLE describing common problems in seabirds and waterfowl, early results from research into the impact of rehabilitation of hedgehogs from LUCY BEARMAN-BROWN, LIZ MULLINEAUX reviewing DEFRA's new badger relocation protocol and the new BSAVA manual and BVZS guidelines, and GEOFF EDMONDS describing the work of the RSPCA Wildlife Inspectorate. We will also continue open discussions about self-regulation in wildlife rehabilitation, and have practical demonstrations and case studies from several of our veterinary experts.
Tickets include refreshments and a light vegetarian lunch.
Edinburgh - 14th and 15th September 2017
During 2016 Henry Schein Animal Health and Midmark held 3 dental CPD events in association with Edinburgh University, which proved to be a huge success. They offered delegates hand-on experience in a fully-equipped wet lab environment, led byindustry experts. In 2017 they'll be offering four further events!
Learn how to hold and use dental instruments correctly, improve your technique and increase your surgical dental skills under Matthews Oxford's watchful eye.
UPDATE - This year's events are now sold out. Check back later for details of our 2018 events.
We are delighted to be able to offer an introductory free series of events with the Dick vet Clinical Club.
Events will run on the Wednesday at the start of each month from 7pm at Easter Bush Campus.
We would like to invite all practitioners to the Dick Vet Clinical Club seminars, which will take place on the first Wednesday evening of each month.
The seminars will review recent advances in the diagnosis and management of a wide range of common small animal disorders. The CPD events have a relaxed and informal atmosphere and there will be plenty of time for discussions. We are always happy to discuss challenging and interesting cases at these sessions.
All Clinical Club meetings will take place in Room G.01 of the Veterinary Teaching Building (beside the Hospital for Small Animals), on the Easter Bush Campus.
To help with catering we would be grateful if you could please book a place in advance, but if it’s difficult to commit now then no problem, please feel free to come along on the night.
Dr Tim Nuttall
Antimicrobial Stewardship – CARS and GRAM; what does this mean for practice?
The blood smear whisperer - what a blood smear can tell you about your patient.
Please note - this club was previously scheduled to be in December.
Dr Silke Salavati
An update on canine chronic enteropathy.
Please note - this club was previously previously scheduled to be in November.
For more details of the Small Animal Dick Vet Medicine Clinical Club, visit our webpage: