Advanced Rabbit Medicine: Diseases of the Thorax and Abdomen

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About the course

The course is run by Frances Harcourt-Brown BVSc FRCVS who is now retired from practice but was a European and RCVS recognised Specialist in Rabbit Medicine and Surgery. This is the third (and last) year that she has been running CPD courses devoted to diseases of rabbits.

The two day course is  aimed at vets that are looking for more in-depth information about how to diagnose and treat the diseases that affect  pet rabbits. They begins with a day of lectures that cover many aspects of rabbit medicine. It will be assumed that delegates will have some fundamental knowledge of rabbit anatomy, physiology and common diseases. The second day is devoted to discussing case reports and ends with the quiz. Quizzes aimed at  testing  delegates knowledge at the end of the course proved to be enjoyable feature of previous courses. Only the winner is identified (and wins a small prize) and the remaining delegates can decide for themselves how they got on. The answers will be accessible on the website follolwing the course

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