Cardiology Clinical Club – October

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About the course

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Willows Referral Service
Cardiology Clinical Club – October

Date: 4 October 2017
Time: 8:00pm - 9:30pm
Discipline: Cardiology
Venue: Willows Referral Service, Highlands Road, 
Shirley, Solihull, West Midlands B90 4NH

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Willows Clinical Club – An Invitation to join us for an interactive evening

We are now taking registration bookings for the next in our popular entertaining series of FREE informal, interactive Clinical Club evening meetings for practitioners.

CLINICAL CLUB CO-ORDINATOR:
Mike Martin
MVB DVC MRCVS
RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Cardiology

CLINICAL CLUB OVERVIEW:
This evening will be centred around thought-provoking cardiology cases and will highlight tips and tricks in their diagnosis and management.

So, if you would like to test your abilities in handling cardiological cases and take the opportunity to chat to one of our cardiologists, make sure that you book as soon as you are notified that places are available!

CLINICAL CLUB SCHEDULE:
The evening will centre around a steeplechase of several case studies which are presented for a small group of 4 to 6 vets to discuss amongst themselves for an hour, followed by analysis and discussion with our Specialists for a further 30 minutes or so.

The numbers are strictly limited to 20 delegates per evening, and you must register for these events online.

Certificates of Attendance of 1.5 hours of CPD will be available for your records to download from within your members account.

The evening runs from 8.00pm until 9.30pm. Refreshments, biscuits and crisps will be provided, but if you are a hungry type, it is recommended that you either eat before you come or bring a sandwich with you!

To register to attend please click here.

To view other CPD events please visit our website.
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