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Ophthalmology CPD with the Webinar Vet  - £0.00 Listing ID: 2652



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Listing Began: Wednesday, January 16, 2019

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Below are just some of the webinars available to our members or can be purchased individually

For more information on our courses and membership please visit our shopfront

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What’s Up Doc? Vestibular Disease in Small Animals

Pip Boydell

The vestibular system is designed, primarily, to facilitate vision by allowing the eyes to fixate on an object while the object and/or the observer is moving. Find out what happens when it goes wrong, or, perhaps, when you have had a drink or two.

Pip qualified from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) in London in 1984. He then spent a year in general practice before initially obtaining a post as houseman at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh, before progressing to the status of registrar in the surgical department. After leaving EdinburghUniversity, Pip moved to a referral practice in London before commencing a 3 year residency in Veterinary Ophthalmology at the RVC. Along with his partner, Rachel Pike, Pip co-founded Animal Medical Centre Referral Services (AMCRS) in 1990. Pip has published over 200 papers and abstracts in veterinary and medical journals and is a regular reviewer of articles submitted to such journals. He is a frequent speaker at veterinary and medical meetings throughout Europe on his favourite topics of philosophy, ophthalmology and neurology. Outside work the rock band, “The Bruise Brothers” of which he is a member, has regular events, and he is a current WKA British kickboxing champion, having fought for his country around the world.

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High pressure situations – dealing with glaucoma

Pip Boydell

Pip will discuss high pressure situations – dealing with glaucoma.

Pip qualified from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) in London in 1984. He then spent a year in general practice before initially obtaining a post as houseman at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh, before progressing to the status of registrar in the surgical department.

After leaving Edinburgh University, Pip moved to a referral practice in London before commencing a 3 year residency in Veterinary Ophthalmology at the RVC. Along with his partner, Rachel Pike, Pip co-founded Animal Medical Centre Referral Services (AMCRS) in 1990.

Pp has published over 200 papers and abstracts in veterinary and medical journals and is a regular reviewer of articles submitted to such journals. He is a frequent speaker at veterinary and medical meetings throughout Europe on his favourite topics of philosophy, ophthalmology and neurology.

Outside work the rock band, “The Bruise Brothers” of which he is a member, has regular events, and he is a current WKA British kickboxing champion, having fought for his country around the world.

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What You Might Need to Know Day 1 in General Practice

Gareth Jones

This Webinar is aimed at students/beginners and may even involve some revision (depending on which VetSchool you call home).   We will cover a basic eye examination, a guide to the presenting signs of some of the common conditions and a suggested treatment/action plan.  Where possible we will avoid jargon as the speaker is a general practitioner himself as well as an eye vet and there’ll be poll questions along the way to keep you participating.

Gareth Jones works in a large mixed practice based in Leicester. He takes eye referrals from many vets around the East Midlands and is Special Lecturer in Veterinary Ophthalmology at NottinghamVetSchool.  He undertook the Residency at the RoyalVeterinaryCollege and gained Certificate in Ophthalmology in 1993.

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“The Rainbow Eye” – Diagnosing Corneal Disease by Colour

Dr Antony Goodhead

Dr Antony Goodhead will discuss “The Rainbow Eye” – Diagnosing Corneal Disease by Colour.

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The Uveal Tract

David Gould

David Gould will discuss the Uveal Tract.

David graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 1992 and, after a period in general practice, completed a PhD at the University of Cambridge in the molecular genetics of inherited eye diseases of dogs. Following this he moved to the University of Bristol for a three year clinical residency in veterinary ophthalmology.

After this he was appointed Lecturer in Veterinary Ophthalmology at Bristol University Veterinary School, a post that he held for three years before joining Davies Veterinary Specialists in October 2003 to jointly run their ophthalmology service. He holds both RCVS and European Diplomas in Veterinary Ophthalmology and is an RCVS recognised Specialist in Veterinary Ophthalmology and European Veterinary Specialist in Ophthalmology.

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Case Studies in Ophthalmology

Pip Boydell

Pip Boydell is back to discuss case studies in ophthalmology.

Pip qualified from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) in London in 1984. He then spent a year in general practice before initially obtaining a post as houseman at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh, before progressing to the status of registrar in the surgical department.

After leaving Edinburgh University, Pip moved to a referral practice in London before commencing a 3 year residency in Veterinary Ophthalmology at the RVC. Along with his partner, Rachel Pike, Pip co-founded Animal Medical Centre Referral Services (AMCRS) in 1990.

Pp has published over 200 papers and abstracts in veterinary and medical journals and is a regular reviewer of articles submitted to such journals. He is a frequent speaker at veterinary and medical meetings throughout Europe on his favourite topics of philosophy, ophthalmology and neurology.

Outside work the rock band, “The Bruise Brothers” of which he is a member, has regular events, and he is a current WKA British kickboxing champion., having fought for his country around the world.

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Ophthalmic Examination Techniques for the Practitioner

Pip Boydell

Pip Boydell will discuss opthalmic examination techniques for the practitioner!

Along with his partner, Rachel Pike, Pip co-founded Animal Medical Centre Referral Services (AMCRS) in 1990. Pip has published over 200 papers and abstracts in veterinary and medical journals and is a regular reviewer of articles submitted to such journals. He is a frequent speaker at veterinary and medical meetings throughout Europe on his favourite topics of philosophy, ophthalmology and neurology.

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Approach to Cataracts in Dogs

Pip Boydell

Pip Boydell qualified from the RVC in 1984, and after a surgical position at the R(D)SVS, and a residency in ophthalmology at the RVC set up the Animal Medical Centre Referral Services in 1990 in Manchester, the first dedicated referral practice in the UK and the first with an in-house brain scanner 1 year later. A second hospital was purpose built in South Yorkshire 10 years later and the AMC continues to provide a referral service in all small animal and some large animal and exotic disciplines.

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Common Ophthalmic Conditions

David Gould

David Gould will take us on a whistle stop tour of some of the most common ophthalmic conditions and discuss common pitfalls and treatments

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Eyelid Disease

Pip Boydell

Presented by Pip Boydell

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Conditions Of The Pupil

Pip Boydell

Presented by Pip Boydell

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Corneal Ulceration in the cat

Pip Boydell

Corneal Ulceration in the cat

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