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Roadshow

Expert led Best Practice Rabbit Anaesthesia CPD sponsored by Jurox

Remarkable Rabbit Anaesthesia - York

Event date
Tuesday, 5th December 2017


Registrations close on
Tuesday, 28th November 2017


Register Now

Event date
Tuesday, 5th December 2017


Registrations close on
Tuesday, 28th November 2017


Register Now

Remarkable Rabbit Anaesthesia - York


Roadshow Details

Topic: Expert led Best Practice Rabbit Anaesthesia CPD sponsored by Jurox
Date: Tuesday, December 5th 2017
Arrival time for food and registration:7:00 PM
Time: 7:30 PM

Rabbit ownership is increasing, with an estimated 1.5 million pet rabbits in the UK and 2% of UK households owning a rabbit. This rise in the number of pet rabbits has led to an increased demand for rabbit healthcare and veterinary treatments. With this in mind, Jurox (UK) Limited, is hosting a series of evening CPD meetings to promote best practice rabbit anaesthesia within the vet and nursing community. Topics covered during the roadshows include the full anaesthetic procedure in pet rabbits from pre-med through to recovery. They will focus on factors that make pet rabbits different to cats and dogs and practical tips to help reduce the risk of complications in rabbits.

Where

Q Hotels Aldwark Manor
Aldwark Manor, Alne, York, YO61 1UF


Speakers

Ian Self

BSc, BVSc, PGCert Vet Ed, FHEA, CertVA, DipECVAA, MRCVS

Ian worked in mixed, small animal and emergency practice in Northwest England for nine years. He then moved to Dublin in July 2005 to become a Lecturer in Veterinary Anaesthesia at UCD.  In 2008 Ian gained the European Diploma in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia and moved to the University of Edinburgh as a Lecturer in Veterinary Anaesthesia and in November 2012 moved to the RVC as Head of Veterinary Anaesthesia.

Ian is currently Associate Professor of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia at Nottingham Vet School.

Ian’s research interests include anaesthesia simulation, respiratory physiology, pain and the assessment of sedation in small animals and exotic species.


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