Webinar Plus: Diagnosis and management of hepatobiliary disorders

Key Information

CPD Hours: 16 hours

Course Length: Four weeks

Course Format: A mixture of two-hour weekly webinars (which can be viewed live and/or as recorded versions throughout the course), videos, self-assessment quizzes, case studies, and tutor-moderated online discussion forums.

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The lectures and content were exactly what I was after. The lecturers were brilliant, very accessible and hugely understanding of our situation in first opinion practice.

Course Information

Key Areas
  • Hepatic and pancreatic disease – how much can clinical pathology really tell you?
  • Approach to diagnosis and management of hepatobiliary disease
  • Common canine and feline hepatobiliary diseases
  • Update on diagnosis and management of pancreatitis in dogs and cats
About this course

Do you find interpretation of clinical pathology related to the liver and pancreas confusing? Unsure about the most appropriate steps you need to take to diagnose and manage hepatobiliary disease in dogs and cats successfully?

Hepatobiliary disorders involving the liver and /or pancreas are relatively common in general practice but can be challenging to diagnose and manage expediently and successfully. Key differences between canine and feline hepatic and pancreatic disorders – their clinical presentation, diagnosis and management can add to the confusion. 

In this online course we will discuss all aspects of the diagnosis and management of hepatobiliary diseases in cats and dogs and give you great tips about how to interpret clinical pathology, what ultrasound can and can’t tell you, tips on when biopsy is needed and expert advice on the causes and management of specific disorders.    

Why do this course?
Disorders of the liver and pancreas occur commonly in dogs and cats but can be challenging to diagnose and manage. This course will review, refresh and update your knowledge and understanding of these disorders

The webinars will run on the following dates from 12.00pm to 2.00pm London time including a 30 minute registration and familiarisation period prior to the commencement of the lecture.

Webinar dates:
Friday 30th April
Friday 7th May
Friday 14th May
Friday 21st May


Jill Maddison, BVSc DipVetClinStud PhD FACVSc SFHEA MRCVS
Professor of General Practice
The Royal Veterinary College

RCVS and EBVS® Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine
Anderson Moores Veterinary Specialists, Winchester