Webinar Plus: Management of the small animal trauma patient: Part 2

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), online case assessment exercises, supplementary reading material and tutor-moderated online discussion forums

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Very practical advice, comprehensive webinars.

Course Information

Key Areas
  • Wound management
  • Anaesthesia of the multiple-trauma patient
  • Thoracic and neck trauma patients – initial stabilisation, imaging, surgical management and post-operative care
  • Ophthalmologic trauma including diagnosis, stabilisation and definitive treatment
About this course

Do you worry about how to manage patients with multiple- traumatic injuries and serious wounds? Do traumatic eye injuries terrify you and the thought of penetrating wounds to the neck or thorax fill you with dread?  

If so then this course will help you learn tips to cope with these complex patients and manage high-risk anaesthetics more safely.

This course covers extensive soft tissue injuries including the management of skin wounds (triage, dressing, surgical techniques), neck and thoracic trauma cases, ophthalmologic emergencies and how to anaesthetise patients with complex injuries. We will provide you with a comprehensive guide so you can review, consolidate and update your knowledge on the management of these challenging patients. This is the second of a two-part series, can be taken independently to the first trauma management or as a follow-on course. 

Why do this course?
The course aims to equip you with the tools that are required to manage the trauma patient and so increase your confidence and reduce your stress! This course will be excellent for anyone in general practice or vets working in emergency practices. It will also be useful for vets with a specific interest in surgery, anaesthesia and ophthalmology or studying for advanced practitioner certificates.

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:
Monday 1st November
Monday 8th November
Monday 15th November
Monday 22nd November


Carolina Palacios Jimenez, DVM CertVA PGCertVetEd PhD DipECVAA MRCVS
Lecturer in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia
The Royal Veterinary College

Roser Tetas Pont, LV MSc DipECVO MRCVS
Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Ophthalmology
The Royal Veterinary College

Lynda Rutherford, BVM&S MVetMed DipECVS PGCertVetEd FHEA MRCVS
Lecturer in Small Animal Surgery
The Royal Veterinary College