Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Paragon Veterinary Referrals CPD provide an ideal opportunity to hear the latest ideas on various small animal topics, to discuss clinical problems and to meet up with colleagues.
FREE Evening CPD Meetings
We are pleased to offer FREE veterinary CPD evenings.
Format of the evening
Presentations start at 8.00pm. Registration starts at 7.00pm with a buffet and refreshments available from 7.30pm. The meetings will end at 10.00pm.
Certificates of Attendance will be issued for your CPD records to download from within your account within 48 hours following the event.
FREE CPD Clinical Club evening
Format of the evening
Paragon Clinical Club evenings are designed to appeal to Vets and to Veterinary Nurses.
They run from 8.00pm till 9.30pm and combine I hour of CPD with a 30-minute behind the scenes tour of the facilities at Paragon Referral Centre.
Numbers are strictly limited to 16 delegates per evening, so the environment is relaxed, informal and friendly, providing ample opportunity to engage with our speaker(s) and with our wider team when touring the centre.
A range of topics will be featured, some dedicated specifically for Vets and others for Veterinary Nurses.
- For Vets, the evening will be centred around several case studies for analysis and discussion
- For Veterinary Nurses, the evening will normally be focused around a presentation of around 45 minutes, followed by 15 minutes of questions and discussion.
Refreshments and biscuits will be provided so you don’t starve, but please bring a sandwich with you if you think you need more food.
To help us keep abreast of your opinions and ongoing professional CPD needs, we will ask you to complete a feedback form before you leave.
Certificates of Attendance of 1 hour of CPD will be available for your records to download from within your members account within 48 hours following the event.
Forthcoming CPD Events
26 September 2019
“Get into The Groove!” Key points in the surgical management of patella luxation: how to reduce complications and improve surgical outcomes.
Patellar luxation is a common cause of hindlimb lameness in dogs, and surgical management is often performed in general practice.
7 October 2019
Ureteral obstruction is an increasingly recognised cause of renal failure in cats. Early identification and management can help reduce the impact of the obstruction on kidney function.» Further information
29 October 2019
A review of clinical signs and diagnostics of hepatic insufficiency. Liver biopsy: Reasons to do it? Where in the liver? How many and how large should they be? An overview of different techniques and minimising complications of liver biopsy.» Further information
5 December 2019
The neurological examination allows detection of neurological disease and defines its location in the nervous system. It is a crucial step in the diagnosis of neurological disorders. It is not difficult to perform, does not require specialised equipment and can be competently performed in general practice.» Further information
Attend Future Events
If you are interested in the next event we would be delighted to see you. To ensure you don't miss an event, sign up to receive email notifications when each event is arranged – but be sure to book early, as places are strictly limited!
To book just click on the links under Forthcoming CPD Events below.
We hope that you will be able to join us and enjoy free CPD in a relaxed atmosphere and pleasant surroundings. Discussion and questions are welcomed during each event.
CPD Registration Process
By registering as a Paragon Veterinary Professional Member, you will be able to register to attend Paragon CPD events with the click of a button. The new system will allow you to manage all your Paragon CPD events from within your account, view forthcoming and previously attended events, download CPD attendance certificates, and cancel an event if necessary, all quickly and easily with the minimum of fuss.
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Previous FREE Evening CPD Meetings
14 May 2019
Osteoarthritis often referred to as OA, degenerative joint disease or osteoarthrosis, is a common pathway for many disease processes the affect the joint. It is best described as an aberrant repair and degradation of articular cartilage with the involvement of subchondral bone including osteophyte formation and variable degrees of synovial inflammation...» Further information
12 March 2019
Anaemia in cats can be a challenge. This presentation will use a case-based approach to explore how to investigate and treat cats presenting with severe anaemia, with a particular focus on non-regenerative anaemia...» Further information
28 November 2018
The evening is aimed at vets and will provide information on therapeutic options for dogs with allergic skin disease...» Further information