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TVI HACCP Course Oct 2012

TVI HACCP Course

Date:        Wednesday 24th October 2012
Venue:    Newpark Hotel, Co. Kilkenny
Time:       9.00am - 6.00pm

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Click HERE for registration form


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Clinical Pathology 1

This lecture by Peter O'Brien will be available in 4 locations:

Tralee            8th May, 12.30 - 20.30, 6 CVE Credits
Limerick         2nd October, 12.30 - 20.30, 6 CVE Credits
Dublin            4th October, 09.30 - 17.30, 6 CVE Credits
Sligo              9th October, 12.30 - 20.30, 6 CVE Credits

Click HERE to book online

Click HERE to download notes

The objective will be for the practitioner to significantly enhance their knowledge and understanding, and their practical and interpretive skills in veterinary clinical pathology for the screening, diagnosis, prognosis and therapeutic monitoring of disease.

VICAS Winter Conference 2012

The Companion Animal Society Group of Veterinary Ireland will hold its Annual Conference in the Lyrath Estate Hotel in Kilkenny from the 27 – 29 January 2012.

Topics covered such as Ophthalmology, Dentistry, Poultry Medicine and Abdominal surgery as well as 2 optional wet labs on Ophthalmology and Dentistry.

19 CVE Credits available for the whole weekend! 12  CVE Credits are available for the Conference, 7 for attending the Web Lab andbrochure 2012 cover 2 the Nurses Programme qualifies for 8.5 for Saturday and Sunday.
Members can book now to avail of the reduced Early Bird rate! (Extended to Friday 20th January)

For booking assistance email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Tel 01 400 3611
Click here to book Online
Download the Conference Programme by click the image.

VICAS Winter Conference 2012 | Notes
Delegates can download notes by clicking on the links and using the password provided to them by Keynote PCO

VICAS Quality CVE 2012

Continuing education is about alot more than getting the minimum 20 CVE credits needed to remain registered with the VCI.  It is a way for individuals to improve their core skills and their understanding of the very fundamentals of veterinary medicine.  This in turn has a direct effect on how we treat our patients and how we communicate with our clients.  VICAS is committed to bringing the highest calibre of speakers to Ireland to deliver courses that are specifically tailored for the Irish veterinary profession.

Early bird rates are available for exsisting and new members until the 30th April 2012.  Online booking is available here, for full course details and registration form please download the brochure here.