Thu, 16 Jul|
X-WOW Zoom Lecture
The Clinical Club
Join this interactive small animal medicine themed clinical club, have a chat about interesting and unusual medicine cases.
Time & Location
16 Jul 2020, 14:00 – 15:45
X-WOW Zoom Lecture
About the Event
Join our small animal medicine themed clinical club, starting Thursday 16th July. This will be run by 2 Medicine Specialists (Fergus Allerton and Andrew Kent) and the idea will be an informal chat about some interesting and unusual medicine cases with hopefully plenty of opportunity for discussion about relevant aspects.
We are trialling it this Thursday. We will email you a couple of case presentations 30 minutes before the start of the Zoom meeting. We will then open multiple breakout rooms in which you can discuss the cases and answer some of the questions posed for a further 30 minutes. Finally, we will all join up again for the main case presentation and discussion (including extra polls and opportunity for interaction throughout).
Fergus Allerton (BSc BVSc CertSAM Dip. ECVIM-CA MRCVS) is a European Veterinary Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine working at Willows Veterinary Centre and Referral Services, Solihull, United Kingdom. His main clinical interests are in gastroenterology/hepatology, immune-mediated disease and antibacterial stewardship. He is currently chairman of the Small Animal Medicine Society (samsoc.org) and recently edited the latest edition of the BSAVA formulary.
Andrew Kent (BVSc DipECVIM-CA MRCVS RCVS) is a European Veterinary Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine.
Andrew graduated from the University of Bristol in 2008 and spent some time in mixed and then small animal practice before commencing a Senior Clinical Training Scholarship in Small Animal Medicine at The Queens Veterinary School Hospital, Cambridge, in 2012. He moved to Willows Referral Service in Solihull in 2015 and became a European Veterinary Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine in 2016. His main clinical interests are in gastroenterology, immune-mediated diseases, urology and interventional endoscopy, and he regularly performs a range of endourological, gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary and respiratory interventions.
We hope to see you there.