Emergency Webinar Club (Monthly)

£45.00 (+VAT) / month

Emergency And Critical Care Club Membership

Join Emergency and Critical Care Webinar Club for easy online CPD in key areas of emergency medicine and surgery. Learn from leading experts on your smartphone, tablet or PC. Your access is unlimited and your webinars are always available for you when you need help with a particular case.

What do vets say about Emergency and Critical Care Webinar Club?

‘Very informative, clear and easy to follow presentation. Extremely accessible way of clocking up those CPD hours and keeping up to date and refreshing knowledge.’

‘May I take this opportunity to express how happy I am with my membership of Webinar Club thus far. I have been impressed by the efficiency and reliability of the webinar service’

‘Wow! Thank you so much for a wonderful lecture. That was the best CPD I’ve done in years. You explained everything really clearly and succinctly. I really enjoyed it.’

‘Thank you. Very interesting and learned lots. Readily useable in practice.’

‘Just for the record – I think this is a wonderful service.’

‘Thank you so much for a really good year of webinars.’

‘I enjoyed it and enjoyed being able to do at my own pace. It’s much easier to do the webinars when I have quiet time at home or in practice.’

‘Brilliant being able to access whenever convenient.’

‘Many thanks for such a helpful and practical webinar !!’

Your membership gives you one new webinar a month- watch it live and ask questions, or watch the recording at any time. Track your CPD effortlessly with your in built CPD Tracker and find what you need quickly with the webinar section links.

There’s over 50 hours of CPD waiting for you in Emergency Club, including:-

  • Shock Tactics: Management of haemorrhagic shock
  • Surgical bleeding – what to do next
  • When a respiratory emergency needs surgery
  • Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Techniques in Small Mammal Patients
  • Avoid the peek and shriek! – How to do a good emergency Ex-lap
  • Where did all the platelets go … and how do I get them back?
  • Diagnosis and Management of Feline Arterial Thromboembolism
  • Sepsis/SIRS/MODs…. but how do I actually manage septic peritonitis in practice?
  • Can’t Eat, Won’t Eat- practical approach to tube feeding
  • Approach to the RTA Dog
  • Acute Paralysis
  • How to Recognise and Deal with Acute Pain in the Critically Ill Patient
  • Anaesthesia for the Patient with a Urinary Tract Obstruction
  • A Practical Approach to GDV
  • Exotic Emergencies
  • Management of the Damaged Post-Traumatic Thoracic Wall
  • Approach to the Thoracic Trauma Patient
  • Assessing and Managing the Bleeding Patient
  • The Risk of Anaesthesia: How to Minimise Anaesthetic Morbidity and Mortality
  • Ketamine – More Than Just a “Horse Tranquiliser”!
  • Caesarean Section – Optimise Your Approach
  • Managing Complications of Surgery
  • Investigating the Dyspnoeic Cat – Conscious, Sedated or Asleep?
  • Corneal Ulcers – Recognising and Managing Emergencies
  • Emergency Management of Open Fractures
  • Anaesthesia for the Head Trauma Patient
  • Ventilator Therapy in Small Animals
  • Rational Antibiotic Use in Emergency and Critical Care Situations
  • Emergency Endoscopy – Is There Such a Thing?
  • Neonates Are Not Just Small Adults! Physiological Differences and How to Recognise and Deal With Shock and Dehydration
  • Anaesthesia for Acute Abdominal Disease
  • Pericardial Disease
  • The Disease Got Better But the Patient Got Worse! Common Complications During Hospitalisation
  • Upper Airway Obstruction and Emergency Tracheostomy
  • How to Deal with Acute Kidney Injury
  • Disc Disease – How to Deal with the Emergency Spinal Patient
  • Hepatic Encephalopathy
  • Dealing with Acute Pancreatitis
  • Pleural Diseases
  • When the Liver goes Critical – A Rational Approach to Diagnosis and Management
  • Trauma and the Urinary Tract
  • How to Recognise and Manage Ophthalmic Emergencies
  • Management of a Hypoadrenocortical Crisis
  • Transfusion Medicine
  • OCPR: BLS, ALS and New Guidelines from RECOVER
  • The Acute Abdomen
  • Do Strokes Happen in Dogs?
  • Anaesthesia for the Critical Patient
  • The Emergency Approach to Anaemia

You can join for a year or on an ongoing monthly basis. Please call us on 0151 328 0444 to start your easy online CPD with Emergency and Critical Care Webinar Club, or check out online and we’ll email you your access details.