‘Small Animal Poisoning’ – 2014 CPD Course Dates

January 22nd, 2014
February 12th, 2014
March 12th, 2014
May 7th, 2014
June 11th, 2014
September 3rd, 2014
October 1st, 2014
November 10th, 2014
December 2nd, 2014

* Early bird booking offer applies to bookings made 8 weeks prior to course date.

If you have any questions, please contact us at 020 7188 3314 or admin@vpisglobal.com



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Key Areas Covered


  • Case histories for potential poisons cases
  • Decontamination for poisons cases
  • Toxicology information resources
  • Common or tricky poisonings in cats and dogs

Cost and Bookings


  • Standard fee (per delegate): £275 + VAT
  • Early bird fee: £230 + VAT *

Each delegate will receive course notes and a CPD certificate (equates to 6 hours CPD training). Lunch and refreshments are provided.

To book a place please fill out and return this booking form below:

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Bubble-Communication-iconOur 2014 Feedback

December – Cambridge

“Very good, with chance to ask questions during the presentation (always good otherwise you forget them).”
“Was good to do joint vet and nurse CPD as nurse CPD tends to be basic (sometimes patronising). This was definitely not the case today.”
“Categorised the different poisons better in my head, good up to date info e.g lipid rescue .”

November – Manchester

“I learned a lot, actually a very good presentation and very informative.”
“The course provided consolidation of information gleaned over time from VPIS and better understanding of why certain treatments are advised.”
“Useful tips for management of cases and protocols for common poisons.”
“Practical decontamination techniques and diagnostic protocols for ethylene glycol toxicity.”

October – London

“I thought the day was the most applicable CPD I have done this year. We really enjoyed it.”
“Programme exceeded my expectations, so very useful clinically & well presented.”
“Fantastic to know general values for toxicity levels in each commonly affected species and how the toxicity manifests and is potentially treated.”

September – Bristol

“Excellent day of CPD, friendly atmosphere and good case discussion.”
“I have learnt several things to take away to manage cases better and will try to report cases to website. Course was great thank you.”
“Went through in detail the common poisonings we are likely to see in every day practice, information given was very practical.”
“Update on current trends in toxicology and how to manage cases.”

May – Edinburgh

“Very useful – good refresher and also learned plenty of new things.”
“Very good – information very clinically based and relevant to daily cases.”
“Really good refresher on lots of things you see in practice.”
“I hadn’t heard of lipid rescue before and will ask the practice to get some in. Nice to hear from other vets experiences.”

January – London

“It opened up my eyes to the possible toxic causes for different neurological manifestations.”
“The course showed me how VPIS advice translates to management of the patient; some new info I didn’t know about poisons, eg see parsnips!”
“As a recently qualified RVN it’s been useful to have knowledge not well known in practice (…). The whole content has been of benefit to me.”