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We at Vétoquinol cordially invite you to look around our website, with a click of your mouse you can now link your day-to-day practice with the latest developments from Vétoquinol. For nearly 80 years the Vétoquinol group has been dedicated to animal health and the veterinary surgeons that work in it. As a result of its own research and in collaboration with partners, Vétoquinol regularly provides new and innovative products to the profession. Now the 10th largest veterinary company in the world, we continue to seek solutions to the problems in veterinary practice.

Antimicrobial Alert Workshop
The first Antimicrobial Alert workshop is scheduled for Tuesday 15th October 2013 and will be held at Woodrow House, GL2 2AB from 10am until 4pm. This full day of CPD costs just 200 plus VAT per person and includes: decision making in the use of antimicrobials; infection control in practice; client communication; practical session on cytology and C&S and putting things into practice. To book your place, email: or click the logo above.

Cytology in the diagnosis of infection Webinar
To watch a recording of the first webinar with Dr Tim Nuttall, please click the image above.

Antimicrobial Alert
Antimicrobial resistance is now recognised as one of the major medical challenges in the 21st century. The potential impact of increasing antimicrobial resistance on the treatment of man and animals is devastating. It is vital therefore that the medical and veterinary professions and the pharmaceutical industry work together to inform, encourage and facilitate the responsible use of antimicrobials. Vetoquinol is part of a collaborative group, which currently includes BSAVA, Abbey Veterinary Laboratories / CAPL, the Bella Moss Foundation and Medimark. The group plans to organise a series of webinars and practical workshops for veterinary surgeons in the UK, with the agreed objective to enable participants to make informed decisions regarding antimicrobial use and infection control in practice. The free webinar series will provide information on 4 key topics: How to know if infection is present Sampling and interpretation of culture and sensitivity Infection control in the practice Rational use of antimicrobials Webinars will run quarterly, with the first scheduled for later this summer. The practical workshops will build on the information provided by the webinars, and will include sessions on decision making in the use of antimicrobials, client communication, and infection control within the practice. There will be the opportunity to gain practical skills in cytology and interpretation of culture / sensitivity, and to work together to develop protocols for your own practice.

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