Vets for NHS – online CPD event to raise money for the NHS
Update: The event took place on Thursday 9th April and was a brilliant success with over £20,000 raised in donations for NHS Charities Together.
Thank you to everyone who watched the lectures and made a donation. And of course a huge thank you to all the speakers who gave their time and expertise free of charge, including our own Managing Director, David Renney.
Nimrod Veterinary Products has partnered with others in the industry to create Vets for NHS. This Online Veterinary CPD Event is raising money for NHS Charities Together, because NHS staff are tirelessly caring for COVID-19 patients.
This CPD event is a fantastic opportunity for vets and vet students to get world-class education from international opinion leaders and support our hard working NHS colleagues and make a difference at this most difficult of times.
The CPD sessions are FREE, but participants are being asked to help us to raise money for our colleagues in the NHS by making a donation on the Vets for NHS Just Giving Page.
To make a donation now please visit justgiving.com/fundraising/vets-for-nhs
Online CPD Event Details
Date Thursday 9th April 2020
Session Times (subject to change)
Morning 9.30am – 1.30pm
Afternoon 2.30pm – 5.30pm
Zoom (3 channels will be running)
To register for this FREE Online CPD Event visit vetsfornhs.co.uk
Agenda and Speakers
The full event agenda and speaker line up is still being finalised as we confirm more speakers and their topics each day. The Zoom online sessions will be split into the three main areas of veterinary practice: Farm Animal | Equine | Small Animal
Follow Vets for NHS on our social media channels for more information including biographies of confirmed speakers for this exciting event.
Visit the Nimrod Twitter account to keep up to date with our own regular posts about this event
Vets for NHS Partners
Vets for NHS is a consortium of veterinarians, Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health, MSD Animal Health, Nimrod Veterinary Products, and Scottish Vet Fair.
Register now at vetsfornhs.co.uk
Posted on 3 April 2020