Feline Welfare Day for Veterinary Nurses, 14th of September 2013, Cork

Feline Welfare DayCommunity Cats Network and International Cat Care (formerly Feline Advisory Bureau) have teamed up to organise a Feline Welfare CPD for Veterinary Nurses (with kind support from the ISPCA).  The event will take place on the 14th of September, 9.30am to 5pm, at the Cork International Airport Hotel in Cork.

Programme (downloadable version: Feline Welfare Day for Veterinary Nurses):

9.30-10.00: Registration

10.00-10.10: Introducing CCN – Emilie Peneau; Trustee, Community Cats Network

10.10-10.20: Introducing ICatCare, formerly the FABAndy Sparkes, BVetMed PhD, DipECVIM MRCVS; Veterinary Director, International Cat Care and ISFM

10.20-10.50: Getting to grips with the Shelter Medicine conceptKaren Hiestand, BVSc MSc MRCVS: Field Veterinary Officer (South), Cats Protection UK

10.50-11.15: Coffee

11.15-12.00: Animal Hoarding, What & WhyVicky Halls, RVN DipCouns MBACP: Feline Behaviour Counsellor and ICatCare Advisor

12.00-12.45: Stop Teen Pregnancies – Early NeuteringKaren Hiestand, BVSc MSc MRCVS: Field Veterinary Officer (South), Cats Protection UK

12.45-13.00: Morning Speakeasy / Q&A

13.00-13.45: Lunch

13.45-14.45: TNR for Vet NursesIan MacFarlaine, RVN: Head of Operations (Welfare) International Cat Care

14.45-15.45: Infectious diseases – and their handling in rescueAndy Sparkes, BVetMed PhD, DipECVIM MRCVS; Veterinary Director, International Cat Care and ISFM

15.45-16.00: Coffee

16.00-16.30: Rehoming from Veterinary Hospitals – Clare Meade, MVB, Cert V.R., MANZCVS (Fel med): Owner, The Cat Hospital

16.30-16.45: Afternoon Speakeasy / Q&A

16.45-17.00: Close and CPD certificates

Although this event is primarily aimed at veterinary nurses, it is open to all and should appeal to anyone with an interest in cat welfare. 

CPD credits for 5 hours will be awarded for full attendance; certificates will be issued at end of the day

Register:

To register, please fill in the form below and pay the €30 registration fee, which includes lunch (comprising a high proportion of vegetarian items, a small proportion of vegan items; please advise us before the day if you need a specific lunch option), refreshments and proceedings, by clicking on this linkOnly registrations for which the fee has been paid will be processed and a confirmation email will be sent to you.

Registration will close on the 31st of August.

**Registrations extended until the 3rd of September (with payment of attendance fee)**

How to get there:

The event will be held at the Cork International Airport Hotel, located in Cork Airport Business Park.

  • 2 minutes walk from Cork Airport Terminal
  • 8 kilometres / 15 minutes from Cork City Centre where both the Railway station and Bus stations are located
  • Regular bus service to and from the city centre  (Bus Eireann 226 Timetable)
  • Easy access to the M8, N40 & R600

13 responses to “Feline Welfare Day for Veterinary Nurses, 14th of September 2013, Cork

  1. Just wondering if there is a special overnyt rate in the hotel for anyone attending this event that is travelling a long distance
    Thanks a million

  2. Ah, just spotted last registration date was yesterday, think my payment just been taken! Are you full up?

  3. I can not see a link to pay registration fee……?? what am I doing wrong ! ?

  4. Sorry ! Just spotted it ……. hope I’m not too late !

  5. I hope I am not too late, forgot all about it until I was reminded tonight, have paid and hope for the best!

  6. Sorry but I wont be able to make it tomorrow. I hope that I might be able to get the notes for the day. Have a great day.
    Avril Barry

  7. Sorry I didn’t make it on sat either …… Any chance you could send me the notes too ?

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