june, 2024

01junAll Day30Diabetic Nurse Clinicsconfirmed runningOnlineCPD Type:eCPD TutorialSubject:MedicineCPD Hours:75 minutesCost:£20Length:75 minutesAVNAT points:1.25

Course Details

Course Summary

Diabetes can be an overwhelming diagnosis for many pet owners. As one of the most common endocrine diseases facing small animals, we need to play our role in owner support and education. The disease is life long and involves a good level of knowledge and commitment from the veterinary team and owner. It is our role as veterinary nurses, to provide that baseline education to the owners, to get them on the right track. But diabetes is far from basic! Nursing management goes beyond the first consult, we can take charge of the patients life-long monitoring and alongside the veterinary surgeon, we can make a huge difference to the quality of life for the patient and owners alike.

Nurse-led management of diabetes mellitus
How to place continual glucose monitoring devices
Areas of insulin resistance and how we can help combat them
Build a base for your nurse clinics and learn for to educate owners
Learn all about diabetes including the difference between feline and canine

Course Tutor

Sophie McMurrough RVN VTS (SAIM)
Head Medicine Nurse, Northwest Veterinary Specialists

Course Length

The course is worth 75 minutes of CPD for UK delegates and 1.25 AVNAT points  for Australian and New Zealand delegates


The course is provided with unlimited lifetime access for on-demand learning

Course Notes

Unfortunately, course notes are not available with this tutorial

Release date: June 2024



june 1 (Saturday) - 30 (Sunday)




Sophie McMurroughVTS (SAIM), RVN Medicine Team Leader, North West Veterinary Specialists