16-17 NOVEMBER 2023

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Conference Programme 2023 - Preview

Since 2008, the London Vet Show has offered veterinary professionals the very best in CPD education. 2023 will be no exception - and we are delighted to bring you a sneak peek of the RVC Clinical Theatre 1, 2 and 3 programme line-up below! 

Join us at the ExCeL London this 16-17 November and gain up to 17 hours of CPD over just two days. Don't miss our inspiring lectures, workshops and sessions, programmed by the RVC & BVA, featuring leading speakers from around the world! PLUS some exciting new education features. Not to mention meet with 350+ suppliers of practice-transforming veterinary products and services. 


RVC Clinical Theatre 1, 2 and 3 Preview

Session Speaker
POCUS: Essentials for everyday practice

Laura Cole

Saving lives in the ER – why cats are not small dogs. Joint lecture with a critical care nurse?

Laura Cole

Medical Mystery Tour 2023

David Church

Compare and contrast - key diagnostic and management tips for canine and feline pancreatitis

Caroline Mansfield

Will it never end? Chronic diarrhoea in dogs

Caroline Mansfield

Top tips for diagnosing and managing chronic GI disease in cats

Caroline Mansfield

Chronic pancreatitis in dogs – a diagnostic and management challenge

Caroline Mansfield
What’s the deal with biliary mucoceles? Caroline Mansfield

Approach to regurgitation in dogs - new thoughts on oesophageal disease

Caroline Mansfield

We should give less antibiotics, but where is this safe in soft Tissue surgery?

Vicky Lipscomb
Fluid in the wrong place – diagnostic approach to pleural and abdominal effusions in dogs and cats Jenny Reeve

Saving lives – therapeutic approach to pleural and abdominal effusions in dogs and cats

Jenny Reeve

Why are the majority of dogs with Cushing’s disease poorly managed? Insights from team RVC

Chris Scudder, David Church, Joe Fenn

First do no harm – tips and tricks for making your GI surgeries safer

Ed Friend

Saving lives - management of traumatic wounds in dogs and cats

Ed Friend

So much choice! Management options for the patient with atopic dermatitis – what works?

Tim Nutall

First do no harm – getting otitis management right from the very first visit.

Tim Nutall

Peering through the shadows - diagnostic bias and the impact on clinical decision making

Helen Dirrig; Jill Maddison

Smoke and mirror – looks like a seizure, but is not?

Holger Volk

Having the end in mind in epilepsy management

Holger Volk




International Speaker

Caroline MansfieldWe are thrilled to announce Caroline Mansfield, decorated Australian veterinary educator, will join us for six lectures at the London Vet Show 2023

Caroline grew up in Perth, and graduated as a veterinarian from Murdoch University. She then worked in mixed animal practice before travelling to the UK to work as a locum in small animal practice. Whilst there, she got bitten by a love for small animal medicine, and was lucky enough to complete a residency training program at University College, Dublin in that discipline. She gained her specialist qualifications (Diplomate, European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine) in 2001, and returned to Murdoch University to work as an academic teacher and clinician. She continued her interest in gastroenterology both in clinics and in research, obtaining her PhD in the field of canine pancreatitis.