VICAS Quality CVE
One of the core aims of Veterinary Ireland is to provide the highest quality ongoing education to the profession to enable vets to offer the very best of care for their patients, as well as enabling them to satisfy the mandatory requirement to achieve a minimum level of ongoing education per year (Continuing Veterinary Education – CVE).
As well as providing the Veterinary Ireland Journal with its excellent refresher and peer-reviewed articles free of charge to all members, Veterinary Ireland, through the VICAS interest group, provides further education for the country’s ‘small-animal’ vets by way of up to 20 day-refresher courses, several practical workshops and a major conference each year, all at a heavy discount for members. More information on the current year’s courses is available on the Veterinary Ireland website.
CVE Notes Archive
As a service to our members, VICAS is pleased to use lovemypet.ie as the portal to host archived lecture notes from previous VICAS CVE courses.
This is only available to members of Veterinary Ireland, and you will need a password to access the archive. This is the same password as is required to enter the Members Only section of the Veterinary Ireland website and changes each year, so if you have previously accessed these notes via a previously issued but now updated password you may need the new one. If you have not received an e-mail from Veterinary Ireland HQ with the new password please use the form below to have it re-sent to you. (Please note the exception to the 2014 VICAS Symposium – this password will not change each year.)
VICAS CVE Notes by year
CVE Notes 2015
CVE Notes 2014
- VICAS Symposium 2014, Kilkenny (Please note these notes are password protected and are only available to members of Veterinary Ireland. All members will have been sent an e-mail with the link and password in June 2014. For password reminder please contact Veterinary Ireland HQ.)
Lost Password? Not a member yet?
To retrieve your password you can use the form below.
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