The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) and the Society of Practising Veterinary Surgeons (SPVS) have announced an upcoming webinar providing valuable insights into the latest changes on the “under our care” (UOC) legislation.
This exclusive event will feature Linda Belton from the RCVS, who will address questions and concerns surrounding the new UOC changes.
The hour-long webinar, entitled “Understanding the New UOC Changes: A Q&A Session with Linda Belton” will run from 8pm (BST) on Wednesday 4 October 2023. The Zoom link will be provided upon registration.
The veterinary profession is constantly evolving, and staying informed about the latest regulations is crucial for both veterinary surgeons and practice owners.
With the recent changes to UOC regulations, there are many questions and uncertainties within the veterinary community.
This webinar aims to address these concerns and provide clarity on the updated guidelines.
Linda has an extensive background in veterinary practice, and she has been actively involved in shaping the profession’s regulatory landscape. Her expertise and experience make her the perfect resource for veterinarians looking to navigate the new UOC changes effectively.
During this interactive session, participants will have the opportunity to:
- gain a comprehensive understanding of the new UOC changes
- clarify any doubts or questions they may have about the updated regulations
- learn about the implications of these changes on their veterinary practice
- receive practical guidance on compliance and best practices
This webinar is open to all veterinary professionals, including veterinarians, practice managers, and veterinary team members.
Questions have been taken from the SPVS discussion list for Linda to comment on.
Some time will be available for questions from the audience so attendees are encouraged to come prepared with their questions to make the most of this unique opportunity to engage with Linda directly.
Participation in this informative webinar is free, but registration is required. To secure your spot and submit your questions in advance, please visit the website.
Don’t miss this chance to stay informed and receive expert insights on the new UOC changes. Join us for an engaging and educational session that will benefit both your practice and the practice team.