Following reports in the media of serious and fatal cases of exposure to the liquid in e-cigarettes, both in dogs and humans, VPIS has released a statement informing vets and members of the public.
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Palm oil poisoning cases
VPIS have received a number of enquiries about dogs eating palm oil which has been washed up on beaches; reports of these poisoning cases have also appeared in the news recently.
If you've seen any cases in practice, please help us collect case information by filling out our survey form here.
Clinical trial for veterinary adder antivenom
Invitation to take part in a clinical trial for veterinary adder antivenom! For more information, please see here.
VPIS and RVC are now working together!
In addition to offering the best poisons advice to its members, VPIS is now providing a seamless referral to the RVC’s Emergency & Critical Care (ECC) service.
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Online CPD Modules
We are pleased to announce our collaboration with Vetacademy. Together, we have created a series of online CPD modules covering the most common poisonings in veterinery medicine.
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1-Day class-based CPD Courses
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VPIS has been awarded ISO9001 accreditation for its Veterinary Information Services. This is the international standard for Quality Management Systems.
We constantly strive to ensure we provide the best poisons information and listen carefully to feedback from the profession. ISO9001 is a recognition of how we manage the quality of what we do in order to ensure we deliver excellence in service.