Toxicology for Nurses
Mini Series

Get all the help you need with toxicology in this easy to attend, fully guaranteed, Online Mini Series™ from CPD Solutions

  • You have a whole year’s access to recorded sessions and study notes for reviewing key points
  • Superb value for money – you learn without travelling or paying for accommodation, childcare or petcare
  • Watch the live meetings OR the recordings across all devices
  • Self-assessment quiz to ‘release’ your 8 hours CPD certification

What will I learn on this course?

Session 1

Approach to the toxicity patient

  • List questions that can be used during telephone advice and identify which patients need to be seen urgently at the clinic
  • Discuss the process of triage and how to carry out a secondary survey, in order to prioritise patient concerns
  • Describe which is the most suitable method of decontamination for a variety of different routes of toxin exposure

Session 2

Common toxicities in cats and dogs

  • List the top 10 common toxicities in cats and dogs
  • Describe how the toxin leads to the patient developing clinical signs
  • Discuss how effectively decontaminate the patient after the toxin exposure and how to supportively manage the patient

Session 3

Nursing the hospitalised toxicity patient

  • Discuss the nursing considerations with the patient who has a neurotoxicity
  • Discuss the nursing considerations for the patient with and acute kidney injury secondary to their toxin exposure
  • Create a tailor made treatment and nursing plan for the patient based upon their individual requirements

Meet the Presenter....

Eleanor Haskey

BSc(hons), PGCertVetEd, FHEA, RVN, VTS(ECC), VPAC, A1

I graduated in 2008 from the University of Bristol with a BSc honours degree as a RVN. I moved to the Midlands where I worked in a mixed practice for 2 years before returning to the University of Bristol as Senior ICU nurse. I spent 4 years back at Bristol where I studied for and gained the VTS(ECC) qualification in 2012. In 2013 I moved to London where I joined the Royal Veterinary College Emergency and Critical Care team and worked as both senior and head ECC Nurse for a total of 6 years. In 2020 I stepped down as head nurse and back into the team to regain a focus on clinical work and mentoring the students on clinical rotations. In 2019 I completed a PGCert in Veterinary Education and became a member of the FHEA. I have lectured internationally, written several articles and also contributed to book chapters. I am on the editorial committee for The Veterinary Nurse in addition to volunteering for EVECCS, BSAVA and VCCN.

Attend the Live Sessions or watch the Recordings later - it's up to you!

Live sessions

Session 1 - Thursday 21st September 2pm-4pm (UK Time)

Session 2 - Thursday 28th September 2pm-4pm (UK Time)

Session 3 - Thursday 12th October 2pm-4pm (UK Time)

Easy to Attend!

No special equipment required... just a decent broadband connection

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It doesn’t matter……all sessions are recorded and you have access to them for a full 12 months after the course.


Take advantage of the easy Online Mini Series™ format and take the stress out of small animal neurology in your practice

Just £247 + VAT*

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Price includes...

  • All 3 sessions
  • Notes and quiz (8 hours CPD)
  • PLUS unlimited access to recordings and all course materials for 12 months!
  • No traffic jams or accommodation hassles
  • No child or pet care to arrange
  • No rota clashes to worry about and no locum cover needed

Just great CPD and a valuable ongoing resource


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Very thorough and comprehensive courses. The course notes are a great addition too.

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