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Continuing Education Courses

Continuing Education Courses

Continue your professional development and gain CPD points through the SASH CE program

Our comprehensive Continuing Education program is provided by leading Australian specialists in a broad range of disciplines across two distinct streams – for vets and for nurses. Offering face to face, virtual, and hybrid formats, there will always be something for everyone. Each course will be full of practical insights and case studies that you can use immediately to benefit your patients in your practice. Topics include emergency & critical care, medicine, surgery, oncology, neurology, dermatology, sports medicine, avian & exotics, anaesthesia, imaging, and more! Be sure to register your details below so you stay up to late with our latest events.

We are interested in hearing what topics you would like covered, so please email with feedback and suggestions.

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Upcoming Webinars & Live Events 2024

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SASH Academy

SASH is proud to provide our vet and vet nurse community with an on-demand digital platform housing a unique library of educational content from SASH specialists.

Features include:

  • Access free content any time anywhere, on your computer or mobile device
  • Learn at your own pace and resume where you left off
  • Instantly receive CPD certificates on course completion
  • A library of courses including past SASH webinars
  • Regularly updated content, with new courses due in the new year
  • Join a community of like-minded veterinarians

Previous webinars available on the SASH Academy

Changing your culture: Otitis is more than antimicrobial

Presented in partnership with Roseworthy Veterinary Alumni, Dr Peter Hill sees many and varied cases of otitis through his door. Log in to learn how to treat the whole ear, common mistakes to avoid, and how you can shape your approach so antimicrobials are only a piece of the puzzle. Peter will update you on the best ways you can manage your tricky patients in general practice.

Recordings of the presentations will be made available to attendees post-event. Attendees may also be eligible to receive 1.5 CPD points for their participation.

Speaker: Dr Peter Hill BVSc PhD DVD DipACVD DipECVD MANZCVS
Date: Tues 9th July
Time Virtual: 6:30 PM AEST, 7 PM ACST
Where: Live on Zoom

Please note this is an event hosted by the Roseworthy Veterinary Alumni team. For any enquiries related to this event, please contact Dr Chris Smith via

it's not that whacky it's just a brachy

It’s not that whacky it’s just a brachy

Brachycephalics can pose some unique challenges for nurses. Join Nikki Pelz, SASH Surgery Nurse and TAFE Instructor as she takes you through a highly relevant hybrid seminar for nurses.

Topics include:

  • What is a brachycephalic patient?
  • What makes them so special?
  • Anaesthetic considerations for the pre, peri and post operative phases
  • The importance of close monitoring
  • How to implement small changes in the clinic to improve patient care
Speaker: Nikki Pelz Cert IV(VN) AVN RVN Cert IV(Train & Assess)

Corneal Ulcer talk with Dr Negar

The Curse of the Corneal Ulcer

Corneal ulcers are not always straight forward cases. What do you do when they don’t heal after antibiotics? If this is the type of question you have found yourself asking, join Dr Negar Hamzianpour, SASH’s newest Ophthalmologist, as she covers corneal ulcers in an interactive webinar.

Topics include:

  • Why corneal ulcers may not be healing
  • Treatment options for different corneal ulcers
  • When to refer and options for when referral is not possible
Forelimb lameness with Dr Cherno

Forelimb Lameness

Join Dr Barry Cherno, Specialist in Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation as he discusses the common and not so common causes of lameness in canine thoracis limb. The webinar aims to improve the general practitioner’s ability to identify and diagnose issues related to forelimb lameness.

Date: Wednesday 29th May
Time: 7:30PM AEST, 7PM ACST