Introducing IMV imaging Summer School – a summer of FREE webinars

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IMV imaging is here to support veterinary professionals through the challenges of COVID-19.


We set up our IMV imaging Academy a few years ago with the aim of creating confidence in veterinary imaging, to support vets in improving their skills in diagnostic imaging through the creation and distribution of high-quality clinical resources focused on areas such as ultrasound, X-ray and CT.

We cover a variety of species including small animal, bovine and equine and focus on different clinical applications to ensure that no matter which stage of their veterinary career, veterinary professionals can gain CPD and upskill themselves in areas of diagnostic imaging.

As we are not able to run our popular training courses, our clinical team have decided to host a series of FREE clinical webinars throughout the Summer of 2020, focusing on different topics within diagnostic imaging, with the aim of continuing to provide highly valuable CPD and create confidence in veterinary imaging, even during these uncertain time. 

We will continue to release new webinars however all of our webinar recordings of previous webinars are now available on our IMV Summer School Channel until 31st August 2020: 

https://www.gotostage.com/channel/imv-summer-school

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IMV imaging

Part of the IMV Technologies group, IMV imaging are leaders in veterinary imaging. Previously known as BCF Technology and ECM (Echo Control Medical), we have been committed to helping our customers improve animal care for over 35 years. As a vet, you never stop learning. Capturing and interpreting diagnostic images takes skill and confidence and to help with this we run over 100 training courses each year, with our radiographer and clinical team of vets also focused on developing free online learning materials. We also believe in supporting our local and veterinary communities. 

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