Course Presenter Bio:
Yvonne McGrotty BVMS, CertSAM, DipECVIM, MRCVS

Qualifications:

BVMS, CertSAM, DipECVIM, MRCVS

 

Speciality:

Small Animal Medicine
 

Current Post:

Consultant for IDEXX Veterinary Laboratories UK and also a consultant for Centre Hospitalier Vétérinaire Atlantia in Nantes, France

Region:

All of UK
 

Clinical Profile:

Yvonne graduated from Glasgow in 1997. After 2 years in small animal practice she returned to Glasgow Vet School where she completed a residency in small animal medicine. Following completion of her residency she spent time at the Royal Veterinary College in London increasing her knowledge in the field of emergency and critical care medicine, worked as a clinical pathologist for Axiom Veterinary Laboratories and also worked in private referral clinics across the UK. Yvonne was awarded the European Diploma in Small Animal Medicine in 2006 and is both a RCVS and European Veterinary Specialist in Internal Medicine. She is currently an internal medicine consultant for IDEXX Veterinary Laboratories and also a consultant at Centre Hospitalier Vétérinaire in Nantes, France. Yvonne has a particular interest in emergency and critical care medicine. She offers referrals in all aspects of medicine including transfusion therapy, gastroenterology, nephrology, medical oncology, haematology, respiratory medicine, nasal disease and hepatology. Yvonne is regularly asked to speak at meetings across the UK and Europe and is an author of multiple journal articles and book chapters.

 

Courses:

  • Canine Medicine

  • A practical approach to canine medicine for new graduate vets

  • What's new in Cushings? A practical approach to Cushings Cases

  • Stabilising those difficult diabetic patients. A practical approach to Diabetes Mellitus

  • Help! Could it be Addison's? A practical approach to therapy and diagnosis

  • Chronic Diarrhoea: A logical approach to these frustrating cases

  • An increasing problem: Lungworm. Don't miss a diagnosis

  • Ouch, could it be Pancreatitis? Providing the best care for your patients

  • Canine uroliths, an approach to medical management