Events

POSTPONED 11th Symposium of the International Association of Veterinary Rehabilitation and physical Therapy to be held in Cambridge, UK on 19th - 21st August 2020. For further information follow this link.

NARCH Education Seminar - Sunday 6th October 2019
For more information on the event click here


Vet Fest 2019

VET Festival 7th - 8th June 2019
VET Festival is a ground breaking event for the veterinary world to come together to hear, learn and network with the very best practitioners, visionaires and thought leaders in the world to discuss small animal veterinary medicine. Taking place on 7-8th June 2019 the forward thinking conference programme will be delivered by world-class speakers in the stunning grounds of Loseley Park in Surrey. VET Festival is an opportunity to gain baseic and advanced CPD accreditation - learning from leading global experts on a variety of lecture topics. Delegates will be able to network in a relaxed environment. Book now using code NAR15 for a 15% discount or visit www.vetfestival.co.uk for more information about the event.


ChesterGates Full Day CPD event - Friday 22nd March 2019
This will be a relaxed, informal event giving 8 hours of CPD. As well as lectures in Neurology from our guest spealer Dr Laurent Garosi DVM DipECVN FRCVS, RCVS and EBVS European Specialist in Veterinary Neurology, there will also be lectures in Orthopaedics, Internal Medicine & Soft Tissue Surgery so there will be something for everyone. For further details of the CPD event either contact Lizzy on 01244 853823 Ext 201 or lizzy@chestergates.org.uk or visit our website 

Animal Bereavement - what happens to us when our pets die? Saturday 23rd February 2019
During the workshop, we will help you to understand the stages of the grieving process that we all go through, to a greater or lesser degree. We will explore what is meany by complicated grief and different types of grief. We will aslo share a range of ways of helping and supporting ourselves and our clients through these losses. For more information click this link.

IAAT - "Supporting your dog to reach their full potential through every stage of their life"
27th November 2018 - Massage throughout your dogs lifetime 9.30 * 4.30 Hove. £95. For more information follow the 

link.

NARCH AGM & Education Seminar: 7th October 2018
The day includes talks on Under Water Treadmill, Professional Working Dogs, Stress and Rehabilitation, and patient welfare as well as a 30 minute workshop on water testing. To purchase tickets click  here. For more information click this link

Vet Festival, Loseley Park, Surrey - 8th & 9th June 2018

Vet Festival is different. Very different. Ask anyone that's been It is the only outdoor CPD event and we guarantee you will leave feeling inspired, invigorated and bursting with new found knowledge to take back to your practice.

It really is CPD with the feel good factor! Vet Festival is a unique outdoor environment - fresh air, music, chilling, great food and an awesome atmosphere. It's a chance to immerse yourself in CPD for two days not also have some fun and relax with your colleagues.

Top reasons to choose vet festival for your CPD:

- International, pioneering speakers
- 14 conference streams, over 120 CPD lectures and a dedicated nursing trail
- New Streams for 2018: Minimally Invasive Surgery, Cardiopulmonary and Nutrition & Diagnostic Imaging
- New for 2018: two day Rehabilitation Stream
- VETFest Live Party on Friday night
- Over 40+ exhibitors and sponsors demonstrating the latest products and services

Book now using code NAR15 for a 15% discount or visit www.vetfestival.co.uk for more information about the event.

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Recent news

NARCH COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS UPDATE NO 1 dated 24TH MARCH 2020
Following the Prime Minister's address to the Country at 20.30 hrs on 23rd MARCH 2020 in which the Government issued instructions to stop all but essential contact, all NARCH Hydrotherapy Centres should close with immediate effect.
The Prime Minister stated that this is a NATIONAL EMERGENCY.
The measures we are all being asked to put in place are to protect and preserve the health of the Nation - our staff, our clients, the general public, our families, those in high risk category groups and above all our healthcare workers, emergency services personnel and those involved in food production and supply. We need our front line workers to stay healthy so that they can help us.
We must all do our part if we are to slow down and ultimately stop this virus. Please do your part.

JOB RETENTION SCHEME
All employers may wish to visit the BARLOW Robbins website link
https://www.barlowrobbins.com/resources/the-job-retention-scheme-a-lifeline-to-employers for details about the Governments new Job Retention Scheme, designed to keep people in employment over the next few months as businesses are forced to temporarily close.

Thank you all.

THE NARCH MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE