We, as experienced specialists are determined to help colleagues to gain updated knowledge and skills through practical courses.
By teaching, training and helping our colleagues in general practice, we can contribute to improving the quality of life of pets.
After qualifying from the University of Zaragoza (Spain) Domingo worked in private practice for 4 years and carried out an internship, prior to becoming a resident at the University of Bristol in 2006. He carried out two specialist training programs, first in Small Animal Medicine first, and later in Veterinary Cardiology, to become double boarded in Veterinary Cardiology (RCVS) and Small Animal Internal Medicine (ECVIM). Domingo stayed as a clinician at the Cardiorespiratory Service of the University of Bristol until 2016. He then worked as a senior clinician at Dick White Referrals, and was Head of Cardiology, Respiratory and Interventional Cardiology at Southfields Veterinary Specialists, before moving back to Spain in 2020. He is currently the Head of Cardiology, Respiratory and Interventional Cardiology and a lecturer at the Catholic University of Valencia (Spain) Hospital. Domingo is also The General Director and Scientific Coordinator at Panacea. Domingo is an active clinician and researcher: over the past 15 years he has been published in many scientific journals and has contributed chapters to books, along with colleagues in the field. He has been a regular speaker in many congresses and conferences and is passionate about teaching and lecturing. In particular, he enjoys teaching, and supporting colleagues in general practice.
Carlos qualified from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) in 2008. Later, he worked in general practice in several hospitals in Mallorca. In 2009, he moved to the UK where he completed a one-year internship in neurology/neurosurgery at the Animal Health Trust (Newmarket). From 2012 to 2015, Carlos completed 3 years of European residency in neurology and neurosurgery at the Hospital Clínic Veterinari of the UAB and became European Specialist in Neurology in 2018. From 2015 to 2021, Carlos was Head of the Neurology and Neurosurgery service at the Veterinary Hospital of the Catholic University of Valencia, and an Associate Professor in the Department of Animal Medicine and Surgery at the same university. From October 2021, Carlos is the Head of Neurology and Neurosurgery at Memvet Veterinary Reference Centre in Palma de Mallorca. Carlos has published numerous scientific articles in national and international journals and has been a lecturer in many courses, conferences and postgraduate courses.
Miguel qualified from the Complutense University of Madrid in 1997. His interest in Anaesthesia and Critical Care led him to emigrate to the UK where he undertook a 3 year residency in anaesthesia, analgesia and critical care at the University of Bristol. Miguel holds the European College Diploma and British RCVS Certificate in Veterinary Anaesthesia and analgesia, and is a European Specialist (ECVAA) and a British Specialist (RCVS) in the discipline. Miguel has been in the past the President of the Spanish Society of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia (SEAAV)
Miguel's main areas of interest include neuroanaesthesia and loco-regional anaesthesia. Miguel is co-author of several veterinary anaesthesia and analgesia manuals and has written numerous scientific articles in many areas of anaesthesia. He has also been a speaker at numerous conferences and has been a lecturer in many courses and postgraduate qualifications. His professional activity has been divided between private referral hospitals and University lecturing and clinical work. He currently works as a Lecturer and Senior Clinician in Anesthesia and Analgesia at the University of Liverpool Referral Hospital in the UK.
Laura qualified from the Alfonso X El Sabio University in 2013. She completed a rotating internship after qualifying, where she discovered her great interest in diagnostic imaging. After the internship, Laura moved to England to continue her training in this field. Laura worked in a clinic for a year and in 2016 completed another rotating internship at Dick White Referrals, followed by a specialist imaging internship and a European residency at the same centre. Laura has been a European Diagnostic Imaging Specialist since 2022 and is currently working at The Ralph, a private referral centre in England.
Elena graduated from the University of Zaragoza (Spain) and shortly after moved to the United Kingdom to complete a rotating internship. She then completed a postgraduate course in the Autonomous University of Barcelona in 2002 and obtained her RCVS Certificate in Ophthalmology in 2005. After working for 8 years exclusively in ophthalmology, she enrolled on a European residency program in Ophthalmology at Dick White Referrals in 2016. She moved back to Spain in 2020 to start working at the Small Animal Hospital of the Catholic University of Valencia. She is currently The Head of Ophthalmology at the University, the Ophthalmology Programme Coordinator at the BSAVA and the Director of Education at Panacea-Vet. She obtained her European Diploma in 2021.
aula graduated from the University of Zaragoza (Spain) in 2012. After completing a general internship at a veterinary referral hospital in Valencia (Spain), she worked in general practice prior to moving to the UK. Following a short period working in private practice in the UK, she completed a one-year rotating internship at North Downs Specialist Referrals, prior to enrolling on a three-year ECVIM-CA Internal Medicine Residency at Dick White Referrals. After this, she returned to North Downs Specialist Referrals as part of the Medicine team in September 2020 and she achieved her European Diploma in Small Animal Internal Medicine in April 2021. Paula enjoys all areas of Internal Medicine but has a particular interest in gastroenterology and endoscopy.
Yolanda graduated from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB, Spain) and worked as general practitioner for 5 years. She then moved to the UK, where she completed an internship in cardiology, obtaining her RCVS CertVC in 2004. This was followed by a 3-year residency in Cardiopulmonary Medicine in the Small Animal Hospital, R(D)SVS, University of Edinburgh. She then worked as Clinician/Teacher in the Small Animal Teaching Hospital, University of Liverpool, followed by 3 years with Borders Veterinary Cardiology Ltd, providing mobile cardiorespiratory referral services in Scotland. She obtained her European Diploma in Veterinary Cardiology in 2009 and became RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Cardiology in 2011. She returned to the Small Animal Hospital in Edinburgh in 2013 and was head of the service until 2021. Yolanda is an active clinician and researcher and has published in many scientific journals and co-authored a book in the field of ultrasonography in feline patients with colleagues in the field. She is currently the chair of the ECVIM General Exam committee. Yolanda has been a regular speaker in national and international conferences and is passionate about clinical learning and teaching. She became a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA) in 2018 and is currently undertaking a part-time PhD in the field of assessment of competencies in veterinary education.