Webinar: Introduction To Shelter Medicine
Royal Veterinary College
Date: Friday 20th May, 2022 - Friday 20th May, 2022
Start time: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Duration: 2 hour(s)
Key AreasPreventative health and disease management for groups of animalsNeutering - including an introduction to paediatric neuteringPragmatic decision makingBehaviour and patient friendly handlingAbout this courseAre you new to shelter medicine and want to know more about the subject many new graduates are talking about? Are you involved in charity work in your practice?Do you see recently adopted animals? Would you like to know why shelter vets use different vaccination regimes and neutering policies?Shelter medicine is a relatively new subject and covers many topics including preventative health for populations, high speed high-volume high-quality neutering, pragmatic decision making, and behaviour and communication with shelter stakeholders.Join us to get an overview of this fascinating new subject and pick up some tips from our shelter team that you can take forward into your everyday practice.Why do this course?Find out more about the subject of shelter medicine and learn how and why to apply your small animal knowledge to multi-animal groups and rehoming settings.The webinar will run from 12.00pm to 2.00pm London time on Friday 20th May 2022.Recorded version will be available to purchase for £30 approximately two weeks after the completion of the live webinar.
Who is it for?
TutorsLouise Allum, BSc MA VetMB PGCert(VetEd) MRCVS,Head Vet, Shelter Medicine Program,Royal Veterinary CollegeBree Merritt, BSc BVMS PGDipCABC FHEA MRCVSLead Vet at Wood Green, the Animals Charity for Shelter Medicine ProgramThe Royal Veterinary College
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