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Recorded Webinar Series: Day To Day Dermatology For Veterinary Nurses

Royal Veterinary College

1 year ago
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Date: Thursday 15th February, 2024 - Thursday 15th February, 2024
Start time: 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Duration: 4 hour(s)
Cost: £170

Key Areas
Tools to identify the most common skin diseases you will see (and won’t want to misdiagnose!)
Otitis
Atopic dermatitis, pathomechanism and aetiology

About this course
Wondering where to start with skin?

This course is perfect for nurses who have an interest in dermatology. Mismanaged skin cases can be a big reason for clients to become distrustful of the advice given by their veterinary practice and thus they may seek information elsewhere from Dr Google or social media or seek a second opinion or referral. On this course you will learn how to support the diagnostic decisions vets make in skin cases by learning to perform cytology, identify bacteria, yeast and common cells seen on the skin and in the ears. It will touch on lesion identification which leads to appropriate test selection, diagnosis and treatment choices of dermatologists and on atopic dermatitis (common pitfalls and aids) and basics of management (tailored to nurses). You will also learn about the common pitfalls and heroes of medication for otitis and the underlying causes contributing to relapse.

Why do this course?
Dermatology cases are common in general practice and enhancing your knowledge and skills in this area will be of benefit to the veterinarians you work with and patients under your care.

Who is it for?

vet nurses

The Speakers

Karen Gray, RVN Dermatology Veterinary Nurse The Royal Veterinary College

Number of CPD hours this event can be recorded as

6 hours

Registration and Booking

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