Overcome FoMO. We are pleased to inform that you can now purchase an all-access pass to watch all conference lectures on-demand. The CPD points continue to be awarded for on-demand viewing.
Veterinary best practice means we should consider an animal’s health and wellbeing in it's entirety rather than dealing with issues in isolation. Behaviour is an important consideration in every aspect of a patient’s welfare. Emotions can influence the development of medical conditions, and illness may change behaviour.
What’s Behaviour Got To Do With It? was a virtual event like no other – where specialists in veterinary behavioural medicine Kersti Seksel and the entertaining and energetic Gonçalo da Graça Pereira were joined by a host of other presenters from the fields of behaviour, medicine, surgery, ophthalmology and dermatology. Over 4 packed and interactive days, they explored many commonly encountered behavioural challenges and frustrations and consider the role of behaviour in an animal’s total wellbeing – and provide their views on 'What’s Behaviour Got to Do With It…?'
- Become familiar with the latest developments in understanding and treating common small animal behavioural problems
- Develop an improved understanding of the neurophysiology of behaviour to enhance clinical decision making and patient care
- Understand the interrelationship between behaviour and physical health problems
- Learn tips for effective communication with clients regarding behavioural issues
- Develop skills to improve mental wellbeing in clinical practice
Who should enrol?
This course is suitable for qualified veterinarians. Veterinary students are welcome to enrol.
Veterinary nurses/technicians with a special interest in the topic are also welcome to enrol in this course. Please be aware that the course is designed for qualified veterinarians and you should consider this in light of your knowledge and experience before you register.
All conference sessions were recorded and are now available for on-demand viewing until 18 April 2021.
CPD certificates will be available on 22 April 2021. CPD points will be allocated for both live and on demand viewing and will be calculated to the half point by viewing time. You must watch the full presentation to receive the points allocated to that presentation. - 30 minute presentations (20 minute presentation + 10 mins Q&A) = 0.5 CPD point, 1 hour presentation = 1 CPD point
|Recent Grad / Part-Time Member
|Vet Nurse Member
|Non-Member / eMember
*Members include: Practice, Professional and Academic members.