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Wondering what this image has to do with the CVE?

Register for the Non-accidental injury cases in vet practice podcast with Lydia Tong to find out.

Lydia’s fascinating podcast will enlighten you about the links between violent behaviours toward animals and humans, what that can mean for you in the clinic, and what to do if you are also worried about human welfare.

Research has proved that animals that are the victims of abuse do present to private practice but many vets have never received formal training about how to deal with distressing cases where suspected non-accidental injury is involved. Participating in this podcast will show you how to identify the warning signs, how to safely conduct a consultation in these circumstances, how to get further assistance and what your ethical, professional, and legal obligations are in these situations.

This podcast will be of immense benefit to all staff at your practice. Please put the dates in your diary now.

Thursday 20 April 2017  |  1 CPD Point

11 Great Podcasts In 2017

This is one of many great podcasts available in CVE’s PodcastPLUS Series in 2017, and it’s FREE to CVE Members. Of course, non-CVE Members are most welcome to enrol and join in, too.

Start 2017 the way you mean to go on

Enrol today for the first cab off the PodcastPLUS rank, Linda Vogelnest’s fascinating podcast on Apoquel in management of allergic skin disease and learn to use this drug safely and most effectively in your practice. Best of all, you will have the opportunity to read up on the subject first courtesy of Linda’s recommended preliminary reading list, view the podcast, and then join the discussion with your peers for up to 2 weeks after the podcast release date.

AND, each PodcastPLUS = 1 structured CPD point.

Utilise your CVE Member Benefits

Visit: cve.edu.au/education and enrol now


Your New Year’s Resolution starts here: Enrol for Linda’s course Thursday 23 February – Friday 10 March 2017



Engagement Communications Specialist

Lis celebrated 25 years working for the CVE in July 2016. Building a strong CVE professional community has long been a key focus, to which end she completed a Masters of Marketing at the University of Sydney in 2016. Her capstone consulting project was based around surveying veterinarians in Australia and overseas to discover how they experienced the CVE both as a membership organisation and participants in continuing professional development. Lis was awarded the Australian Marketing Institute Prize for Best Consulting Project in 2016 for the most outstanding research project in her graduating class. The vast volume of data generated in this research project is being used to assist the CVE to adapt, improve and innovate to ensure that membership remains as relevant and as accessible today as when Tom Hungerford and colleagues first established the CVE in 1965.