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Small Animal Dentistry TimeOnline OnDemand

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Speaker/s: Tony Caiafa, Kayo Kuroda

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This course will look at what is needed to operate a successful dentistry unit. As well as practical oral anatomy knowledge, dental nomenclature and dental equipment and instrumentation, the course covers how to take a whole mouth series of dental radiographs. An important focus isthe management of the most common disease in dogs: periodontal disease - from the consulting room to the surgery and then back to the home including treatment, homecare advice and disease prevention.

The Difficult Airway TimeOnline OnDemand

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Speaker/s: Mathieu Raillard

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Pre-existing respiratory compromise and some conditions like the brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome can make airway management challenging in small animal anaesthesia. Increased vigilance following premedication and after tracheal extubation is required.  The first module aims to provide practitioners with the information needed to optimise preparation, equipment, time line and sequence of events during induction of anaesthesia and recovery in those cases. The second module focuses on anaesthetic safety of brachycephalic dogs and on the measures that can be implemented to reduce their risk of death.

Anaemia & Transfusion Medicine TimeOnline OnDemand

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Speaker/s: Karen Brenner

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This course aims to give general practitioners the tools to confidently formulate a diagnostic when presented with an anaemic dog or cat.

Canine Aggression: Approach & Management TimeOnline OnDemand

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Speaker/s: Sally Nixon

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Description

There are numerous myths surrounding canine aggression. Many veterinarians do not feel confident providing advice to owners about an aggressive dog. Without appropriate advice, owners may seek help from the internet or other sources that may be unreliable or not evidence based. As a result, animal welfare can be severely compromised, and human and animal safety can be at risk.

Equine Lacerations TimeOnline OnDemand

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Speaker/s: Ben Ahern

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Lacerations are very common in horses. There are myriad ways to handle them and often we get stuck in our ways. This course aims to briefly review the basics but then expand to cover assessment, debridement, closure, stabilisation, monitoring, complications and managing expectations. The emphasis is on trying to push the boundaries to some degree on options so you feel confident to try some new things in handling this common injury in horses and achieve improved outcomes.

Dermatology: Infectious Skin Disease Distance Education

Sunday, 01 May 2022

Speaker/s: Ralf Mueller, Sonya Bettenay & Stefan Hobi

Online

This event is fully booked

Distance Education

Description

Develop a logical, problem-based approach to infectious skin cases. Skin problems are among the most common reasons for presentation in everyday practice. The CVE Dermatology Distance Education program is a modular course that aims to provide you with the practical skills necessary to work-up and resolve these often recurrent cases with minimal frustration for both owner and clinician.

Heart Murmurs & Coughing in Dogs & Cats TimeOnline

Monday, 02 May 2022

Speaker/s: Zoe Lenard & Fleur James

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Registrations still open

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Description

This course aims to provide practitioners with a sound, evidence-based approach to dealing with heart murmurs in dogs and cats. Facilitated by Fleur James, an internal medicine specialist, and specialist radiologist Zoe Lenard, this course covers your approach to an orderly diagnosis of murmurs using the tools you have available in practice, specifically recognizing the differences between dogs and cats. Differentiation of cardiac and non-cardiac causes of coughing as well as diagnosing cardiomegaly and heart failure on radiographs should be possible at the conclusion of this practical TimeOnline course.

Goat Medicine & Husbandry TimeOnline

Monday, 09 May 2022

Speaker/s: Sandra Baxendell

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Registrations still open

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Description

Pet goats are becoming more popular and commercial goat herds are growing in size and distribution, so it is important that veterinarians are up to date with their knowledge to provide the best service to goat clients, and care to caprine patients.

Pain Management TimeOnline

Monday, 16 May 2022

Speaker/s: Chris Burrows, Innes Wise

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Registrations still open

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Description

The negative physiological effects of poorly controlled pain are well documented and as veterinarians we recognise the importance of using effective pain relief strategies both with respect to disease management, patient care and well-being.

Hard to Swallow: Megaoesophagus WebinarPLUS

Thursday, 26 May 2022

Speaker/s: Ed Hall

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11 day/s till Registration closes

WebinarPLUS

Description

Oesophageal dysfunction causing difficulty swallowing can be due to failure of peristalsis (i.e. megaoesophagus), inflammation (i.e. oesophagitis) or obstruction. This webinar will explain how to make a diagnosis and provide an update on potential causes of megaoesophagus and ways to manage the condition.

Intensive Ultrasound Short Course

Monday, 30 May 2022

Speaker/s: Karon Hoffmann, Annie Rose

University of Sydney

This event is fully booked

Workshop

Description

Ultrasonography is a complex discipline to master. How do you use vasculature as a “road map”? How do you reliably find the pancreas and adrenal glands? How do you get the opportunity to image the “normal” to identify the “abnormal”?

Diagnostic Imaging: Musculoskeletal Distance Education

Wednesday, 01 June 2022

Speaker/s: Xander Huizing

Online

Course starts in 10 day/s

Distance Education

Description

This comprehensive course will take your understanding of musculoskeletal imaging and pathology to a new level. Learn to refine the quality of your digital images and enhance your interpretation of radiographs of the appendicular and axial skeleton and joints. As well as conventional radiography, ultrasound, CT and MRI will be introduced where appropriate. Dogs, cats and exotics are all discussed with tutor written notes, case studies, self assessed quizzes and individual feedback enhancing the application of your learning. Make the most of the online forum to ask questions and share cases. Get to know your tutor and colleagues at the one-day face to face workshop.

Epilepsy in Dogs & Cats TimeOnline

Monday, 06 June 2022

Speaker/s: Steven De Decker

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Course starts in 15 day/s

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Description

The violent and unpredictable nature of seizures can cause severe emotional distress to owners of affected pets. It is therefore important that clients with epileptic animals are supported by their veterinary surgeon. A relationship based on mutual respect and a sound understanding of the basic principles of epilepsy are the key components of successful management. In this course we will focus on clinical decision making, common problems, and recent developments in canine and feline epilepsy.

Pain Scoring & Analgesic Protocols WebinarPLUS NurseEd

Monday, 06 June 2022

Speaker/s: Chris Burrows

Online

Designed for Nurses

WebinarPLUS

Description

In this practical webinar, Chris will review how to perform a thorough pain assessment in dogs and cats. We will also help you understand some of the common analgesic protocol used in everyday practice and why different options may be picked.

Backyard Poultry TimeOnline

Tuesday, 14 June 2022

Speaker/s: Bob Doneley

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Course starts in 23 day/s

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Description

This course aims to give you more confidence in approaching your backyard poultry cases by firstly providing an introduction to pet chicken medicine and then discussing common infectious and non-infectious diseases, anaesthesia and surgery. Veterinary nurses with a special interest in the topic are 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.

Feline Behaviour TimeOnline

Monday, 20 June 2022

Speaker/s: Sarah Heath

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Course starts in 29 day/s

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Description

The aim of this course is to increase awareness of feline behavioural medicine and educate about normal feline behaviour and how it influences the lives of domestic cats.

Urothelial Carcinoma: Urine Big Trouble! WebinarPLUS

Thursday, 23 June 2022

Speaker/s: Sonya Yu

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WebinarPLUS

Description

Urothelial carcinoma (AKA transitional cell carcinoma) is usually not diagnosed until it is advanced.

Animal Forensics: Non-accidental Injury TimeOnline

Monday, 27 June 2022

Speaker/s: Jason Byrd, Susan Underkoffler

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TimeOnline

Description

This Animal Forensics course will serve as an introduction to non-accidental injury investigation and documentation. The purpose of the course is to give the student an overview of typical signs and symptoms of injuries sustained deliberately, either through abuse or neglect.

Practical Ophthalmology TimeOnline

Monday, 04 July 2022

Speaker/s: Jane Whitley

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TimeOnline

Description

This course will cover the common ocular presentations seen by general practitioners and will be particularly useful for recent graduates. We will start with tips and tricks for performing an eye examination with equipment found in your practice or that can be easily and cheaply obtained. We will then cover the ten most common ocular presentations including the management of corneal ulcers, eyelid disease, uveitis and glaucoma. One of the four modules will focus exclusively on feline ocular disease.

Compromised Patients Critical Care WebinarPLUS NurseEd

Monday, 04 July 2022

Speaker/s: Lisa Partel

Online

Designed for Nurses

WebinarPLUS

Description

Critical, high intensity patients can appear quite daunting to look after.  They need constant monitoring; you need to think in your feet and be able to adapt and change treatment plans at short notice.  The aim of this session is to delve into some of the disease processes that occur in these patients, look at treatment plans and goals including what medication arsenal is at the care team’s disposal. We will also talk about nursing care, what we can do to make the patient more comfortable and the importance of monitoring of trends in patient parameters.  By the end of this session, you should feel more confident to nurse these unstable patients while in hospital.

Approach To The Poisoned Patient WebinarLIVE!

Wednesday, 06 July 2022

Speaker/s: Adi Frisch, Nick Merwood

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WebinarLIVE!

Description

Managing a poisoned patient can sometimes be a daunting task. A logical, planned approach will help you triage and treat these cases calmly to optimize patient outcomes. Join Adi Frisch and Nick Merwood of the Australian Animal Poisons Helpline as they discuss risk assessment and how to implement a step-by-step strategy to simplify your management of these cases.

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