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Diagnostic Imaging: Musculoskeletal Distance Education

Friday, 01 May 2020

Speaker/s: Sarah Davies

Online

Hurry! Limited Places Remaining

Distance Education

Description

Beyond broken bones - Increase your diagnostic accuracy and confidence. This comprehensive course will take your understanding of skeletal 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.

Demystifying ECGs TimeOnline

Tuesday, 19 May 2020

Speaker/s: Niek Beijerink

Online

Registrations still open

TimeOnline

Description

Arrhythmias can produce a broad range of clinical signs, from the barely perceptible to cardiovascular collapse. In the diagnostic work-up of arrhythmias, electrocardiography is the key element. If you’re like most vets, reading ECGs is probably a little bit of a nightmare! This course will help you develop a step by step guide to the interpretation of ECGs, starting with grasping the concepts of electrocardiography, and the normal ECG.  Using ample case-based material, we will cover the most common ECG abnormalities in dogs and cats and review basic treatment strategies to help you provide better diagnostic and treatment options for your patients and clients.

Equine Endocrine Disease TimeOnline

Monday, 08 June 2020

Speaker/s: Jamie Wearn

Online

Course starts in 2 day/s

TimeOnline

Description

The field of equine endocrinology is currently undergoing a period of rapid development of our understanding of several common equine endocrinopathies encountered in equine clinical practice. This course focuses on a revision of the underlying pathophysiology of key equine endocrinopathies, and a review of the most recent literature on the diagnosis and management of these conditions.

Equine Medicine CPD Bundle TimeOnline

Monday, 08 June 2020

Speaker/s: Jamie Wearn

Online

Course starts in 2 day/s

TimeOnline

Description

Enrol in both Equine Endocrine Disease and Equine Gastrointestinal Disease TimeOnline course during 2020 to receive a 15% discount on the bundle. TimeOnline is a quality online education program delivered by veterinary experts in short, manageable time frames.

Tracheal Collapse WebinarLIVE!

Wednesday, 17 June 2020

Speaker/s: Philip Moses

Online

This event is fully booked

WebinarLIVE!

Description

Tracheal collapse is a condition primarily affecting older toy and miniature breeds of dogs. The condition is characterized by progressive weakening of the cartilaginous tracheal rings resulting in collapse of the trachea.  Tracheal collapse may be congenital, however is more commonly acquired. Tracheal collapse may affect the extra-thoracic or intra-thoracic trachea and is a dynamic and progressive condition.  In this informative and engaging lecture Philip Moses examines the aetiology, diagnosis and treatment options, both medical and surgical, for this debilitating and very common condition.   With over 20 years’ experience treating airway disorders in dogs Philip is widely regarded as one of Australia’s leading authorities on surgical management of airway disease in dogs and cats.

Avian Surgery TimeOnline

Monday, 22 June 2020

Speaker/s: Robert Doneley

Online

Course starts in 16 day/s

TimeOnline

Description

This course aims to teach practitioners the indications for surgery and give them the information needed to better prepare for, plan and perform a surgical procedure. Common approaches and techniques for both soft tissue and orthopaedic procedures are described. Post-operative care is discussed to ensure that the best possible outcomes are achieved.

Increased Liver Enzymes in the Geriatric Dog WebinarLIVE!

Wednesday, 24 June 2020

Speaker/s: Elizabeth Jenkins

Online

18 day/s till Registration closes

WebinarLIVE!

Description

We routinely recommend and perform biochemistry panels in dogs. But what do elevations in liver enzymes mean for your patient – especially when they’re unexpected? Elizabeth Jenkins will help you understand how to interpret these variations.

Acute Vomiting & Diarrhoea WebinarPLUS

Thursday, 25 June 2020

Speaker/s: Ed Hall

Online

19 day/s till Registration closes

WebinarPLUS

Description

Acute gastroenteritis is common in dogs, yet its various causes and the evidence for different treatments are still uncertain. This presentation will discuss what we know so far and what is considered the optimal treatment.

Why aggression? Neurophysiology of emotion WebinarLIVE!

Wednesday, 01 July 2020

Speaker/s: Sally Nixon

Online

25 day/s till Registration closes

WebinarLIVE!

Description

What is aggression and when is it normal? Darwin first made the case for the existence of emotion in non-human animals - but how effective are we within the veterinary profession at understanding emotion in our patients? What are the quantifiable changes that take place in an emotional state? Webinar presenter Dr Sally Nixon joins us to take a look at the neurophysiology of emotion and will then apply that to aggression. Just about all of us have been faced with the challenge trying to help an aggressive patient; within this fascinating live webinar Sally will clarify exactly what aggression is, when it’s normal and when and how to intervene.

Animal Forensics: Non-accidental Injury TimeOnline

Monday, 06 July 2020

Speaker/s: Jason Byrd, Susan Underkoffler

Online

Course starts in 30 day/s

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.

Dental Disease TimeOnline OnDemand (Nurses)

Wednesday, 15 July 2020

Speaker/s: Polina Tan

Online

TimeOnline OnDemand

Description

Dental health is an important issue for all members of the veterinary practice. As nurses, you are at the forefront of communicating with owners about their pet’s health and need a solid understand of dental disease to be able to off er appropriate recommendations. This course will empower you to apply these skills confidently and competently.

Unwrapped: Wounds & Dressings TimeOnline OnDemand (Nurses)

Wednesday, 15 July 2020

Speaker/s: Polina Tan

Online

TimeOnline OnDemand

Description

Wound healing can appear to be a complicated process but when understood will allow better treatment and improved patient outcomes. This practical course is all about what to do with a wound and which dressing to choose. It will have you bandaging patients with confidence!

Surgical Nursing TimeOnline OnDemand (Nurses)

Wednesday, 15 July 2020

Speaker/s: Polina Tan

Online

TimeOnline OnDemand

Description

Nurses love surgery! This practical course will have you confidently preparing patients for surgery and eff iciently packing instruments in time for the next procedure. Scrubbing into surgery can be daunting, but we will review what is involved.

Anaesthetic Considerations for Seizure-Prone or Head Trauma

Wednesday, 15 July 2020

Speaker/s: Mathieu Raillard

Online

WebinarLIVE!

Description

How do you safely anaesthetise a patient with head trauma, keeping it stable without exacerbating the condition? Mathieu Raillard will take you through the factors that will help you maximise your patient outcomes.

Masterclass in Diabetes Management in Dogs & Cats TimeOnline

Monday, 27 July 2020

Speaker/s: Linda Fleeman

Online

TimeOnline

Description

Learn about protocols that are easy to follow, new improved treatment and monitoring tools such as insulin dosing pens and continuous subcutaneous glucose monitors, and tips on how to take the stress out of the management of diabetic dogs and cats with concurrent illnesses.  Veterinary nurses/technicians 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.

Canine Abdominal Ultrasound TimeOnline

Monday, 27 July 2020

Speaker/s: Jennifer Chau

Online

TimeOnline

Description

This course is designed to give you the essential knowledge on how to optimize image quality, how to find abdominal structures such as the pancreas and adrenal gland, and how to approach some common challenges faced in clinical practice such as free abdominal fluid, nodular disease and ileus. A case based approach will be used to explore the common diseases associated with these problems and how to diagnose them.

Poisonous Plants & Where to Find Them WebinarPLUS

Thursday, 30 July 2020

Speaker/s: Zoe Vogels

Online

WebinarPLUS

Description

Would oleander by any other name kill as quickly? You betcha! There are lots of plants out there that can cause morbidity and mortality in livestock. Some of these plants are known nasties, while others – such as summer or winter crops – are just good plants gone bad.

Diagnostic Imaging: Abdominal Distance Education

Saturday, 01 August 2020

Speaker/s: Zoe Lenard

Online

Distance Education

Description

Develop an ordered and logical approach to imaging and evaluation of the abdomen. This course focuses on a radiographic approach to abdominal imaging, but will be supplemented with discussion of other imaging modalities. The usefulness of ultrasonography will be explored for imaging abdominal viscera and, where relevant, the application of other diagnostic tools such as computer tomography (CT) will be discussed and demonstrated.

Equine Gastrointestinal Disease TimeOnline

Monday, 03 August 2020

Speaker/s: Jamie Wearn

Online

TimeOnline

Description

This course focuses on developing an evidence-based medicine approach to the diagnosis and management of common gastrointestinal disorders of horses; encompassing a revision of relevant physiology and its application to pathophysiology.

Toxicity Management WebinarLIVE!

Wednesday, 05 August 2020

Speaker/s: Claire Sharp

Online

WebinarLIVE!

Description

Treating toxicity cases can seem a constantly changing landscape as new toxins are identified and approaches to therapy evolve. Join Claire Sharp as she outlines outlines approaches and methodologies, so you know what to do when these patients present.

Lymphoma TimeOnline

Monday, 10 August 2020

Speaker/s: Sophia Tzannes

Online

TimeOnline

Description

As clients are frequently motivated to treat their pets, it is important for clinicians to not only know about the basics of the disease and its diagnosis, but also provide all options for treatment, from simple to multi-modal and cutting-edge, and feel confident administering therapy, if they wish to do so. This course aims to provide a thorough overview of canine and feline lymphoma, from the diagnostic steps, tests that can be offered and what should be done, and how to interpret the pathology results, knowing why this is important for treatment advice.  A further goal is to understand safe chemotherapy administration and appropriate drug choice for the specific presentations to maximise a successful outcome for our patients.  It will cover the recognised standard-of-care therapy, plus the more novel options emerging. The course reviews the significant advances in our understanding of the spectrum of lymphoma that has emerged over the past few years that are relevant for an appropriate approach to each patient.

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