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This online course provides veterinary practitioners and mental health professionals with a shared understanding of how animal loss affects the people we work with, and how we can collaborate to support them. Special attention will be paid to working with people whose animal loss is accompanied by complicated relationships and/or circumstances. This course offers 2.5 hours of NC Continuing...

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Once every five years the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) and the New Zealand Veterinary Association (NZVA) joins together for the Pan Pacific Veterinary Conference. It is expected that over 750 Australian veterinary professionals will join over 200 of their New Zealand counterparts at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, 24-29 May 2015. The scientific program offer a...

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Identify your trouble spots and work on fixing them, with these revision courses. Delegates will review the theory of Animal Health and Husbandry and other topics relevant to Unit VN4; including legislation, nutrition, reproduction and identification methods.    - The College of Animal Welfare

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Cardiovascular disease is an essential part of first opinion practice. This course is highly practically orientated and focused to help you to recognise cardiovascular emergencies, differentiate them from diseases affecting other organ systems and be confident in your initial approach to treatment and stabilisation. What you’ll learn: *Differential diagnosis of coughing, dyspnoea...

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Webinar Plus: Feline endocrinology

May 26, 2015 - May 31, 2015

In the past decade significant advances have occurred in the field of feline endocrinology. Achieving diabetic remission is now, rightly or wrongly, heavily promoted, the treatment of hyperthyroidism now has an additional option available to the clinician (but which option is best?) and acromegaly is now recognised as a severely underdiagnosed endocrinopathy in diabetic cats. In summary - lots...

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Small animals with chronic pain present with complex or multiple problems. Pain varies considerably depending on the underlying cause and may also be affected by the patient’s lifestyle. Improved owner education has increased awareness, and many owners are keen to do all that they can to prevent or minimise their pet’s on-going pain. Interest in complementary therapies is also very...

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