Chronic Diarrhoea in Dogs & Cats: a Logical Approach - WebinarLIVE!
Few things are more distressing to owners, and frustrating to vets, than patients with chronic and refractory diarrhoea.
Elizabeth Thrift will take you through the logical approach to workup and treatment of these cases in general practice.
What is a WebinarLIVE!?
Ideal for recent graduates or vets returning to practice
Time poor? Presented by veterinary experts, these live presentations are followed by an interactive Q&A where you get to ask your burning questions. The WebinarLIVE! series represents excellent value at just $25 per webinar for members.
You will receive 1 CPD point for every CVE webinar completed.
Who should enrol?
This course is suitable for qualified veterinarians. Veterinary students are welcome to enrol.
Veterinary nurses, technicians and other allied professionals 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.
How to access your webinar?
This webinar will be hosted using the ZoomTM application. Zoom is a free application, and will download automatically when you start or join your first Zoom meeting. You can also join the webinar by phone. Detailed access information will be sent to you with your registration confirmation.
BVSc (Hons) FANZCVS
Elizabeth graduated from the University of Sydney with honours in 2007 and then worked in small animal private practice in Sydney for three years. In 2011, she completed a multi-discipline internship which confirmed her interest in small animal internal medicine. She then went on to complete an internal medicine internship and subsequently an internal medicine residency. Elizabeth is a member and fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in small animal internal medicine. Elizabeth has been involved with continuing education for veterinarians as a tutor with the CVE feline medicine distance education program. She has collaborated with pathologists at Westmead Hospital to develop a diagnostic test for Pneumocystis infection to try and improve our ability to diagnose this disease in our canine patients. Elizabeth has undertaken further training to be one of the NVS mental health first aid officers, to support the mental wellbeing of our employees. She has implemented an infection control committee and policies to ensure we meet our responsibilities for antibiotic stewardship and reduce the development of antibiotic resistance. She has also contributed to implementing policies to reduce stress for our canine and feline patients when attending the clinic.