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Clinical problem solving in small animal neurology online Oct.2010

Clinical problem solving in small animal neurology online Oct.2010 - News , Conferences and Seminars

Clinical problem solving in small animal neurology online Oct.2010 : News , Conferences and Seminars; This online CPD course is designed to equip clinicians in small animal practice with the knowledge and skills required to apply logical clinical problem solving skills to some of the important problems that present in small animal practice. Participants will not only develop a logical problem based approach to medical ... Clinical problem solving in small animal neurology online Oct.2010


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Clinical problem solving in small animal neurology online Oct.2010

Clinical problem solving in small animal neurology online Oct.2010

This online CPD course is designed to equip clinicians in small animal practice with the knowledge and skills required to apply logical clinical problem solving skills to some of the important problems that present in small animal practice. Participants will not only develop a logical problem based approach to medical cases but will also improve their skills in assessing clinical pathology and critically reviewing clinical data in relation to internal medicine. It is suitable for all clinicians in small animal practice who wish to develop a more logical and thoughtful approach to medical cases including veterinarians returning to small animal practice from career breaks.

Course materials are a combination of course notes, case assessments and discussion forums in which participants review cases and discuss cases with their colleagues.The course is open to any veterinarian interested in developing a rational problem-based approach to medical cases. It will also be of value to veterinarians preparing medical case reports for the RCVS CertAVP Module B-Small Animal Practice (B-SAP.1) and C modules – C-SAM.8, 9 & 10 (Small Animal Medicine A, B and C).

Key areas
• Introduction to problem based medicine
• Problem based approach to vomiting, diarrhoea, weight loss, polyuria/polydipsia, anaemia
• Interpretation of clinical pathology related to liver and pancreatic disease
• Interpretation of clinical pathology related to renal function
• Interpretation of the haemogram

What previous participants have said
"Cannot thank you enough as I have changed my way of thinking and confidence in every day consultations hugely."

"I have absolutely loved the course. I can’t tell you how much it has already changed the way I’m practising from day to day."

"What I liked most was all the reminders of the fascinating aspects of medicine and that I may not need to panic in the face of a seemingly complicated medical case"

"What I liked most about the course was being taught a thoroughly practical approach to cases with emphasis on asking the right questions rather than reliance on memorising facts. Superb tutor."

"Fantastic, worth while, very informative, practical and helpful."

"This is by far the best CPD I've done"

"The course has been amazing and has completely revitalised my approach to many medicine cases. I am really grateful and wish I had done this years ago!"



TUTORS:
Jill Maddison, BVSc(Hons), DipVetClinStud, PhD, FACVSc, MRCVS
Small Animal Clinician and Director of Professional Development
The Royal Veterinary College

Clinical problem solving in small animal neurology online Oct.2010