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VetEd-approved CPD on-demand
Vetnostics CPD Program
Earn 1 CPD point for every 4 cytology/histopathology specimens submitted to Vetnostics, where a clinical workup has been sufficiently documented and clinical diagnoses are accurate. For more details, please download the flyer.
If you have any queries regarding the implementation or structure of the Vetnostics Pathology CPD program please call the duty pathologist on 1300 VET QML (1300 838 765).
One-on-one training program in de Angelis cruciate repair
Training for veterinarians practitioners in a supportive manner in your own familiar environment.
Tutor: Dr. John Inns, MA (Cantab), VetMB, Graduate Certificate in University Teaching, Cert IV Information Technology (Websites), MANZCVS (Small Animal Medicine and Small Animal Surgery)
The course consists of 3 modules of 6 h-duration each, designed to be taken in sequence at intervals of varying length dependent on practice case load. The complete course is eligible for 27 CPD points.
Learning activities include:
- Active participation in a demonstration of the de Angelis technique.
- Completion of two separate de Angelis procedures under supervision.
- Background reading material including journal and review articles.
- Creation of a detailed surgical report to assist you in performing the procedure.
- Production of written client information on the procedure, aftercare and potential complications of de Angelis cruciate surgery.
- An exercise in correct use of a crimping device.
Quadam online course: Tools and tricks to diagnose and manage a pruritic dog
Tutor: Dr Patrick Hensel, Dr. med. vet. DACVD, Tierdermatologie Basel (Switzerland)
The objective of this course is to give the general practitioner a very practical, clinically oriented and detailed approach on how to manage a patient with pruritus.
- Week 1: Diagnostic tools in veterinary dermatology
- Week 2: How to rule out and treat ectoparasites
- Week 3: The most common microbial infections
- Week 4: Atopy vs. food allergies
- Week 5: Successful management of an allergic patient
- Week 6: Case studies (I): Examination, diagnosis, and treatment
- Week 7: Case studies (II): Examination, diagnosis, and treatment
- Week 8: Case studies (III): Examination, diagnosis, and treatment
The complete course is eligible for 24 CPD points. For more details, please visit http://www.quadam.com/course/364