On Demand | Feline urethral obstruction: Best practice | Dr Kath Briscoe 1 CPD Points


Management of blocked cats in practice is a medical emergency. Is there a way to manage these patients that will both provide them with best possible care, and minimise frustration for clinicians? And how do we reduce the risk of re-obstruction? In this webinar we will discuss the acute management of feline urethral obstruction and strategies for short- and long-term management.

Price levels

18 Apr 2023 to 17 May 2024
Associate $ 25.00
Full Member $ 25.00
New Graduate $ 25.00
Non-Member $ 50.00
Student $ 25.00
Small Animal - Associate $ 0.00
Small Animal - Full Member $ 0.00
Small Animal - New Graduate $ 0.00
Small Animal - Student $ 0.00

Who should attend

Veterinarians, New Grads, Students

Further details

Please note this on-demand webinar free for ASAV members.

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Dr Katherine Briscoe
Kath graduated from the University of Sydney in 2003, graduating with first class honours and the University Medal. After working in private practice for a number of years, Kath undertook both her internship and residency at the University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Sydney attaining Fellowship of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Feline Medicine in 2012. After 13years in academic and private referral practice, Kath moved with her family to the mid north coast of NSW where she has since worked as a referral clinician in a general practice setting. Years of referral practice have allowed unique insights into ways in which a primary accession clinic might improve the health of its feline patients and provide superior services to their owners. Dr Briscoe is also keen to ensure general practitioners are well versed in what can be achieved in their own clinics and at what stage one should consider referral.

On Demand | Feline urethral obstruction: Best practice | Dr Kath Briscoe

Start: 17 May 2023, 8:00PM
End: 17 May 2024, 9:00PM
$ 50.00
Registration closes on 17 May 2024
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