Distance Education – Friday 1 February – Saturday 30 November 2019
Gain exposure to the latest updates in behavioural medicine.
This course aims to present an overview of, and assist you in improving your approach to, the diagnosis and management of behavioural cases.
It will provide you with the opportunity to extend your skills and knowledge in a range of topics about animal behaviour and behavioural medicine so you will better understand learning theory, the relationship between behaviour and organic disease, psychotropic medications and how to manage anxiety, aggression and other common behavioural problems.
2 day workshop 26/27 October in Melbourne
1 day workshop 12 April in Sydney
- Kersti Seksel
- Debbie Calnon
- Jacqui Ley
CPD Points: 341
By successfully completing this course, you will:
- Significantly improve your ability to help your clients better understand their pet’s behaviour
- Further your understanding of the basics of behaviour and the intimate relationship between behaviour and organic disease
- Develop your skills in differentiating behaviour problems from problem behaviours to maximise treatment success
- Learn how to more accurately diagnose behavioural problems in most domestic species
- Improve your knowledge of psychotropic medication used to treat behavioural problems, including when to use medication, which medication to use and why
- Interact with other veterinarians who have similar interests in behavioural medicine