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3 January 2020 09:00 - 3 January 2020 17:00

Approach to allergic skin disease

Online , Online , Gloucester Gloucestershire, GL2 2AB





Dermatology - Allergic skin disease

Start Date: Friday 3rd January 2020
Tutor: Susan Paterson MA VetMb DVD DipECVD FRCVS
Fees: BSAVA Member £120.00 Inc VAT
          Non Member £180.00 Inc VAT

This online course is intended for veterinary surgeons working in clinical practice who would like to increase their knowledge and skills in the work up and management of dogs with allergic skin disease.
The course will cover initial history taking and physical examination, working through the differential diagnoses to result in a diagnosis of allergic skin disease and ultimately to understand the different treatment options available to vets. Online activities will be used to support your learning and discussions on the online forum will be encouraged.
We also provide additional resources to complement the course. The BSAVA Bonus Bits will include some Congress podcast recordings and Companion articles as well as a FREE book chapter from the BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Dermatology.

Weekly units

  1. The approach to the pruritic dog
  2. Diagnosis of canine atopic dermatitis (CAD)
  3. Treatment of canine atopic dermatitis

 
Overall intended learning outcomes
After completion of the course, participants will be able to: 


  • Take a thorough history and perform a general and dermatological examination of the dog
  • Identify primary and secondary legions and understand which types of lesions correlate with different pruritic disease presentations.
  • Understand the best techniques for performing and interpreting relevant diagnostic tests
  • Understand the evidence base and need for a multi-modal treatment plan


  • Tutor: Sue Paterson

    Sue qualified from Cambridge Vet School in 1984. She then went on to take her certificate in Small Animal Dermatology followed by the Royal College and European Diplomas in Veterinary Dermatology. She has been a recognised specialist in Veterinary Dermatology for over 20 years. She has written more than 50 peer reviewed articles and seven text books, the latter being widely translated into German, Spanish, Chinese and Russian. She has lectured extensively at NAVC, ESVDm ECVD, WSAVA, SEVC and EERVC and contributes regularly at BSAVA Congress. She has lectured in more than 30 countries. She has served as Chair of both Publications and Education at BSAVA. Sue is an elected member of Royal College Council where she sits on Education Committee. 

    See what Sue has to say about her course


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