8 May 2020 09:00 - 8 May 2020 17:00
Learn Online: Travelling dogs: Diagnosing and managing exotic diseases
Online , Online , Gloucester Gloucestershire, GL2 2AB
Travelling dogs: Diagnosing and managing exotic diseases
Start date: Friday 1st May 2020
Tutor: Kate Murphy
Fees: BSAVA Member £120 Inc VAT; Non Member £180 Inc VAT
This online course is intended for veterinary surgeons working in clinical practice who would like to increase their knowledge and understanding of the various infectious diseases that may be seen in dogs who travel from overseas. This course will explore five infectious diseases, beginning with understanding the cause and transmission, through recognising clinical signs associated with infection. We will then explore which diagnostic tests are most relevant and how to interpret the results finishing with treatment options and prevention strategies.
Online activities (including quizzes and case studies) will 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’. These will include congress podcast recordings, JSAP and companion articles as well as a free chapter from the relevant BSAVA Manual (as well as a discount voucher for purchasing the whole book).
The first weekly unit will be released on the First Friday of the month, with the next weekly units being released on the following two Fridays. The discussion forum is open for the first three weeks of the course and the course content will remain available for a total of 8 weeks. You can complete the work how and when you choose over these 8 weeks.
- Babesia & Ehrlichia
- Heartworm & Hepatozoon
Overall intended learning outcomesRecognise the clinical signs of leishmaniasis and understand the clinical staging , diagnostic tests, treatment options and prevention strategies for Leishmania infection.Recognise the clinical and clinicopathical signs of babesiosis amd understand the pathogenicity of different babesia spp. as well as disease transmission, diagnostic tests, treatment options and prevention strategies for Babesia spp. Recognise the clinical and clinicopathalogical signs of ehrlichiosis and understand disease transmission, diagnostic tests, treatment options and prevention strategies for Ehrlichia infection Understand the different parasites associated with "heartworm" infections as well as making a diagnosis, staging of infection, treatment options (including how to reduce the risks associated with treatment) and prevention strategies. Recognise the clinical signs associated with hepatozoonosis and understand disease transmission, diagnostic tests, treatment options and prevention strategies for Hepatozoon spp. infection.
After completion of this courses, participants will be able to:
Terms and Conditions: All courses must be paid for in full at the time of booking.
To qualify for an applicable refund, cancellations must emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or requested by telephone on 01452 726700. With over 30 days’ notice we will refund 70% of the course fee. With between 15-30 days’ notice we will refund 50% of the course fee. No refunds will be provided for cancellations with notice of 14 days or less, however if we are able to resell your place on the course we will provide a full refund.
BSAVA reserves the right to alter the programme or the speaker should this become necessary due to unavoidable circumstances. BSAVA reserves the right to cancel a course due to unforeseen circumstances. Registrants should note that the BSAVA member's rate applies only when the person attending the course is a member of the Association. To qualify for the reduced member's rate for courses, non-members must join BSAVA prior to the course.