Rabbit Weight Clinics for Veterinary Nurses

22nd July 2020 from 19:00

Online

1 Hour of CPD for Veterinary Nurses!
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Lecture Synopsis:
An exploration of the evidence base for weight management in rabbits and the nurse’s role in educating clients and running rabbit weight clinics.

Learning Points:
- Why rabbits become overweight
- How rabbits should eat
- How to change a rabbit’s diet
- How to encourage the right eating behaviour

Speaker - Dr Guen Bradbury BA VetMB MRCVS
Guen Bradbury is the Rabbit Welfare Association & Fund Magazine’s veterinary advisor, and author of ‘Behavioural Problems in Rabbits’, a clinical reference providing vets and owners with detailed, step-by-step approaches to unwanted habits. She lectures on the University of Cambridge vet course and holds honorary fellowship at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Medicine, Edinburgh.


Chair - Rhiannon Stundon RVN


Host - Charlotte Bullard BSc (Hons) PgCert VetEd FHEA

Charlotte is currently Education Manager for the BVNA, and joined the team in Summer 2019.  Prior to this, she was Programme Manager for an equine veterinary nursing training provider based in Suffolk. She is also currently completing her MSc in Veterinary Education with the Royal Veterinary College. Charlotte’s role with BVNA includes overseeing CPD opportunities for veterinary nurses, developing BVNA’s annual Congress programme, and building a network of FE and HE VN training providers to enable opportunities for collaborative working.


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Please be aware that, to allow us to provide you with a CPD certificate for the attendance of this event, there are two stages to registration. Once you have registered for this event via our website, within 7-10 days you will receive a link requesting that you complete a very quick and simple second registration form. You must complete this second stage of registration to be provided with access to the webinar.
 

Webinar Start: 19:00 (late attendees may not be let into the meeting)
Question & Answers: 20:00 (15 minutes)


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