Want to gain the special skills required for those tricky feline patients?
An unwell cat poses many unique challenges to the small animal practitioner and the difference between managing canine and feline patients (in both the art and the science of veterinary medicine) is well recognised.
This course is designed to reinforce, deepen and broaden your knowledge of feline medicine in a practical, interactive and enjoyable way. In addition, it will provide you with valuable information to make your practice more ‘feline friendly’.
I have thoroughly enjoyed the CVE Feline Medicine course. The course content, listserv and assignments have helped me to become a better vet. The tutors were fantastic and very encouraging. As a sole practice vet, I found this course exactly what I needed. This course was not just for vets in state of the art referral centres but catered for vets working in small clinics with very little diagnostic equipment.
Orla Fitzpatrick, Auckland NZ
The Feline Medicine Distance Education course is truly an international course with 14 renowned tutors from all over the world. Depending on your location once you enrol you will join a cohort of participants in your part of the world. The CVE has partnered with the ISFM to provide and promote the Feline Medicine Distance Education course in UK and Europe. ISFM members are entitled to the same rates as CVE members for this DE course.
In 2015, the CVE partnered with the AAFP to promote this course in the US and Canada. AAFP members are also entitled to a special rate.
If you are a members of ISFM or AAFP please use the access links below to enrol in the Feline Medicine course:
By successfully completing this course, you will:
- Review the epidemiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of common feline disease
Expand your knowledge on unusual feline conditions
Increased confidence in handling feline patients gained through a range of practical advice
Review important developments in feline medicine
Understand key differences when dealing with certain disease conditions in cats versus dogs
Understand the pathophysiological responses of cats and gain the special skills needed to confidently treat your tricky feline patients
This course now runs over 2 years in order to spread the workload more evenly. Modules will commence every 2 months as follows:
February – Dermatology
April – Respiratory Disease
June – Cardiology
August – Gastrointestinal Disease
October – Infectious Diseases
February – Urinary Tract Disease
April – Endocrine Disorders
June – Neurology/Musculoskeltal
August – Haematology/Immunology
October – Oncology
Choosing your DE course is a big commitment, so there’s no need to add further stress by paying your course up front. To pay as you learn, you will need a $1,000 deposit to secure your place, followed by 50% of the total course fee 10 days prior to course commencement date. We’ll arrange simple monthly direct debits from your credit card over 3 or 6 months.
Note: Payment Plan will incur an additional $250 administration fee, and Early Bird rates do not apply if you choose the payment plan option.
For the full terms and conditions please see our Terms.
This program was reviewed and approved by the AAVSB RACE program for 324 hours of continuing education. Participants should be aware that some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and/or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continuing education. Please contact the AAVSB RACE program if you have any comments/concerns regarding this program’s validity or relevancy to the veterinary profession.
|Member Type||Super early bird||Early bird||Full rate|
|Non-member / eMember||$6310||$6610||$6810|
Please note: All course fees will be charged in Australian dollars AND you must be a qualified veterinarian to enrol in this courses.
If you completed 2 or more Distance Education (DE) courses in the previous 5 years, you are eligible for a 10% discount on the next DE course/s. Contact the CVE on +61 2 9351 7979 or email@example.com to redeem this discount.