Clinical Reasoning | Centre for Veterinary Education

Clinical Reasoning

Diagnostic dilemmas – a case based journey online

During this podcast your expert tutor will present a series of medical cases for you to review.

Together, you will go on a problem solving jouney that will illustrate the clinical reasoning steps that are needed to solve them.

Learning Outcomes

By successfully completing this course, you will have:

  • Reviewed a logical diagnostic approach to several clinical signs including vomiting, polydipsia and anaemia

  • Observed how structured problem-based clinical reasoning strategies can assist in solving seemingly difficult and stressful cases in general practice

  • Discussed the diagnostic utility of some clinical pathology tests – when they can be helpful and when they are not

Course Delivery

This PodcastPLUS comes with:

  • Access to a pre-recorded video podcast

  • A discussion forum for conversation, debate and information exchange with your peers and tutor

  • Access to further reading and/or resources (available one week before the video podcast release)

  • A self-assessed multiple choice quiz to qualify for CPD

  • An electronic certificate available for download upon successful completion of the quiz

PodcastPLUS

Thursday 23 November - Thursday 7 December 2017
Delivered Online
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Speaker/s

BVSc DipVetClinStud PhD FACVSc SFHEA MRCVS

Jill is a graduate of the University of Sydney. She completed an internship at the University of Sydney, spent 18 months in full time private practice in Sydney then completed a residency in small animal medicine at the University of Guelph, Canada. She returned to Australia and completed a PhD entitled Neurochemistry of Hepatic Encephalopathy at The University of Sydney. She was a senior tutor and clinician in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences at the University of Sydney from 1987 and from 1990-2000 was a senior lecturer in the Department of Pharmacology. During this time she also worked in general and specialist veterinary practice and was a consultant for a veterinary clinical pathology lab. In 2000 she became the Director of the Veterinary Science Foundation at the University of Sydney. Jill moved to the UK with her family in April 2001.

From 2002 she was a veterinary clinician and lecturer at the Royal Veterinary College, London based at the college’s first opinion practice and was appointed a Fellow at Girton College, Cambridge where she tutored in pharmacology. She is currently Professor of General Practice, BVetMed Course Director and Director of Professional Development and Extramural Studies at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC). She is actively involved in undergraduate teaching and CPD at the RVC in the areas of small animal medicine, clinical problem solving and clinical pharmacology. Jill has published over 60 refereed papers in veterinary and medical journals and is the senior editor of Small Animal Clinical Pharmacology, the 2nd edition of which was published by Elsevier in 2008. She is also co-editor of Clinical Reasoning in Small Animal Practice published by Wiley-Blackwell in March 2015. She has lectured extensively around the world on clinical problem solving, small animal internal medicine and clinical pharmacology. To keep in touch with the realities of private general practice she consults at a local veterinary practice and at the RVC’s first opinion practice, the Beaumont Sainsbury Animal Hospital. 


Course Fees

Member TypePodcastPlus
Member*Free
eMember$30
Non-member$60
*Members include: Practice, Professional, Part-time, Recent Graduate, Academic and Student members

Further details

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