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Using Corticosteroids in Modern Veterinary Practice

The theory and practice of using corticosteroids in small animal practice

This podcast will discuss the theory and practice of using corticosteroids in small animal practice.  The podcast will cover key learning objectives such as selecting a steroid, duration of treatment, topic versus systemic treatment and interactions with other drugs.   

PodcastPLUS

Thursday 25 May - Friday 9 June 2017
Delivered Online
YEs
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Course Fees

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

Speaker/s

BVSc MVS PhD MACVSc Dipl. ACVIM

Steven Holloway graduated from the University of Sydney in 1983. He then worked for two years in private practice in Sydney followed by a medical internship at the University of Melbourne after which he was awarded an MVS and obtained membership of the ACVSc (Feline Medicine). Steven then undertook an internal medicine residency at the University of Florida followed by two years as a clinical instructor. In 1990 he became a diplomate of the ACVIM (SAM). He worked in an internal medicine referral practice in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1992 and then returned to Australia in 1994. He was awarded a PhD from the University of Melbourne in 1998. Steven has lectured in Veterinary Virology at the University of Sydney in 1998 and was a Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor of Small Animal Medicine at the University of Melbourne in 1999-2009. He is currently a registered specialist in small animal medicine and works at Advanced Vetcare in Melbourne. His interests include clinical and genetic aspects of disease and the interaction between infectious diseases and the host immune response.

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