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Doggone Dizzy! Canine Vestibular Disease WebinarPLUS

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Doggone Dizzy! Canine Vestibular Disease WebinarPLUS

Feeling confused by head tilts or can't tell nystagmus from strabismus?

This presentation will provide a practical review of canine vestibular disease. Pertinent and pragmatic neurological exam findings will be reviewed, as well as underlying causes, and treatment options. 

What is a WebinarPLUS?

The WebinarPLUS series is FREE to CVE Members

WebinarPLUS is a quick and flexible online learning program to fit regular CPD into your busy schedule. Delivered by leading experts in their field, each WebinarPLUS gives you an approximately 1 hour-long webinar recording, supplementary readings, a quiz and an online discussion forum to engage directly with the presenter and your peers.
Complete at your own pace over 1 week. Gain 1 CPD point per monthly WebinarPLUS. Participants will be issued an electronic certificate upon successful completion of each course.

Who should enrol?

This course is suitable for qualified veterinarians. Veterinary students are welcome to enrol.

 
Registrant Type Price
Member* Free
eMember $35
Non Member $70

*Members include: Practice, Professional and Academic members.

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WebinarPLUS
Thursday, 24 November 2022 to
Wednesday, 30 November 2022
1 CPD Point/s
Delivered Online
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WebinarPLUS
Thursday, 24 November 2022 to
Wednesday, 30 November 2022
1 CPD Point/s
Delivered Online
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Tutor/s

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Barbara Lindsay
BVSc Dipl. ACVIM (Neurology)
Barbara Lindsay is a graduate of Murdoch University. Barbara completed a rotating internship at Veterinary Specialist Services in Brisbane, and a surgical internship at Animal Refe...
Barbara Lindsay
BVSc Dipl. ACVIM (Neurology)
Barbara Lindsay is a graduate of Murdoch University. Barbara completed a rotating internship at Veterinary Specialist Services in Brisbane, and a surgical internship at Animal Refe...

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