Masterclass in Diabetes Management | Centre for Veterinary Education

Masterclass in Diabetes Management

Masterclass in diabetes management

This course will provide practical guidelines that will enable you to achieve successful outcomes for your diabetic patients.

Learn about protocols that are easy to follow, new improved treatment and monitoring tools such as insulin dosing pens and flash glucose monitoring, and tips on how to take the stress out of the management of diabetic dogs and cats with concurrent illnesses.

Veterinary nurses with a special interest in the topic are welcome to enrol in this course. Please be aware that the course is designed for qualified veterinarians and you should consider this in light of your knowledge and experience before you register.


“Much appreciated Linda, thank you for your effort in providing an excellent delivery of very useful and practical information which I could immediately implement in my clinic. Cheers” Gloria Lee, Mount Pleasant Vet Centre (Mandai).

“It was a great course with a great instructor. Linda not only participated in the discussion but also gave a really constructive knowledge that i can apply on my case management” Kathy Lee, Locum

Learning objectives

By successfully completing this course, you will:

  • Be more confident in treating and monitoring your diabetic patients and be aware of new treatment and monitoring tools that can improve the management of your patients
  • Be better able to manage your sick diabetic patients as well as those that are eating well
  • Be equipped with practical guidelines and resources you can use to improve your patient outcomes


  1. The sick diabetic: Practical guide to management of diabetic dogs and cats that present with inappetence or other problems.
  2. The diabetic cat that is eating well
  3. The diabetic dog that is eating well
  4. Course wrap up and additional topics


Monday 12 August - Sunday 8 September 2019
Delivered Online



Linda Fleeman runs Animal Diabetes Australia, which is a clinical service in Melbourne specifically for diabetic dogs and cats. After Linda graduated from the University of Queensland, she completed an Internship in Small Animal Medicine at Murdoch University, a Residency in Small Animal Medicine at the University of Melbourne, and a PhD on the Management of Diabetes in Dogs at the University of Queensland. She worked as a Lecturer and then as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland and the University of Sydney respectively, before deciding to return to private clinical practice in Melbourne at the beginning of 2010.

Course Fees

Member TypeTimeOnline
Recent Grad / Part-time Member$303
Student Member$152
Non-member / eMember$607
*Members include: Practice, Professional and Academic members