When: 12/05/2021 9:00am to 12/05/2021 5:00pm
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* Courses approved for CBCC-KA CEUs may be applied to a CPDT-KA recertification. Courses approved for CPDT-KA may not be applied to a CBCC-KA recertification.
Deep Dive: The Pain Behavior Assessment - Moose's Story A structured approach to assessing pain and behavior Pain is an important potential factor for cases which present with behavior problems. In this seminar we will focus on providing you with a structured, evidenced-based approach for an initial case assessment, while also taking you through the details of a real case. We will discuss pharmacological and non-pharmacological methods used to treat Moose, a 5 year old Bernese Mountain Dog presenting for anxiety, who also has a history of hip and elbow dysplasia. Director of Canine Arthritis Management and veterinarian Dr. Hannah Capon, Neuroscientist and veterinarian Dr. Kathy Murphy, and Certified Dog Behavior Consultant Bobbie Bhambree work together through different aspects of case work up and management. As well as looking at the individual case, generic topics such as breed predisposition for early life pain, pain psychophysiology and the neurobiological link between anxiety and pain will be discussed. We will explore how we helped Moose feel better with the right pain management treatment along with behavior modification to reduce anxiety. The focus will be on leaving you armed with practical tips on how to implement the knowledge we share. As with other events in the Deep Dive Series, this will be an opportunity to look at a real life case under a multidisciplinary lens and with the benefit of hindsight. Whether you are an animal trainer, veterinary professional, animal behaviorist or someone interested in pain and it’s neurobiology, there will be something here for you. This one-day virtual seminar will include live online lectures, video footage, and live discussion / Q&A sessions. This seminar will be recorded and available to participants after the date of the live seminar, so even if you cannot attend the live seminar, you can still access it later. The seminar is suitable for veterinary professionals, animal trainers, animal behaviorists and anyone with an interest in the neuroscience of training and behavior. Other info: Sunday December 5, 2021 9am to 5pm EDT (United States and Canada) The Zoom link will be emailed one day prior to the event. "Doors" open at 8:30am EDT. Feel free to log in and wait in our "waiting room" via Zoom. This is an online event. This seminar will be recorded and available for viewing within 2 weeks after the event date. The recording will be available up to one year.
Speaker(s):Kathy Murphy, Hannah Capone, Bobbie Bhambree
Contact: Bobbie Bhambree