Improve Patient Wellbeing - Quality of Life
Veterinary and Veterinary Nursing Symposium
Date and Time
Sunday 29 August 2021 | 9am - 4pm
- Scope of practice of a veterinary physiotherapist and contemporary research findings for common conditions.
- Present the links between animal abuse and family violence in New Zealand.
- Build confidence dealing with anaesthesia and analgesia for avian patients.
- Importance of good quality of life in animals.
- The implications of occupational compassion fatigue and burnout in animal related occupations
How will this benefit your work
- Develop a better understanding of what a veterinary physiotherapist does and how physiotherapy can benefit patient care with common conditions.
- Increase the knowledge and confidence in responding in practice to cases of animal abuse where there are suspected links to family violence.
- Better understanding of how quality of life is based on a range of reasons than just making the difficult decisions such as the right time to end their pet’s life due to terminal illness.
- Provide information and recommendation for monitoring avian anaesthesia and successfully support anaesthetised patients.
- Become more conscious about compassion fatigue and burnout and how this affects work.
Spaces are limited and is available on a first-come, first-served basis. To register go to https://forms.gle/AGf49yAjPpED5D4s7. Registrations close on the 18 August 2021.