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Companion animal veterinarians service a huge variety of species from dogs and cats to a multitude of exotic creatures.
Like all areas of veterinary practice, expertise in the companion animal sector is always changing and adapting as new scientific studies are undertaken.
The NZVA have created a selection of courses which will be of value to companion animal veterinarians at different stages of their career. You can select from one of the NZVA courses listed below to update, improve or extend your companion animal practice or check out our CPD calendar to view an extensive selection of CPD offered by other providers.
Externally provided NZVA Accredited CPD
To help veterinarians identify high quality CPD, the NZVA, in consultation with the Veterinary Council of New Zealand (VCNZ), has implemented an accreditation “tick” for CPD activities.
Listed below are CPD activities that meet the requirements for NZVA CPD accreditation and are provided by organisations external to the NZVA. Please contact the individual providers for specific information about each CPD activity.
For more information about NZVA CPD accreditation please visit the NZVA CPD accreditation application page.
Ensure cats with chronic pain are recognised and receive the treatment they need and deserve.
This webinar is sponsored by Zoetis.
For more information about the Feline Chronic Pain webinar, please click here!
Join us for an evening where Dr Linda Fleeman from Animal Diabetes Australia will take us through maximising diabetic control in difficult canine cases including:
- Glucose monitoring: Does Somogyi exist? How to recognise and manage glycaemic variability.
- Reliable methods of home monitoring for pet owners.
The 2021 Companion Animals New Zealand Conference will be held at the Atura Hotel, Wellington on 28 October (full day) and 29 October (half day workshop).
- Understand the concept of a Good Life for animals, a principle that looks beyond 5 Freedoms and 5 Domains.
- Learn how to identify positive emotions in animals.
- Discover practical ways to provide a good life to animals.
For more information on the CANZ Conference, please click here!