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First-line Management of the Neurological Patient

FIRST-LINE MANAGEMENT OF THE NEUROLOGICAL PATIENT

Welcome to a course in First-line management of the neurological patient!

Patients with neurological problems often present acutely to the general practitioner who may find these patients challenging and frustrating. This online course will focus on the first-line management of the most common neurological presentations e.g. the seizuring, paretic, and ataxic patient. The course will be case-oriented and focused on clinical reasoning. A basic understanding of the neurological examination is essential, and will be provided, however we will not dwell on details.

The course is aimed at veterinarians working in general practice who want to develop or refresh their knowledge within neurology.

National accreditations can be applied for upon request.

Course language is English.

Lecturer

Cecilia Rohdin, DVM, Swedish Specialist in Diseases of Dogs and Cats, Dipl. ECVN, PhD student

Cecilia Rohdin is working at AniCura Albano Small Animal Hospital in Sweden as head of the neurology department. Cecilia´s passion for the neurological patient started during the many years she worked as a general practitioner before entering a residency program. Cecilia is a Swedish specialist in diseases of dogs and cats and since 2010 a European Diplomate in neurology. Besides her clinical duties she is doing a PhD studying myelopathies in pugs. 

 

Learning Objectives

After this course, the course participants will:

  • have an understanding of the nervous system and clinical signs expected with disease/disorders in the nervous system
  • be able to handle the most common neurological presentations including, seizures,  paresis,  ataxia and acute neck- and back pain

 

Course Description

This online course is set up in a series of six live webinar sessions, running during spring 2022. Each session will be covering different clinical presentations. During the webinars there is a possibility to ask questions and interact through a chat function. All course information, lecture notes and webinar links will be available on a course platform.

Starts:
3/31/2022 8:30 AM
Ends:
5/5/2022 10:30 AM