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Není to jenom o ledvinách / Umění komunikace a prodeje veterinární diagnostiky .

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Speakers

Sharon Magnier MVB MRCVS

Companion Animal Technical Advisor, MSD Animal Health, Ireland

Sharon qualified as a veterinary practitioner from UCD in 2003. After eight years in companion animal practice in the UK she joined MSD Animal Health and is currently the Companion Animal Technical Advisor for Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

Susan Randell BVSc, DACVIM (SAIM), MRCVS Head of Internal Medicine

Sue was born in London, but grew up in South Africa where she qualified as a vet at the University of Pretoria (Onderstepoort). She was in general practice in Cape Town before moving to Florida in the USA for an internship and residency in small animal internal medicine. She spent 12 years in academic and private referral practices in Florida before moving to the UK to join the IDEXX team as an internal medicine consultant in Wetherby in 2012. She has been the Head of Internal Medicine since 2014. 

Thoughts on pet vaccination in these turbulent times

This webinar will address some of the common questions around pet vaccination when clinics have been operating restricted services. Items covered will include guidance on lapsed or absent coverage, assessing and reducing risk of the incidence and spread of infectious diseases, and how serology can help inform decision making. 

Learning outcomes: 

  • COVID – 19 – what is the impact on pets? 
  • Where can vet practices go for reliable up-to-date advice on this matter
  • Challenges practices have faced with regards to preventative health care during the pandemic 
  • Decision making for restoration of protection against infectious diseases for pets that have lapsed on their vaccination