Royal Canin has announced two free webinars that will focus on the involvement of food in the aetiology of small animal dermatological cases.
“Adverse Reactions to Food” is an umbrella term covering a multitude of conditions from simple dietary intolerance to complex food hypersensitivities.
To help vet practices better understand this wide ranging topic, Royal Canin has announced two free webinars that will focus on the involvement of food in the aetiology of small animal dermatological cases.
Both webinars will be , with the first one taking place at 8.30pm on May 1, 2012, and the second one running at the same time the following Tuesday, on May 8, 2012.
The online lectures are being presented by:
- Neil McEwan from The University of Liverpool, who will focus on current trends and clinical approaches to adverse reactions to food; and
- Royal Canin’s veterinary support manager Lou Dawson, who will look at the true role of nutritional management – particularly the uses, efficacy and current advances in hydrolysate diets.
Miss Dawson said: “We will explore the common pitfalls in managing adverse reactions to food. I will then concentrate on the options available when selecting a diet – which should dovetail perfectly with Neil’s case study.”
Interested vets and veterinary nurses can register for the webinar and claim their free CPD (worth £80 per individual) by visiting www.royalcanin.co.uk/dermwebinar.
- CPD certificates will be available online after each session.