Target Audience: Tailored for veterinary nurses and animal care assistants.
In the webinar we will be looking at the Veterinary Nurse's role in managing cats with idiopathic cystitis, and how nurses can use their skills and knowledge to support owners caring for cats with this stress-related health problem.
Veterinary Nurses have an important part to play when it comes to helping owners prevent their cats from suffering from further episodes of FIC – there is so much more to it than just sending the cat home with a bag or sachet of urinary food! The main focus of this webinar is centred on preventing future episodes of this painful problem by considering the species-specific needs of cats (and not humans!) and then studying and modifying the cat’s environment to reduce stress and improve welfare.
What you will learn:
CPD/CE hours: 45 minutes
About the provider:
Alex qualified as a veterinary nurse in 1997 and has a special interest in feline nursing. Alex has completed the ISFM feline nursing certificate, diploma, and advanced certificate in feline behaviour. Alex is currently studying towards gaining her advanced diploma applied animal behaviour (feline). Alex currently works as a locum RVN and runs her own company ‘The Cat Nurse’ where she offers CPD about feline nursing and behaviour. Alex volunteers for her local Cats Protection branch, helping to raise money for local cats in need. Alex has a particular interest in feline nutrition, behaviour and stress related diseases in feline patients. Alex has been a BVNA Council Member since October 2018. Alex is currently a member of the ISFM Feline Wellbeing Panel.