Clinical Case Management

Nutrition

5 live sessions

Management success in “Clinical Nutrition”
(Case oriented approach)
In the 5 sessions of our online series, we will present a great number of Nutrition clinical cases, which will allow you to take back the experience and knowledge shared by our Principal Course Masters: Dr. Irene Bruckner and Dr. Stefanie Handl into your daily practice.
The Full series consists of 5 online case discussion sessions, each 90-120 min long in which several problems will be interactively discussed in a live format. You will receive reading material prior to the beginning of each session. An open forum will be set up for any questions and discussion for 1 week after each session and a „take home“ guide will be shared with you on our platform. The number of participants is limited in order to provide optimal interaction.

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Session 1

7 November 2023
19.00
online
EUR 65,00

Overview

Kidney disease

Chronic renal failure is one of the most common diseases in older animals, especially cats. Proper diet is among the most important treatment approaches and has been shown to help slow the progression of the disease and improve the patient’s well-being.

What will be discussed?

– What characteristics a good renal diet must have.
– What alternatives to commercial diet feeds look like
– How to make the feed more palatable
– Which snacks are allowed and which are taboo
– Clincal cases/examples

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Session 2

12 December 2023
19.00
online
EUR 65,00

Overview

Obesity

Obesity is recognized as the most important medical disease in pets worldwide with a prevalence of 40-60 %. It not only increases disease risk, it reduces quality of life and shortens life expectancy. In this webinar, we will discuss different weight loss regimens (include examples) and life style adaptations (like treats), ways to improve owner compliance and pitfalls to avoid, including some case studies.

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Session 3

16 January 2024
19.00
online
EUR 65,00

Overview

GI disease

Healthy intestinal flora, intestinal rehabilitation and detoxification” are popular buzzwords in advertising. Feed intolerances and chronic digestive problems very common problems in dogs and cats and often cannot be controlled despite careful diagnosis and different treatment approaches.

What will be discussed?

– What characteristics of the food affect intestinal health
– Which feeding practices often lead to digestive problems
– Which diagnostic options make sense
– How patients with chronic digestive problems can be supported through nutrition
and present some clinical cases

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Session 4

13 February 2024
19.00
online
EUR 65,00

Overview

Urolithiasis

in this session we will address the topic of common urinary stones in dogs and cats. The formation of urinary stones in small animals used to be labeled as a rare disease that remained without further consequences after therapy. It was only with advanced diagnostic capabilities and more frequent occurrence that more importance was given to this disease.

What will be discussed?

– Is dry food always to blame for urinary stones?
– What diagnostics are useful for urinary stones?
– Which food/type of feeding is best for urinary stones?
– What else can I do for my pet
– Clinical cases

5

Session 5

19 March 2024
19.00
online
EUR 65,00

Overview

Growth

Through initial contact with puppy owners, building the foundation for a long-term and trusting relationship is the goal of any successful puppy consultation. In this webinar, you will learn what information you should share with your clients regarding puppy nutrition from the perspective of a nutrition expert. Specifics of nutrition for various breeds, creating and interpreting a growth curve, and optimal support through to the adult dog will be discussed in detail. Strengthen customer loyalty from the start and don’t miss this webinar.