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5 Cat-Friendly Concepts to Integrate in Your Clinic

5 Cat-Friendly Concepts to Integrate in Your Clinic

5 Cat-Friendly Concepts to Integrate in Your Clinic

American Association of Feline Practitioners
American Association of Feline Practitioners
on behalf of American Association of Feline Practitioners

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Launch date: 15 Apr 2018

Expiry Date: 16 Apr 2020

Last updated: 10 Jun 2018

Reference: 187797

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Mrs cindy comer (9 Jun 2018)
very interesting and helpful
Mrs Kaitlynn Dragoo (30 May 2018)
I really enjoyed the course. A few of the people were a little hard to hear though.
Kandy Dunkley (29 May 2018)
Very informative

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Description

You are the first step in improving feline healthcare and veterinary experience. Here you will learn about five concepts that you can integrate into your clinic today. This presentation will include information on the client’s perception and enhancing the veterinary visit, anesthesia and analgesia tips, approaching feline-friendly handling, intraoral radiographs, and easy alterations to become more cat-friendly. Practices that have implemented some of these concepts, tips, and techniques have seen less stress for feline patients, higher satisfaction among clients, improved visits and client retention, and more positive team morale.

Objectives

Easy changes to make your practice more cat-friendly.
Karen E. Felsted, CPA, MS, DVM, CVPM, CVA
Tactics to reduce stress and arousal for improved outcomes.
Elizabeth Colleran, DVM, MS, DABVP (Feline)
Tips on where (and where not) to handle and approach cats.
Ilona Rodan, DVM, DABVP (Feline)
Strategies for pain assessment and anesthesia/analgesia tips.
Sheliah Robertson, BVMS (Hons), PhD, DACVAA, DECVAA, DECAWBM (WSEL), DACAW, MRCVS
Why intraoral radiographs are necessary for feline-friendly care.
Cindy Charlier, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC
American Association of Feline Practitioners

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American Association of Feline Practitioners
on behalf of American Association of Feline Practitioners

Ilona Rodan, DVM, DABVP (Feline)
Dr. Ilona Rodan established the Cat Care Clinic in Madison, Wisconsin in 1987, a Gold Cat Friendly Practice and AAHA Certified hospital. She continues to practice feline medicine and works as the behavior consultant following the practice sale in 2015. Dr. Rodan is ABVP certified in feline practice since 1995. She started a consulting business, Feline-Friendly Consultations, to support veterinary professionals in handling cats to prevent fear and pain, and improving the practice environment and healthcare for cats. She also presents nationally and internationally. Dr. Rodan is also co-editor of the book, Feline Behavioral Health and Welfare, published in August 2015. Dr. Rodan is a past-president and active volunteer of the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP), and has co-chaired a number of guidelines including the AAFP Behavior, Feline-Friendly Handling, Environmental Needs, and the AAHA/AAFP Pain Management Guidelines. In 2005, she was awarded the AVMA Animal Welfare Award for her leadership and contributions to advancing feline welfare.

Elizabeth Colleran, DVM, MS, DABVP (Feline)
Dr. Colleran is a 1990 graduate Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. She is the owner of two feline exclusive practices, one in Portland, Oregon founded in 2003 and the second in Chico, California founded in 1998. She received a Master’s in Animals and Public Policy in 1996 from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. Elizabeth is an ABVP Diplomate in Feline Practice. She is also a Past President of AAFP and is a member of the AAFP’s Cat Friendly Practice® Task Force.

Sheliah Robertson, BVMS (Hons), PhD, DACVAA, DECVAA, DECAWBM (WSEL), DACAW, MRCVS
Dr. Robertson received her veterinary training at the University of Glasgow followed by specialized training in anesthesia and a PhD at the University of Bristol. She is board certified in anesthesia and animal welfare by the respective American and European Colleges and is trained in small animal acupuncture. Her research interests include assessment of pain and use of opioids in cats and the development of anesthetic protocols for pediatric patients and large scale spay and neuter clinics. She was a faculty member at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, the University of Florida and served an assistant director in the Animal Welfare Division of the American Veterinary Medical Association. She is currently on faculty at Michigan State University.

Karen E. Felsted, CPA, MS, DVM, CVPM, CVA
Dr. Felsted is a CPA as well as a veterinarian and has spent the last 15 years working as a financial and operational consultant to veterinary practices and the animal health industry. She also spent three years with the National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues as CEO. She has written an extensive number of articles for a wide range of veterinary publications and speaks regularly at national and international veterinary meetings. She is the past treasurer of VetPartners, a member of the Veterinary Economics’ Editorial Advisory Board, a past member of the CVPM board of directors and the past treasurer of the CATalyst Council. In 2011, she was awarded the Western Veterinary Conference Practice Management Continuing Educator of the Year and in 2014, the VetPartners Distinguished Life Member Award.

Cindy Charlier, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC
Cindy Charlier brings 29 years of small animal practice and ownership experience to dentistry continuing education. After graduating from the University of Illinois in 1984, she spent the first 19 years of her practice career as a partner in a 22 doctor, 3 hospital, AAHA small animal practice in the suburbs of Chicago. Since 2003 she has owned Fox Valley Veterinary Dentistry and Surgery, a dental and oral surgery referral practice, with offices in Chicago and St. Charles, Illinois. She is a Diplomate of the American Veterinary Dental College, a Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry and member of the American Veterinary Dental Society.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • AAVSB-Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE)
  • 1.00 Hours -
    Exam Attempts: 3
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    Exam Pass Rate: 70
  • New York State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
  • 1.00 Hours

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User Reviews (26)

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Mrs cindy comer (9 Jun 2018)
very interesting and helpful
Mrs Kaitlynn Dragoo (30 May 2018)
I really enjoyed the course. A few of the people were a little hard to hear though.
Kandy Dunkley (29 May 2018)
Very informative
Dr Henry Snelgrove DVM, CTCVMP (28 May 2018)
great simple ideas.
Amanda Shaw (28 May 2018)
I enjoyed the dental part especially.
Natalie Stepancic (27 May 2018)
Informative
Nicole krane (25 May 2018)
Very informative
Mrs Nico Baker (24 May 2018)
I liked the variation of different topics. It did not get boring and the information was much easier to remember this way. I liked the way this presentation was set up.
Dr Donna Baer DVM, CCRP (24 May 2018)
great review
Raquel Crotty (22 May 2018)
Love the towel in the waiting room with Feliway!
Jordan Jones (18 May 2018)
Has some good ideas for a small animal hospital that sees a lot of cats, most of who are aggressive. I really like the doctor in first to approach.
Mrs Jennifer Crook (15 May 2018)
I learned several new things.
Lisa Stinnett (12 May 2018)
It was a decent webinar for short quick beginner tips on feline care.
Anastasia Nesterenko (10 May 2018)
I learned a few things from this presentation
Ms Danille Jakes CVT (10 May 2018)
This has provided great information to make practices more "cat friendly". I would have personally appreciated to have learned more anesthesia related material for cats.
Miss Stacey Skorupa (7 May 2018)
I enjoyed the surgical suggestions and types of oral resorption lesions!
Kelly Lam (1 May 2018)
Easy to follow and well explained slides!
Nerea Telleria (1 May 2018)
Even English isn't muy native language I've found the course easy to follow. I've learnt a few more tips to be a more cat friendly clinic.
Payton Williams (30 Apr 2018)
I really enjoyed this!
Ms Julie Bell (30 Apr 2018)
I found that this webinar was extremely helpful. I work in a feline only vet hospital, so many of these concepts are already being used. The section about oral radiographs was extremely informative for me.
Ms Paige Worthington (28 Apr 2018)
Very Informative
Ms Britanie Gehling (27 Apr 2018)
Good information on how to handle cats when they come in for their visit.
Mrs Zelda Matthee-Johnson (23 Apr 2018)
Some great tips!! Have already tried a few and found improvement.
Mrs Shirley Schreiber RVN (18 Apr 2018)
great information and good advise
Susan Szczotka (17 Apr 2018)
I am confused with all of the discussion of use of the pop-off valve in anesthesia. I was taught that in smaller animals a non-rebreathing system was preferred/required. In my feline practice I have never used a system with a pop-off valve.
Jesse Clausner (16 Apr 2018)
Love cat friendly information. It's a place a lot of clinics are lacking in so it's good to see free resources on the topic!!

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