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Zooeyia: An Essential Component of One Health

Zooeyia: An Essential Component of One Health

Zooeyia: An Essential Component of One Health

Kate Hodgson, DVM, MHSc, CCMEP
Kate Hodgson, DVM, MHSc, CCMEP

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Launch date: 17 Feb 2017
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Last updated: 27 Nov 2018

Reference: 168325

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Dr Melanie Grein DVM (7 Jan 2018)
Thorough information
Dr Carlos Eduardo Ibarra (4 Apr 2018)
nice course
Mrs MILAN BARMAN (1 Aug 2018)
Health is wealth & knowledge is power

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This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

Pets are important members of many families. Zooeyia includes the positive health benefits that animals share with humans. There are four categories of zooeyia. Pets build social capital and provide companionship. They motivate healthy behaviour change, such as increasing physical activity, and encouraging activities of daily living. They are agents of harm reduction, for example as motivators for quitting smoking. They can complement medical and psychological therapy as part of patients’ normal lives, without additional cost. This webinar explores the practical opportunities for zooeyia for your patients, their families, your community in your practice.

Objectives

At the end of this E-learning the student will be able to:
• Recognize the important role that companion animals play in many families.
• Define the health benefits that pets share with their human companions – zooeyia.
• Describe opportunities for zooeyia in families and pets in your practice.

Kate Hodgson, DVM, MHSc, CCMEP

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Kate Hodgson, DVM, MHSc, CCMEP

I graduated from Cornell University with a DVM in 1992. I practiced mixed animal medicine and then companion animal medicine for over 10 years. I received my MHSc in Family and Community Medicine from the University of Toronto in 2005- with a focus on continuing medical education and became a Certified Continuing Medical Education Professional (CCMEP). I am a Medical Education Consultant for the Office of Continuing Professional Development in the Faculty of Medicine at U of T. I speak and publish internationally on One Health topics.

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User Reviews (3)

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Dr Melanie Grein DVM (7 Jan 2018)
Thorough information
Dr Carlos Eduardo Ibarra (4 Apr 2018)
nice course
Mrs MILAN BARMAN (1 Aug 2018)
Health is wealth & knowledge is power

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