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Integrative Veterinary Practice (Introduction to Veterinary Homeopathy Series Part 4)

Integrative Veterinary Practice (Introduction to Veterinary Homeopathy Series Part 4)

Integrative Veterinary Practice (Introduction to Veterinary Homeopathy Series Part 4)

Dr Wendy McGrandles
Dr Wendy McGrandles
on behalf of The British Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy

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Launch date: 05 Oct 2015

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Last updated: 16 Mar 2017

Duration: 0h 30m
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This presentation introduces the delegate to the principles of integrative veterinary medicine, the modalities available and how this approach might benefit the animal patient, owner and practice

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Basic Principles
The student will have gained a basic understanding of the basic principles of integrative veterinary practice.
Different Modalities
The student will gain insight into the main different modalities that are available in addition to conventional medicine and surgery
Benefitting Patients and Practice
The student will be gain a basic introduction to how adding different modalities to their conventional veterinary practice will benefit both their patients and their practice.
Dr Wendy McGrandles

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Dr Wendy McGrandles
on behalf of The British Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy

Dr Wendy McGrandles qualified from Glasgow Veterinary School in 1983 and is a founder partner of the BAVH. Wendy runs a small animal practice, Glenbrae Vet Clinic in Bearsden. The clinic is now a 5 vet 2 centre employing 20 people with 6 veterinary nurses. Homeopathy has always been been a part of Wendy's life but she officially qualified in veterinary homeopathy in 2005. She is currently the secretary of the BAHVS.


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