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Use of Psychotropic Medications and Alternatives

Use of Psychotropic Medications and Alternatives

Use of Psychotropic Medications and Alternatives

Liz Stelow, DVM, DACVB
Liz Stelow, DVM, DACVB
on behalf of University of California Davis School of Veterinary Medicine

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Launch date: 11 Apr 2016

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Last updated: 06 Apr 2017

Duration: 1h 0m
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Dr Nellie Wilbers (6 Apr 2017)
A comprehensive review of would love more detailed information of pharmacology

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Description

This webinar presents the uses of psychopharmacologic agents in veterinary medicine. Topics include ethical and legal issues around these medications, practical use of medications for different behavioral diagnoses, specific classes of medications and how they work, contraindications for use, and alternative supplements available for use with or in lieu of medications.

Objectives

The viewer will learn about:
• Ethical and legal issues of prescribing psychopharmaceutical agents
• Goals of medication use in behavior therapies
• Specific medications: receptors affected, side effects, drug interactions
• Alternative therapies (nutriceuticals, herbals, pheromones) in behavioral medicine
Liz Stelow, DVM, DACVB

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Liz Stelow, DVM, DACVB
on behalf of University of California Davis School of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Liz Stelow was born and raised in California. After earning a Bachelor's degree in English from Georgetown University, she began a career in public and community relations. She served as the public relations director for a large animal shelter in the Los Angeles area. During her tenure, she decided to pursue veterinary training, and received her DVM from UC Davis in 2006. Following graduation, she served as a relief veterinarian in the Davis area, before entering the Clinical Veterinary Behavior Residency Program at UC Davis in 2011. Dr. Stelow stayed on at UC Davis as a staff veterinarian following completion of her residency and board certification in 2014. Her interest in behavior spans most companion mammal and bird species, and includes anxiety, aggression, and the human-animal bond.

Current Accreditations

This e-learning has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • University Accredited Veterinary CE
  • 1.00 Hours

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Dr Nellie Wilbers (6 Apr 2017)
A comprehensive review of would love more detailed information of pharmacology

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