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Understanding the Human –Companion Animal Relationship and its Relevance in Veterinary Practice

Understanding the Human –Companion Animal Relationship and its Relevance in Veterinary Practice

Understanding the Human –Companion Animal Relationship and its Relevance in Veterinary Practice

Susan Dawson MBPS, MBACP
Susan Dawson MBPS, MBACP
on behalf of Excel CPD

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Launch date: 22 Mar 2017

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Last updated: 31 Mar 2017

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This 60 minute online vet nurse CPD programme explores what is understood and meant by the human-companion animal relationship (HCAR), locating possible theoretical models for explaining this interspecies bond. It identifies the significance of HCARs within veterinary practice and illuminates how relationship centred veterinary practice (RCVP) can actively promote animal welfare. Using case study examples, key principles of RCVP are introduced, highlighting importance within pet bereavement support, enabling compliance and companion animal behaviour management. Understanding the Human –Companion Animal Relationship and its Relevance in Veterinary Practice.

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On completion of this course the learner will gain a deeper understanding of the subject
Susan Dawson MBPS, MBACP

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Susan Dawson MBPS, MBACP
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Susan Dawson MBPS, MBACP, Psychologist and Grief Counsellor Animal- Kind UK

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