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Top 10 Behavioral Tips You Can Implement TODAY!

Top 10 Behavioral Tips You Can Implement TODAY!

Top 10 Behavioral Tips You Can Implement TODAY!

Dr Melissa Bain
Dr Melissa Bain
on behalf of University of California Davis School of Veterinary Medicine

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Launch date: 15 Sep 2015

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Last updated: 25 Apr 2018

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erica adams (18 Apr 2018)
There were a lot of great tips for dealing with some of the patients that come to out clinic. It is also helpful to know the appropriate way to charge for behavioral consults/appointments in the future.
Dr Susan Petro DVM (6 Apr 2018)
Well done. Good resources. I learned a few valuable new things.
Heidi Carpenter (30 Mar 2018)
I believe that implementing calming behavior techniques in practice everyday is one of the best places to start in order to achieve the best veterinary care.

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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

Incorporation of behavior into veterinary practice is part of the standard of care, but it can be challenging to know where to begin. This webinar gives learners a taste of things that veterinary practitioners and their staff can begin to incorporate into their everyday practice.

Objectives

Learning objectives
• Learners will understand the impact of behavior in practice.
• Learners will understand the financial importance of incorporating behavior into practice.
• Learners will understand some examples of how to incorporate behavior into practice.
Dr Melissa Bain

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Dr Melissa Bain
on behalf of University of California Davis School of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Melissa Bain is board-certified by both the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists (www.dacvb.org) and the American College of Animal Welfare (www.acaw.org), and is the Chief of Service of the Clinical Animal Behavior Service at the University of California-Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. She received her DVM from the University of Illinois in 1994, and worked in both a small animal exclusive veterinary practice in the Chicago area and a mixed animal veterinary practice in rural Wisconsin. In 2007, she completed a Master’s degree in advanced clinical research from the UC Davis School of Medicine. She is a past president of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists and the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior. Her responsibilities include student and resident education, clinical case management, and research. Her areas of research focus have been clinical domestic animal behavior problems and human-animal bond issues, including research on dog-parks and the effects of different training methods on the behavior of dogs.

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

  • University Accredited Veterinary CE
  • 1.00 Hours

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User Reviews (48)

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erica adams (18 Apr 2018)
There were a lot of great tips for dealing with some of the patients that come to out clinic. It is also helpful to know the appropriate way to charge for behavioral consults/appointments in the future.
Dr Susan Petro DVM (6 Apr 2018)
Well done. Good resources. I learned a few valuable new things.
Heidi Carpenter (30 Mar 2018)
I believe that implementing calming behavior techniques in practice everyday is one of the best places to start in order to achieve the best veterinary care.
Randy Jones (21 Mar 2018)
very good/informative. Made me want to learn more and check out resources offered.
Natalie Reinhart (18 Mar 2018)
She gave links on where to get more information and book references
Jamie Krenk (14 Mar 2018)
Good refresher course.
Mary Wall (27 Feb 2018)
Enjoyed it
Dr Robert Herath (22 Feb 2018)
Enjoyed hearing a specialist in behavior. Her concepts certainly would help all of us on the front lines.
Kimberly Jurman (19 Feb 2018)
sound was too low on my system
Katherime Drucker (9 Feb 2018)
Behavior training and low stress pet handling is key to happy pets and happy clients!
Amanda Tharpe (1 Feb 2018)
This was a very beneficial topic. I enjoyed the course and look forward to taking others in future.
Dr James Sillers (31 Jan 2018)
Stressed charging for this service.
Dr David Loehndorf (26 Jan 2018)
This course outlines what any veterinary practice can do to help their clients and patients to address behavior issues.
Tammy White (26 Jan 2018)
Easy changes to implement. Good resource.
Ms alexxis ortega (25 Jan 2018)
Very good found it very useful!
Dr Robert Pierce DVM (25 Jan 2018)
Good start on developing a behavior focus to your practice.
Jessica English (20 Jan 2018)
Good information, hard to follow though as the audio was not matching up with the slides being shown
Christine Fogu (19 Jan 2018)
Honestly, I found this presentation a bit painful. Most sections were under a minute and had to be changed and started every time I needed to continue with the modules. It would have been better and less painful to navigate if the presentation was better put together and had a better straight forward flow.
Amanda Oyer (14 Jan 2018)
Videos within the slide show didn't work very well. But all in all great information! Will be passing link on to vet friends.
Dr Phillip Dilts (31 Dec 2017)
Very practical.
Haroutun Aruchyan (30 Dec 2017)
helpful
Laura Knipfer (29 Dec 2017)
Although Dr Bain was easy to listen to, the information presented was way too basic in my opinion. I will perhaps have higher hopes for some of the next in her series.
Dr David Hertha DVM (29 Dec 2017)
Good information, easy listening and well worth the time!!
Brooke Gibson (29 Dec 2017)
very helpful
Ryan Ayres (28 Dec 2017)
A good general overview but was hoping to get more specific ways to incorporate less stress in exam rooms. More practical useful knowledge. LIKE TIPS FOR THE FEARFUL DOG THAT COME SINTO THE VETERINARY OFFICE TECHNIQUE STO HELP THAT. Did like the reinforcement that need to charge if owners are wanting behavior advice instead of devaluing our services by giving advice.
Priscilla Flinn (28 Dec 2017)
Good ideas for providing a calming environment.
Sal Tuzzo (20 Dec 2017)
Presentation was well executed and provided good information.
Ms Caroline Cronin LVT (23 Jun 2017)
I feel empowered to start a behavior appointment and low stress handling in my practice
joshua fleming (10 May 2017)
I thought that this was a great training. Very nicely presented.
Ms Trishia Mackey (1 May 2017)
Good training
Mrs Katie Koppelberger (9 Mar 2017)
great information, a lot of ideas!
Mr Thomas Wassersleben (7 Mar 2017)
Nice presentation. Slides and video demonstrations easy to follow. Dr. Bain is a very good speaker.
Dr Christina Armour DVM (26 Feb 2017)
great overview of changes that can be made during every exam.
Dr Stacii Comstock DVM (11 Jan 2017)
Good presentation and good tips for those who may be interested in starting behavioral medicine at their clinic.
Dr Cynthia Reed CVT, MD (30 Dec 2016)
Good recommendations.
Dr Todd Lykins (26 Dec 2016)
Easy hour to listen too
Miss Renee Singh Esther (14 Dec 2016)
this was a very well prepare video that offered me huge amounts of useful information that i can use while doing my job.
Miss Sara Novak CVT (2 Dec 2016)
Good basic introduction of behavior in the field of veterinary medicine. Looking forward to additional webinars that provide more detailed information, examples, and implementation tips on topics introduced today.
Miss Julie Vonderschmidt (17 Nov 2016)
This was very educational!
Ms kelly riedmiller RVT (16 Nov 2016)
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Miss Ferran Harston (15 Nov 2016)
I enjoyed this lecture because so many clients have behavioral questions and we should be able to answer them better than the internet can!
Ms Cheryl Bobbitt RVT (14 Nov 2016)
Fabulous!
Mrs Judy Lambert RVT (4 Nov 2016)
I really liked this and i think we need more info about behaviour!
Ms Kristiana DellaPosta CVT (3 Nov 2016)
great info in a decent amount of time- key ideas!
Dr Crystal Fricks DVM (30 Oct 2016)
I would like to see this seminar broken up and given more specific recommendations per topic.
Dr Molly Luke (25 Oct 2016)
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Miss Nina McCormick (22 Oct 2016)
Very helpful
Ms Frances Bell RVN (21 Oct 2016)
Great brief overview of why to build more focus on behaviour into our clinic health checks

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