Companion Animal Parasitology (including Drug Categories and Legislation)

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About the course

Accredited with 24 CPD points – suitable for C-SQP, E-SQP, K-SQP & R-SQP

Intended learning outcome for the session:

  1. Appreciate the potential health problems for a range of the most popular pets and relate to common presenting signs.
  2. Identify the specific parasitic diseases of companion animals and realize the suitable prophylactic and treatment options within your category of registration,
  3. Assist clients appropriately in response to requests for a medicine or dressing.
  4. Recognise conditions or scenarios that fall without your competence or legal jurisdiction and refer as necessary.

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