04-02-2024 Techniques for food and non-food distraction

 
 

Calm, Confident & In Control: Training for a cooperative veterinary visit behaviour series

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Webinar # 1: Techniques for food and non-food distraction
Speaker: Jessica Benoit, RVT, VTS (Behaviour), KPA, CTP, CPDT-KA, Fear-free certified speaker
Description: Animals can learn to make positive associations with veterinary procedures & care using food and non-food distraction. In this presentation attendees will learn the importance of observing body language, use their own body language in a manner that prevents and alleviates fear, anxiety, and stress and how to practically apply distraction techniques.
 
Date:
 Tuesday, April 2, 2024
Time: 7-8:30 pm

Fees: 
EASAV/CAVM DVMs & unregistered support staff: $26.25
EASAV AHTs: $15.75        Non-member DVMs: $52.50

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April 


2024

                                              

Presents a webinar & wet-lab series for the entire veterinary team...

with Jessica Benoit, RVT, VTS (Behaviour), KPA, CTP, CPDT-KA, Fear Free Certified Speaker


Calm, Confident & In Control: Training for a cooperative veterinary visit

Techniques for food and non-food distraction

Date: Tuesday, April 2 Webinar Time: 7-8:30 pm (Registration deadline: March 31)

Description: Animals can learn to make positive associations with veterinary procedures & care using food and non-food distraction. In this presentation attendees will learn the importance of observing body language, use their own body language in a manner that prevents and alleviates fear, anxiety, and stress and how to practically apply distraction techniques. 

 
Cooperative Veterinary Care: Getting consent at the vet
Date:
Wednesday, April 10 Webinar time: 7-8:30 pm (Registration deadline: April 7)
Description: Learn what cooperative care means & how we can teach consent behaviours & the importance of choice when teaching patients to participate in their own veterinary care. Consent behaviours discussed will include stationing & chin rest, the benefits of using predictor cues for cooperative veterinary care training and how to transfer this type of training to veterinary procedures. 

Wet-lab: Cooperative Care Training
(12 attendees/lab; webinars must be streamed prior to lab attendance)
Date: Sunday, April 14, 2024 Wet-lab times: 9:30 - 11 am & 12 - 1:30 pm 
Registation deadline: April 10, 2024
Location: Companion Veterinary Clinic: #8, Blackburn Drive W, SW. Edmonton, AB
Description:
Attendees will spend time with RVTs/Trainers, a variety of live dogs and one cat on the following behaviours & concepts: targeting & stationing (nose/paw), chin rest, predictor cues, desensitizing & couter-conditioning to equipment. 

The webinars will be recorded & available for streaming until May 22, 2024. Both lectures and lab are pending AbVMA & CVBC-approval for 1.5 CE credits each. 


Speaker Biography

Jessica graduated from the NAIT Animal Health Technology program in 2010. In addition to being a Registered Veterinary Technologist, Jessica is a Veterinary Technician Specialist in Behaviour. She is also a Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner & Fear Free Certified veterinary professional, trainer & speaker. She serves on the Examination & Credentials Approval Committee for the Academy of Veterinary Behavior Technicians & is the recipient of the 2020 ABVMA Veterinary Technologist of the Year Award. 


With thanks to our sponsor: Royal Canin

 

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Fees:                                                               Webinars        Wet-lab

EASAV/CAVM DVMs, students & all support staff               $26.25                  $260
EASAV AHT members:                                                          $15.75                  $240
Non-member DVMs:                                                            $52.50                  $320

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