FAB Advice for Veterinary Professionals!
As part of our support for Veterinary practices the FAB Clinicians Veterinary Subcommittee will be running a series of Q and A sessions for veterinary professionals. Each session will focus on a particular topic and after a short introduction we will open up for questions to our panel. You will have the opportunity to discuss principles of investigation and treatment as well as get advice on tricky cases (please make sure you maintain client confidentiality). These sessions are free to join. They are primarily aimed at those working in veterinary practice (vets, nurses, receptionists and support staff), but will also be open to members of FAB Clinicians
Behavioural Effects of Medications in Small Animals
Lorella Notari DVM PGDip MSc PhD CCAB DipECAWBM(BM) MRCVS and Emma Brown BVSc PGDip MRCVS CCAB
8pm on 6th December 2023
Cage / Box Rest – Coping with Confinement
Emma Brown BVSc PGDip MRCVS CCAB, Linda Ryan BSc (Hons) VTS RVN CCAB, Trudi Atkinson DipAS (CABC) RVN CCAB, Hannah Donovan BSc (Hons) BVM&S MVetSci MSc MRCVS CCABMRCVS
8pm on 29th November 2021
Grooming – Preparation for patients and how to guide owners
Linda Ryan BSc (Hons) VTS RVN CCAB, Lynne Taylor MA (Oxon) MA VetMB MRCVS and Emma Baker BVetMed MSc MRCVS
The live session was on 11th October 2021
Sarah Penturn BSc MRCVS, Lorella Notari PhD MSc MRCVS DipECAWBM(BM) CCAB and Emma Brown BVSc PGDip MRCVS CCAB
The live session was on 23rd August 2021
The FAB Clinicians Veterinary Subcommittee have produced a handout on this topic which is available free to Veterinary Professionals. If you would like a copy please email firstname.lastname@example.org stating which practice you work for.
Help, I think its a behaviour case
The role of the vet team and how to refer to a clinical animal behaviourist
Lynne Taylor MA (oxon) MA VetMB MRCVS, Emma Baker BVet Med MSc MRCVS and Trudi Atkinson DipAS (CABC) RVN CCAB
The live session was on 22 February 2021
What Drives Us
To promote evidence based behavioural support for animals and their carers, to the highest scientific standards, in an empathetic and compassionate manner.
To forge strong links between animal carers, behaviourists and veterinary professionals.
To support the development of independently accredited practitioners in the field of clinical animal behaviour through mentoring, continuing professional development and supportive fellowship.