Dr. Emily Gould Instructs Vet and Tech Free Webinar On Dietary Management
To help veterinary professionals stay ahead of the curve in their practice, Vet and Tech is continuously presenting comprehensive webinars covering hot topics in veterinary medicine.
This time, we are bringing Dr. Emily Gould on board to instruct our free webinar on “Dietary Management of Chronic Enteropathies (CEs).”
In this webinar, she will cover various aspects of dietary management for cats and dogs with CEs.
The session will start at 08:00 PM (US Eastern Time) on September 13, 2023, where attendees can earn 1 RACE-approved CE credit for free.
It’s important to note that participants have to attend the webinar for at least 50 minutes to earn CE credits.
Webinar Speaker: Dr. Emily Gould
Dr. Emily Gould (DVM, MS, DACVIM (SAIM), Ph.D.) is a renowned expert in gastroenterology and biomedical sciences.
She is also a Diplomate American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Small Animal).
Currently, she is serving at A&M University School of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Texas.
In addition, to support her professional membership, Dr. Emily is engaged with various veterinary associations and societies.
Her clinical research work includes a range of topics in gastroenterology and biomedical sciences.
What will the Attendees Learn?
This Vet and Tech free webinar will focus on home-cooked and commercial diet options available for canines and felines with (CEs).
Plus, the session will cover how to best prioritize micro and macronutrients during CE stabilization.
In this veterinary webinar on Dietary Management of Chronic Entaropathies, Dr. Emily Gould will cover the following agenda:
- Chronic enteropathy definition and how to appropriately score BCS and MCS in CE patients
- Weight requirements for CE patients and how this differs from a healthy patient
- Categories of enteropathies and specific diets and/or sources of dietary therapy
- Difference between low-fat and ultra-low-fat diets
- The thought process for how to prioritize diet based on type of diarrhea, presence of weight loss and vomiting, and when to reach for a home-cooked diet
- Literature about over-the-counter novel diets regarding quality control and how to talk to clients about the limitations
- Guidance on how to prioritize a novel, hydrolyzed protein or elemental diet
- Brief overview of micronutrients of interest (B12, folate, Vitamin D, Mg, Ca) and when to check and supplement
Get Registered Now!
To improve your skills and knowledge in gastroenterology, get ready to benefit from this free online education opportunity.
Register now and encircle September 13th on your calendar. Join us to experience dynamic veterinary learning.