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DermClub

CAVE is pleased to announce that DermClub will run again in 2017 with a series of 6 evening presentations in both north and south of the river locations.

DermClub is a complimentary offering to the veterinary industry and is made possible thanks to our industy partners who value continuing education and support this series.

To register your attendance at any of the DermClub evenings, simply click on the registration link below to enjoy this popular CPD event.

Numbers are capped depending on capacity of the venue so please ensure that you come along if you register or inform the CAVE office if you will be unable to register so that your place can be given to someone else.
 

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DermClub 6

Scratching the surface: principals of barrier function in atopic animals

Barrier dysfunction- a hallmark of the development of atopic dermatitis. Learn why and how to open the conversation about ‘barrier function’ with your clients.
A no-fuss review of the pathophysiology of barrier dysfunction; tips on how to integrate barrier function strategies into your consulting repertoire/case management. A run through of the new products on the market and how we utilise them in our Derm clinic.

Don’t miss the last presentation of the DermClub series for 2017!

Date: Wednesday 29th November 2017

Location: The St George Hotel, Innaloo
Time: 7:00pm registration

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Presenter: Dr Fiona Scholz

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Previous DermClub Presentations in 2017

DermClub 1

Updates on the diagnosis and management of the itchy cat

A number of new products are now available for the management of the allergic patient: are they safe for cats? 
What are the options?
Packed with practical advice as well as being relevant, entertaining and informative; make sure you do not m

iss the first in the Dermclub series for 2017. Update and improve your case management.

Date: Wednesday 22nd February 2017
Location: Murdoch University
Time: 7:00pm registration

Presenter: Dr Mandy Burrows

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DermClub 2

Common immune mediated skin diseases affecting dogs and cats: Tips for diagnosis and management

Do you suspect a patient has Pemphigus foliaceus but need more supportive evidence to convince owners to allow you to perform biopsies? How to approach a dog with crusty nose? What can you use if prednisolone doesn't work? Do all patients need to stay on immunosuppressives lifelong?

Date: Wednesday 12th April 2017
Location: The St George Hotel, Innaloo
Time: 7:00pm registration

Presenter: Dr Meng Siak

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 DermClub 3

Canine otitis externa: pathogenesis, medical management, recurrent versus refractory cases

Why will that ear infection not clear up? Why does it keep coming back?  This lecture will review strategies for management as well as recent advances in this topic.

Date: Wednesday 7th June 2017
Location: Murdoch University
Time: 7:00pm registration

Presenter: Dr Mandy Burrows

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DermClub 4

Updates in management of ectoparasitism affecting dogs and cats

In this DermClub we will review the latest recommendations in treatment of the most common ectoparasites causing skin and ear diseases in dogs and cats, including demodicosis, scabies and fleas plus more!

Date: Wednesday 2nd August 2017
Location: The St George Hotel, Innaloo
Time: 7:00pm registration

Presenter: Dr Meng Siak

    

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DermClub 5

Back to the Future: best strategies for management of skin infections in dogs

The talk will focus on clinical presentations of pyoderma and case management strategies. We will discuss reasoning's why infections do not apparently resolve, discuss the fact that resistant rates are increasing and how instead of reaching for systemic antibiotics that are often expensive, have adverse side effects, veterinarians should be using aggressive topical therapy. We will discuss the appropriate use of topical antimicrobials including; choosing the correct product, use of appropriate contact times and frequency, and how to use them on a chronic management basis.

Date: Wednesday 11th October 2017
Location: Murdoch University

Time: 7:00pm registration

Presenter: Dr Rusty Muse