M, 2020

Behaviour in PracticeHannah DonovanYear Around Event (2020) Online Organiser: THE ASSOCIATION OF PET BEHAVIOUR COUNSELLORS LTD

Event Details

Presented by: Hannah Donovan-Calam

Finding a balance between theory and real-life can be challenging. Science-based knowledge on body language and our inferences of the underlying emotional motivations can help us to adapt our behaviour towards our patients and improve interactions. Within a veterinary setting, there can be a sense of urgency and time pressure. In this webinar we will look at how we can best interpret our patients’ emotional states and therefore, mental health, to respond to each individual appropriately and set them up to succeed.

Presenter Bio

Hannah Donovan is a veterinary surgeon and a clinical animal behaviourist, she graduated with a 2.1 Bachelor of Science Honours degree (BSc (Hons)) in Animal Science from the University of Leeds, UK, in 2006. She then went on to study for her veterinary degree, Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery (BVM&S) at the University of Edinburgh, UK, and qualified as a vet in 2011. During her time at the University of Edinburgh, Hannah also obtained a Masters of Veterinary Science in Canine Behaviour Research (MVetSci). She then worked as a mixed vet in Lincolnshire and during this time, completed a Master of Science in Clinical Animal Behaviour (MSc) at the University of Lincoln, UK, she graduated with distinction in 2013.
Since then, Hannah has worked in small animal practices in Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire, she has also travelled and volunteered around the world in clinics and shelters, and spent some time working in a large RSPCA hospital and shelter in Sydney, Australia. Hannah has worked as a veterinary surgeon since 2011 and has been seeing behaviour referrals simultaneously since 2013. Hannah has enjoyed providing continued education for vets and vet staff around the world about animal behaviour and how to improve handling and understanding during veterinary visits, rehabilitation of rescued animals or teaching young animals and preventing behaviour issues. Hannah’s aim has always been to improve animals’ quality of life and welfare by continually learning herself and teaching veterinary and shelter staff. Hannah is clinical director of Donovan Veterinary Behaviour Practice, where she sees veterinary referral behaviour cases in horses, dogs and cats mainly, provides talks and CPD to veterinary practices and also locums for local practices.

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Time

Year Around Event (2020)

Location

Online

Organiser

THE ASSOCIATION OF PET BEHAVIOUR COUNSELLORS LTDTHE ASSOCIATION OF PET BEHAVIOUR COUNSELLORS LTD is a company registered in England and Wales with company number 09075813, VAT number 366417775info@apbc.org.uk 10 Queen Street, Ipswich, England, IP1 1SS

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