How to better handle our patients through the veterinary journey
A guide to help animals and the veterinary team best cope with the "journey" through the veterinary hospital post trauma and injury - from accident, admission through to recovery.
Sponsored by Stress Free Pets
Isabelle Resch, BVSc(Hons), MVS, MANZCVS (SA Medicine, Vet Behaviour)
Isabelle graduated in 1991 from the University of Sydney and has worked in small animal practice since then. She completed a Master of Veterinary Studies and Membership in SA Medicine in 2001. Isabelle completed the Distance Education course in Behavioural Medicine in 2015 and passed her Membership examinations in Veterinary Behaviour in 2016. She is a tutor for the Distance Education programme in Veterinary Behaviour, Centre of Veterinary Education, University of Sydney. She is the current President of AVBIG (the Australian Veterinary Behaviour Interest Group), AVA and has been an examiner for the Australia New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists.
Like many in the field, she developed a thirst for knowledge in veterinary behaviour when her own dog developed behavioural issues. The role of the general practice veterinarian is vital in ensuring animals and clients get the best possible long-term outcomes from their very first visit. Isabelle is passionate about providing ongoing education to help to continue growing and developing the field of veterinary behaviour. She currently works at Canberra Animal Behaviour Solutions, as well as continuing to do some general practice work.