About this course
This Veterinary Pharmacy workshop is a beginner to intermediate level, and from it, you will have a great foundation to do further studies. You will have the inspiration and foundational knowledge to move forward should you choose to. You will be able to make remedies for yourself, your customers, your friends, and your family, and feel empowered that you know about Veterinary Pharmacy medicines.
Read widely, forage with ethics in mind, and think about how you want to incorporate Veterinary Pharmacy medicines into your life.
Who can attend this workshop ?
This workshop is open to anyone with an interest in learning more about
Veterinary medicines and Veterinary pharmacy. No prior knowledge is needed.
The workshop is a hybrid learning module where you will have your online material to study plus virtual sessions with your instructor to assure it will be fit your time schedule.
it’s a stress free learning experience. We play a supporting role, here to guide you through the process if you feel you need help.
Will be a supportive material for the workshop ?
A key part of your study material are the recorded lectures. These specially
recorded live lectures with workshop author Dr Wael Ali provide a stimulating
means of learning about the subject and help to bring the material to life.
What about course methodology ?
The workshop is a dynamic way of learning and here are some of the methods we are using:
* Interactive presentations
* Individual and team exercises
* One-to-one and group discussions
* Case studies, simulations and small project
Our Basic Veterinary Pharmacy Workshop provides a good grounding of knowledge on the teachings, philosophy and practice of veterinary medicines. It is an ideal starting point for anyone wanting to use veterinary medicine in the home for treating pets, as well as for any community pharmacist, clinical pharmacist or other therapist who would like to understand more about veterinary medicines pets. The main veterinary medicines we will study will each include a monograph, either by the workshop writer, or made up by you, the student. It is an excellent way to get to know the information on veterinary medicines that is out there and also your own knowledge.
Introduction of Veterinary Pharmacy
Calves and Cows
Sheep and Goats