About this event
Join the SA Veterinary Foundation and Afrivet for the last in a three part webinar series on Saturday 16 January 2021, at 2pm.
Our topics for this webinar will include:
The AfriCanis dog: Truth and myth - an illustrated origin and history of the traditional African dog, by Edith Gallant
The co-production of veterinary services: Practical communication tips for the whole practice, by Drs Alison Pyatt, Kate May and Quixi Sonntag
We look forward to welcoming you online.
The SA Veterinary Foundation & Afrivet
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She is passionate about developing OP students to their full potential so that they can cope with the realities of work life. Her clinical interest, which is currently on hold, is veterinary behaviour medicine, and her research interests involve community engagement and animal welfare.
She is passionate about student learning and how to teach more effectively and has become very involved in the Veterinary Professional Life modules where she teaches wellness and communication.
Dr Pyatt is a Principal Lecturer in Veterinary Services at Hartpury University and Harper Adams University. She delivers professional practice, client communication, and interdisciplinary skills-based training to animal health professionals and veterinarians.
Didi is currently the Chairperson of the SAVF. She is a specialist veterinary pathologist and has a special interest in rabies control.
In 1996, Edith and her late husband started their research on the Aboriginal, traditional rural, tribal land African dogs. She is the co-author of the book: “SOS DOG” - The purebred dog hobby re-examined.
Dr Viljoen is the chief servant, supporter and fan of the teams in his four veterinary practices, IT and E-commerce businesses, and VetProtect. Dr Viljoen has served on the Board of Directors of the South African Veterinary Foundation for 15 years, and chaired the organisation for 8 years.
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