Saturday 4th November 2017
To take place in the Minerva Building, University of Lincoln, Brayford Pool, Lincoln, LN6 7TS
This day is for anyone who is working in the field of animal behaviour who wants to learn more about medication as an adjunct to behaviour modification programmes. For those working in the field, there will be some reference to clinical material to demonstrate indications and applications for practical settings.
The day will be held at the University of Lincoln and will be presented by the Animal Behaviour Clinic Team (including European Veterinary Behaviour diplomats Professor Daniel Mills and Helen Zulch). The day has been specifically designed for professionals working in the field, including behaviour counsellors, veterinary professionals, trainers, rescue centre professionals and all those who are interested in learning more about this subject area.
Please note that to qualify for a discounted rate (student, UoL MSc alumni or member of BVBA), you will need to provide evidence via email.
All registration prices includes refreshments and a light lunch on the day.
For ALL bookings, please complete details on the online store to ensure dietary requirements are catered for.
Registration will be from 9:30-10am and the seminar will run from 10am-5pm in the Coop Lecture Theatre at the University of Lincoln, Brayford Pool, LN6 7TS.
For directions please see here. The Coop lecture theatre is located within the Main Administration Building (marked as 1 on the map). The Coop lecture theatre is located at the end of the Main Administration Building, closest to the Media, Humanities and Technology Building (marked as 2 on the map). A pay and display car park is available on the University site at weekends.