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The Royal Canin 2 Part Obesity Care Series

Presented by Georgia Woods RVN, CertCFVHNut, VTS (Nutrition)

You can now register free to watch this brilliant 2 part webinar series from Royal Canin about obesity care.

In these 2 webinars, presented by Georgia Woods, you will learn about obesity recognition, communication with clients to achieving your goals, and how to create individualised plans and turn failing cases into successful ones.

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About the Webinars

Part 1: Obesity Care in Practice – Essential Elements

Available to watch now!

What makes a good obesity care clinic? This lecture will discuss the essential elements that will give the greatest chance of successful obesity care and weight management. From obesity recognition, communication with clients to achieving your goals, the lecture will give guidance on how to help every patient that has obesity.

Part 2: Obesity Care – Tailored Plans And Problem Cases

Available to watch now!

At first glance obesity care may appear to be simple, by restricting calorie intake and increasing activity levels, subsequent weight loss should follow. However, we know obesity care to be anything but simple. The lecture will discuss the many elements that will affect successful outcomes, together with how to create individualised plans and turn failing cases into successful ones.

About the Speaker

Georgia Woods RVN, CertCFVHNut, VTS (Nutrition)

Georgia Woods first trained as a Veterinary Nurse in a mixed practice in Shropshire. After gaining a broad introduction to Veterinary Nursing, she moved to a busy small animal hospital and referral centre in Northwich. After qualification in 2004, she moved to a large 24 hour emergency service in Cheshire as a dedicated emergency and critical care nurse. In 2010 Georgia then took the position of Head Nurse and Clinical Coach. In June 2015 Georgia took the position of ROYAL CANIN® Weight Management Clinic Nurse at the University of Liverpool Small Animal Teaching Hospital, where she is now dealing exclusively with obese pets. Georgia achieved her certificate in Canine and Feline Veterinary Health Nutrition in 2017 and has completed her Veterinary Technician Specialist (Nutrition) qualification.