In this four-part series, Dr. Sandra Newbury explores ringworm myths and facts and explains what infection looks like (and how it can fool you). She also covers screening programs and treatment strategies for outbreaks, individuals, and the environment. Case studies demonstrate how some shelters are winning this battle.
These sessions can be listened to at any time and are beneficial for anyone who wants to prevent ringworm from impacting their animal populations. Veterinarians, vet techs, animal shelter and rescue group leaders, line staff and foster caregivers will find the webinars particularly useful.
This webinar, the first in the 4-part series, introduces methods for managing ringworm, including prevention, diagnosis and treatment. It’s a must-see covering the key points shelters need to know about ringworm.
The second webinar in the series covers how to halt spread of disease and implement a proactive approach to prevent future ringworm outbreaks. Viewers will discover a step-wise approach to disease outbreak response and learn how to apply this organized system for response to almost any infectious disease.
The third webinar in the series shares practical ways some shelters are successfully fighting ringworm. Viewers will learn how to avoid common pitfalls in disease management and provide actionable ideas to win the ringworm battle in a shelter.
In the fourth and final installment of the series, Dr. Newbury answers questions about ringworm in a 90-minute Q&A session.