Are you still promoting annual blanket core boosters for your patients? Or even triennial boosters?
If you have been paying attention to the WSAVA guidelines over the last decade or more you may be starting to question traditional vaccine protocols. Without incorporating serology testing into your recommendations, you are administering core vaccine boosters without an evidence base to do so. It is time to start questioning antiquated vaccine booster protocols. Are they necessary? Can they cause harm? Are they in your patient’s best interest? Are they in your clinic’s best interests? What are the alternatives?
Best practice vaccination guidelines are to safely and minimally vaccinate and effectively immunise all pets. This can be achieved with a minimal vaccine protocol that incorporates titer tests and a tailored health plan for every pet. In this webinar Dr Renee James will cover:
- Best Practice Vaccination Guidelines
- Documented vaccine reactions
- Titer testing - what tests are available, what is the accuracy of the tests, and how to interpret results for dogs and cats
- How to move AWAY from the concern around vaccine cost vs titer cost, and move TOWARDS an ethics and evidence-based patient advocacy model
- And how to have the conversation with your clients (and colleagues!)