The New World of Animal Pain Management
Delve into the latest research on compassionate care
Stephen Cital – June 7, 2023
12pm PST / 3pm EST
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Delve into the latest research surrounding the complex nature of animal pain in this webinar. Join accomplished Veterinary Technician Specialist (VTS), Stephen Cital, as he shares his vast knowledge and expertise in anesthesia and pain management.
Over the past few years, scientists have made significant efforts to gain a deeper understanding of how animals experience pain. While certain studies suggest that animals exhibit pain perception similar to humans, other research challenges this notion. Join us as we explore the available evidence and learn how to interpret the behavior and biological responses of our animal patients by examining the extensive literature across various species.
Additionally, we will explore the evolving concept of the human-animal bond and its connection to the experience of pain. Don’t miss this opportunity to broaden your understanding of animal pain and enhance your ability to provide compassionate care to your patients.
Department of Neurobiology – Stanford University School of Medicine.
Stephen Cital conducts groundbreaking research in the Department of Neurobiology at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
Beyond his research endeavors, Stephen has garnered recognition as an award-winning international lecturer on anesthesia, pain management, cannabis, and best practices. His expertise is further exemplified through his involvement in editorial boards, textbook contributions, and coordination roles for esteemed journals.
Stephen is a Veterinary Technician Specialist (VTS) and holds certifications as a Registered Laboratory Animal Technician (RLAT) and a Surgical Research Anesthetist (SRA), among others. He is also a Certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner (CVPP) and a member of prestigious organizations such as the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management and the Academy of Laboratory Animal Veterinary Technicians and Nurses.