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Scanning The Emergency Patient


12 months ago

Date: Monday 29th January, 2024 - Sunday 25th February, 2024
Start time: 6:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Duration: 4 hour(s)
Cost: £370

An online course designed to help veterinarians increase their knowledge and confidence in ultrasound, through a series of bite-sized modules that are released over a 4-week period.

The course includes a variety of resources, such as video lessons, PDF downloads, tasks, interactive learning tools, case studies and how-to guides.

Additionally, students have the opportunity to ask questions and receive support from their instructor, Camilla, via an online community. Access to the course materials lasts for 12 weeks.

Who is it for?

For veterinarians of all levels of experience who want to gain confidence in emergency ultrasound, and provide better care for their patients.

The Speakers

Camilla Edwards DVM, CertAVP, MRCVS - Founder of FOVU - First Opinion Veterinary Ultrasound and passionate about small animal veterinary ultrasound at the first opinion level.As a peripatetic veterinary ultrasonographer, I travel with my dog Pippi (a Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever) within 50 miles of Cambridge, teach ultrasound as a guest on IMV-imaging courses, and have a thriving Facebook community for First Opinion Small Animal Vets.In my early days as a vet, I struggled with a lack of awareness of ultrasound machines, unsure of what probe to use and confused by poor images.Then after falling in love with ultrasound and enrolling on numerous ultrasound courses aimed at general practitioners, I sat down and thought about what I needed when learning to scan.Intensive support over a period of timeGood demonstrations of how to scan specific organsDemonstrations of important pathology to look out for: a clear idea of what normal looks like!Affordable.Considering all of this, I decided to use my years of experience as a working peripatetic veterinary ultrasonographer to create online courses for vets and veterinary nurses......because everyone in our profession deserves to use ultrasound confidently to improve diagnosis for our patients.

Number of CPD hours this event can be recorded as

16 hours

Registration and Booking

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