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What Am I Supposed To Be Doing Tomorrow? Planning Case Investigations Like A Specialist

University of Nottingham

1 month ago

Date: Wednesday 11th December, 2024 - Wednesday 11th December, 2024
Start time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Duration: 8 hour(s)
Cost: FREE

This course will use clinical histories and physical examination findings from recently referred cases to develop case plans. These case plans can then be used alongside those plans that were actually used, to see how the cases progressed and the diagnosis was reached.

The plan with this is to make sure the emphasis in medical cases is the key ‘work’ is at the start which makes the case progression and the diagnosis far more robust and inevitably more rewarding.

This course will also illustrate that case planning can be fluid and there is more than one way to reach the diagnosis (again this is designed to suit all budgets!).

Who is it for?

These courses will further help those post-grads with a keen interest in small animal medicine to refine those key skills used by specialists in small animal internal medicine and develop their problem-based approach to challenging cases in primary care practice. Medicine benefits from a systemic and thorough approach and these courses are designed to demonstrate the fundamental aspects that underpin this approach. As before, the main objective is to make medicine more rewarding in primary care practice and to help delegates feel more empowered in the clinic they are in.

The Speakers

Professor Mark Dunning, Clinical Associate Professor in Small Animal Internal Medicine.<br /> <br /> Clinical affiliations<br /> RCVS certificate in small animal medicine.<br /> <br /> Clinical interests<br /> Gastroenterology, haematology and nephrology<br /> Evidence based medicine and collaborative research<br /> Developing non-invasive methods for disease screening and diagnosis

The Venue

The School of Veterinary Medicine and Science is based at the Sutton Bonington Campus of the University of Nottingham.
The Sutton Bonington Campus encompasses world-leading laboratories and specialist facilities for studying biosciences and veterinary medicine.

Number of CPD hours this event can be recorded as

8 hours

Registration and Booking

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