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E-CPD Approach To Birds And Reptiles In General Practice 2021

Royal Veterinary College

2 years ago
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Date: Monday 18th January, 2021 - Sunday 28th February, 2021
Start time: 1:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Duration: 6 hour(s)
Cost: £725

Key Areas Identification, husbandry requirements and handling of the most commonly presented speciesCommon presentations in birds and reptiles and how to approach them, including case based scenariosHow to successfully anaesthetise a bird or reptileSurgical techniques, critical care and analgesiaAbout this course About this course Are you perplexed by parrots, troubled by tortoises or stumped by snakes? Would you like to feel more confident when an unusual species appears on your consult list?Birds and reptiles have become popular pets in the UK. They are frequently presented for veterinary care, often as emergencies. This course aims to help clinicians build confidence in their approach to the exotics case and to develop sound diagnostic and treatment plans based on the most up-to-date evidence. The course is suitable for both experienced and new graduate vets.Why do this course?If you are seeing birds and reptiles on an occasional or regular basis and wish to build your confidence in approaching these cases. If you want to update your knowledge and apply best practice to provide optimal care for these species.

Who is it for?

Veterinarians

The Speakers

Tutors Vicki Baldrey, BSc BVSc DZooMed (Avian) MRCVS Exotics Clinician The Royal Veterinary College Joanna Hedley, BVMS DZooMed (Reptilian) DipECZM (Herpetology) MRCVS Lecturer in Exotic Species and Small Mammal Medicine and Surgery The Royal Veterinary College

Number of CPD hours this event can be recorded as

42 hours

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