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Equine Wounds

The British Veterinary Nursing Association

8 years ago

Duration: 1 hour(s)
Cost: FREE

Veterinary nurse of the year award winner Marie Rippingale provides an overview of wound healing in horses and discusses first aid, triage and wound assessment, preparation of the wound bed and the factors of healing delay. A bandaging demonstration follows providing hints and tips for a good application and the considerations of a hospitalised horse.

Who is it for?

Equine Veterinary Nurses

The Speakers

Marie graduated from The Nottingham Trent University in 2005 with a First Class Honours Degree in Equine Sports Science. During her degree Marie completed a year out placement s an equine veterinary nurse at Scarsdale Vets and has worked there since 2003. Marie qualified as an EVN with merit in 2007 and got promoted to Head Equine Nurse in the same year. Marie went on to qualify as an A1 Assessor in 2008 and a G-SQP in 2009. Marie is now a Clinical Coach and trains the equine veterinary nursing students at Scarsdale. In 2012 Marie completed the Diploma in Higher Education Clinical Veterinary Nursing (Dip HE CVN) with distinction. In February 2012 Marie obtained the RCVS Diploma in Advanced Veterinary Nursing (Dip AVN) in equine context, with distinction. Marie has been lecturing on the Veterinary Nursing Diploma course at Bottle Green Training in Melbourne since 2010 and runs the final year at the course at Scarsdale for the equine students. Marie has had articles published in a number of veterinary journals including The Veterinary Nurse and Veterinary Practice. In October 2013 and October 2014 Marie won ‘The Veterinary Nurse of the Year’ award at the Over the Counter Awards in London. Marie’s special interests include foal nursing, radiography, anaesthesia and thrombophlebitis and intravenous catheter care.

Number of CPD hours this event can be recorded as

1 hours

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