Speaker: Ms Rhiannon Manganaro Senior Veterinary Nurse, AES Brisbane
Date: 19th October 2019
Time: 9am - 5pm; Registration from 8:30am
Venue: Rydges Hotel, Hobart, Tasmania
TEAM OFFER: IF YOU ARE ATTENDING WITH A FULL PAYING VETERINARIAN, YOUR PLACE IS FREE OF CHARGE!
Veterinary nurses play an important role in emergency medicine, however there is no doubt that these cases can sometimes be very daunting and overwhelming! This exciting CE event aims to provide attendees with improved ECC skills and knowledge that can be implemented in their practice on a daily basis.
The day will include the following interactive sessions:
Session 1: Fluid Therapy: What? Why? How?
Session 2: Understanding Shock; and Blood Transfusions
Session 3: Triage: From the First Phone Call
Session 4: The Nurse’s Role in an Emergency
Session 5: Nursing the Critical Care Patient
This full day veterinary nurse course is not to be missed, and will provide you with lots of practical tips and useful information to help improve your confidence and understanding when dealing with a wide range of emergency situations.
- Increase knowledge and understanding of small animal veterinary emergencies, to enable a more confident approach to both telephone and in-clinic situations.
- Improve clinical outcomes, by providing exceptional patient and client care, thereby increasing career satisfaction.
- Appreciate advances in diagnosis and treatment of a range of small animal veterinary emergencies, and know how to incorporate these into clinical practice.
- Understand how your role as veterinary nurse can have a direct impact on clinical outcomes in emergency situations.
Disclaimer: Minimum delegate numbers are required for this event. Platinum CPD PTY LTD thereby reserves the right to cancel this event if the minimum number is not achieved. In the event of a cancellation, all course fees will be refunded in full.