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'Prevent, Detect and Treat'
You're invited to our Diagnostics Webinar Series, part of the Zoetis commitment to supporting you across a broader continuum of care.

Topics include:

  1. Urinary tract disease and urinalysis
  2. Haematology - interpretation of complete blood count and blood smears
  3. Yes you can! Blood sampling techniques and interpretation of clinical pathology results in small exotic mammals
  4. Biochemistry for regular wellness screening , pre-anaesthetic profiles and monitoring for long-term medication
  5. Electrolytes and blood gases – when, how and why?
  6. Vomiting in dogs and cats - diagnostic and therapeutic approach
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WHEN

Date: Every 2 months in 2019 (Beginning in February)

Time: 7.30pm Sydney time


WIN

TUNE-IN AND YOU COULD WIN!

An i-STAT Alinity Portable Analyser valued at $14,500 (RRP - Terms and conditions apply)


REGISTER TO ATTEND

Register today to attend the Diagnostics Webinar Series


Tune-in live: 7.30pm Sydney time or catch-up on demand

DATE SPEAKER TOPIC
Wed 13th Feb Ann Thompson Urinary tract disease and urinalysis
Wed 10th Apr Stephen Yeomans Haematology: interpretation of complete blood count and blood smears
Wed 15th May Joanne Sheen Yes! You can. Blood sampling techniques and interpretation of clinical pathology results in small exotic mammals
Tue 11th Jun Aaron Herndon Senior wellness programs: How to use the biochemistry and CBC to manage the healthcare recommendations for your senior patients
Wed 14th Aug Claire Sharp Electrolytes and Blood gases – when, how, why?
Wed 9th Oct Claire Sharp Vomiting in Dogs and Cats- diagnostic and therapeutic approach

MEET OUR SPEAKERS

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Ann Thompson

BVSc, MANZCVS, MSc, GCHEd, DACVIM - Small Animal Internal Medicine

Ann is a graduate of University of Queensland Veterinary School; after graduation Ann spent a few years in general practice both in Australia and the UK before returning to the University of Queensland for an internship. Ann then completed a small animal internal medicine residency and master’s program at Purdue University in 2006 and became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. Ann then worked in private referral practice in Brisbane at VSS for several years before returning to UQ in 2013 to take on an academic appointment and build the internal medicine referral clinic at Gatton. During her time at UQ, Ann achieved a graduate certificate in higher education. After almost 5 years in academia Ann returned to VSS to take on a new teaching role as resident mentor.

Claire Sharp

BSc, BVMS, MS, DACVECC, Senior Lecturer

Dr Claire Sharp is a Murdoch veterinary graduate from 2002, and did her specialty training in the United States. In addition to her clinical work, Claire is an active teacher of veterinary students, interns and residents, and does both pre-clinical and clinical veterinary research. Her areas of interest include sepsis, trauma, envenomation, toxicoses, and many other aspects of veterinary ECC.

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Stephen Yeomans

BSc(Vet) BVSc MVSc MANZCVS DACVP (AP/CP)

Stephen is a specialist pathologist at Vetnostics in Sydney. Dual-certified by the American College of Veterinary Pathologists in anatomic and clinical pathology, he has 20 years of experience working in veterinary diagnostic laboratories, including a year on faculty at the University of Tennessee. Stephen has examined for the ANZCVS and serves on several AVA committees.

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Joanne Sheen

BVM&S CertZooMed, Exotics Vet

Jo graduated from University of Edinburgh in 2004, and gained her post-graduate qualification in zoological and exotic medicine in 2008. She is currently pursuing a Masters in Pain Management, and hopes that this will offer advanced insight in pain mechanisms pain management for exotic animals.


Jo had a very international upbringing, growing up between Australia, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. As such, her first pet was a red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta elegans), followed by two chickens (Gallus gallus domesticus) that she kept on the roof garden. She was most distraught, when several years later, she came home to find these chickens had been turned in soup!


Outside our busy Sydney hospital, you’ll often find Jo walking her dog, a talkative English Staffie. He was rescued five years ago whilst Jo was living in the UK from an uncertain fate in an RSPCA animal abuse case.
You will also catch Jo spending her time away from work mostly off solid ground, preferring to either hang around in mid-air (trapeze), or in the depths of the ocean (scuba diving)

18th June 2019

Tune-in and
you could WIN

Join us live, or catch-up on demand any 4 of the

6 webinars in the Diagnostics Webinar Series

before the end of Dec 2019

to automatically go into the draw to win.

The Prize 

An i- STAT Alinity portable hand-held analyser valued at $14,500 (RRP - Terms and conditions apply)

13th Feb 2019 | Urinary tract disease and urinalysis

Wed 15th May | Yes! You can. Blood sampling techniques and interpretation of clinical pathology results in small exotic mammals

14th Aug 2019 | Electrolytes and Blood gases – when, how, why?

10th April 2019 | Haematology: interpretation of complete blood count and blood smears

11th June 2019 | Senior wellness programs: How to use the biochemistry and CBC to manage the healthcare recommendations for your senior patients

9th Oct 2019 | Vomiting in Dogs and Cats- diagnostic and therapeutic approach

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