We mixed many years of veterinary clinical experience, with a love of adventure and travel, and a willingness to give it a go and enjoy the experience along the way regardless of the result.
The products of such a recipe… Dr Peter Young and Dr Geraldine Gorman.
Let’s find out more about these 2 characters that will no doubt make Practical Skills Bootcamp 2018 a great learning experience for all participants.
Meet the girl from the country who has a passion for critical care medicine and adventure, heads the Pet Intensive Care unit at Veterinary Specialist Services in Brisbane, and educates for VetPrac at the Practical Veterinary Skills Bootcamp, Dr Ellie Leister.
What inspired you to become a veterinarian and then go onto specialise in emergency and critical care?
From a very young age I knew I wanted to work with animals, IRead more
“Like it or not (mostly not) talking money is the vet care team’s responsibility – from the estimate of costs of care through to the actual payment. The discussion can vary and be fraught with guilt, awkwardness and no eye contact, to being too clinical and abrupt about the whole thing.
It’s easy to talk about set-price services, like a vaccination, and more difficult when there’s a case in hospitalRead more
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Making A Difference In The Front-line… Meet Dr Vickie Saye October 09,2018
Passionate About Critical Care Medicine.. Meet Dr Ellie Leister October 08,2018
Faced With Demanding, Kooky or Different Clients? October 03,2018
When I Sold My Vet Business to Corporate October 02,2018