Clinical Zoom Rounds For Veterinarians

November 18th - Wednesdays at 7:30pm AEST

With years of teaching in both the US and Australia, Dr Margie McEwen brings to the VetPrac community something for everyone. “Learn with Margie & Friends” Clinical Zoom Rounds are an opportunity for you to bring along your questions and drive the discussion. Margie will introduce her “friend”, the guest presenter, who will start with some material focused on the topic for the session and then you and your fellow participants will have the opportunity to take the driver’s seat. Your discussion, questions and participation in the conversation fuels these sessions. Margie’s Friends will facilitate the discussion and share their experience and knowledge to help answer your questions. As a collective we will learn a lot together in a short period of time. These Clinical Zoom Rounds sessions have limited places and you will need to register through the link below to secure a place.

Be fast, the places are filling quickly.

Your Educators

Margie McEwen

Dr Margie McEwen

Qualifications: BVSc DACVAA MANZCVS

Specialisation: Board certified Anaesthesiology

In 1997 she was awarded membership of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists, and in 2000 completed an anaesthesia residency at Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine, Ithaca, New York. Margie became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia in 2002. After spending the last five years working as the section head of the UQ Vets, Gatton Campus Anaesthetist section and lecturing in both the veterinary science and veterinary technology streams, Margie saw a change on the horizon. In December of 2019, she made a change into post graduate education for the veterinary field and became the new director of VetPrac. Margie’s interests are in pain management, anaesthesia, teaching and learning, and communication.

What our participants say…

“Absolutely one of my favourite lecturers! I found anaesthesia very challenging in my fifth year rotations and she was so patient and generous with her time to help me.” 

Melanie Bailey

“Amazing lecturer and wonderful mentor! Margie makes anaesthesia fun!”

Sammy Felicity

“Can’t speak highly enough of Margie. She is so passionate about educating students and we all benefited greatly because of it.” 

Maddy Gouger

“One of my favourite lecturers, made me fall in love with anaesthesia!” 

Georgia Gurney


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