Small Animal Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Workshop

Feb 21st - 22nd 2019

University of Queensland, Gatton Campus

CDP Value: NSW: 24 CPD points
Other states: 15 CPD points
VetEd: 24 points

Develop your skills in non-invasive diagnostics and procedures over two full days with VetPrac and Karl Storz Endoscopy. There are very few opportunities to learn like this. With 9-hours of practice time, and superb quality equipment you will work with exceptional educators to master your skills and help your patients get better. Early Registrations will receive a free textbook.

  • 9 HOURS OF PRACTICAL TIME DRY

  • WET AND LIVE PRACTICE SESSIONS

  • SPECIALIST EDUCATORS

  • SOCIAL DINNER NOTES

  • TIPS AND TRICKS

  • NON-INVASIVE PROCEDURES

What you will learn

You will revise :
  • When flexible endoscopy is a useful diagnostic tool
  • What equipment you need to do a good job
  • Preparing a patient for endoscopy
  • How to manage a patient post-procedure
You will develop skills in :
  • How to use the equipment properly
  • Oesophagoscopy
  • Gastroscopy
  • To retrieve oesophageal foreign bodies
  • To retrieve gastric foreign bodies
  • To place a PEG tube endoscopically
  • How to take endoscopic biopsies
  • Colonoscopy

Workshop Schedule

Workshop Schedule

A VETPRAC COURSE WILL PAY FOR ITSELF

LEARN IT

With the skills you gain at a VetPrac course, you can dramatically increase your income.

BILL IT

For example, if a new procedure you’ve learned bills for $1000, with just four procedures you’ll have paid for the $3200 course that helped you gain that skill.

CLAIM IT

Plus, you may be able to claim some or all of the cost as professional development or a tax deduction.

Your Educators

Dr Richard Burchell

Qualifications: BSc (Hons), BVSc, MMedVet, DECVIM-CA

Specialisation: Small Animal Medicine

Dr Ann Thompson

Qualifications: BVSc MACVSc MS DIP ACVIM(SAIM)

Specialisation: Small Animal Internal Medicine

Ann loves teaching and in 2013 led the small animal medicine referral service at UQ, completed a teaching qualification and taught both veterinary technology and veterinary students. Ann re-joined VSS in 2017 to mentor in the VSS Residency Program. The only program in the country with a dedicated academic resident mentor Ann’s current areas of interest are; endocrinology, urinary tract disease, non-invasive diagnostics, and veterinary education.

Dr Julien Dandrieux

Qualifications: B.Sc. VETMED DACVIM

Specialisation: Small Animal Medicine

After completing his 3 year medicine residency, Julien joined the University of Liverpool as Clinician teacher at the Small Animal Teaching Hospital for 2 years. He then worked as a Consultant in Small Animal Medicine for IDEXX before undertaking a PhD at the University of Melbourne. Currently, Julien works as a lecturer at the University of Melbourne. He teaches final year Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) students and supervises resident training to become small animal medicine specialists.

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