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AOVET Improving Patient Care Cross Species

Title 
Ophthalmology

Date 
Feb. 1-Nov. 30, 2016

Location 
On-line, Centre for Veterinary Education, The University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia 2006

Description 
Tutor: Robin Stanley

Ophthalmology is one of those subjects you can’t learn at University or from a book–you really need to see cases to work out what is happening in eyes. This course is focused on presenting signs and aims to help vets in general, equine or small animal practice manage their eye cases with greater competence and confidence. The course will present the latest evidence-based information as well as numerous videos and images of ophthalmic conditions and procedures, which you will be encouraged to practice at a two-day practical workshop at Dr Stanley’s practice.Ophthalmology is one of those subjects you can’t learn at university or from a book; you really need to see cases to work out what is happening in eyes. This course is focused on presenting signs and aims to help vets in general, equine or small animal practice manage their eye cases with greater competence and confidence. The course will present the latest evidence‑based information as well as numerous videos and images of ophthalmic conditions and procedures, which you will be encouraged to practice at a two-day practical workshop at Dr Stanley’s practice.

Website 
www.cve.edu.au/de/ophthalmology

Continuing Education Credits 
Up to 334 CPD Points

Species 
Canine, Exotics, Feline

Language 
English

Translations 
No

Organizers 
Centre for Continuing Veterinary Education (CVE)

Contact 
Centre for Continuing Veterinary Education

Contact  Address 
Veterinary Science Conference Centre, Level 2 Building 22, Regimental Crescent, The University of Sydney, NSW Australia 2006.

Phone 
61 (02) 9351 7979

Fax 
61 (02) 9351 7968

Email 
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