Focus on Recent Graduates - Vet Education

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Focus on Recent Graduates

May 19 – 21, 2020
RACE-approved for 3 CE credits

Join us for an outstanding selection of webinars – specially selected for new and recent graduates – focusing on the things you need to know – from dealing with your first surgery nightmares, to dealing with difficult clients, and how to look after yourself after a hard day. Check out the full program below – it’s designed to help you reach your full potential!

Proudly supported by Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Australia
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Become a Veterinarian that your team and clients love!

Life as a new or recent graduate can be challenging! From new surgeries to overcoming the challenges of client communication — there’s a lot to cope with! 

Join us for this exciting event starting May 19 for 6 fantastic interactive webinars and discussions – carefully selected to help you develop into the veterinarian you deserve to be. Attend the Focus on Recent Graduates webinar series and transition from a new graduate to a star in your practice! 

This event is FREE to attend for Veterinary Students and New/Recent Graduates. However, all the veterinary teams from across the globe are welcome to join!

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SPEAKERS

Don’t wait and struggle! Get all your questions answered from expert veterinary professionals in live, fully-interactive sessions online!

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Dr. Michelle McArthur

BA (Psych) Hons, D(Clin)Psych

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Dr. Delisa Appleton

BVSc (Hons) PhD

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Dr. Philip Judge

BVSc MVS PG Cert Vet Stud MACVSc (VECC; Medicine of Dogs)

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Dr. Chantal Celindano

BVSc (hons) MANZCVS (feline medicine)

EVENT SCHEDULE

All sessions will be recorded. If you are unable to attend the live lectures, a link to the recordings will be shared with you a few days following the event.

Lecture 1

Time: 12:00 AEST

Peek and Shriek: When your routine surgery turns bad

with Dr. Philip Judge 

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It’s happened to all of us at some time or another – a routine consultation or surgery suddenly turns out to be your worst nightmare! Join us as we dissect how to manage those occasions when you wish the case you have was someone else’s responsibility. From dropped pedicles, to ruptured ureters; open chest wounds to faeces floating in the abdomen – we’ll help you manage these cases with a sound approach!

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Lecture 2

Time: 19:30 AEST

Things we wish we had known as recent graduates

with Drs. Jill Beasley, Chantal Celindano & Philip Judge

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Come along to a virtual “fireside chat” and live Q&A with 3 vets at 3 different stages in their careers – as we reflect on the things we wish we had known as a new or recent graduate that would have made life easier! With Dr Jillian Beasely, Dr Chantal Celindano and Dr Philip Judge.

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Lecture 1

Time: 12:00 AEST

Pet Food Myths: Busted!

with Dr. Delisa Appleton

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Knowledge is our first Ingredient.

There is a lot of confusing information out there about the ‘right’ nutrition for dogs and cats. Dispelling nutritional myths can be complicated and some pet owners have strong convictions that are difficult to counter. 

This seminar provides useful information on hot topics such as grain-free, raw and ancestral feeding that may help you convey the correct information to your clients based on sound scientific evidence, thus helping them make the best nutrition choice for their pet.

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This lecture is brought to you by Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Australia
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Lecture 2

Time: 19:30 AEST

Being Happy at Work

with Dr. Michelle Macarthur

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Through an interactive seminar, participants will explore capacities of resilience. We will pay particular attention to enhancing personal resources such as motivation and deriving pleasure in our work. We will focus on what provides us meaning and motivation in our roles and consider how we can increase our attention to these aspects of our work with the goal of enhancing our resilience and thereby wellbeing.

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This lecture is sponsored by Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Australia
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Lecture 1

Time: 12:00 AEST

Nutrition in the Critical Patient

with Dr. Bryony Senic

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There is so much to think about in the critical patient – be it a patient with pancreatitis, or a dog attack or road trauma patient – it’s easy to forget that nutrition plays a pivotal role in patient recovery. Join us as we present a trusted approach to providing your patient with effective nutrition, by tackling 3 key nutritional support questions – Where, When, and What!

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This lecture is brought to you by Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Australia
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Lecture 2

Time: 19:30 AEST

Managing the Emergency Client

with Dr. Philip Judge

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I know what you’re thinking – vets treat animals – not people! However, for better or worse, our emergency patients have clients attached to them – and they come with all sorts of issues – such as aggression, fear, helplessness and much more. Join ER doc, Dr. Philip Judge, as he presents some of the most interesting tales from his 20+ years of emergency experience – and what he’s learnt about managing the emergency client to get the best outcome for the furry patient!

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Dr. Michelle McArthur​

BA (Psych) Hons, D(Clin)Psych

Dr. Michelle McArthur, is a clinical psychologist in private practice and a Senior Lecturer of Communication and Professional Skills in the School of Animal and Veterinary Science at the University of Adelaide. She developed as well as implements the clinical communication skills and wellbeing program in the School. Her research interests include clinical communication as well as veterinarian and veterinary student wellbeing including compassion fatigue and resilience. 

Dr. McArthur is called upon nationally to provide skills-based communication workshops as well as mental health and wellbeing seminars in veterinary practices and Schools. She has presented her work at multiple national and international conferences and symposia.

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Dr. Delisa Appleton

BVSc (Hons) PhD

 

Delisa graduated from the University of Queensland with honours in 1987 after which she worked in mixed and small animal veterinary practice for 7 years before commencing work in the nutrition industry. She then returned to the University of Queensland in 1999 to undertake research into nutritional aspects of obesity and diabetes in cats and was awarded a PhD in nutrition in 2004.

In her spare time Delisa is a budding artist and is mum to 3 teenage children, 3 ducks, 4 chickens, 1 dog, 1 cat and a cockatiel with a huge personality!

Delisa is currently employed in the Veterinary Affairs Department of Hill’s Pet Nutrition as a Professional Consulting Veterinarian with more than 24 years’ experience in the field of small animal nutrition.

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Dr. Philip Judge​

BVSc MVS PG Cert Vet Stud MACVSc (Vet. Emergency and Critical Care; Medicine of Dogs) Director: Vet Education Pty Ltd

Philip graduated from Massey University in New Zealand in 1992, and spent 7 years in small animal practice before undertaking a 3-year residency in veterinary emergency and critical care at the University of Melbourne in 1998. Following his residency, Philip worked for nearly 6 years at the Animal Emergency Centre in Melbourne, becoming the Senior Veterinarian at the centre in 2004. In 2006, Philip undertook a 1-year surgical externship before moving to Townsville to take up the position of Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care at JCU. 

Philip is also co-founder, and director of Vet Education Pty Ltd (www.veteducation.com.au) – one of Australia’s leading providers of online continuing education for veterinarians and veterinary nurses.

Philip has published numerous manuals and guides concerning emergency medicine, including a CRI manual, haematology and biochemistry interpretation guide, emergency anaesthesia guide, and a ventilation therapy manual for small animals, in addition to being published in peer reviewed literature.

Philips key interests in veterinary science include respiratory emergencies, ventilation therapy, envenomations and toxicology.
– Consultant in Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care
– Internationally renowned lecturer and published author
– Dedicated to providing you with innovative and exciting online learning

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Dr. Bryony Senic​

BSc, BVMS

Bryony graduated in 2007 from Murdoch University in Perth. She worked as a veterinarian in small animal practice treating primarily dogs and cats for almost 7 years before moving to an industry role with Hill’s Pet Nutrition in 2015. She works as a Professional Development Veterinarian for South Australia and Western Australia and is passionate about nutrition in pets.

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Dr. Chantal Celindano

BVSc (hons) MANZCVS (feline medicine)

Chantal is your run of the mill crazy cat lady. She graduated in 2004 from the University of Queensland and started work at the Cat Clinic in Brisbane- where she ended up with a rehoming reject, her now 17 year old silver tabby Nifty-Sprocket. Chantal has worked in the UK, where she also was drawn to a cat clinic, unsurprisingly, and currently works in Brisbane in general practice, with yearly stints at the Cat Clinic in Melbourne. Chantal has her membership in feline medicine, and when she is not sleuthing for the perfect kitty accessory, she can be found dragging her husband and daughter to cat conferences at every opportunity.

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Dr. Jill Beasley​

BVSc

Jill graduated from James Cook University in 2010 and had the pleasure of being taught by Phil himself!

She spent 2 years in mixed practice in Charters Towers, largely avoiding horse calls and keeping her head above water through the generous help and support of many lovely vets around her. After this she spent a year in the English countryside, then returned to North Queensland where she has been ever since.

She is a general practitioner but has also spent time doing emergency and shelter work. She now works part time in general practice and part time as a tutor for Veterinary Science students during their surgery and anaesthesia rotations.

What Jill loves most about vetting is seeing animals and clients having positive outcomes at the vet, be it through low stress handling of the patients in our care, or clients really understanding what is going on with their pet and trusting us to do the very best by their pets. She thinks continuing to learn and prioritising client communication are keys to success in general practice.

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