Webinars for the whole veterinary team

JCU Vet Two-part Webinar Series

Speakers
Dr. Jason Mouatt
Dr. Terri Eurell

Who is it for?
Veterinarians
Vet Nurses also welcome
Start Date
June 18, 2020
June 25, 2020
Free Webinar Series brought to you by JCU Vet
Abdominal Surgery – Deciding When, What and How to Biopsy
with Jason Mouatt, BVSc FANZCVS
Veterinarians commonly perform abdominal surgery for relatively straight forward and known problems. However, it is relatively common to find unexpected issues that can’t be easily resolved, or there may be no obvious cause at all. This aim of this session is to discuss ideas on decision making and thought processes during exploratory abdominal surgery. In particular, we will look at options and techniques for biopsy of various organs to both increase the diagnostic benefits and clinical satisfaction of laparotomy.

When is it?

Date: Thursday, 18 June 2020
Time: 19:30 AEST [Sydney] | 21:30 NZST [Auckland]
All Countries are Invited to Join this Webinar! To check the time in your zone/country, please click here.
Note: This webinar is being recorded. If you are unable to attend the live lecture, a link to the recording will be shared with you a few days following the lecture.
Septic Peritonitis and the Emergent Patient
with Terri Eurell, BVSc MANZCVSc Cert AVP
Septic peritonitis is a complex, challenging condition with high morbidity and mortality. Most commonly due to rupture of the gastrointestinal tract, septic peritonitis requires swift diagnosis and stabilisation before definitive surgical decontamination. Numerous perioperative complications including septic shock, severe sepsis and multiple organ dysfunction can develop, which necessitate close monitoring and intensive management. This presentation is aimed at providing the general practitioner with clinically relevant information on the initial stabilisation and post-operative care of patients with septic peritonitis. Focusing on the treatment of shock, empirical antibiotic therapy, pre- and post-operative analgesia.

When is it?

Date: Thursday, 25 June 2020
Time: 19:30 AEST [Sydney] | 21:30 NZST [Auckland]
All Countries are Invited to Join this Webinar! To check the time in your zone/country, please click here.
Note: This webinar is being recorded. If you are unable to attend the live lecture, a link to the recording will be shared with you a few days following the lecture.

Speakers

Jason Mouatt

BVSc FANZCVS

Dr. Jason Mouatt became a Specialist Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon in 2002 and joined Veterinary Specialist Services Brisbane in 2004, becoming Partner/DirectJason is a University of Queensland BVSc graduate. After a number of years in small animal / equine general practice, Jason returned to the University of Queensland to complete a 3 year Small Animal Surgery residency. Following this, he moved to Melbourne and spent 4 years training and teaching at the University of Melbourne Veterinary Teaching Hospital. He successfully completed ANZCVS Fellowship exams and became a registered specialist in Small Animal Surgery in 2002. In 2004, Jason returned to Brisbane to work in private practice at Veterinary Specialist Services, and became an owner/director of VSS the following year. He has a broad range of experience in small animal surgery, with particular interests in joint replacement, neurosurgery and reconstructive surgery. He particularly enjoys any teaching opportunity with students, interns, residents and GPs. After more than 14 years at VSS, Jason took a break from clinical work in late 2018, spending the last year doing further training in human performance and behaviour, interlaced recently with blocks of teaching and clinical surgery at James Cook University Veterinary Hospital.

Terri Eurell

BVSc MANZCVSc Cert AVP

Doctor Terri Eurell graduated from James Cook University in 2011. She completed a rotating internship at Veterinary Specialist Services in 2012 and worked extensively throughout Australia and the United Kingdom as an emergency and critical care veterinarian before accepting a residency in emergency and critical care in 2017. Terri gained membership in emergency and critical care from the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Science in 2018, obtained a Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice from Liverpool University in 2019 and completed her residency in 2020. She is due to sit board examinations for the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care in September 2020. Terri has a special interest in emergency surgery, transfusion medicine and mechanical ventilation.

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