February 15-16, 2020 in The University of Queensland, Gatton Campus
Register before the 4th January 2020 to receive a free textbook.
Having the right equipment and understanding how to use it is one of the most important elements of effective ophthalmology services in general practice.
VetPrac has been facilitating Ophthalmology workshops since 2011 and it’s on the calendar in 2020 due to popular demand.
Join veterinary specialists Dr Mark Billson, Dr Martyn King and Dr Edith Hampson at UQ Gatton in February. These industry leaders will share their tips and tricks as well as up-to-date techniques to help build confidence and skills that can be immediately applied to general practice.
This workshop includes practical hand-on training and registrations are limited to ensure a high tutor to attendee ratio. Registrations are open to veterinarians of all experience levels.
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Vetprac connects Australia’s finest specialists to provide a hands-on tutorial workshop relevant to the needs of the general veterinary community. By engaging educational leadership, Vetprac bridges the gap between learning and doing.
VetPrac understands that in the veterinary profession, it is very important to keep up to date with the latest information and techniques – yet sometimes it can be hard to acquire the ongoing veterinary training you need. VetPrac provides a number of vocational packages and workshops throughout the year, which focus on specific aspects of animal care. All of VetPrac training courses have a strong emphasis on both professional development and patient welfare.
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