FULLY BOOKED: Fundamentals of Internal Medicine - NORTHERN COURSE
17 Nov 2021 09:00 - 15:00
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Who is the course for?
The course is designed for young vets, it is part of our Fundamentals programme. It would also be suitable for those who want to refresh their knowledge.
About the Course
This course will give a grounding for new graduates in some of the most common internal medicine problems and techniques. A lecture based component will set the scene for a group of practical sessions and case based scenarios.
Part of our ‘Fundamentals programme’ aimed at new and recent graduates this course will provide a grounding in Internal Medicine. A new format will be utilised this year with pre-learning an essential part of the course with recorded lectures and then a more practical and small group approach to learning on the day. This will allow a far more informal and hands on learning experience for each delegate with the group of experienced medicine clinicians.
- An overview of a number of topics will take place from pyrexia of unknown origin, the collapsed and neurological horses, coughing horses and how to deal with infectious disease outbreaks.
- Utilising recent outbreak data we will be able to discuss real life situations for EHV and strangles to highlight difficulties are areas of success.
- Practical sessions will cover how to undertake guttural pouch endoscopy, tracheal washes, bronchoalveolar lavage, neurological examinations and cardiac auscultation
- Interactive case scenarios will present biosecurity issues, clinical pathology, interpretation of respiratory samples, analysis of ECG traces.
Key Learning Objectives
- Attend a medical emergency e.g. acute respiratory disease, collapsed horse, pyrexia and formulate and implement a logical action plan
- Examine and investigate more chronic respiratory cases and know how to apply diagnostics such as respiratory endoscopy
- Confidently auscultate a heart and know when to investigate audible abnormalities further
- Be able to formulate and implement a biosecurity plan for the yard
- Know when and how to refer
- Carry out a neurological assessment in a logical manner.
"The clinicans really helped to make the prcoedures suddenly seem much more achievable".
- Nicola Steel BVM&S CertAVP(EM) MScVPS MRCVS
- Nicola Steel BVM&S CertAVP(EM) MScVPS MRCVS, Shropshire
- Dickie Hepburn BVSc MS CertEM(IntMed) DipACVIM(LA) FRCVS (online only)
- Other speakers TBC
- Member price £260
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