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Infection control and high risk behaviours2 CPD Points
Angela brings a broad perspective to the topic of infection control and high risk behaviours in veterinary practice, having seen just how infection control is considered and applied in both the human and animal fields. Angela will also speak on the recently developed Guidelines for zoonoses. This is sure to be an interesting discussion, and very relevant for all of us!
4 Feb 2020 to 5 Mar 2020
Who should attend
General practitioners, Government, academics and student veterinarians
Guidelines for Zoonoses
High risk behaviours
Dr Angela Willemsen
Angela Willemsen is a PhD Candidate at the School of Public Health at the University of Queensland. As a small animal veterinary practitioner and a previous career as a Registered Nurse, she saw that there were many areas where veterinary clinicians could improve their infection prevention and control practices. Angela has an interest in public health which is the common theme whether she is working in human or animal health. There are many areas of similarity and it is this that has kindled her interest in the research that she is completing. Angela’s ambition is for others to see the importance of infection control practices that can impact on patients, staff and clients.
This is a member only event.
Infection control and high risk behaviours
Coopers Plains Library
Start: 5 March 2020, 6:30PM
End: 5 March 2020, 9:30PM
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