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Wildlife admissions and burns - Dr Anne Fowler1 CPD Points
Anne will discuss:
• common wildlife presentations and best practice triage and treatment principles
• case studies across avian, reptile and mammalian taxa
• practical information that will be of interest to students, new graduates and experienced vets
• key learnings from vet experiences following the 2019-20 summer bushfire season
26 Jun 2020 to 11 Aug 2020
Conservation Biology - Associate
Conservation Biology - Full Member
Conservation Biology - New Graduate
Conservation Biology - Student
Who should attend
Veterinarians, Veterinary Students, New-Graduates
Dr Anne Fowler
Anne Fowler graduated from the University of Sydney with a Veterinary Science degree after completing a Bachelor of Science Honors year investigating vitamin D metabolism in nocturnal marsupials. Further qualifications obtained include Membership in the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in the following fields: Avian Health, Medicine of Australian Wildlife and the Medicine and Surgery of Unusual Pets.
Anne has worked in mixed practice in NSW and Victoria. She has been employed as a Senior Clinical Registrar at the Wildlife Health and Conservation Centre at the University of Sydney and as an associate veterinarian at the Australian Wildlife Health Centre at Healesville Sanctuary. In 2016, Anne opened the Adelaide Bird and Exotics Vet Centre, Adelaide’s first bird/exotics-only vet clinic. Patients seen include birds, reptiles, small mammals, marsupials and wildlife.
Besides working as a veterinarian, Anne has been teaching wildlife carers throughout Australia for the last 14 years on topics related to wildlife care. Anne has also created a training day on the Assessment and Treatment of Burnt Wildlife and since 2006 has educated over 1400 people to assist burnt animals in Australia. She has also been a licenced carer wherever she has lived. Anne firmly believes that sharing information leads to informed and empowered wildlife rehabilitators and better outcomes for the welfare of Australia’s unique wildlife.
Wildlife admissions and burns - Dr Anne Fowler
Start: 11 August 2020, 8:00PM
End: 11 August 2020, 9:00PM
Registration closes on 11 August 2020
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