Exotic and endemic wildlife diseases of importance to Australia - Dr Andrea Reiss 1 CPD Points


Which exotic diseases are a threat to Australia’s wildlife? Which of the many diseases already present in Australia pose a threat to Australia’s native species? How do we look monitor and recognise emerging infectious diseases in wildlife? What happens when there is a disease outbreak in Australian wildlife?

Price levels

12 Aug 2020 to 20 Oct 2020
Associate $ 30.00
Full Member $ 30.00
New Graduate $ 30.00
Non-Member $ 60.00
Student $ 5.00
Conservation Biology - Associate $ 20.00
Conservation Biology - Full Member $ 20.00
Conservation Biology - New Graduate $ 20.00
Conservation Biology - Student $ 5.00

Who should attend

Veterinarians, Veterinary Students, New-Graduates

Learning outcome

This webinar will discuss endemic and exotic wildlife diseases of importance to Australia. You will learn about Australia’s exotic disease preparedness program including the Exotic Wildlife Disease priority list. Endemic wildlife diseases of importance will be discussed together with exploring the possibility that a future exotic disease outbreak may be a disease not on the priority list. The webinar will provide an overview of Australia's wildlife health system including a discussion of the roles and activities of Wildlife Health Australia.


Dr Andrea Reiss

Exotic and endemic wildlife diseases of importance to Australia - Dr Andrea Reiss

Start: 20 October 2020, 9:00PM
End: 20 October 2020, 10:00PM
(NSW time)
$ 60.00
Registration closes on 20 October 2020
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