Heatstroke - Dr Mark Haworth 1 CPD Points

Overview

With summer approaching in Australia heatstroke will be a once again a prevalent feature in our hospitals. Heatstroke can be a challenge to treat and unfortunately has high mortality. This talk will focus on heatstroke in small animals from breed predispositions, pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis.

Price levels

28 Aug 2020 to 11 Nov 2020
Associate $ 75.00
Full Member $ 75.00
New Graduate $ 75.00
Non-Member $ 150.00
Student $ 75.00
Small Animal - Associate $ 0.00
Small Animal - Full Member $ 0.00
Small Animal - New Graduate $ 0.00
Small Animal - Student $ 0.00

Who should attend

Veterinarians, Recent Grads, Students

Further details

This webinar is free for ASAV members.

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Presenter(s)

Dr Mark Haworth
Mark graduated with first class honours in from the University of Queensland. He went on to complete a rotating internship at Queensland Veterinary Specialists. Having a passion for emergency and critical care, he undertook a position at Murdoch University in Perth. He was awarded membership in this field with the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists and commenced a residency in emergency and critical care also at Murdoch University. He became board certified with the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care in 2012. He obtained a Masters in Veterinary Medical Science in 2014. Mark now heads the ECC department at the University of Queensland Veterinary Teaching Hospital to continue his passion for high quality emergency and critical care and teaching.

Sponsors

Heatstroke - Dr Mark Haworth

Start: 11 November 2020, 8:00PM
End: 11 November 2020, 9:00PM
(NSW time)
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