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The good, the bad, and the ugly | NT Division 2021 Annual Meeting5 CPD Points
Nobody told us as veterinary students that the cases you would be presented with, would rarely be textbook cases. Instead, you have to take into account the environment, other diseases, variants of the disease and genetics to name a few of the variables. There is no better way of learning than through experience. This meeting on March 14 will bring together collective experiences of Northern Territory practices in a joint learning experience. There will also be specialists dialling in from Queensland. Don’t miss the opportunity to share experiences, learn lots and have that wonderful veterinary collegiate support that the veterinary profession is famous for.
11 Jan 2021 to 14 Mar 2021
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Philip graduated from Massey University in 1992, and spent 7 years in small animal practice in New Zealand, before undertaking a residency in Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care at the University of Melbourne. Following his residency, Philip worked at the Animal Emergency Centre in Melbourne – firstly as an associate, and then as principle senior veterinarian manager – for 5 years, before undertaking a surgery externship for 12 months at a specialist surgical referral centre.
In 2007, Philip and his wife, Charisma, started Vet Education Pty Ltd, a business dedicated to providing world-class online education for the veterinary profession. Vet Education has grown since inception to become one of the world’s leading online veterinary continuing education companies, providing online courses, webinars and online conferences to over 4,500 veterinary professionals from across the globe each year.
Since 2008, Philip has been Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care at James Cook University, where he established a comprehensive curriculum in veterinary emergency and critical care, and created the small animal surgery training program. Philip has spoken at numerous international congresses in Australia, New Zealand and Asia, has first-authored journal articles in refereed journals, and is a reviewer in Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care for a number of veterinary journals. Philip is also an examiner for the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care.
Philips clinical interests are varied and many, and include toxicology and envenomation, sepsis, ventilation therapy, and emergency surgery.
Dr Gerardo Poli
Gerardo completed his Bachelor of Veterinary Science at the University of Queensland in 2008. He graduated with first class honors and was awarded valedictorian of his year. After graduation he spent almost 3 years in a busy bay side small animal practice. In 2010 he changed direction and started working with Animal Emergency Service in Underwood where he is now a senior veterinarian.
He achieved Membership with the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in the field of Emergency and Critical Care in 2012 and is currently the head examiner for future Membership candidates. In 2014 he completed his Masters of Veterinary Studies in Small Animal Practice through Murdoch University which focuses on the more advanced aspects of small animal medicine.
Dr Poli has a strong interest in the stabilisation and management of critically ill patients, small animal ultrasound and radiology and emergency surgery. He is currently the coordinator of the internship program and the continuing education program for the emergency clinicians at three Animal Emergency Service practices.
The good, the bad, and the ugly | NT Division 2021 Annual Meeting
Rydges Palmerston Darwin
15 Maluka Drive
Palmerston Darwin 0831 NT
Start: 14 March 2021, 8:00AM
End: 14 March 2021, 4:00PM
Registration closes on 11 March 2021
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