Tasmanian Division | Neurology and the GP seminar | Dr Sam Long 2 CPD Points


This session will cover a little bit of everything – a very quick review of the neurological examination and neurolocalisation, and then some case-based discussion of how to work up and treat neurological disease.

Price levels

14 Jul 2022 to 26 Aug 2022
Associate $ 0.00
Full Member $ 0.00
New Graduate $ 0.00
Non-Member $ 55.00
Student $ 0.00

Who should attend

Veterinarians, New Graduates, Students

Learning outcome

By the end of the session the GP should have a solid grasp on localising lesions within the nervous system, and what tests to apply to get a useful diagnosis and treatment plan. 

Further details


6.30pm Registration and Meal (Meals to be purchased at own expense)

7.30pm Neurology presentation

9.30pm Close


Dr Sam Long
Sam graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1996 and spent a brief stint in practice before returning to his alma mater to complete an internship. Sam Long undertook his residency in neurology at the University of Glasgow, followed by a PhD in canine oncology. He then moved to the University of Pennsylvania as an Assistant Professor in the neurology department at the Pennsylvania's Vet school. In 2008 he returned to his hometown of Melbourne to start a neurology service at Melbourne University before moving into private practice in 2017. Since 2020 he has been head of the neurology service at the Veterinary Referral Hospital, and continues to pursue his research interests in the field of canine brain tumours.” Sam is a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Neurology.

Tasmanian Division | Neurology and the GP seminar | Dr Sam Long

New Sydney Hotel
87 Bathurst Street
Hobart 7000 TAS
Start: 26 August 2022, 7:30PM
End: 26 August 2022, 9:30PM
$ 55.00
Registration closes on 24 August 2022
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