Modular course consisting of 4 two-day modules and 5 webinar-sessions.
Emergency cases can be some of the most challenging and rewarding patients to deal with in practice.
The treatment of emergency patients is one of the most challenging areas for both veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses. If the correct treatment is provided and is successful it gives great professional satisfaction and also results in a good quality of life for the patient. This course provides the tools and competence for the veterinarian nurse, ensuring the optimal result and the survival of acute patients. The course takes the participants through all aspects of treatment of the acute patient all the way from reception, planning of triage, stabilisation and monitoring, to the treatment of trauma patients. The course consists of theoretical lessons and practical exercises. The two teachers on this course both work at one of the UK’s biggest emergency centres and their clinical experience and extensive use of cases will provide the participants with knowledge that can directly be applied to their daily work in their own practice.