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Veterinary Nurse CPD 2019

Murdoch University’s Centre for Advanced Veterinary Education (CAVE) invites veterinary nurses to join us for our Vet Nurse CPD Series in 2019.

CAVE is committed to providing Veterinary Nurse CPD opportunities that support you in growing your confidence and competence in delivering best practice nursing care for all your patients.

The Veterinary Nurse CPD Evening Lecture Series run on a Wednesday evening at Murdoch University, Perth Western Australia.  7:00pm Registration and networking for 7:30pm start.  Light refreshments are provided.

The National Industry Advisory Group for Veterinary Nurses has allocated 1 point per hour CPD point to this continuing education activity

Vet Nurse CPD Evening Seminars delivered in 2019

Date Topic Presenter

27th February

Recording Available

Problem solving in Practice - Understanding and managing anaesthetic complications 1: Cardiovascular

Early identification and a good understanding of the physiological and pharmacological causes of anaesthetic complications significantly aids troubleshooting. This session will review monitoring techniques, causes, and management of commonly encountered cardiovascular complications during anaesthesia of cats and dogs, enabling nurses to more easily identify and fix problems.

Dr Jen Davis

20th March

Recording Available

Problem solving in Practice - Understanding and managing anaesthetic complications 2: Respiratory

Early identification and a good understanding of the physiological and pharmacological causes of anaesthetic complications significantly aids troubleshooting. This session will review monitoring techniques, causes, and management of commonly encountered respiratory complications during anaesthesia of cats and dogs, enabling nurses to more easily identify and fix problems.

Dr Jen Davis

30th October

Recording Available

Saving Lives with Acid-Base Analysis

The words “acid-base analysis” can send people running and screaming. Not anymore! This session will demystify this important area using real patient examples, demonstrating how these numbers help us make life-saving treatment decisions.

Dr Corrin Boyd

These evening presentations cover a variety of topics and aimed to provide participants with opportunity to advance current knowledge through practical and up-to-date approaches as well as tips and solutions for veterinary nursing. 

Attendees receive a printed copy of the presentation lecture slides and/or presenter notes, for which registration is aligned
Attendees receive a printed certificate of attendance upon registration for the evening

If you have any further enquiries please do not hesitate to contact CAVE on +61 9360 6342 or CAVE@murdoch.edu.au