Wildlife Nursing

£15.00

Description

Course Summary

This 45 minute eCPD tutorial discusses nursing injured wildlife in practice.  We are often brought wildlife patients that require first aid treatment. This tutorial will provide some guidance on how we can help these patients and make their time in the vet practice as short and as stress-free as possible. I’ll be looking at basic first aid and triage for a variety of wildlife species, common presentations and any initial treatment that can be provided to aid their recovery. Both avian and mammal species are covered in this tutorial.

 

Course Tutor

Stacey Vickery CGVNES, RVN

 

Attendance Certificate

This tutorial is worth 45 minutes of CPD.

 

Course Notes

Course notes to accompany this tutorial written by Stacey Vickery are included.

 

Course notes to accompany this tutorial, written by Stacey Vickery, are included to download or print.  Course notes will be available in your ‘My Courses’ section for 7 days following purchase of this eCPD tutorial.

 

Upon purchase, the tutorial will be immediately available to view from ‘My Courses’ (along with your course notes, if available).  The tutorial will be available to view for 7 days, and will be automatically deleted after this time. Please ensure you have watched the tutorial and printed the course notes before your course expires.

If you make any personal notes during the tutorial using ‘take notes’, these will be saved, along with your certificate and CPD record for permanent access in ‘My Courses’.

 

 

This eCPD tutorial is worth 45 minutes of CPD.

A certificate will be available from the ‘My Courses’ section, for you to download and print, once you have completed the tutorial.  A permanent record of your total CPD hours will also be recorded in your account section.

 

 

Stacey Vickery

CGVNES, RVN

EXOTICS NURSE, GREAT WESTERN EXOTICS

Stacey qualified in 2012 as a veterinary nurse through Abbeydale College and then proceeded to study for her City and Guilds in Exotic Veterinary Nursing and passed in 2013.  Stacey has worked solely with exotic patients since 2014 at Great Western Exotics (Vets Now) in Swindon. In 2016 Stacey passed a Diploma in Parrot Studies and Behaviour. Her specific interests within exotic medicine include practical nursing, behaviour and nutrition.