Margie McEwen
Dr Margie McEwen

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Qualifications: BVSc DACVAA MANZCVS

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Specialisation: Board certified Anaesthesiology

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After graduating from the University of Sydney, Margie worked in general practice for 8years; 4 years of which were as an associate at Scone Veterinary Hospital (NSW). While working at Scone and performing equine and small anaesthesia on a routine basis Margie became fascinated with veterinary anaesthesia. In 1997 she was awarded membership of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists, and in 2000 completed an anaesthesia residency at Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine,Ithaca, New York. Margie became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia in 2002. Margie worked at Washington State University (WSU) College of Veterinary Medicine, as an Assistant Professor for six years and this is where her passion for teaching and learning, and her interest in communication developed. She then went to work as a clinical anaesthesiologist at Tufts University, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, in Massachusetts for 3 years. In 2010 Margie moved back to Australia and worked for the University of Adelaide as a Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Anaesthesia where she expanded her knowledge and experience in teaching and learning. In 2014 Margie lived in Darwin with her family and worked in a general practice and also locumed for the UQ Vets, Gatton Campus, in the Anaesthesia Section. After spending the last five years working as the section head of the UQ Vets, Gatton Campus Anaesthetist section and lecturing in both the veterinary science and veterinary technology streams, Margie saw a change on the horizon. In December of 2019, she made a change into post graduate education for the veterinary field and became the new director of VetPrac. Margie’s interests are in pain management, anaesthesia, teaching and learning, and communication.

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Haworth, M.McEwen, M.Dixon, B. and Purcell, S. L. (2019)Anaphylaxis associated with intravenous administration of alphaxalone in a dogAustralian Veterinary Journal97 6197201. doi:10.1111/avj.12824
Nelson, O. LynneMcEwen, Margaret-MaryRobbins, Charles T.Felicetti, Laura and Christensen, William F. (2003)Evaluation of cardiac function in active and hibernating grizzly bearsJournal of the American Veterinary Medical Association223 811705. doi:10.2460/javma.2003.223.1170
McEwen, M. M.Gleed, R. D.Ludders, J. W.Stokol, T.Del Piero, F. and Erb, H. N. (2000)Hepatic effects of halothane and isoflurane anesthesia in goatsJournal of the American Veterinary Medical Association217 111697700.

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