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Abdominal Ultrasound Brisbane August 2023

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August 19th-20th, 2023

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Brisbane Airport Conference Centre

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CPD value: NSW: 26 points
Other states: 16.5 points
VetEd: 26 points

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This weekend workshop offers a finely-tuned introduction to abdominal ultrasound with step-by-step guidance and the most valuable experience of all: hands-on time to develop your scanning technique. Using high-quality machines, you’ll progress through the each organ in a lecture-practical format. Discuss the theory, then move immediately into a practical tutorial while it’s fresh in your mind. Bonus points for adrenals! This course is suitable for mixed and small-animal veterinarians, at general practice or intern level. Join the Waitlist for priority access to presale tickets.

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For registered veterinarians only

Ultrasonography in clinical practice

  • Techniques for diagnostic quality images
  • Keeping the target area in focus
  • Differentiating between normal & abnormal echogenicities
  • Ultrasound-guided FNAs

Your practical skills take priority

A VetPrac workshop will always put practical skills first. Participants at our abdominal ultrasound workshop scan a variety of dogs under the guidance of specialists in veterinary imaging and internal medicine. We share the techniques to capture clear and diagnostic ultrasound images, then it’s over to you.

  • Learn while you scan

  • Notes & meals included

  • Specialist education team

  • Quality ultrasound machines

  • Option to purchase

  • Friendly & social

ABDOMINAL ULTRASOUND FOR VETERINARIANS

Features
  • High-quality ultrasound machines provided with option to purchase
  • Systematic approach to abdominal ultrasound
  • Stepwise lecture-practical format
  • Three specialists onsite for the whole course
Practical sessions which relate directly to clinical practice
  • Bladder & kidneys
  • Adrenal glands
  • Pancreas & lymph nodes
  • Liver and biliary tract
  • Small & large intestines
  • Spleen
  • Reproductive tract (where possible)
  • Ultrasound-guided FNA collection

A VETPRAC COURSE OFFERS TANGIBLE RETURNS

INVEST

One weekend workshop plus a $3,350 CPD investment

LEARN

Systematic abdominal ultrasound & ultrasound-guided FNA techniques

RETURN

Enhance your clinical & diagnostic skills, new services for clients

Theory & practical sessions

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Your Educators

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Dr Annie

Dr Annie Rose

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Qualifications: BVSc(Hons) BVetBiol MVS MVSc GradCert(ClinEd) FANZCVS(Radiology)

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Specialisation: Veterinary Radiologist

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Annie has worked within the field of radiology for many years, both here in Australia and overseas, and has worked in teaching positions for over a decade. After completing her Masters degree and residency program at the University of Melbourne, Annie has now returned to Queensland to work in private referral practice as a Diagnostic Imaging specialist. Annie has developed a strong interest in clinical teaching and has been teaching abdominal ultrasound for over a 15 years to practitioners.

Dr Jane Day

Dr Jane Day

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Qualifications: BVSc MVS FANZCVS (Radiology) Specialist

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Specialisation: Veterinary Radiologist

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Jane works in a private referral practice in Perth and also does teleradiology, which includes reporting on ultrasound studies submitted by practitioners. Jane began doing echocardiography and abdominal ultrasound while in general practice and understands the joys and frustrations of scanning in this environment, and how to best advance these skills. She has extensive experience in ultrasound teaching, and has taught ultrasound workshops for over 13 years.

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Dr Ann Thompson

Dr Ann Thompson

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Qualifications: BVSc MACVSc MS DIP ACVIM(SAIM)

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Specialisation: Small Animal Internal Medicine

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Ann loves teaching and in 2013 led the small animal medicine referral service at UQ, completed a teaching qualification and taught both veterinary technology and veterinary science students. Ann’s current areas of clinical interest are endocrinology, urinary tract disease, non-invasive diagnostic imaging, and continuing professional development through veterinary education.

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Dr Luke Johnston

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Qualifications: BVSc (Hons) MANZCVS (SAIM), FANZCVS (SAIM)

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Specialisation: Registered Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine

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Luke is a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists, making him a registered specialist in small animal internal medicine. He is president of the small animal internal medicine chapter at the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists, and an examiner for future specialists. Luke’s primary interests include immune-mediated and gastrointestinal disease.

Participant feedback:

The ultrasound workshop was really practical and applicable to general practice. It was great that we were able to use volunteer dogs and they were so well managed and cared for. I loved that we were able to practice each organ after we learnt the best techniques to optimise our scanning. Great workshop!

Dr Felicia Hergert, BSc DVM

Veterinarian, Hamilton Street Veterinary Clinic

Fabulous course. Very engaging and so helpful in gaining confidence and skills in ultrasound.

Dr Kara Frost, BVet Biol/BVSc

Veterinarian, McIvor Road Veterinary Centre

Great opportunity to fine tune skills with easy to remember road maps for organ location and assessment. Well worth the time!

Dr Shayne Ault, BVet Biol/BVSc

McIvor Road Veterinary Centre

Amazing! I feel alot more confident to be able perform ultrasound competently and diagnostically.  Practical-based so you are able to put the lecture theory into practice in a learning environment.

Dr Simone Treloar, BVSc

Associate Veterinarian, Riverland Veterinary Practice

SORRY, THIS COURSE IS FULL

 

Consider joining our waitlist to be notified when spots become available!

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Your Questions Answered

Are group discounts available?

Absolutely! Work together, learn together, we say. If 3 or more participants register from the same clinic under the same booking, you’ll receive a 5% discount at checkout when you book on our website.

Will I get CPD points and a CPD certificate?

Of course! Each participant will receive a CPD certificate via email. We do this after you’ve provided feedback and the workshop is complete.

What kind of learning materials are included?

Generally, you can choose printed course notes, a digital copy on USB, or both. Everyone gets a printed copy of the procedure guide.

What happens if I pay and then later can’t attend?
  • Transferring or changing registration from one workshop to another will incur a $50 administration fee.
  • Cancellations made up to 45 days prior to the commencement date of the Training Course will incur an administrative fee of 50% of the Fee.
  •  Cancellations made up to 7 days prior to the commencement date of the Training Course are not refundable.

Can I pay in instalments, or do you offer payment plans?

Yes! At VetPrac we are pleased to offer payment plans for our online courses and workshops. We want to make it manageable for you to invest in your professional development.

For more information regarding our payment plans, please do not hesitate to contact Ros at [email protected].

What happens if the workshop is cancelled?

If VetPrac cancels any workshops, we will refund your course fees in full. However, VetPrac will not be responsible for any travel, accommodation or any other expenses incurred by you.

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