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Emergency Animal and Zoonotic Disease seminar

27/11/2018 (9:00am - 4:30pm)

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Organisation:
NSW Department of Primary Industries
Venue:
Campbelltown Catholic Club
Address:
20/22 Camden Rd, Campbelltown NSW 2560
Contact person:
Claire Harrison
Phone:
02 6391 3490
Email:
claire.harrison@dpi.nsw.gov.au
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Emergency Animal and Zoonotic Disease seminar for veterinarians and para-veterinary staff in clinical practice

 

NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI), in conjunction with Local Land Services (LLS) and the Highlands branch of the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA), is presenting a seminar for veterinarians and para-veterinary staff in clinical practice, including small, mixed or large animals, in NSW.

Veterinarians will be entitled to 6 structured CPE points.

There is no charge for vets / para-veterinary staff in clinical practice or vet science students. Non-clinical vets are required to contact Claire Harrison on the below details to register. 

Veterinarians may be asked to diagnose or advise on conditions with significant potential economic, social and/or human health implications. This seminar brings together speakers from state and commonwealth governments, academia and NGOs to enable you to be better informed in these areas. The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources has provided funding for the seminar.

Agenda items may include:

  • Submitting samples to the laboratory
  • Hendra virus investigation
  • Antimicrobial resistance
  • Prion diseases and the TSE program
  • Poultry emergency animal diseases
  • Q-fever
  • Australian Bat Lyssavirus and wildlife investigations
  • Zoonoses from the human health perspective

A finalised agenda will be circulated closer to the event.

Please complete registration by Sunday 18th November 2018. 

For more information, contact Claire Harrison on 02 6391 3490 or claire.harrison@dpi.nsw.gov.au

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