The Wildlife Casualty - what do I do? - held via Zoom
Date: POSTPONED PLEASE NOTE NEW DATE Wednesday 24th February 2021 7.45pm
Talk by Liz Mullineaux BVM&S, DVM&S, CertSHP, MRCVS. Liz worked in mixed practice, overseas and in the UK, before settling in Somerset as a director of a small animal veterinary hospital for 17 years. Having developed an interesting in British wildlife, in 2011 she completed a clinical doctorate investigating the factors influencing badger rehabilitation and release. She now works as Scientific Advisor to Secret World Wildlife Rescue (a wildlife charity specializing in badger rehabilitation), alongside small animal emergency medicine and academic part-time roles. Her main interest is the appropriate clinical care of British wildlife casualties. she am co-editor of the BSAVA Manual of Wildlife Casualties and author of several other publications on wildlife medicine.
Talk covering triaging casualty animals to decide what is fit to go back to the wild, what should be euthanased and provision of first aid to satisfy the RVCS codes and other legislation. Suitable for both vets and nurses.
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