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Basic examination of the dog and cat (veterinary nurse)

Basic examination of the dog and cat (veterinary nurse)

Basic examination of the dog and cat (veterinary nurse)

Carole Harvey Stevenson VN, VTS (ECC), Dip. ECC, Cert IV AWT
Carole Harvey Stevenson VN, VTS (ECC), Dip. ECC, Cert IV AWT
on behalf of Provet

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Launch date: 08 May 2015

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Last updated: 05 Oct 2017

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Basic examination of the dog and cat (veterinary nurse)
Exam is embedded in the course
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Latest User Comments

Mrs Amanda Barnes CVT (20 Apr 2017)
Great Ce but terminology is important.
Miss Lisa Hamilton BVT (6 Dec 2016)
Good refresher

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Course Availability

This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

Performing a patient examination is a vital part of everyday veterinary nursing. This course provides a comprehensive guide for the veterinary nurse / technician on the ‘how and why’ of this important procedure. Whether performing triage, in-patient or pre-consultation examinations; whether new to the industry or an experienced nurse, this course will teach or renew your patient examination skills.
The course includes an eighteen minute video demonstrating and discussing patient examination and a 28-page illustrated set of Course Notes.

Objectives

Objectives
At the completion of this course you will have basic understanding of the veterinary nurse / technician examination techniques for dog and cat patients.
Carole Harvey Stevenson VN, VTS (ECC), Dip. ECC, Cert IV AWT

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Carole Harvey Stevenson VN, VTS (ECC), Dip. ECC, Cert IV AWT
on behalf of Provet

Carole Harvey-Stevenson has worked in veterinary nurse training since 2001 in developing on-line course materials, presenting workshops and webinars, in-practice training and lecturing on a variety of in-depth topics throughout Australia and internationally. Carole has her UK nursing qualification as well as an Australian Diploma in Emergency and Critical Care. Her greatest achievement was obtaining the Veterinary Technician Specialist qualification in Emergency and Critical Care from the United States (the first person in Australia).

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Mrs Amanda Barnes CVT (20 Apr 2017)
Great Ce but terminology is important.
Miss Lisa Hamilton BVT (6 Dec 2016)
Good refresher

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