Practice Protocols for Peak Performance:
Why protocols are important and how to implement them?
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Dr Adam Heeley
Adam graduated in 2011 from the inaugural cohort of vet students at The University of Nottingham, UK. After 3 years in small animal veterinary practice, Adam moved to Australia and performed GP and emergency locum work in a variety of locations including Sydney, Cairns, Launceston and Broken Hill. In 2016 he joined Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health as a Technical Services Veterinarian.
Adam has a keen interest in small animal medicine and continues occasional clinical work for charities in Sydney.
Dr Eve Haupt
Eve graduated from Murdoch University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery. After working in small animal practice in Perth for three years, Eve was offered a role as Territory Manager with Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health in Melbourne. The opportunity to transfer back to the sunny shores of Western Australia came in 2015 and after four years working in animal health sales, Eve moved into the role of Technical Services Veterinarian and looks forward to the new challenges this will bring. Eve’s particular areas of interest include companion animal cardiology and neurology along with promoting mental wellbeing within the veterinary community. Eve is also a budding artist and has been commissioned to draw numerous portraits of her passion – animals.
In this workshop you will learn...
- Parasite control protocols
- Pain management protocols
- Heart murmur protocols
Date: Thursday September 30th
Time: 1pm - 2pm (Melb/Syd)