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Equine Dentistry

SCHEDULE
DAY 1
8:00 8:15  Registration 8:30 9:30  Anatomy, development, Aging Nomenclature and Dental Charts 9:30 10:30  Practical on Charting, Anatomy and Aging 10:30 11:00 Morning Tea 11:00 12:00  Common Pathology 12:00 13:00  Periodontal diseaes and Geriatric dentistry 13:00 13:45 Lunch 14:00 14:30  Economics 14:30 15:00 Instrumentation 15:00 15:45  Practical: Pathology and Dental Charts Cont 15:45 16:15 Afternoon Tea 16:15 17:30 Performance Floats 19:00  Dinner at The Restaurant 8:00 9:00  Radiology and Radiography 9:00 10:00  Practical: Pathology, Dental Charts and Radiology Practice 10:00 10:45  Practical: Safe Power Tool Use 10:45 11:15  Morning Tea 11:15 11:45  Sedation, Analgesia, and regional/local anaesthesia 12:00 13:00 Extractions 13:00 13:45 Lunch 14:00 15:00  Practical: Local Nerve Blocks, Diastemas, Extractions, and Radiology 15:00 15:20  Afternoon Tea 15:30 16:30  Practical: Local Nerve Blocks, Diastemas, Extractions, and Radiology 16:30 17:30  Radiology Interpretation 19:00 Dinner at the Pub 20:30 16:30  Practical: Live cases at the University  Working on patients with the support of the education team, in a clinical relaxed, environment.

DAY 2

DAY 3

SKILLS YOU WILL USE IMMEDIATELY


Get a fair-go at developing skills which you will use every day. Learn in the company of specialists and experts and make new friends while strengthening your own abilities to succeed in the workplace. By working on your talents you will nd a new avenue for gratifying veterinary practice as well as an avenue for extra income. Equine Dentistry is fundamental to good horse health and specic training can build condence to do it better. This is an intimate class with a very high tutor to attendee ration. Book Now!

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THREE FULL DAYS MEALS INCLUDED INTIMATE LEARNING GROUP

12 HRS OF PRACTICAL WORK 33.5 CPD POINTS TIPS AND TRICKS

CPD VALUE
33.5 points

LOCATION
University of Queensland Gatton Campus, Clinical Studies Centre Gatton is the location of the new UQ veterinary clinical teaching facilities. This campus is a beautiful facility, in Queenslands idyllic Lockyer Valley. Accommodation is available on campus Gatton is located 1 hour outside of Brisbane and is accessible by car and bus.

SPEAKER
Dr Rachel Stone BVSc Dr Jamie Wearn BVSc DACVS

DATE
6 8th February 2014

COURSE FEE (3 DAYS)


$2600 (incl GST) before January 10th 2014 $3200 (incl GST) after January 10th 2014 (Includes Dinner on Friday & Saturday nights) AVA Member Benets Apply*

CONTACT ILANA FOR FURTHER DETAILS


info@vetprac.com 0414 581 600
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PRESENTERS
Speaker

DR RACHEL STONE
BVSc [Massey]; Cert. Equine Stud Medicine [RCVSc]; MANZCVSc Eq Dent

Rachel is a private practitioner with over 25yrs experience in the industry. Her practical humble approach to veterinary science has earned her the reputation of being one of the most sensible and likable vets in the profession internally and with clients. Dr Stone teaches dentistry to the Murdoch University Students and spends most of her clinical time on Equine dentistry. She has worked in equine medicine in New Zealand, UK, Malaysia and Australia. Rachel has been an active member of the Australian Veterinary Association nationally and regionally. Dr Stone is also a member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Equine Dentistry. A recent attendee said One of the best things about learning with Rachel is you really can see how dentistry can be a very rewarding part of clinical practice. On rare days off, Rachel enjoys scuba diving and pleasure riding.

DR JAMIE WEARN
BVSc GradDipVetClinStud MS Diplomate ACVIM

Jamie is completely dedicated to the best education and practice for equine veterinary surgeons. Graduating in 2003 from the University of Sydney, he continued as an intern to build a foundation for excellent equine practice. Dr Wearn moved to the USA and attended the Hagyard Equine Medicine institute to complete his fellowship. A residency at Virginia followed in 2007 and Dr Wearn achieved his diploma of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 2010 becoming a DACVS in that same year. Jamie also has a masters from Virginia Polytechnic and many journal articles published. He has worked in Australia, the USA and England in private clinical practice as well as on a multinational thoroughbred stud. Jamies exposure to the variety of clients in the industry as well as his exceptional training background gives him the insight every practitioner needs to manage cases in the clinical setting, which he is happy to share and teach on. Jamie is also married to an equine veterinary surgeon and currently offers a referral service on the gold coast of QLD.

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