Avian and Reptile Basic Endoscopy Workshop
Are you seeing birds and reptiles in your practice? Are you using endoscopy as one of your diagnostic tools? The anatomy of birds and reptiles lends itself to the use of endoscopy:
· Sex identification, Visualisation of the respiratory tract and internal organs, Biopsy of internal organs
Once you start using endoscopy you will continue to find new uses for it such as endosurgery and client education. Throughout this workshop, you will be introduced to the basics of endoscopy in birds and reptiles – from the selection and care of instrumentation to improving your technical knowledge and expertise.
The two-day workshop will involve a mix of tutorials and hands-on practicals at the UQ VETS Small Animal Hospital, University of Queensland Gatton Campus
Cost: Early Bird Rate: $650 (inc. GST) The rate will rise to $750 from 1st April. This will cover all seminar and workshop sessions, workshop notes, morning tea and lunch on both days
CPD Value: 15 Points
Please indicate on the registration from if you are interested in joining us for an optional BBQ dinner following the final session on the Saturday night. Numbers will determine whether we proceed with the BBQ. Further details, including the cost, will be provided closer to the date.
Mark your calendars today and we look forward to seeing you at all our events in 2016! If you would like further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org