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Tricks and Traps in Cytology, Haematology and Faecal Examination of Avian and Exotic Animal Species1 CPD Points
An overview of practical tips to help master the art of preparing and interpreting diagnostic samples in exotic animal practice.
14 May 2020 to 27 May 2020
Unusual Pet & Avian - Associate
Unusual Pet & Avian - Full Member
Unusual Pet & Avian - New Graduate
Unusual Pet & Avian - Student
Who should attend
Practice Managers / Veterinarians / Students
Dr Christina Cheng
Chris Cheng is a zoo and wildlife veterinarian, based at Zoos Victoria. After graduating in 2010, and a few years in private practice, she completed a residency in zoo animal medicine and surgery (clinical and research) at Melbourne Zoo. She has also achieved ANZCVS memberships in Zoo Animal Medicine, Master of Veterinary Science, and Master of Marine and Antarctic Science degrees. Over the years, she has developed a wide range of tricks to get the most out of clinical microscopy. She is eager to share some of her top tips, and spread her excitement about blood, cells, parasites and faeces!
This webinar is free for all UPAV members.
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Tricks and Traps in Cytology, Haematology and Faecal Examination of Avian and Exotic Animal Species
Start: 27 May 2020, 8:00PM
End: 27 May 2020, 9:00PM
Registration closes on 27 May 2020
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