Animal Forensics: Non-accidental Injury TimeOnline with Jason Byrd & Susan Underkoffler | Course - Postgraduate
6 July-30 August 2020 | Online
This course will serve as an introduction to non-accidental injury investigation and documentation.The purpose of the course is to give the student an overview of typical signs and symptoms of injuries sustained deliberately, either through abuse or neglect. Veterinary nurses/technicians with a special interest in the topic are welcome to enrol in this course. Please be aware that the course is designed for qualified veterinarians and you should consider this in light of your knowledge and experience before you register. Please note: The estimated time to complete this course is 15–20 hours, therefore the course will be open for 8 weeks. This course is the second in the three-part animal forensics series. Part 1 and 3 will also be delivered in 2020.
"A wonderful course. I will be able to apply it to everyday practice and particular cases that I may come across. The course covered a large range of topics. Very interesting." Tiffany Fitzpatrick, Oberon and Hartley Veterinary and Animal Centre "A great insight into the procedures and requirements involved in forensic investigations." Murray Mackenzie, Bell Block Veterinary Clinic, NZ "The tutors were very clear with the material they presented and explained things well." Karen Crouch. Dept of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment, Tasmania
Course - Postgraduate
RACE APPROVED CE
- Companion animals
This event will take place in Veterinary Science Conference Centre, Sydney, 2006, NSW, AU