This is the second online Mini Series I have done, and I have found both so convenient and flexible as they allow me to work around my small children.
I enjoyed it and enjoyed being able to do at my own pace. It’s much easier to do the webinars when I have quiet time at home or in practice.
Introduction to Wildlife Medicine – ethical and legal considerations, first aid and emergency care, triage and treatment
Veterinary care of mammal casualties and commonly encountered conditions
Veterinary care of avian casualties and commonly encountered conditions
Dr Keeble graduated from Bristol University in 1994, working in mixed veterinary practice, wildlife rehabilitation and exotic pet practice before joining Edinburgh University, Dick Vet Rabbit and Exotic Animal Practice in 1999. She was also Veterinary surgeon for the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland’s Edinburgh Zoo for 10 years. She gained her RCVS Diploma in Zoological Medicine in 2006 and RCVS Specialist status in 2007. She is currently Senior lecturer and Clinician in rabbit, exotic animal and wildlife medicine and surgery at Edinburgh University with a high clinical teaching caseload of pet exotic species, both first opinion and referral cases.
She oversees the student led Wildlife Emergency Clinic based at the Hospital for Small Animals, University of Edinburgh.
She lectures nationally and internationally on exotic pet, zoo and wildlife medicine. She has published widely in veterinary books on exotic pets and wildlife medicine and has edited books on rabbit, ferret and rodent medicine and surgery and wildlife casualties.
The content of the Mini Series will help me very much in my work in practice. It will give me confidence to approach cases in a logical way and reach a working diagnosis and treatment plan, whilst recognising where specialist advice and referral is appropriate.
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