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Welcome to our second Webinar
'Hedgehogs - a practical approach to common presentations '
to be held on the 10th Aug 2020

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Fee €15

 

  Guest Speaker   Dr Vicki Baldrey - BSc(Hons) BVSc DZooMed(Avian) MRCVS RCVS Recognised Specialist in Zoo and Wildlife Medicine.
  Description   WRI invites you learn more about the veterinary care of hedgehogs by attending an expert led online Q&A webinar with Vicki Baldrey.
Vicki will be online to answer any of your wildlife questions relating to the article 'Hedgehogs – a practical approach to common presentations', by Aoife Hand MVB, published in July's edition of the Veterinary Ireland Journal.
  Audience   Recommended for vets, vet nurses and wildlife rehabilitators
  Prerequisites   Please read Aoife's article in the Veterinary Ireland Journal Hedgehogs a practical approach to common presentations
  Accreditation   1 CVE Credit from the Veterinary Council of Ireland (TBC)
  Certification   Certificate of Attendance provided by WRI
  Where   Online - NB This event will be recorded
  When   7:30pm - 8:30pm, 10th Aug 2020
  Registration   Zoom link will be sent once payment is received
  Questions   Questions relating to the article can be submitted in advance if you wish to wri.dand@gmail.com

Guest Speaker

  We are delighted to 'virtually' welcome Vicki as our Guest Speaker
  Vicki   Vicki Baldrey BSc(Hons) BVSc DZooMed(Avian) MRCVS RCVS Recognised Specialist in Zoo and Wildlife Medicine.
Vicki qualified from Liverpool Vet School in 2005 and has since worked in first opinion and referral exotics practices in the UK and overseas. She obtained the RCVS Diploma in Zoological Medicine in 2014 and became an RCVS Recognised Specialist in Zoo and Wildlife Medicine in 2016.

Vicki joined the RVC Exotics team in 2016 as a part time Exotics clinician at the Beaumont Sainsbury Animal Hospital in Camden. Vicki spends the rest of her time based in Nantwich, Cheshire, working with exotic pet and wildlife species.


FAQ's

 

Q - How often do you run these webinars?
A - Hopefully 3-4 times a year. We will announce dates in our e-newsletter as and when they are confirmed.

Q - Why do you charge a fee?
A - Though we would love to offer all our events for free, as a charity we rely on fees from our events to sustain our organisation and support rehabilitators and the animals they care for.

 

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