5 August 2022 09:00 - 5 August 2022 10:00
Learn Online: Clinical Pathology for practice
Online , Online, Gloucester Gloucestershire, GL2 2AB
Learn Online: Clinical pathology for practice
Start Date: Friday 5th August 2022
Tutor: Tim Williams
Fees: BSAVA Member £130; Non Member £195
This course is aimed mainly at vets but is also suitable for nurses. The emphasis is on encouraging delegates to get the most out of their in-house kit whilst being aware of limitations.
Online activities (including quizzes and case studies) will support your learning and discussions on the online forum will be encouraged. We also provide additional resources to complement the course - the ‘BSAVA Bonus Bits’. These will include congress podcast recordings, JSAP and companion articles as well as a free chapter from the relevant BSAVA Manual (as well as a discount voucher for purchasing the whole book).
The first weekly unit will be released on the First Friday of the month, with the next weekly units being released on the following two Fridays. The discussion forum is open for the first four weeks of the course and the course content will remain available for a total of 12 weeks. You can complete the work how and when you choose over these 12 weeks.
Week 1: Microscope set up and in-house cytology of skin masses and ears
Week 2: In house haematology
Week 3: In-house body cavity effusion analysis and urinalysis
- Perform a cytology smear examination in a structured manner (including techniques for making and staining the cytology smear) focusing on cytology of skin masses and ear cytology
- Recognise different cytological cell types and cytological criteria of malignancy in order to categorise non-inflammatory skin lesions
- Perform a rapid blood smear examination in a structured manner (including making and staining the blood smear)
- Interpret the most likely causes of important haematological abnormalities (anaemia, leucocytosis, thrombocytopenia)
- Analyse body cavity effusions in-house
- Perform a urine sediment examination and recognise common abnormalities
- Interpret the most likely causes of common urinalysis abnormalities, including causes of error
Tim Williams MA VetMB PhD AFHEA FRCPath DipECVCP MRCVS EBVS
Tim qualified from the University of Cambridge, and following a year working in small animal practice, he undertook a PhD in the Feline Research Group at the Royal Veterinary College, London. He subsequently joined the Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge, first as Senior Clinical Training Scholar (resident) and subsequently Lecturer in Clinical Pathology.
Vets and Vet Nurses in practice
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