The Ophthalmic Patient
Neil Geddes graduated from Edinburgh in 1987 and spent three years working in mixed practice in Cumbria. After a year spent working in Australia he returned to the UK and joined St Clair Veterinary Group in 1991, becoming a partner in 1993.
Neil gained his Royal College Certificate in Veterinary Ophthalmology in 1996 and has specialised in this field ever since.
The Ophthalmic patient requires extra delicate handling and care. T his bite-size course will guide veterinary nurses through the basics of ophthalmic nursing care.
Covering some of the more commonly seen conditions in practice along with a few specialised case studies, this course aims to equip you with a greater understanding of these patients.
Delegates will consider; * Nursing and treating patients with eye problems
* Common eye conditions
* Handling of ophthalmic patients
* Medication - what, when and how?
This course is designed to improve your general knowledge and increase confidence in dealing with the ophthalmic patient. Both trainee and qualified veterinary nurses will benefit from this bite-size evening course.
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