COVID-19 Restrictions for NSW 18 July 2021
Greater Sydney restrictions now apply until 11.59 pm Friday 30 July and are available from the NSW Government website COVID-19 rules.
Importantly, people employed to provide veterinary services are considered to be authorised workers.
Authorised workers who live in or are staying in the Fairfield local government area and work outside this area must have a COVID-19 test every 3 days. You must show proof of tests when asked by your manager at work or a police officer.
Research: Occupational experiences of loss 02 July 2021
How occupational experiences of loss impact upon the professional and personal lives of veterinarians
My name is Sally Grimson and I am undertaking a research project as part of the Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) Honours degree at Charles Sturt University, under the supervision of Dr Rachel Hogg.
You are invited to participate in a research study investigating how occupational death impacts on the professional and personal lives of veterinarians. Participation is open to practicing veterinarians (employed either part-time or full-time) in Australia.
Veterinary triage tools and their frequency of use 25 June 2021
Veterinary emergency and critical care (ECC) is a rapidly expanding field in veterinary medicine.
However, despite the myriad of ways to triage patients in emergency situations, reports on usage frequency of these triage tools are minimal to none.
Our study aims to focus on describing the usage of 2 types of triage tools: shock index and point of care ultrasound, then comparing the usage by general practitioners and veterinarians with advanced ECC training.
At the end, we also hope to...
NSW DPI: New Veterinary Permits 24 May 2021
Information from NSW Department of Primary Industries Farm Chemicals Team
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