WEBINAR 2 of 4: The Nurses Role in Transfusion Medicine

The following webinar was recorded live for Pet Blood Bank UK on the 29th October 2019 as part of their commitment to their charitable remit to provide the veterinary profession free access to high quality transfusion medicine CPD.

This webinar is the second in a series of 4 that will be made available from September 2019 to April 2020. The next webinar will be available from the 4th December and is titled: Canine Blood Transfusions – selecting the right donor, the right product and when and how to use the products.

On completion of this webinar you will be issued with a certificate and the webinar will contribute 1 hour of CPD.

The password to access the webinar is: PBBWebinar2

Speaker Biography: Charlotte Fennel

Charlotte studied at the Royal Veterinary College in 2011-2015 for the BSc Honours in Veterinary Nursing. Working in busy first opinion hospitals and predominantly current referral hospital Charlotte has spent the last 2 years working as an Internal Medicine Nurse at Southfields Veterinary Specialist.

Charlotte is currently working towards her Vets Now Emergency and Critical Care certificate to support her work in referral and further her knowledge. Charlotte is responsible for assisting with the organisation of blood transfusions at Southfields including maintaining stock, patient transfusion monitoring and assisting other staff with these procedures.

 

For more information on training please contact cpd@petbloodbankuk.org

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