Tips and tricks for managing problematic adrenal glands

 Wednesday 14 August 2024    

 Nibbles and drinks from 6.30pm | Talk commences at 7pm

 New Plymouth Vet Group, 235 Devon Street East, New Plymouth

Description

Endocrinopathies associated with the adrenal glands can present in many different ways in companion animals. This talk will include a brief review of anatomy and pathophysiology, what clinical signs to look for, what are the most appropriate diagnostic tests, and how to treat the common adrenal gland diseases. The aim of this talk is to provide those working in general practice with practical and useful advice that will make working up and managing these cases easier.

Speaker

Sarah Hill -  Internal medicine specialist

Sarah is a Diplomat of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and joined Animal Referral Centre (ARC) in 2017.

Sarah was born and bred in the Waikato, but has strong family ties to the United Kingdom (UK). After her completing her veterinary degree, she worked in general small animal practice and then travelled to the UK to complete a year long rotating in internship at Davies Veterinary Specialists. Not able to keep away from New Zealand, she returned to do her specialty training at Massey University.

Sarah loves the problem solving nature of internal medicine. Her primary goal is to ensure her patients are getting the best possible care while also having good quality of life.

Outside of work, Sarah enjoys the exploring outdoors, running and spending time with her beloved feline Orlando.

Cost
NZVA and NZVNA members: Complimentary
Non-members: $20.00

Contact
Ata Snow
Events Coordinator
P 04 831 1385
ata.snow@vets.org.nz