Animal Emergency Service and Improve International Australia are proud to bring you a new veterinary emergency training program

Would you like to <strong>up-skill</strong> and become <strong>confident</strong> in dealing with the emergencies you see in everyday practice? Or are you looking to make that <strong>transition from GP vet to Emergency Practitioner

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Developed by a leading Australian emergency vet group AES and delivered by Improve International, the AES Accelerated Emergency Program is the solution for veterinarians who want to gain confidence in their approach to any emergency patient, upskill their knowledge in this field, or rapidly transition into emergency practice.

Let our highly interactive AES Accelerated Emergency Program transform you into a vet who is confident and capable of dealing with any emergency that comes through the door.

Program

Our 15-week, online program has been developed by experienced AES staff veterinarians, including Members and Fellows of ANZCVS in Emergency and Critical Care.

You can study at your own pace and engage weekly to ask questions, assess your knowledge and become part of the veterinary emergency community.

Goal

The AES Accelerated Emergency Program was designed to fast track the transition of general practitioners and recent graduates into emergency practice. The goal is to have you thinking like an emergency vet, with the knowledge to confidently approach any emergency patient.

All AES veterinarians complete this program before stepping into the consultation room at an AES hospital, and for the first time ever it is now being offered to veterinarians across Australia – thanks to the collaboration with Improve International.

Each week you will receive an online learning module on a relevant EMCC topic, covering pathophysiology, diagnosis, management and current treatments.

Each module includes learning platform access, notes, questions and a live weekly interactive tutorial with a working emergency clinician.

Register Your Interest: Accelerated Emergency Program 2020