Zoonotic Infection Associated With Food

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About the course

Harper Adams University are holding some tuition for our veterinary pharmacy programmes soon, and where the content is relevant we are opening the sessions up to SQPs as useful CPD.

It is important to note that these sessions are aimed at relevant SQP categories; while there are no restrictions on attendance of sessions, we recommend SQPs only attend sessions which are relevant to their currently held qualifications. CPD points will not be awarded for attendance if you do not hold the correct, relevant qualification.

Zoonotic Infection Associated With Food.

Friday 14th September 2018 1:30pm – 3.00pm   £30

Accredited with 12 CPD points – suitable for all SQP categories

Intended learning outcome for the session:

  1. Recognise opportunities to intervene proactively in the pharmacy or veterinary practice environment to ensure pet owners are aware of their responsibilities both to their animal and to the public at large.
  2. Explain the potential dangers of, and risks from, contaminated food.

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