Essentials of Practical Parasitology

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This practical one-day hands-on course will focus on the latest approaches for the creation of an effective practice parasite control policy. The course will discuss the key and contentious issues relating to the creation and implementation of such a parasiticide policy. Emphasis will be placed on the role and importance that each member of the practice team has for the successful implementation of this policy. A concise and simple algorithm to help gather critical information from clients will be provided. The course will include numerous opportunities for hands-on wet lab practical exercises including quantitative faecal egg counts, nematode larval isolation and ectoparasite identification.


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20 Aug 2019 School of Veterinary Medicine and Science Book now

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