Wildlife Pharmacology Lab: Better Living for Your Patients Through Modern Chemistry

This lab is for current WRAM members only. Not a member? Join now! Once your account has been set up, you will be able to register for this lab.

Frog with pill

Sat, Oct 21, 2017

10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Tufts Wildlife Clinic (map)
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University
50 Willard St, North Grafton, MA 01536

Injured Wildlife

Dr. Rob Adamski of the New England Wildlife Center will be focusing on the “Practical Street Medicine” version of pharmacology.

By taking the class, Dr. Adamski will:

  • Help you to provide a high level of care to your patients by understanding how the most commonly used medications can help you deal with routine problems in our wildlife patients.
  • Discuss why you’re giving certain medications, help you understand when certain medications are appropriate, and the proper way to administer medications.
  • Cover the huge differences between mammals, birds, and reptiles when administering medications.
  • Utilize an interactive and fast-paced scenario based format to explore and learn more about the top ten medications Wildlife Rehabilitators should be familiar with.

Registration is online only.

****Space is limited, so please register early****

Please register by October 13, 2017

Registration will be confirmed by a WRAM representative via email.

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