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Volunteering in an Animal Emergency

Volunteering in an Animal Emergency

Volunteering in an Animal Emergency

Ashley French, DVM and Marie Kerl, DVM, MPH, Diplomate ACVIM, ACVECC
Ashley French, DVM and Marie Kerl, DVM, MPH, Diplomate ACVIM, ACVECC
on behalf of Missouri Veterinary Medical Association

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Launch date: 07 May 2015
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Last updated: 09 Sep 2020

Reference: 152302

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Dr Donald Wilson DVM (9 Sep 2020)
Information was good but i was hoping to get more info about CORP and how i can get more training hands on in the Missouri region where I am a practicing veterinarian.
Dr Catherine Vogelweid DVM PhD (30 Jul 2020)
Some of the initial slides are unreadable, particularly the slide listing reference links. Also, the slides don't seem to match the dialog at the beginning of the course. One exam question incorrectly referred to the incident command system as the "incidence command system". The information about the NVRT and Hurricane Sandy deployment was interesting and well presented. The statement that the Humane Society of Missouri is the lead agency for non-agricultural animals was correct at the time this was recorded, but this is no longer the case. It is my understanding that companion animals will also fall under the jurisdiction of Missouri Department of Agriculture, and HS MO will work cooperatively with them.
Dr Chip Kammerlohr DVM (19 Dec 2018)
First part had excellent information but was difficult to follow because the slides were not clearly readable and somewhat confusing on the 2nd part for the same reasons...Again, closed captions would be wonderful.

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Description

This course covers the purpose of the Missouri Volunteer Veterinary Corps, its role in the emergency response structure in the state, the required training needed to be deployed, and how members are deployed in an emergency.

Objectives

Objectives
1: To learn the purpose of the Missouri Volunteer Veterinary Corps
2: To understand the MO Volunteer Veterinary Corps' role in emergency response
3: To review the required training courses needed to be deployed
4: To describe the process for signing up as a member
5: To learn who/when/how members are deployed in an emergency
Ashley French, DVM and Marie Kerl, DVM, MPH, Diplomate ACVIM, ACVECC

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Ashley French, DVM and Marie Kerl, DVM, MPH, Diplomate ACVIM, ACVECC
on behalf of Missouri Veterinary Medical Association

Ashley French DVM is a 2012 graduate of the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine. She is a small animal practitioner at Weathered Rock Veterinary Clinic in Jefferson City MO. She is the assistant director of the Volunteer Veterinary Corps.
Marie Kerl obtained her DVM from Auburn University and Masters of Public Health from the University of Missouri, and completed specialty training at the Animal Medical Center in New York. She is a diplomate of the ACVIM and ACVECC. Dr. Kerl is a faculty member with the University of Missouri. Her duties as Associate Teaching Professor include practicing emergency/ critical care and internal medicine while instructing professional degree students, interns, and residents. Dr. Kerl has received the Norden Distinguished Teaching Award.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Missouri Veterinary Medical Association
  • 1.00 Hours -
    Exam Attempts: 3
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    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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Dr Donald Wilson DVM (9 Sep 2020)
Information was good but i was hoping to get more info about CORP and how i can get more training hands on in the Missouri region where I am a practicing veterinarian.
Dr Catherine Vogelweid DVM PhD (30 Jul 2020)
Some of the initial slides are unreadable, particularly the slide listing reference links. Also, the slides don't seem to match the dialog at the beginning of the course. One exam question incorrectly referred to the incident command system as the "incidence command system". The information about the NVRT and Hurricane Sandy deployment was interesting and well presented. The statement that the Humane Society of Missouri is the lead agency for non-agricultural animals was correct at the time this was recorded, but this is no longer the case. It is my understanding that companion animals will also fall under the jurisdiction of Missouri Department of Agriculture, and HS MO will work cooperatively with them.
Dr Chip Kammerlohr DVM (19 Dec 2018)
First part had excellent information but was difficult to follow because the slides were not clearly readable and somewhat confusing on the 2nd part for the same reasons...Again, closed captions would be wonderful.

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