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Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health Academy is delighted to introduce you to four expert speakers who will be presenting at the Academy’s Autumn Webinar Festival:
1. A Prof Katrina Bosward
BSc (Vet) Hons 1, BVSc, PhD, Grad Dipl Vet Clin Sci, Grad Cert (Higher Ed), MASM, MASID.
Since 2002, Katrina has been an academic staff member at the Sydney School of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney, where she has taught in various veterinary pathobiology and public health units of study in the Bachelor of Veterinary Science and more recently the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. Her overarching teaching and research focus is in the pathogenesis and control of infectious disease of animals, especially those considered zoonotic diseases. Katrina has a particular interest in Coxiella Burnetii, and coxiellosis in animals and Q fever in humans.
2. Dr Stephen Page
BSc (Vet)(Hons) BVSc (Hons) DipVetClinStud MVetClinStud MAppSc MANZCVSc.
Stephen is a consultant veterinary clinical pharmacologist & toxicologist. His career has been divided amongst mixed practice; as a tutor and resident at the University of Sydney rural practice; responsibilities for veterinary services, clinical development & regulatory affairs with a global pharmaceutical company; & most recently as a consultant surviving solely on pharmacology & toxicology consultations with vets, governments, organisations & industry.
3. Paul Ainsworth
BSc (Mil), Dip HR, Exec MBA (AGSM).
Paul is the founding director of the Lincoln Institute and is a highly sought after executive coach, facilitator and key note presenter with a focus on stimulating organisational team and individual leadership potential. Paul is a graduate of the Australian Defence Force Academy, UNSW, the Royal Military College Duntroon and was awarded the prestigious Sasakawa Leadership Scholarship by the Australian Graduate School of Management’s Executive MBA program.
4. Dr Cathy Warburton
BSc, BVMS, MACVSc, MVS, TAA, Dip Pos Psych and Well-being.
Cathy is a veterinarian who worked as a clinician, trainer and manager in private, university and corporate practices for 25 years before realigning to work solely in the area of veterinary well-being. She is the owner of Make Headway, a business providing training, coaching and support programs to enhance the non-technical competencies (or “soft skills”) of the veterinary industry. Cathy is committed to advancing veterinary mental health and well-being.
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