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  • Extreme sea turtle veterinary medicine; saving ancients in remote locations
    14th November 2021
    12:30 pm - 1:15 pm

Extreme sea turtle veterinary medicine; saving ancients in remote locations

Amelia Liddell

I am a sea turtle veterinarian working on a tiny island/resort in the Maldives at a rescue center for sick and injured sea turtles. I work for the UK-based conservation charity, the Olive Ridley Project. Although perhaps a bit unusual compared to your usual speakers, I think it could really fit the brief. There’s the extreme aspect of working in such a remote area; minimal access to specific licensed drugs or medication; total self-reliance that comes with being one of only 3 veterinarians in the country etc. I am in a unique position very few are in and I have a lot of interest in my role and how I operate. It’s important because it feeds into conversations about sustainability, anthropogenic impact, and represents for me a huge effort to influence the “new world that awaits”, one where we are all aware of the impact our choices make and consciously choose to be different. This session would be aimed at anyone interested in One Health and medicine, but not as you know it.

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  • Extreme sea turtle veterinary medicine; saving ancients in remote locations
    14th November 2021
    12:30 pm - 1:15 pm

Extreme sea turtle veterinary medicine; saving ancients in remote locations

Amelia Liddell

I am a sea turtle veterinarian working on a tiny island/resort in the Maldives at a rescue center for sick and injured sea turtles. I work for the UK-based conservation charity, the Olive Ridley Project. Although perhaps a bit unusual compared to your usual speakers, I think it could really fit the brief. There’s the extreme aspect of working in such a remote area; minimal access to specific licensed drugs or medication; total self-reliance that comes with being one of only 3 veterinarians in the country etc. I am in a unique position very few are in and I have a lot of interest in my role and how I operate. It’s important because it feeds into conversations about sustainability, anthropogenic impact, and represents for me a huge effort to influence the “new world that awaits”, one where we are all aware of the impact our choices make and consciously choose to be different. This session would be aimed at anyone interested in One Health and medicine, but not as you know it.

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Extreme sea turtle veterinary medicine; saving ancients in remote locations

Amelia Liddell

I am a sea turtle veterinarian working on a tiny island/resort in the Maldives at a rescue center for sick and injured sea turtles. I work for the UK-based conservation charity, the Olive Ridley Project. Although perhaps a bit unusual compared to your usual speakers, I think it could really fit the brief. There’s the extreme aspect of working in such a remote area; minimal access to specific licensed drugs or medication; total self-reliance that comes with being one of only 3 veterinarians in the country etc. I am in a unique position very few are in and I have a lot of interest in my role and how I operate. It’s important because it feeds into conversations about sustainability, anthropogenic impact, and represents for me a huge effort to influence the “new world that awaits”, one where we are all aware of the impact our choices make and consciously choose to be different. This session would be aimed at anyone interested in One Health and medicine, but not as you know it.

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  • Extreme sea turtle veterinary medicine; saving ancients in remote locations
    14th November 2021
    12:30 pm - 1:15 pm

Extreme sea turtle veterinary medicine; saving ancients in remote locations

Amelia Liddell

I am a sea turtle veterinarian working on a tiny island/resort in the Maldives at a rescue center for sick and injured sea turtles. I work for the UK-based conservation charity, the Olive Ridley Project. Although perhaps a bit unusual compared to your usual speakers, I think it could really fit the brief. There’s the extreme aspect of working in such a remote area; minimal access to specific licensed drugs or medication; total self-reliance that comes with being one of only 3 veterinarians in the country etc. I am in a unique position very few are in and I have a lot of interest in my role and how I operate. It’s important because it feeds into conversations about sustainability, anthropogenic impact, and represents for me a huge effort to influence the “new world that awaits”, one where we are all aware of the impact our choices make and consciously choose to be different. This session would be aimed at anyone interested in One Health and medicine, but not as you know it.

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  • Extreme sea turtle veterinary medicine; saving ancients in remote locations
    14th November 2021
    12:30 pm - 1:15 pm

Extreme sea turtle veterinary medicine; saving ancients in remote locations

Amelia Liddell

I am a sea turtle veterinarian working on a tiny island/resort in the Maldives at a rescue center for sick and injured sea turtles. I work for the UK-based conservation charity, the Olive Ridley Project. Although perhaps a bit unusual compared to your usual speakers, I think it could really fit the brief. There’s the extreme aspect of working in such a remote area; minimal access to specific licensed drugs or medication; total self-reliance that comes with being one of only 3 veterinarians in the country etc. I am in a unique position very few are in and I have a lot of interest in my role and how I operate. It’s important because it feeds into conversations about sustainability, anthropogenic impact, and represents for me a huge effort to influence the “new world that awaits”, one where we are all aware of the impact our choices make and consciously choose to be different. This session would be aimed at anyone interested in One Health and medicine, but not as you know it.

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