Yukari MiyakeBSc, BVSc, MSc, Dip ACVAA

Yukari gained her Bachelor of Veterinary Science degree from the University of Sydney in the early 1990s returning to Japan where she worked as a general practice veterinarian and researcher at the Small Animal Clinical Research Foundation, Tottori. In 1998 she came back to Australia where she was appointed Veterinary Registrar in Small Animal Anaesthesia at the Veterinary Centre at the University of Sydney.

In 2002 she relocated to the United States and undertook a combined Anaesthesia Residency/Master's degree program, achieving a Master of Clinical Science (MSc) at Colorado State University. This was followed by a posting as emergency anaesthetist at the Colorado State University's James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital.

In 2007, she returned to Australia and was working as an anaesthetist in Sydney, visiting, consulting and giving seminars in various private practices and specialist referral centres. In 2008, Yukari was working as a Senior Veterinary Registrar in University of Sydney, Camden campus and then joined The Royal Veterinary College as a Lecturer in Anaesthesia. Currently, after obtained diplomate of American Collage of Anesthesia and Analgesia, working as a senior lecturer in veterinary anaesthesiology in James Cook University.

Sep 26
8:15-9:05 Everyday pain recognition and assessment based on the WSAVA guidelines
9:10-10:00 Guideline and owner's instruction for the preanasethetic fasting
Sep 28
13:25-14:15 Preanaesthetic assessment of the patient
14:20-15:10 What anaesthetic options do we have for the short procedure?
15:50-16:40 Tips for the noninvasive blood pressure monitoring and interpretation
16:45-17:35 What is special for the brachycephalic dog anaesthesia?