People, Pets, and Zoonoses (by 4CEUINC)

2 P.A.C.E. contact hour(s)

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Deborah L. Buckley, MBA, MT(ASCP)

Course provided by 4CEUINC.



COURSE LEVEL: Intermediate

Learn the basics of quality control for the laboratory.

IN THIS COURSE YOU WILL LEARN:

  1. To identify the term “Zoonose”.
  2. Basic information about zoonoses, including how many have been described, who’s at risk, and prevention strategies.
  3. The zoonotic diseases that each type of animal can carry.
  4. General information about the most common “Bacterial Zoonoses”, including common pet hosts, transmission, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment strategies.
  5. General information about the most common “Fungal Zoonoses”, including common pet hosts, transmission, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment strategies.
  6. General information about the most common “Viral Zoonoses”, including common pet hosts, transmission, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment strategies.
  7. General information about the most common “Parasitic Zoonoses”, including common pet hosts, transmission, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment strategies.

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Continuing Education Credits

P.A.C.E.® Contact Hours (acceptable for AMT, ASCP, and state recertification) (CEU Unlimited): 2 hour(s)
Course number 511-568-17, approved through 6/30/2019
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours - General (Microbiology/Mycology/Parasitology): 2 hour(s)
Course number 20-393819, approved through 6/30/2019

Objectives

  • Identify the term Zoonose.
  • Recall basic information about zoonoses, including how many have been described, who's at risk, and prevention strategies.
  • List the zoonotic diseases that each animal can carry.
  • Recall general information about the most common "Bacterial Zoonoses", including common pet hosts, transmission, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment strategies.
  • Recall general information about the most common "Fungal Zoonoses", including common pet hosts, transmission, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment strategies.
  • Recall general information about the most common "Viral Zoonoses", including common pet hosts, transmission, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment strategies.
  • Recall general information about the most common "Parasitic Zoonoses", including common pet hosts, transmission, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment strategies.

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Course Outline

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  • M018 - People, Pets, and Zoonoses
      • PDF Page 1 - People, Pets, and Zoonoses Cover
      • PDF Page 2 - People, Pets, and Zoonoses Objectives
      • PDF Page 3 - Quiz Page 1
      • PDF Page 4 - Quiz Page 2
      • PDF Page 5 - Table of Contents (TOC)
      • PDF Page 6 - Blank Page
      • PDF Page 7 - Zoonoses Introduction
      • PDF Page 8 - Who's Most At Risk & Prevention Strategies
      • PDF Page 9 - Zoonoses by Animal Type
      • PDF Page 10 - Zoonoses by Animal Type
      • PDF Page 11 - Bacterial Zoonoses (Brucella)
      • PDF Page 12 - Bacterial Zoonoses (Campylobacter)
      • PDF Page 13 - Bacterial Zoonoses (Cat Scratch Fever)
      • PDF Page 14 - Bacterial Zoonoses (Chlamydia Psittaci & Coxiella Burnetti)
      • PDF Page 15 - Bacterial Zoonoses (Leptospira sp.)
      • PDF Page 16 - Bacterial Zoonoses (Salmonella)
      • PDF Page 17 - Fungal Zoonoses (Cryptococcus Neoformans)
      • PDF Page 18 - Fungal Zoonoses (Ringworm)
      • PDF Page 19 - Viral Zoonoses (Rabies)
      • PDF Page 20 - Viral Zoonoses (Rabies)
      • PDF Page 21 - Parasitic Zoonoses (Cryptosporidium sp.)
      • PDF Page 22 - Parasitic Zoonoses (Cryptosporidium sp.)
      • PDF Page 23 - Parasitic Zoonoses (Dipylidium sp.)
      • PDF Page 24 - Parasitic Zoonoses (Dipylidium sp.)
      • PDF Page 25 - Parasitic Zoonoses (Giardia Lamblia)
      • PDF Page 26 - Parasitic Zoonoses (Hookworm)
      • PDF Page 27 - Parasitic Zoonoses (Roundworms - Toxocara sp.)
      • PDF Page 28 - Parasitic Zoonoses (Roundworms - Toxocara sp.)
      • PDF Page 29 - Parasitic Zoonoses (Roundworms - Toxocara sp.)
      • PDF Page 30 - Parasitic Zoonoses (Toxoplasma Gondii)
      • PDF Page 31 - Parasitic Zoonoses (Roundworms - Toxocara sp.)
      • PDF Page 32 - References

Additional Information

This Intermediate Level course is intended for Technicians, Technologists, Lab Supervisors, Lab Directors, and Pathologists.

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