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Nursing the Anorexic Tortoise – A guide to tortoise husbandry and care in the clinic by John Chitty. This will cover the basics of tortoise biology and husbandry, aswell as the causes of anorexia in Mediterranean species. Nursing care isparamount in the management of these cases, especially with respect toproviding the correct environment when hospitalising these species. Anorexia is a common presentation in tortoise medicine. Causes of anorexia can be multiple and the syndrome is complex. These...
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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A lack of appetite is a frustratingly common and non-specific presenting sign in pet rabbits that can drive clinicians to despair! Although the main clinical sign is identical across a spectrum of causes, valuable clues can be picked up on history taking and clinical examination to help make a diagnosis and create a treatment plan. Common management and disease factors will be discussed, alongside management of primary cause of anorexia and the resulting secondary intestinal hypomotility.

Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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An interesting case of urinary incontinence by Laura Owen.

Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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Stuart’s webinar presentation will cover:

How to look at sperm
The origin and classification of abnormal sperm
The limitations of sperm inspection using light microscopy
The contribution of morphology in the Breeding Soundness Examination

Stuart Revell took his first job with bulls and AI in 1974 and, apart from 6 years in Fiji, has spent the rest of his veterinary career working in this field with MAFF/DEFRA and MMB/Genus, with occasional teaching at the U...
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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Dr Mike Scanlan works as a Mental Health and Well being Consultant and was responsible for setting up and designing the clinical model for the successful and award winning ‘Changing Minds’ Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) service. Mike is trained to use, Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Response prevention (EMDR) and Compassionate Focused Therapy approaches. He led a project supported by the Depa...
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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The “acute abdomen” is a common presentation in emergency practice can can be caused by many underlying problems. A successful outcome relies on good decision making in the first few hours focussing on appropriate stabilisation and logical use of in house diagnostics. In this webinar we will briefly review the key differential diagnoses and stabilisation measures before focussing on making the most of diagnostics. The decision as to whether the patient requires surgical intervention and when is ...
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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Dr Mike Scanlan works as a Mental Health and Well being Consultant and was responsible for setting up and designing the clinical model for the successful and award winning ‘Changing Minds’ Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) service. Mike is trained to use, Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Response prevention (EMDR) and Compassionate Focused Therapy approaches. He led a project supported by the Depa...
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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The Remarkable World of the Honey Bee by John Hill. I will be describing the importance of honeybees as pollinators to the agricultural industry and some of the challenges they face. We will look at the natural history of the bee. Knowledge of its life cycle is fundamental to understanding the complexity of the diseases and pests that affect them. I will outline some of the major pests and pathogens in the UK and cover potential future threats to their wellbeing. The British Bee Veterinary Ass...
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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Following the findings from the BEVA 2014 injuries survey, that showed Equine Vets have the highest risk of any civilian occupation, this must-attend course will address a range of traumatic/medical conditions which can be prevalent in the equine veterinary industry on a daily basis.

The course focuses on serious injuries within the equine veterinary profession, and will include the most commonly seen topics and scenarios and mitigating the risk of serious injuries within the industry; l...
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Location: British Racing School, Snailwell Road, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 7NU
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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The aim of the course is to ensure that new graduates facing their first stud season are fully conversant with the theory and practical techniques of equine artificial insemination.

Lectures will include health requirements and paperwork for both mare and stallion; semen collection, handling processing and shipping, assessment of the mare prior to insemination; timing of insemination for fresh, chilled and frozen semen; techniques of equine insemination and assessment of the mare after i...
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Location: Twemlows Hall, Whitchurch, Shropshire, SY13 2EZ
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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An opportunity to be updated on topical issues in equine practice. Bryan O’Meara will discuss which upper airways disorders need, and do not need, over-ground endoscopy for diagnosis. Gemma Tyner will describe her approach to the neonatal foal which is not sucking from the mare. David Stack will discuss how sacro-iliac disease can be diagnosed and treated in practice.

Location: Lakeside Conference Centre, Roadford lake, Broadwoodwidger, Lifton, Devon, PL16 0RL
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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Dr Mike Scanlan works as a Mental Health and Well being Consultant and was responsible for setting up and designing the clinical model for the successful and award winning ‘Changing Minds’ Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) service. Mike is trained to use, Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Response prevention (EMDR) and Compassionate Focused Therapy approaches. He led a project supported by the Depa...
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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This evening meeting is aimed at all levels, from the Equine Practitioner who only sees a few mares and foals, to updating the more experienced Stud Veterinarian.

Location: All England Jumping Course, London Road, Haywards Heath, RH17 5NU
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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Dr Mike Scanlan works as a Mental Health and Well being Consultant and was responsible for setting up and designing the clinical model for the successful and award winning ‘Changing Minds’ Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) service. Mike is trained to use, Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Response prevention (EMDR) and Compassionate Focused Therapy approaches. He led a project supported by the Depa...
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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Dr Mike Scanlan works as a Mental Health and Well being Consultant and was responsible for setting up and designing the clinical model for the successful and award winning ‘Changing Minds’ Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) service. Mike is trained to use, Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Response prevention (EMDR) and Compassionate Focused Therapy approaches. He led a project supported by the Depa...
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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A workshop providing individuals with the techniques and skills to cope better with the pressures of practice, become more efficient, effective and make life in practice more productive and ultimately more enjoyable.

Location: Double Tree by Hilton, M4 Junction 13, Newbury, Berkshire, RG20 8XY
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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Dr Mike Scanlan works as a Mental Health and Well being Consultant and was responsible for setting up and designing the clinical model for the successful and award winning ‘Changing Minds’ Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) service. Mike is trained to use, Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Response prevention (EMDR) and Compassionate Focused Therapy approaches. He led a project supported by the Depa...
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Location: Digital Presentation
Contact: WebinarVet
WebinarVet at office@thewebinarvet.com



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The aim of this course is to equip delegates with the practical techniques and theoretical understanding needed to confidently and competently provide sedation and anaesthesia for 'field' surgery and diagnosis.

Lectures will include current methods of single bolus short-term or prolonged sedation and anaesthesia and will also cover relevant medico-legal issues.

Practical sessions will include clinical cases for standing surgery or surgery under short-term 'in-field' general anaesth...
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Location: Three Counties Equine Hospital, Stratford Bridge, Ripple, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, GL20 6HE
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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This practical course, led Professor Jean-Marie Denoix, will include live demonstrations of the ultrasonographic anatomy of the equine neck, proximal suspensory ligament (fore and hind limbs) and pastern (fore and hind limbs) in normal horses, with discussion of the diagnostic features of common clinical conditions affecting these areas. For the afternoon practical sessions, delegates will be divided into small groups to allow hands-on ultrasound imaging of live horses.

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Location: Kent Event Centre, Detling, Maidstone, ME14 3JF
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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These workshops are designed for those who, perhaps, do not spend all their professional time working with horses. Previous delegates have ranged from new graduates, wishing to extend their reach with regard to equine practice, right through to senior members who have felt the need to update their knowledge. The subject covers an area, which has caused much concern in recent years, hence the inclusion of a speaker from the Veterinary Defence Society. The practical programme will include examinin...
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Location: West Wilts Equestrian Centre, Melksham Road, North Trowbridge, BA14 6QT
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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These workshops are designed for those who, perhaps, do not spend all their professional time working with horses. Previous delegates have ranged from new graduates, wishing to extend their reach with regard to equine practice, right through to senior members who have felt the need to update their knowledge. The subject covers an area, which has caused much concern in recent years, hence the inclusion of a speaker from the Veterinary Defence Society. The practical programme will include examinin...
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Location: West Wilts Equestrian Centre, Melksham Road, North Trowbridge, BA14 6QT
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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The focus of this meeting will be to present information on commonly encountered equine clinical problems, with a view to providing delegates with clinical tips and useful updates that can be applied to everyday clinical practice.


Location: University of Edinburgh The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, Easter Bush, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH25 9RG
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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This popular one-day equine cardiology course is being offered again in 2017. This is a practical course and covers all the commonly encountered cardiovascular abnormalities in horses. Emphasis is placed on auscultation and hands-on interpretation of clinical findings using horses with cardiac abnormalities brought into the racing school. The course includes over three hours of practical case examination and case discussion of horses affected with all of the common cardiac abnormalities that you...
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Location: British Racing School, Snailwell Road, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 7NU
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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This course, timed to follow directly after Hands-On Equine Cardiology, is designed to teach veterinary surgeons how to scan the horse’s heart. Delegate numbers for this long-running and highly-popular course are kept small to ensure maximum exposure to case material. Please register early to avoid disappointment as this course always sells out.

The programme covers recognition of normal cardiac anatomy, common cardiac abnormalities and measurement of intracardiac dimensions. An introduc...
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Location: British Racing School, Snailwell Road, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 7NU
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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As the proportion of aged horses in the UK continues to grow, geriatric medicine is becoming an increasingly important part of equine veterinary practice. This two day practical and lecture based course focuses on the key areas that all veterinary surgeons encounter in the older horse population. Small group sessions using live and cadaver specimens allow delegates the opportunity to develop their practical skills and discuss their own cases. The course is suitable for all levels of experience.

Location: Redwings Horse Sanctuary, Hapton Hall, Norwich, NR15 1SP
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



BEVA Breeding A-Z13-Jun-2017 to 15-Jun-2017
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This three-day course is designed to benefit those with a range of experience in reproductive and foal ultrasonography. The main emphasis is on practical sessions involving mares, foals and clinical cases. There will also be lectures to supplement and reinforce the practical sessions

Location: Twemlows Hall, Whitchurch, Shropshire, SY13 2EZ
Contact: British Equine Veterinary Association
British Equine Veterinary Association at events@beva.org.uk



BEVA Practical Dental and Sinus Surgery10-Aug-2017 to 11-Aug-2017
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This course will present detailed and up to date information about the pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of surgical diseases of the teeth and paranasal sinuses in the horse. The lectures, demonstrations and case discussions are aimed at surgical residents and equine vets with an interest in dental and sinus surgery.

The course will be limited to 16 delegates, which will allow the participants to perform cadaver surgeries under the guidance of 3 experts in the field. Early booking...
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Location: Rossdales Equine and Diagnostic Centre, Cotton End Road, Exning, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 7NN
Contact: British Equine Veterinary Association
British Equine Veterinary Association at events@beva.org.uk



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This course is designed for veterinary surgeons with an interest in working at Horse Trials/Three Day Event competitions. The course will run during the Three Day Event at Hartpury College, allowing a course walk and discussion of the veterinary arrangements and practical aspects of this type of work. The course will focus on the cross country phase of the competition and aims to cover a range of areas from preparation prior to the competition, treatment of injuries or accidents that may arise d...
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Location: Hartpury College, Hartpury House, Hartpury, GL19 3BE
Contact: British Equine Veterinary Association
British Equine Veterinary Association at events@beva.org.uk



BEVA Congress 201713-Sep-2017 to 16-Sep-2017
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Regarded as the world’s largest equine veterinary congress, BEVA Congress offers delegates world-class science in a lively commercial environment.

What to expect at Europe’s largest Equine Veterinary Conference….

Over 90 hours of CPD lectures, delivered by world recognised speakers.
Tailored for vets at all career stages, as well as undergraduates veterinary students, equine nurse, equine allied professionals and practice managers.
A commercial exhibition, offering the late...
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Location: The ACC, Kings Dock, Liverpool, L3 4FP
Contact: BEVA
BEVA at events@beva.org.uk



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This two day course is aimed at the equine veterinarian already performing a considerable amount of equine reproduction work. The course will provide practical instruction from renowned experts in their field. The course will be held in an informal and instructive atmosphere enabling discussion of any problem areas with the techniques described that delegates may have. The key elements of learning will be advanced mare and stallion ultrasonography including Doppler techniques and assisted reprod...
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Location: Twemlows Hall, Whitchurch, Shropshire, SY13 2EZ
Contact: British Equine Veterinary Association
British Equine Veterinary Association at events@beva.org.uk



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These workshops are designed to provide all the essential information to ensure that delegates can confidently perform a five stage vetting in line with RCVS, BEVA and VDS recommendations. Previous attendees have ranged from junior vets wishing to start carrying out PPEs to senior practitioners wanting to remind themselves of potential PPE pitfalls and how best to communicate contentious findings. The speakers, including an equine claims consultant from the VDS, all have a huge wealth of knowled...
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Location: Myerscough College, Preston, PR3 0RY
Contact: British Equine Veterinary Association
British Equine Veterinary Association at events@beva.org.uk



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These workshops are designed to provide all the essential information to ensure that delegates can confidently perform a five stage vetting in line with RCVS, BEVA and VDS recommendations. Previous attendees have ranged from junior vets wishing to start carrying out PPEs to senior practitioners wanting to remind themselves of potential PPE pitfalls and how best to communicate contentious findings. The speakers, including an equine claims consultant from the VDS, all have a huge wealth of knowled...
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Location: Myerscough College, Preston, PR3 0RY
Contact: British Equine Veterinary Association
British Equine Veterinary Association at events@beva.org.uk




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