Cattle and Sheep Parasitology

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About the course

Date: 9 & 10 May 2018
Venue: Holiday Inn Hotel, Corstorphine Road, Edinburgh. EH12 6UA

Course Summary

Refresh your knowledge with a review of the important endo- and ecto-parasitic diseases of cattle and sheep. Sessions will cover the epidemiology and control of parasitic gastroenteritis, lungworm, coccidiosis, liver fluke and sheep scab. The course will include discussion on changing disease patterns and highlight opportunities for monitoring and health planning. Information on new and emerging parasitic diseases will also be covered. Case based material will be used to discuss diagnostic testing options and interpretation of results which together with an update on new test developments will equip you to investigate problems.

Course Times

The course starts at 10.00am on Day One and will finish around 4.00pm on Day Two.

Tutors

SAC Consulting: Veterinary Services

  • Heather Stevenson BVMS DSHP MRCVS
  • Marion McMillan BVMS MRCVS
  • Helen Carty BVM&S CertAVP (Cattle) MRCVS
  • David Wilson MA BVMS DSHP DipECSRHM MRCVS
  • Foteini Manolaraki DVM MSc PhD MRCVS

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