BEVA Dealing with Youngsters for the Non-Stud Vet

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About the course

17 OCT 2017 09:00 - 17:15

This one-day course is designed to increase confidence when dealing with equine youngsters. The course will have a practical emphasis and will cover the approach to handling, evaluating and treating foals and weanlings. Specific diseases and preventative medicine will be covered.

BEVA Members £245
Non-Members £490

Key Learning Objectives: 
•    Increase your confidence when dealing with foals and weanlings 
•    Refresh your knowledge of the most important diseases affecting youngsters 
•    Learn practical techniques in physical and chemical restraint to help when limited assistance is available 
•    Review a hands-on approach to evaluating conformation and dealing with the lame foal 
•    Gain up to date information to help you provide preventative health advice to your clients

Suitable for RCVS Modules: 
C-E.2- General medicine. C-E.7- lameness C-E.11- Care and Care and Management of Foal and Yearling, Stud Farm Management, Herd Health 

Course Organiser: 
Emily Haggett, BVSc, DACVIM, MRCVS, RCVS Recognised Specialist in Equine Internal Medicine Suffolk 

Matt Smith BVetMed Dipl. ECVS DEO MRCVS - Suffolk 
Oliver Pynn BVSc CertEP MRCVS - Suffolk 
Charlie Cooke BVetMed BSc CertEM(StudMed) MRCVS - Yorkshire 
Sarah Stoneham BVSc CertESM MRCVS Yorkshire 
Catriona Mackenzie BVMS Cert AVP(EM) MRCVS  - Suffolk

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