BEVA The Equine Emergency – how to keep calm and carry on!

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Equine Emergencies can take many different forms and come with their own unique set of pressures. From the panicked client to the distressed horse there is rarely more pressure on you to make the right decisions quickly.  This North East regional meeting is aimed at covering a range of common equine emergencies the first opinion practitioner is likely to see. The course will provide information on how to approach them in order to make decisions easier and considerably less stressful for all concerned.  WHERE  The Garden Suite, Thirsk Racecourse, Station Road, Thirsk, North Yorkshire. YO7 1QL  COURSE FEES  BEVA Members £50  BEVA Student Members £25 BEVA Nurse Members £25  Non-members £100

KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES  • Update/refresh your knowledge on common equine emergencies  • Confidently be able to decide which fractures can and can’t be treated  • Improve your knowledge of wound assessment and management  • Confidently be able to decide on the next steps for an emergency  • Learn what treatment options there are available for a wide range of equine emergencies  COURSE ORGANISER  Alistair Love BVSc Cert AVP (EP) MRCVS RCVS Recognised Advanced Practitioner in Equine Practice, North Yorkshire  COURSE SPEAKERS  Mr Tim Barnett BSc (Hons) BVM&S MSc CertAVP DipECVS MRCVS, Suffolk  Professor Mark Bowen BVetMed MMedSci, PhD Cert EM (Int Med), CertVA DipACVIM PFHEA FRCVS, Leicestershire  Dr John Burford MA VetMB PhD CertESTS, CertVA, PFHEA FRCVS, Leceistershire


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07 Oct 2019 YO7 1QL Book now

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