BEVA Equine Reproduction at the Next Level: a practical based masterclass

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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 reproductive technologies including, but not limited to embryo transfer. In addition, advanced semen processing skills will be taught. The delegate ratio allows for plenty of opportunity for all delegates to be fully involved.

Please read and adhere to the BEVA Biosecurity Instructions for Practical Courses, which can be found here.

WHERE  Twemlows Hall, AI and EI Centre, Whitchurch, Shropshire SY13 2EZ  COURSE FEES BEVA  Members £645  Non-members £1290


KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES • Develop an understanding of advanced mare and stallion ultrasonography  • Update your knowledge on use of Doppler ultrasound techniques • Enhance/ learn practical skills in equine embryo transfer  • Confidently be able to handle stallion semen, including subfertile stallions • Interpret semen characteristics SUITABLE FOR RCVS MODULES  C-E.9 Mare Reproduction and breeding management; C-E.10 Stallion reproduction and breeding management; C-E.16 Basic Equine Practice Part 2; C-E.17 Basic Equine Practice Part 3. COURSE ORGANISER  Dr Jonathan Pycock BVetMed PhD DESM MRCVS, Yorkshire  COURSE SPEAKERS  Mr James Crabtree BVM&S CertEM(StudMed) MRCVS, Yorkshire  Prof Peter Daels DVM PhD, Belgium  Mr Tullis Matson ARAgS, Shropshire  Dr Monica Morganti BMedVet, DACT, DECAR, MRCVS, Shropshire  Dr Jonathan Pycock BVetMed PhD DESM MRCVS, Yorkshire


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09 Oct 2019 SY13 2EZ Book now

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