BEVA Marginal Gains in Equine Practice

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This Midlands Regional Meeting comprises of 4 lectures covering a variety of topics within the field of equine medicine. The evening will focus on small improvements that the clinician can make to improve everyday practice and will cover recent clinical updates in the areas of neurology, ophthalmology, cutaneous neoplasia (sarcoids) and wound healing.  The course is aimed at those in first opinion equine practice and should be of interest to those studying for RCVS related modules.  WHERE  Colwick Hall Hotel, Colwick Park, Racecourse Road, Nottingham. NG2 4BH  COURSE FEES  BEVA Members £50  BEVA Student Members £25 Non-members £100

KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES  • Develop an understanding of treatments available for equine sarcoids.  • Refresh your knowledge on diagnosis of ocular pathology.  • Learn practical skills to optimise wound healing.  • Be able to confidently identify ataxia.  • Interpret the neurological exam.  COURSE ORGANISER  Sara Fleck BVSc CertAVP(EM) MRCVS, North Yorkshire  COURSE SPEAKERS  Moses Brennan BVSc Cert ES (Orth) MRCVS, North Yorkshire  Fernando Malalana DVM GPCert(EqP) DipECEIM MRCVS, Cheshire  SUITABLE FOR RCVS MODULES  B-EP.3, C-E.3, C-E.4, C-E.15, C-E.16, C-E.17, C-VD.4


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14 Oct 2019 NG2 4BH Book now

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