Emerging issues in equine medicine - from the exotic to the dysfunctional!

Event date

27 September 2017

Venue location

British Veterinary Association
7 Mansfield Street
London
London
W1G 9NQ

Contact

Helen Dingle, 0207 908 6336

Event type

Equine clinical CPD

Speaker

Richard Newton BVSc MSc PhD FRCVS, Head of Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance, Animal Health Trust, Newmarket and Jo Ireland BVMS PhD CertAVP(EM) MRCVS, Lecturer in Equine Practice, University of Liverpool

Pricing

 

 Early birdStandard
BVA member£195 (including VAT)£235 (including VAT)
Non-memberN/A£395 (including VAT)


Early bird rate applies to bookings made more than eight weeks in advance of the course date.

Event Description

Course programme (168KB PDF)

Registration will open at 09.30, with the course starting at 10.00. The course will finish at 16.00.

This course will look at the latest issues relating to both exotic disease threats and emerging medical conditions that are of current relevance to UK horses.

The day will kick off with a refresher on several exotic diseases (including AHS, EIA, Glanders and WNV) that have all been considered realistic threats to UK horses in recent years, and will in particular consider how and where from these diseases might arise. There will also be an overview of the latest thinking on endocrine syndromes of the horse (EMS and PPID), followed by an update on recent research related to atypical myopathy and equine grass sickness.

The day will conclude with an overview of equine disease surveillance resources from around the world, that practicing vets can access to keep themselves informed on global disease occurrence.

The five key things delegates will learn from this course are:

  • Updates on several exotic equine diseases (incl. AHS, EIA, Glanders and WNV)
  • The latest information on global occurrence of exotic equine diseases and risks they pose to UK horses
  • Details of surveillance resources available to vets and owners  for monitoring equine disease occurrence
  • Updates on clinical presentation and current recommendations for diagnosis and treatment of PPID and EMS
  • The latest information on diagnosis and prevention of atypical myopathy and equine grass sickness

Please note - if you want to book three courses for the price of two please call Helen Dingle on 020 7908 6336.

Terms & Conditions

Payment conditions Payment for BVA courses must be received in advance to guarantee your place. On acceptance of your booking a confirmation letter will be sent to you. Prices are subject to 20% VAT and bookings will be confirmed with a VAT notice. Member discount Please note that in order to qualify for the member discount it must be the member that attends the course. A member cannot book on behalf of a non-member to benefit from the discount. If a non-member attends in place of a member, they will be liable to pay the additional non-member fee. Book 3 courses for the price of 2 This offer is only valid for BVA members. All 3 courses must be booked at the same time. The cheapest course will be free. A practice may book using the offer and send a different member of their team to each course. This offer is only valid for BVA 2017 CPD courses and excludes media training courses and any webinars. The offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer relating to BVA CPD. Cancellation policy In event of cancellations received in writing no later than one calendar month in advance of the course, the fee will be returned less 25% to cover administration expenses. After that date no refunds will be possible. Substitutions may be made at any time, however, please see the condition about the member discount. Programme information The programme is correct at the time of going to press. However, due to unforeseen circumstances, the programme may change and BVA reserves the right to cancel the event or alter the venue and/or speakers. Where circumstances force BVA to cancel a course, the liability of BVA shall be limited to a refund of any fees paid for the courses. BVA is not liable for any consequential loss.