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BEVA Courses

BEVA Members now receive a 50% discount on all BEVA CPD. BEVA has the reputation for providing equine CPD of the highest quality with the emphasis on the expertise of the speakers and the practical components of the courses.  The course programme is altered annually in response to the needs of the delegates and we offer subsidised registration prices for our members. Please contact the office if you have queries about any of the courses that interest you on Tel:+44(0)1638 723555 or Email: verity@beva.org.uk 

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Events in February
A workshop providing individuals with the techniques and skills to cope better with the pressures of practice, become more efficient, effective and make your life in practice more productive and ultimately more enjoyable.
Lectures will include health requirements and paperwork for both mare and stallion; semen collection, handling processing and shipping, assessment of the mare prior to insemination; timing of insemination for fresh, chilled and frozen semen; techniques of equine insemination and assessment of the mare after insemination. Small group practical sessions will include microscopic assessments of chilled and frozen equine semen, handling of frozen semen and insemination of mares using conventional and deep intra-uterine techniques.
The day will encompass lectures and small group discussions by experts specialising in research and clinical practice. The day will be of particular interest to veterinary surgeons with an interest in poor performance, lower airway disease and research
For busy equine practitioners who don’t have the time to regularly dive into the current literature it can be difficult to establish which ones of these therapies are scientifically sound and have been found to be efficacious via clinical studies. It is furthermore very difficult to find any literature where authors actually exactly describe what therapeutic regimen they use.
The day will also include research presentations, an exercising endoscopy video reading session and delegate case discussions. It will be of particular interest to clinicians involved in any discipline of performance horse work, upper airway surgery and research.
An opportunity to be updated on some current clinical topics. Ollie Crowe will describe the current state of knowledge on ‘kissing spines’ and treatment options. Simon Moore will present research he has conducted for submission for the FWCF diploma and its implications for current farriery practice. Veronica Roberts will describe how best to approach headshaking cases and some new treatments she has been investigating.
Events in March
This course is split into two days: the first day is aimed at vets, veterinary nurses and technicians who would like to improve or refresh their ability to take radiographs. The emphasis is on practical skills and quality assessment. The second day is aimed at veterinary surgeons who would like to improve or refresh their ability to interpret radiographs. It consists of a mixture of short lectures and film reading and discussion sessions.
This course is split into two days: the first day is aimed at vets, veterinary nurses and technicians who would like to improve or refresh their ability to take radiographs.The emphasis is on practical skills and quality assessment.
This course has been designed to equip the equine clinician with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills needed to make the most of their abilities and ultrasound machine, in the diagnosis and treatment of various equine musculoskeletal conditions affecting the frontlimbs, hindlimbs, pelvis and the back. This course is suitable for vets from an equine or mixed background who are aiming to improve their knowledge and skills in this area, be it as a recent graduate or as a vet with existing experience.
Conditions affecting the back, pelvis and sacroiliac region are common in the horse and can cause pain, poor performance and lameness. Over the past decade the axial skeleton has been extensively researched; this new knowledge combined with recently published retrospective studies have shed light on these previously poorly understood problems. This two day practical course is suitable for veterinarians from mixed and equine practice who are keen to update their knowledge on the pathophysiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis and up-to-date therapy of back, pelvic and sacroiliac problems in the horse.