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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 July
This informative and practical course will focus entirely on gold standard bandaging. Led by wound expert Georgie Hollis and her team of equine bandaging experts, this course will focus on evidence-based theory associated with bandaging. There will also be a practical session so that delegates can practice what they have learnt in the theory sessions.
This course is designed for veterinary surgeons dealing with equids in practice and will develop the practitioner’s skills in handling difficult horses using the objective, evidence-based principles of equitation science.
Events in August
This course will present detailed and up to date information about the pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of surgical diseases of the teeth and paranasal sinuses in the horse. The lectures, demonstrations and case discussions are aimed at surgical residents and equine vets with an interest in dental and sinus surgery. The course will be limited to 16 delegates, which will allow the participants to perform cadaver surgeries under the guidance of 3 experts in the field.
This informative and practical course will focus entirely on gold standard bandaging. Led by wound expert Georgie Hollis and her team of equine bandaging experts, this course will focus on evidence-based theory associated with bandaging. There will also be a practical session so that delegates can practice what they have learnt in the theory sessions.
This two day practical course has been developed for equine veterinarians and mixed animal practitioners with a working knowledge in the field of equine gynaecology and provides a critical update on the management of mares for natural breeding / artificial insemination, on different causes that lead to mares being barren and how to investigate and treat these problems (incl. hysteroscopy). The 2nd day will focus on the pregnant mare with foetal sexing, different pregnancy-related problems and peri-partum emergencies (incl. dystocia & retained foetal membranes etc.).
This lecture-based course is aimed at veterinarians and the more experienced EDT who wish to sit the BEVA/BVDA EDT examination in the future. The course will cover all the theory needed for the theory section of the EDT Exam. At the end of day two the EDT exam will be discussed in detail highlighting the reasons for previous exam failures. Comprehensive notes are included in the course fee, which are essential reading when preparing to sit the EDT exam.
This lecture-based course is aimed at veterinarians and the more experienced EDT who wish to sit the BEVA/BVDA EDT examination in the future. The course will cover all the theory needed for the theory section of the EDT Exam. At the end of day two the EDT exam will be discussed in detail highlighting the reasons for previous exam failures. Comprehensive notes are included in the course fee, which are essential reading when preparing to sit the EDT exam.
Events in September
The course will review the current concepts and recent research findings of the pathobiology and diagnosis of traumatic and post-traumatic joint diseases, and translate this into practical, clinically relevant information for the veterinary practitioner.
BEVA Congress 2016 07/09/2016
Europe's largest equine veterinary Conference
The importance of ophthalmology to the clinician undertaking equine work is therefore undeniable and yet most veterinarians received only limited training in this area whilst in vet school or as a young assistant. This practically-oriented course is intended to help equine clinicians to learn about the most important and common problems in the equine eye and to gain confidence in how to deal with these conditions and how to interpret their findings. Extra time will be available after lectures for discussion and attendees are encouraged to interact with the speakers in open and frank conversations.