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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: info@beva.org.uk

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Events in January
This brand new course has been created specifically for equine veterinary nurses and is designed to improve skills levels in several key areas of equine care.
Events in March
Taking in a tour of the Animal Health Trust, this Regional Meeting will also cover Radiotherapy, Ophthalmology, Laboratory Techniques and Imaging.
Foal Care 19/03/2015
The course is aimed at new graduates, mixed and equine practitioners without clinic/hospital support who have to deal with some stud work and foals. The course aims to have a very practical approach concentrating on the first opinion situation. The course will run over two days with lectures in the morning and practical sessions in the afternoon. The topics have been selected to cover the normal and the abnormal situations of the peripartum period, with a view to providing the delegate with a basis for dealing with most situations that may arise. All the lectures will be based upon practical experience and practical approaches. The course dinner will be held on the evening of day one, which will feature a Welsh male voice choir and a disco, and is included in the course fee.
These workshops are designed for those who, perhaps, do not spend all their professional time working with horses. Previous delegates have ranged from new graduates, wishing to extend their reach with regard to equine practice, right through to senior members who have felt the need to update their knowledge. The subject covers an area, which has caused much concern in recent years, hence the inclusion of a speaker from the Veterinary Defence Society. The practical programme will include examining horses with particular reference to wind, eyes, heart, ageing, flexion tests, conformation, intended use and much more… NB: you will need your ophthalmoscope, stethoscope and suitable outdoor clothing
These workshops are designed for those who, perhaps, do not spend all their professional time working with horses. Previous delegates have ranged from new graduates, wishing to extend their reach with regard to equine practice, right through to senior members who have felt the need to update their knowledge. The subject covers an area, which has caused much concern in recent years, hence the inclusion of a speaker from the Veterinary Defence Society. The practical programme will include examining horses with particular reference to wind, eyes, heart, ageing, flexion tests, conformation, intended use and much more… NB: you will need your ophthalmoscope, stethoscope and suitable outdoor clothing
Events in April
This workshop will discuss the latest clinical research findings for common disorders of the equine respiratory tract and provide practical and up to date management/treatment options.
Practical ultrasonography of the stifle, hock and digital flexor tendon sheath.
Events in May
This BEVA approved course is suitable for delegates who wish to improve their ultrasound diagnostic skills and learn more about this diagnostic tool from a panel of eminent veterinary surgeons who are renowned in their respective fields of expertise.
This popular one-day equine cardiology course is being offered again in 2015. This is a practical course and covers all the commonly encountered cardiovascular abnormalities in horses. Emphasis is placed on auscultation and hands-on interpretation of clinical findings using horses with cardiac abnormalities brought into the racing school. The course includes over 3 hours of practical case examination and case discussion of horses affected with all of the common cardiac abnormalities that you are likely to encounter in general practice, so please bring suitable clothing and your stethoscope. The course is ideal for equine practitioners and RCVS cardiology certificate candidates.
This course, timed to follow directly after Practical Equine Cardiology, is designed to teach veterinary surgeons how to scan the horse’s heart. Delegate numbers for this long-running and highly-popular course are kept small to ensure maximum exposure to case material. Please register early to avoid disappointment as this course always sells out.
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