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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 November
This course aims to bring delegates up to date with the rapidly expanding field of equine ophthalmology whilst giving the opportunity to learn new ophthalmic surgical and examination techniques in a wet lab with expert tuition on hand.
This 2-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.
This is a 2 day course, consisting of two half days of lectures and two half days of practical sessions.
This meeting is aimed at all practitioners, whether you do purely equine work or just see the odd horse. Anyone could be called out to a foaling emergency, or to a sick foal, and these can be some of the most stressful situations we have to deal with. The evening will take a practical approach to dealing with these situations: what steps to take and when to refer. Essential revision for us all before the foaling season starts.
This evening meeting features two of the world’s leading experts in equine orthopaedics. Sue Dyson will focus on the equine digit, whilst Andrew Bathe will discuss treatments, with a particular interest in the use of biological, such as PRP, ACP, IRAP and Stem Cells.
This one-day practical course, new for 2014, is aimed at equine veterinary nurses who have to handle some laboratory work in their day-to-day practice. The course will cover collection of samples, handling, quality control and health and safety, and provide in-dept information on how to carry out a full range of laboratory tests.
This course is aimed at equine practitioners and mixed animal veterinarians who are interested to learn more about the equine pre-purchase examination and the different ways that it can be handled.
This 2-day highly 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. This course was designed to maximise the learning experience for all attendees with 7 hours of practical sessions (live horses & equine specimens) between both afternoons covering the Examination technique of the back & pelvis, Ultrasonography of the back, Saddle fit assessment, Sacroiliac injection techniques and Ultrasonography of the pelvis & hip in small groups (2 – 4 vets / ultrasound machine).
Events in December
The demographics of the equine population is changing dramatically, and with increasing numbers of horses kept to old age, we have to expect increasing numbers of oncology cases in the population. In spite of oncology being a major human and small animal specialism, oncology in the horse lags behind. This course hopes to address this and heighten interest in this fascinating topic. Day One is an equine practitioner-friendly day, split into lecture and practical sessions. The lecture session will concentrate on the clinical presentation of common neoplasms by body system and then expand to a discussion of treatment options available in practice. Basic surgical and chemotherapeutic techniques will be discussed, including specialist techniques available and when to refer.
The Clinical Equine Oncology course was first run in December 2011 and due to its popularity, is being offered again in 2014 and expanded to a 2-day intensive course. The demographics of the equine population is changing dramatically, and with increasing numbers of horses kept to old age, we have to expect increasing numbers of oncology cases in the population. In spite of oncology being a major human and small animal specialism, oncology in the horse lags behind. This course hopes to address this and heighten interest in this fascinating topic. Day Two is an advanced course for experienced equine clinicians covering detailed discussion of advanced imaging techniques useful in the diagnosis and therapeutic planning of oncology cases, updates on systemic and local chemotherapy and radiation oncology. Comparative sessions with small animal and human oncology specialists will hope to encourage discussion.
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