Our Clinical Catch-Ups provide free informal, 'at the pub' style CPD for BEVA members. Run once a month, we ask a leading name to present on a particular topic followed by a general discussion for everyone to get involved in.
Fernando Malalana, University of Liverpool, will provide an update on eyes during the April Clinical Catch-Up. He will be discussing what's new in uveitis and asking what else can we do?
Henry O'Neill, Donnington Grove, will share his top tips on how to block and inject joints as safely as possible.
Ever wondered if you should worry about that murmur? In the June Clinical Catch-Up John Keen, Edinburgh Vet School, discusses what murmurs sound like and how to decide when we should worry.
Hayley Chidwell from Newmarket Equine Hospital guides us through abdominal scanning- with live demos and video feeds- come along and freshen up your scanning know-how!
Lucy Grieve and Professor Cathy McGowan host our March Clinical Catch-Up to discuss laminitis. During the live evening discussion they will discuss fine tuning and new twists on old ideas to treat, manage and support these cases on the yard.
Sarah Smith discusses how we can manage and treat liver disease in horses
Matt Robin, Rainbow Equine Hospital, discusses equine asthma at our November 2020 Clinical Catch Up
Fran James from Newmarket Equine Hospital will be leading out February Clinical Catch Up on Joint Medication. During the live meeting Fran will discuss the ins and outs of joint medication including what's available, when to use it and when not to.
Catch up with Ian Camm, David Green, Graham Potts to discuss some of the common PPE problem findings and how to approach them. This will be a case based panel discussion session.
David Sutton and Holly Rees discuss lead toxicity in the October Clinical Catch Up
Andy Fiske-Jackson, RVC, takes us on a practical tour of DFTS during the September Clinical Catch Up
Dave Rendle and Sarah Gough join us for the August Clinical Catch Up on Lab Conundrums.
Jamie Prutton, Liphook Equine Hospital, joins us for our first clinical catch up to discuss the usefulness of lab analysis in poor performance cases.