About the Course
Join us to discuss and develop your knowledge of emergency management of major equine medical emergencies.
Our panel of world-renowned speakers will present real cases which will enable us to discuss novel and different approaches to treatment. We aim to convert recent literature and scientific knowledge into practical advice for case management.
We are delighted to welcome Dr Andy Simpson, GP, chair of the Medical Equestrian Association and lead doctor at Gatcombe horse trials and Cheltenham races- his main interests are pre-hospital trauma and major incident management and he brings a unique view to our equine jump side injury management.
Key Learning Objectives
- Review current knowledge on most effective treatments for equine medical emergencies.
- Gain an understanding of treatment of human medical emergencies.
- Improve your ability to treat and assess severe equine medical emergencies in the hospital or field setting.
- Emily Floyd BVSc, DipACVIM, MRCVS
- Monica Aleman, MVZ Cert., PhD, Dipl. ACVIM (LAIM, Neurology), California
- Celia Marr, BVMS, MVM, PhD, DEIM, DipECEIM, FRCVS, Newmarket
- Peter Morresey, BVSc, MVM, MACVSc, Dipl. ACT, ACVIM, CVA, Kentucky, USA
- Scott Pirie DipECEIM, CertEM(int med) CertEP MRCVS
- Andy Simpson MB. ChB. MRCGP. MRCP, Glos UK
- Member price £95
- Non Member price £190
Course programme will be available here soon.
Terms & Conditions
If BEVA are required to cancel or postpone a course for any reason, you can opt to receive a full refund or receive a credit for a future BEVA CPD course (valid for a year from the date of issue).
A full refund will be made, less a 10% administration charge, if cancellation is more than 6 weeks before the start of the course.
A refund cannot be guaranteed if cancellation is less than 6 weeks before the start of the course. A refund will be made if BEVA can resell the place, less a 20% administration charge.
All delegates must have appropriate liability and professional indemnity insurance.
Delegates must bring appropriate safety wear (coveralls, hard hats, boots etc) to courses involving practical sessions.
BEVA may pass contact details of delegates to the organisers or sponsors of the course unless the delegate has specified otherwise.
All delegates self-certify that they are a qualified veterinary surgeon or veterinary nurse and qualified to undertake the procedures being taught. Where the delegate is in training for such a qualification BEVA must be made aware of their training status at the time of booking.
By registering for this event, you accept the above terms and conditions.