Who is the course for?
Part of our Fundamentals of Equine Practice series, these ten courses are designed to equip those keen to establish themselves in equine practice with the skills they need.
It is an ideal course for new and recent graduates as well as those returning to the equine industry.
About the Course
Join us for this day course where we will be discussing common gastro-intestinal conditions seen in general practice. The whole day will be centred around practical sessions and case-based discussions to ensure you receive a grounding in gastroenterology in general practice.
Prior to the practical day you will be provided with online learning resources that we would recommend completing before attending the day. These online lectures will provide you with the theory to be able to confidently complete the practical day.
Through the lectures and practical sessions this course will ensure you are able to determine the best diagnostic approach driven by evidence-based medicine and you will receive plenty of interaction with our course speakers to ensure you get the most out of the day and learn from some of the best in the profession.
Following this course you will be able to:Confidently examine, form and carry out a plan for a horse with abdominal pain, choke, liver disease, weight loss or diarrhoea.
Know how to carry out further investigations, including where indicated basic abdominal ultrasound.
Formulate yard specific biosecurity plans for a tailored worming plan.
Have confidence in their decision to refer.
Practical sessions will include how to approach peritoneal taps and the different techniques and FLASH ultrasound alongside case scenarios including creating biosecurity plans and how to assess clinical pathology results.
Great course. Really loved practicing ultrasound scanning the abdomen and talking through cases.
- 2021 Delegate
Key Learning Objectives
- Consolidate basic clinical knowledge and understanding of choke, gastric ulceration and impaction, liver disease, diarrhoea, weight loss and colic.
- Assess a horse with abdominal pain and formulate a plan for investigation and management.
- Identify potential infectious diarrhoea cases and how to treat them.
- Formulate and implement biosecurity plans for suspected diarrhoea cases.
- Confidently create a tailored yard worming programme.
- Know when and how to refer.
- Jamie Prutton BSc (Hons), BVSc, MRCVS, DipACVIM, DipECEIM
Practical Day Speakers
- Julie Potier DVM,MRCVS
- Jamie Prutton BSc (Hons) BVSc DipACVIM DipECEIM MRCVS
- Victoria South MA Vet MB CertAVP(EM) DipECEIM MRCVS
- Rachel Tucker BSc, MVetMed, CertAVP(ESO), DECVS, MRCVS
Online Lecture Speakers
- Dickie Hepburn BVSc MS CertEM(IntMed) DipACVIM(LA) FRCVS
- Member price £330
- Non Member price £660
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Terms & Conditions
You will be required to sign that you are COVID-19 symptom free on arrival at the venue.
- If you book a place on a BEVA CPD course and are unable to attend due to any COVID-19 related issue you will receive a credit for the amount you paid. This credit can be used for any BEVA CPD and will be valid for a year from the date of issue. Please contact us as soon as possible if you are unable to attend a course.e
- 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.