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For Equine Vets Everywhere

BEVA Approved: The Problem Mare

25 Feb 2021 12:00 - 13:00

Online Course,

book iconAbout the Course

This seven week online course will cover important aspects of the problem mare with “lunch and learn” seminars every Thursday lunchtime from 14 January to 25 February 2021.

Internationally recognised specialists in equine reproduction and clinical research will give 45 minute presentations on a range of topics surrounding advanced gynaecology. The floor will then be opened to participants in a 15 minute Q&A session.
The seminars are recorded and available to course participants on demand.

We recommend you register a week before a live session to ensure you receive the joining link on time. All recordings will be available to delegates until 31 March 2021.

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thinking iconSeminar Topics

  • Management of A.I. with chilled and frozen semen in problem mares
  • Ovarian abnormalities in the mare
  • Hysteroscopy in the barren mare
  • Clinical aspects of endometritis
  • Recent research in endometritis
  • Comparison of Success Rates in Embryo Transfer and OPU-ICSI

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  • Jutta Sielhorst, ReproTraining, Germany

speaker iconCourse Speakers

  • Karen Wolfsdorf, Hagyard, Kentucky, USA
  • Tom Stout, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands
  • Jutta Sielhorst, ReproTraining, Germany
  • Marta De Rujter, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands
  • James Crabtree, Equine Reproductive Services, UK
  • Natali Krekeler, University of Melbourne, Australia
  • Anthony Claes, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands

price iconCourse Fees

  • BEVA/GPM/SIVE/AAEP/AVA members €260 (plus VAT)
  • Non members €350 (plus VAT)
  • Veterinary students €140

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price iconWhat is a BEVA Approved course?

By attending courses with the BEVA Approved stamp you can be sure that you will be undertaking CPD of the highest quality. 

All BEVA Approved courses are reviewed and approved by the BEVA Education Committee. The committee confirm the course meets BEVA's high CPD standards and that the course will be highly beneficial to equine veterinary professionals who attend.

Please be aware, BEVA do not take bookings for BEVA Approved Courses and all enquiries should be made directly with the organiser.

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