You can browse below our upcoming courses below.
Fundamentals of Gastroenterology
Part of the BEVA Fundamentals series this day course will discuss the common gastro-intestinal conditions seen in general practice. Emphasis will be on using history and clinical examination to help determine the best diagnostic approach driven by evidence-based medicine.
Endoscopy and Sampling of the Guttural Pouch
A day undertaking and practising sampling of the guttural pouch in horses alongside some short clinical presentations.
This course aims to cover the common donkey problems seen by UK vets – including how to recognise that they are ill, how to manage the over and underweight donkey, and preventative care.
The Equine Emergency – how to keep calm and carry on!
This North East regional meeting is aimed at covering a range of common equine emergencies the first opinion practitioner is likely to see.
Fundamentals of Equine Emergencies
Part of the BEVA Fundamental series this day course will improve decision-making skills in the following emergency scenarios; severe dyspnoea, the recumbent horse, the non-weight bearing lameness and how to approach and manage wounds.
Equine Reproduction at the Next Level: a practical based masterclass
This two-day course is aimed at the equine veterinarian already performing a considerable amount of equine reproduction work.
Irish Equine Reproduction Symposium
This course brings together a panel of world leaders in equine reproduction to discuss the cutting edge in evidence based reproductive medicine and techniques.
Marginal Gains in Equine Practice
This Midlands Regional Meeting comprises of 4 lectures covering a variety of topics within the field of equine medicine.
Modern Equine Dentistry
This is the 2019 update of a course that was run successfully and full for many years, which aims to update improving veterinary graduates in equine practice, experienced veterinarians seeking updated training, and veterinarians with an interest in dentistry.