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Calving Conundrums: Time To Get Hands-on!

Royal Veterinary College

3 months ago
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Date: Wednesday 2nd October, 2024 - Wednesday 2nd October, 2024
Start time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Duration: 1 hour(s)
Cost: £350

Key Areas
Practical calving course covering malpresentations, twisted uterus, foetotomy and caesarean
How to communicate well with clients to avoid common communication pitfalls
Post calving care (for both the calf and cow) including post op care following caesareans
Epidural administration with practical simulation
Hands on wet lab – Utrecht pattern suturing practical
Embryotomy discussion and practice wire placement in utero

About this course

A hands-on calving course aimed at the new graduate vet in practice.

This course offers new graduates the opportunity to immerse themselves in case discussions about calving. Delegates will also be able to get hands-on calving practice with our state-of-the-art life-size cow simulator model, allowing practice of malpresentations under guidance as well as the use of calving aids. Additionally, a wet-lab session on uterine suturing technique will give the opportunity to practice and hone c-sections skills in a practical manner.

Why do this course?
This course will enable you to feel confident in both the practical aspects of calving as well as the skills needed to communicate with your clients.

Who is it for?

vets

The Speakers

Stephanie Prior, BVetMed CertAVP MRCVS<br /> Senior Clinical Training Scholar<br /> Torch Farm Vets<br /> <br /> Beth Reilly, BVetMed PGDipVCP PGCertVetEd FHEA MRCVS<br /> Farm Animal Teaching Fellow<br /> The Royal Veterinary College

Number of CPD hours this event can be recorded as

7 hours

Registration and Booking

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