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Equine Foal Skills For Clinicians

University of Liverpool

10 months ago
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Date: Thursday 9th November, 2023 - Thursday 9th November, 2023
Start time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Cost: £395

Essential skills for vets in ambulatory practice seeing foal cases will be covered. The morning starts with 3 short lectures. After the coffee break we move onto the hands-on sessions and case based discussions will include over-the-wire catheter placement, CPR, foal squeeze- when and how and management flexural deformities in the field.

Learning Outcomes

Develop the knowledge, skills and techniques to manage and treat common problems of foals in ambulatory practice
Develop and demonstrate the ability to utilise point of care and practice laboratory techniques to assess and monitor sick foals


Develop the ability to identify and manage congenital limb deformities


Speakers / Tutors

Charlotte Easton Jones - VetMB, MA, DipACVIM, MRCVS RCVS

Alison Bennell - BVMS CertAVP (EM) MRCVS

Lizzie Halliwell -

Ami Wilson -

Anni Bates - MA, VetMB, MRCVS

Chris Baldwin - BVetMed CertAVP (ESST) MRCVS

Sarah Stoneham - BVSc Cert ESM MRCVS


This workshop is suitable for ambulatory vets wishing to develop practical skills and techniques used in the management of foal cases skills as well as those working towards the RCVS CertAVP Equine Stud Medicine and C-E 11 or C-E17 Module.

Who is it for?

This practical one-day workshop will cover essential foal skills for clinicians working in ambulatory practice. The morning starts with 3 lectures and the rest of the day is a mix of hands-on small group practical skills sessions and case-based discussions.

Number of CPD hours this event can be recorded as

7 hours

Registration and Booking

Click here to reserve your place


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