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Webinar Series: Equine Fundamentals

Royal Veterinary College

1 year ago

Date: Tuesday 16th April, 2024 - Tuesday 23rd April, 2024
Start time: 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Duration: 1 hour(s)
Cost: £50

About this course
Do you feel you have some gaps in your knowledge about everyday equine ailments? Do you worry whether you’re up-to-date with new techniques?

This new set of webinars aims to expand on the courses delivered over previous years to give equine practitioners the most up-do-date information on a range of common equine ailments. The lectures will provide practical information with case examples. The whole course of webinars can be purchased or individual webinars as a “pick and mix” option.

Why do this course?
You will receive up-to-date, in depth and practical information in each subject area from a team of highly experienced and informed tutors.

Webinar topics
Tuesday 16th April: Oh no, I think it’s ataxic! A practical approach to the neurological examination of the horse
Tuesday 23rd April: Pharmacological management of equine insulin dysregulation: Are SGLT2 inhibitors the magic answer?
Tuesday 30th April: Introduction to ultrasound guided injections
Tuesday 7th May: Managing acute and chronic laminitis
Tuesday 14th May: Equine gastric ulcer conundrums: Squamous gastric disease
Tuesday 21st May: Equine gastric ulcer conundrums: Glandular gastric disease
The webinars will run from 12:30pm to 1:30pm London time.

Who is it for?

Equine vets

The Speakers

Andy Fiske-Jackson, BVSc MVetMed DipECVS FHEA MRCVSAssociate Professor of Equine SurgeryThe Royal Veterinary CollegeJenny Reed, BVMS DipACVIM (LAIM) MRCVSLecturer in Equine MedicineThe Royal Veterinary College

The Venue


Number of CPD hours this event can be recorded as

1 hours

Registration and Booking

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