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Business Theatre - Gallery Suite 18&19
  1. Business Theatre - Gallery Suite 18&19
    Sustainable businesses are not built without an ongoing focus on bringing in new clients - patients die, owners move away and new pets may be registered elsewhere. Increasing your Average Transaction ...
  2. Business Theatre - Gallery Suite 18&19
    Every practice arranges the production of Financial Accounts as the major source of information for people not generally involved in managing the business. Management Accounts provide financial and st ...
  3. Business Theatre - Gallery Suite 18&19
    This lecture looks at what leadership means, how it applies to everyone as individuals and how that works in a team environment. Finding your own authentic leadership style is essential to develop a c ...
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BVA Careers Development
  1. BVA Careers Development
    Whilst a good working knowledge of both the relevant veterinary legislation and our Professional Codes of Conduct is essential, it cannot fully prepare veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses for the almost infinite range of legal, moral, ethical, or regulatory challenges they might face on a daily basis. During this interactive session delegates will be introduced to some thought provoking scenarios and dilemmas that are regularly dealt with by the The VDS and, having selected from a range of possible responses, the audience?s anonymised answers will be discussed in open forum. At the end of the session delegates should either be reassured about their own professional approach or feel empowered to question the established norms with which they were perhaps feeling slightly uncomfortable. At the very least they will return to their practices and view them with a fresh pair of eyes.
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    Most veterinary students start out by wanting to follow a clinical career. A clinical career can be wonderfully fulfilling but we hear much these days about stress and ?burn out?. The early years of a vet?s career can be ?make or break?. There can be key decisions to take, and understanding the choices that may arise is crucial to avoid disappointment further on. A clinical career is not for everyone but understanding the framework and having a good map to navigate through the system should hopefully help those that want to succeed and be happy in a clinical career.
  3. BVA Careers Development
    Most veterinary students start out by wanting to follow a clinical career. A clinical career can be wonderfully fulfilling but we hear much these days about stress and ?burn out?. The early years of a vet?s career can be ?make or break?. There can be key decisions to take, and understanding the choices that may arise is crucial to avoid disappointment further on. A clinical career is not for everyone but understanding the framework and having a good map to navigate through the system should hopefully help those that want to succeed and be happy in a clinical career.
  4. BVA Careers Development
    Most veterinary students start out by wanting to follow a clinical career. A clinical career can be wonderfully fulfilling but we hear much these days about stress and ?burn out?. The early years of a vet?s career can be ?make or break?. There can be key decisions to take, and understanding the choices that may arise is crucial to avoid disappointment further on. A clinical career is not for everyone but understanding the framework and having a good map to navigate through the system should hopefully help those that want to succeed and be happy in a clinical career.
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    Changing identities: Practice, Parliament and Policy Delivery. Anthony will talk about the key factors that have influenced his career choices so far and will give a personal viewpoint on non-clinical career options for vets.
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    Working as a clinical vet, my favourite part of the job was the science communication aspect. Following this interest, I started with a weekly column in a local newspaper and a vet spot on a local radio station. Twenty years on, I spend 80% of time away from my clinic, talking about veterinary science. I write a weekly column for the Daily Telegraph as well as doing regular national radio and television work in Ireland. I have also developed a prominent social media profile. If you enjoy talking and writing about veterinary science, this can be an interesting and stimulating career.
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    Des will present the philosophy and the tools which he teaches in businesses to help develop individuals and teams: . Clarity on the type of culture and values that you want within the business, . A basic understanding of ?human needs? and their role in helping individuals become either engaged and self-motivated or demotivated, stressed, depressed etc . The ability to listen to and speak straight with individuals so there is real dialogue to discuss which technical, human relations or self-management skills are missing from their competencies. . Learn how to encourage individuals to self-learn, by encouraging them to think it out for themselves, using appropriate listening and questioning techniques (TGROW). . Know the difference between managing, mentoring, coaching and training, and be able to use each appropriately . Create and implement a development plan to help individuals become the best that they can be
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    The aim of the presentation is to equip those considering locum work with information on many of the topics that affect working as a locum day to day, from running your own small business to satisfying your CPD budget. We will look at who can locum, how to locum, why people locum, where you can locum and what you need to consider as well as things that are hot topics in the world of locuming today
BVA Farm - Gallery Suite 15&16
  1. BVA Farm - Gallery Suite 15&16
    This presentation will give you the confidence to diagnose, manage and effectively treat common parasites (endo- and ecto- parasites) in camelids.
  2. BVA Farm - Gallery Suite 15&16
    A national mastitis control scheme was launched in the UK in 2009 by a collaboration of the national dairy levy board (AHDB Dairy) and a team of researchers and veterinary surgeons. The launch followed publication of research that showed that implementation of a structured mastitis control plan in 26 herds reduced the proportion of cows affected with mastitis by an average of 20% in 12 months when compared to 26 herds that did not receive the same plan (Green et al., 2007). This research became the AHDB Dairy Mastitis Control Plan (DMCP) and was rolled out to more 1000 herds between 2009 and 2012 during a period of close support from the authors of the research and funding from AHDB Dairy. The initial progress with the scheme and some of the challenges faced have been reported (Green et al., 2012) and a full report of the first three years of the scheme is available online (AHDB Dairy, 2012). Since then, this approach has continued to be used by veterinary surgeons and consultants who have been trained to deliver the DMCP, which has become recognised as a route to mastitis control by the industry, milk buyers and retailers. In addition, bovine mastitis is also one of the most common reasons for the use of antimicrobials in dairy cows (van Werven T 2013), and with the current political drive to reduce antimicrobials in food producing animals the prevention of mastitis on a national scale is now of even greater importance. The UK government has set a target of 50mg/kg Population Corrected Unit (PCU) for antibiotic use in livestock and this raises questions around the current levels of antibiotic used in dairy herds and areas that contribute to this. For example, with mastitis control there is likely to be a large impact with a reduction in the use of both intramammary and parenteral antibiotic use if control of new intramammary infections in the herd is reduced.
  3. BVA Farm - Gallery Suite 15&16
    As in large ruminants, small ruminants such as sheep and goats are at risk of problems related to pregnancy and parturition. With a growing number of small ruminants being kept by non-commercial, and relatively inexperienced, ‘farmers’ it is likely that veterinary intervention will be requested for a range of conditions in these species. Pregnancy and parturition place huge demands on the dam and can contribute to problems or further complicate matters. Although the approach to obstetrical problems in small ruminants is not that different from other species there are some species specific issues that veterinarians and clients need to be aware of, so that the correct interventions can be made at the right time. This talk will discuss a range of problems associated with pregnancy and parturition in small ruminants and will try to cover the wide range of approaches to identifying and correcting an array of common problems as well as the potential complications and sequelae that may follow. We will try identify species differences so that we are armed with suitable approach to whatever we may be faced with in the field.
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    Bovine respiratory disease is costly in both economics and welfare, and can result in high antimicrobial usage. This session aims to provide the evidence base behind prevention and treatment.
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    Improve your confidence with dealing with goat cases, the basic diseases and health planning / disease prevention covered, with plenty of opportunity to discuss common troublesome issues such as disbudding, worming, and use of medicines in goats.
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    This presentation will help you understand what disease threats are out there, how the GB surveillance system works, and what part you as a practising vet can play in it.
BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
  1. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
    The aim of this talk is to give practitioners a systematic approach to the diagnosis and, where practical, treatment of the non-weightbearing horse.  We will cover the most commonly encountered causes of severe lameness, along with some less common but important conditions.  Whilst most horses that are presented with non-weightbearing lameness will have subsolar abscessation, there are many potential causes which, although relatively rare in the general population, require early recognition if a successful outcome is to be achieved or unnecessary suffering avoided. 
    The relevant anatomy and pathological processes will be reviewed, along with the salient points of management of the conditions at the time of the first visit.  There will also be discussion of approach to further diagnosis and treatment and how to avoid some of the common pitfalls of patient and client management in what can be a distressing situation for all concerned."
     
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    Ophthalmic problems are commonly encountered in first opinion practice and the ability to define pathology is key to making appropriate case management decisions. Symptoms consistent with pain and col ...
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    Unravelling the mysteries of the equine mouth – brush up on the anatomy and equipment required along with learning what’s normal and abnormal. 
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    Worm infections are a major threat to the health and welfare of horses.  Overuse and misuse of broad spectrum anthelmintics has led to the development of resistance to several of the chemical classes ...
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    Working up lameness in an ambulatory setting can be time-consuming and daunting: this presentation will address some simple tips on when to start blocking at the yard and when to refer and some basic guidelines on the common pitfalls when working up equine lameness
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    How not to panic when presented with an equine wound. An approach to diagnosis, treatment options and what to do when they don’t heal
     
RVC Clinical Theatre 1
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    Using videos, we will consider patient selection, surgical techniques, and postoperative management for eyelid tumours, cherry eye, and entropion
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    Did you know you can actually measure quality of life in old cats, pets with diabetes or Cushing’s or pets with cancer? Did you know this often changes the treatment recommendations? If you didn’t, you are missing a trick!
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    This session will highlight the most updated information to assist clinicians in their correct approach to diagnosis and management of common cardiac conditions in dogs and cats.
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    You should attend this session if you are thinking When is a pet a senior? Screening tests – which, when and how often? Do I treat or monitor? What about CAMs?
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    Chronic pododermatitis is an increasing common problem. It can be very frustrating to treat. Effective management relies on a thorough understanding of the trigger factors in each case. 
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RVC Clinical Theatre 2
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    Respiratory diseases can require emergency stabilization or develop into syndromes that are frustrating for owners and veterinarians alike.  Balancing diagnostic testing versus use of rational empiric therapy can be challenging
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    Antimicrobial resistance affects us all; without effective drugs there are no cures. This presentation will help anyone wanting to improve their practice and become an advocate for antimicrobial stewardship.
  3. RVC Clinical Theatre 2
    Osteoarthritis is common, enduring and difficult to manage. This lecture look at current and new options, such as stem cells, and help you develop treatment programmes and evaluate their impact. 
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    A lot changes in 10 years! Using case examples, this session will review a number of diseases important to small animal practice that either didn’t seem to exist a decade ago or didn’t feature prominently on our differential diagnosis lists.
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    Canine keratoconjunctivitis sicca is common and typically responsive to cyclosporine. We will discuss routine management of KCS but emphasize diagnosis and treatment of cases that don’t respond to cyclosporine alone.
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    This lecture will update delegates about the wider spectrum of hyperthyroid disease currently recognised and consider how current treatment options enable better tailoring of treatment to the individual pet and owner
RVC Clinical Theatre 3
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    Radioiodine, the gold standard treatment for feline hyperthyroidism, is becoming increasingly available across the UK. This lecture will answer common questions about radioiodine, to enable vets to consider this treatment option for their patients and clients
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    The importance of discussing neutering options with dog owners is highlighted in survey results that show age and gender differences amongst vets and nurses that recommended routine surgical neutering.
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    In this session, attendees will hone their skills in localizing the lesion in animals with cough, sneezing, or respiratory difficulty in order to manage diagnostic testing efficiently.  Treatment strategies will be discussed that can be immediately implemented in practice.
     
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    Providing the best patient care involves accessing the right knowledge at the right time in a complex clinical environment. This session will explore how checklists and guidelines have an important role to play.
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    This session will highlight the clinical significance of coughing in dogs and explain some common misconceptions that can potentially lead to a inaccurate diagnosis or inappropriate treatments.
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    Patellar luxations are common and come in a variety of severities. This lecture will help you decide with confidence which ones need surgery and how to get the best outcomes.
RVC Equine 1
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    This presentation will help you to understand why it is important to compliment the large amounts of information obtained with advanced diagnostic imaging in the equine foot with a thorough clinical work-up. 
  3. RVC Equine 1
    Donkeys are a globally important species as well as being valued  companion animals in the UK. A good quality of life is integral to their welfare and health. 
  4. RVC Equine 1
    A practical ‘how to’ guide for practitioners on how to recognize cervical pain in horses, what differential diagnoses to consider, what diagnostic tests to perform; and what treatment modalities are available
     
  5. RVC Equine 1
    Diagnostic imaging is a crucial part of lameness investigations. Clinical features as well as the response to diagnostic local anaesthesia help to determine the significance of imaging findings. The c ...
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    Treatment with oral omeprazole is associated with low success rates resulting in the use of alternatives. This presentation reviews what is known about EGGD with a focus on the evidence for different treatment options.  
RVC Equine 2
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    Sacroiliac issues commonly come up in discussions between horse owners, trainers and riders but some vets feel ill-equipped to be able to provide sensible, logical advice. This lecture aims to demystify a complex issue.
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    Common areas of confusion that arise in the interpretation of laboratory results will be discussed including diagnosis of strangles, diagnosis and management of PPID and EMS and interpretation of lower airway washes
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    Ponies are not small horses and many differences between the two types exist. Ponies suffer from different subsets of colic lesions than horses and knowing this will help the practitioner.
Business Theatre - Gallery Suite 18&19
  1. Business Theatre - Gallery Suite 18&19
    Recruitment and retention has never been more important, with over 50% of veterinary practices reporting a shortfall of staff in 2017. The profession is struggling to meet the need. This session will define veterinary leadership and why it matters for recruitment and retention. We will examine what type of leadership is, and isn’t, needed in today’s practice to attract and connect with potential team members; build a positive reputation; and progress autonomy, mastery and purpose for the team, ensuring individual career satisfaction and movement towards the common business purpose. Learning outcomes: • Understand the definition and purpose of leadership • Appreciate the core elements of effective short, medium and long-term recruitment and retention • Reflect on the positive and negative effect of leadership behaviours on recruitment and retention • Identify areas for further progression and development within your veterinary business
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BVA Careers Development
  1. BVA Careers Development
    In practice our time is constantly in demand, and it is so easy to let life happen to you, having your time controlled by everyone, and everything, other than YOU! Do you end some days feeling exhausted, not quite sure where the time went? It is so easy to simply try and pedal harder and faster, neglecting vital time to re-boot. Failure to re-boot can decrease performance, thus it becomes a vicious circle, leading to stress and an overwhelming feeling of things happening to you, rather being in control of your own time. Practice is busy, and even when you have a break from the clinical load there is always something to do and people to answer to. Having those moments in practice to press pause and either think clearly, or take time to truly re-boot, can be a challenge. Without making time for this, we end up allowing work to filter through into our home life. Rendering us unable to switch off, worrying at night about work-related problems or outstanding work and this affects our home life, sleep and health. In this session we will identify practical tools and strategies to press pause, think and proactively manage our time, thoughts, feelings and behaviours. So that no matter what hurdles you face on a day to day basis, you can remain more in control and take back the control of your work, emotions and behaviours.
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    If you want a payrise, how do you discuss it confidently with your manager? Do you understand how to demonstrate your contribution against the backdrop of the whole practice financial performance?
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    Most practices take students for EMS, and we often hear from vets and students that it could be more structured. With results from AVS? first EMS Experience Survey, we have an exclusive insight into what students look to gain from their EMS, as well as reflective views from graduates. EMS placements can be very variable, so AVS want to open the discussion with vets so together we can optimise EMS placements for both students and vets in practice. The second part will run as a panel discussion with veterinary students, a representative in practice and Dr. Mandisa Greene from RCVS.
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    Most practices take students for EMS, and we often hear from vets and students that it could be more structured. With results from AVS? first EMS Experience Survey, we have an exclusive insight into what students look to gain from their EMS, as well as reflective views from graduates. EMS placements can be very variable, so AVS want to open the discussion with vets so together we can optimise EMS placements for both students and vets in practice. The second part will run as a panel discussion with veterinary students, a representative in practice and Dr. Mandisa Greene from RCVS.
BVA Farm - Gallery Suite 15&16
  1. BVA Farm - Gallery Suite 15&16
    This presentation aims to familiarise the general practitioner with how to approach common pet chicken presentations in everyday mixed practice. The pet chicken is becoming increasingly popular and providing an individual patient approach to these birds is essential. The presentation will allow delegates to return to their practice with the knowledge to effectively examine, diagnose and treat the five most common presentations in pet chickens. There will also be a section about safe and legal dispensing for pet chickens and how to avoid pitfall. 
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    A collaborative approach to changing the hearts and minds of farmers: Explore how you can make your work with farmers more effective and your farmer meetings more productive. “Antibiotics Anonymous” F ...
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    Digital dermatitis is a grumbling issue for many farmers, but armed with a plan of attack you can make a big difference in a short space of time.   
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    Parasites are very important in the sheep industry and the veterinary surgeon is seen as a trusted source of advice. However, as many vets do not discuss them regularly with their clients, it is easy to become out of touch. This session aims to address this.
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    The session aims to be engaging and interactive, using recent research findings and the experience in the audience. It will encourage you to evaluate your current practice and advice regarding vaccination on farm and give you the opportunity to identify strengths and weaknesses in those areas
BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
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    Techniques for dealing with the non-compliant equine patient that are faster, safer and less stressful than those traditionally taught.
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    How to deal with the colic case when presented in first opinion practice. • How to assess a colic case • What treatment options are appropriate and when • Fluid therapy in the field • When to refer  
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    Skin tumours (eg sarcoids and melanomas) are common in horses, but can be difficult to manage. This talk will give practical advice on how to deal with these troublesome lesions.
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    With the rapid growth over recent years of equine clinics and hospitals offering a sophisticated theatre setting, equine field anaesthesia is probably carried out far less frequently. However, there may be logistical or financial constraints, which make anaesthesia “in the field” the only reasonable option. Moreover, the circumstances, such as an entrapment, may necessitate the need to perform “emergency” general anaesthesia in the field. Trying to replicate the theatre setting, such as monitors, drapes, fluid lines & anaesthetic circuits in the “field” situation is, in my opinion, unwise. The introduction of complex equipment will unduly prolong downtime and the potential risk associated with it & it will also pre-occupy the attending veterinary surgeon, who may be working without “professional” assistance. However, the reduction in the complexity / sophistication of the anaesthetic technique being used does not preclude the need for informed owner consent or thorough pre-anaesthetic patient assessment. “Field anaesthesia” should, in my opinion, rely upon the use of readily metabolisable intravenous agents only, so-called Total Intravenous Anaesthesia (TIVA), which in itself compels the use of an in-dwelling intravenous catheter. If available, your choice of setting where to undertake the procedure must allow for the unpredictable nature of induction of and recovery from general anaesthesia.
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    During the talk, the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of a number of common castration complications that may be encountered in equine practice will be discussed in an aim to prepare clinicians for when ‘routine’ equine castrations become complicated.
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    The session will offer the latest evidence based approach to diagnosis, treatment and prevention of strangles with a focus on the practical and sensitive handling of a strangles outbreak
RVC Clinical Theatre 1
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    Come and learn about 3 new monitoring techniques for endocrine disease which will make your life easier and your clients happier and their animals better. 
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    When an ulcer hasn’t healed at the recheck, there is a tendency to become frustrated. This discussion will provide a logical approach to turning these frustrating cases into success stories. 
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    This session will provide top tips on diagnosis, stabilisation and prognostic factors for the GDV patient and also cover detailed surgical technique, including derotation and gastropexy procedures.
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    Respiratory diseases can require emergency stabilization or develop into syndromes that are frustrating for owners and veterinarians alike.  Balancing diagnostic testing versus use of rational empiric therapy can be challenging
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    Dental extractions: Should I stay or should I go? Can and should this tooth be saved? If so: why, when, how and by whom?
RVC Clinical Theatre 2
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    In this session, attendees will hone their skills in localizing the lesion in animals with cough, sneezing, or respiratory difficulty in order to manage diagnostic testing efficiently.  Treatment strategies will be discussed that can be immediately implemented in practice.
     
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    Should vets have any responsibility for owners’ quality of life? This session will explore that topic by examining the latest research into quality of life of pets and their people
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    The causes and consequences of vomiting in dogs and cats can range from clinically inconsequential to life threatening. It is essential therefore that the clinician has a robust and rapid way to asses ...
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    All vets in practice have a legal and ethical requirement to treat indigenous wildlife casualties. This lecture will help you to do that effectively.
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    There are many diagnostic tests that are available to us in-house for emergencies. The goal is for them to assist with our clinical reasoning, to achieve a diagnosis and effect appropriate treatment for our patients. For emergent cases it is prudent to consider how is this going to affect how you manage your patient and the therapies that take precedent. 
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    Come and learn why relative adrenal insufficiency may, or may not, be a good concept in primary care practice. Or is just a clever excuse to give steroids?
RVC Clinical Theatre 3
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    All vets in practice have a legal and ethical requirement to treat indigenous wildlife casualties. This lecture will help you to do that effectively.
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    Have you ever had toothache? Yes. Did you stop eating? No. Many of our patients have undiagnosed dental pain. Learn how to become a dental pain detective at this lecture!
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    Whether you are new to emergency work or a seasoned professional there are lessons to be learnt from all of our emergency cases and their management.  
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    Surely there’s nothing new to learn about dog and cat preventative healthcare consultations, right? Wrong!  This session will present the very latest evidence on how to optimise these common consultations. 
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    Feline conjunctivitis is typically due to feline herpesvirus or Chlamydia. We will discuss what lab tests to run and the very best antiviral and antichlamydial drugs available.
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    This session will provide top tips to optimise your exploratory laparotomy, with detailed surgical techniques, including abdominal approach and systematic exploration and step by step details of biopsy procedures.
RVC Equine 1
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    This session will be useful for clinicians dealing with broodmares. The ultrasonographic features of the transitional mare will be discussed along with up to date options in the management of these cases.
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    Modern equine veterinary dentistry is highly visual and practical , and this case based workshop is designed to be the same, to give  practical tips and inspiration to diagnose and treat equine dental diseases.

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    Nerve blocks are one of the easiest, most useful and rewarding procedures utilised by lameness clinicians. However, every now and then frustration arises. Sometimes a simple review of the simplest techniques can provide a fresh perspective
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    Equine grass sickness remains one of the most feared and fatal diseases of horses/ponies in northern Europe. This session will provide attendees with an overview of the latest practically applicable information on the disease. 
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    This session is designed to inspire confidence in common practical procedures by carefully explaining how to perform them and when they will yield helpful results. My aim is that each delegate will walk away knowing exactly how to perform these techniques in an assured manner and when are they most likely to be applied effectively
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    To help us best promote your session in our printed materials where we are limited on space, please provide up to 30 words to give the reader an immediate understanding as to why they should attend your session This session aims to demystify ultrasonography of the equine abdomen. Learn how to get the most from your scanner and interpret images in common conditions such as weight loss and colic.
     
RVC Equine 2
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    This session is aimed at all vets who carry our pre-purchase examination. This interactive case-based session will cover many of the areas which frequently cause problems, even for experienced vets   ...
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    A short summary on the use of pain assessment methods, pain physiology and management in horses
     
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    A lively session providing attendees with a field based approach to the investigation, treatment and prognostication of problems affecting the equine upper airway based on up to date evidence.
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    This session will be useful for clinicians dealing with mares to be bred to frozen semen but also improve one’s knowledge about ovulation induction agent options. The ultrasonographic features of the pre-ovulatory follicle and signs of impending ovulation will be discussed.
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    This presentation is an overview of the main rehabilitation tools available to the equine practitioners. After a brief description of each technique, their main use and indications will be discussed more specifically with an emphasis on how they can be integrated daily into practice.
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    Techniques for dealing with the non-compliant equine patient that are faster, safer and less stressful than those traditionally taught.

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