All ‘Other CPD’ courses advertised on this page are not endorsed/supported specifically by BCVA.
This practical course on bovine endoscopy, is conference room based and involves a maximum of 8 delegates.
Ultrasound examination is the most under-used diagnostic technique in farm animal practice yet it often yields significant information that cannot be gleaned from a detailed clinical examination.
Mastitis theory and epidemiology, including milking machine function are discussed in detail. During the two farm visits, delegates will familiarise themselves with the milking machine, learn how to carry out simple tests and understand how the machine interacts with udder health.
Topics covered range from informing a client that the only option is to slaughter when they were expecting a different outcome, to dealing with anger and complaints against colleagues.
Hone in on ultrasound fertility examinations and clinical assessments, through a practical and interactive course. This course on bovine ultrasonography is farm and classroom based and involves a maximum of 6 delegates.
VET19 is an unrivalled event within the veterinary calendar, where the international veterinary community can meet to share progress and overcome challenges in evidence-based practice.
The challenge for veterinary surgeons involved in herd health planning is to provide a service that improves and safeguards the productivity of their clients’ herds.
This course is tailored towards veterinary surgeons and dairy farm advisors who wish to develop their understanding of dairy youngstock nutrition from birth through to first calving.
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