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Webinar Plus: Equine dermatology
Monday 1st to New in 2021 Sunday 28th November
What’s the current approach to to equine skin diseases? Find out how to to accurately diagnose and effectively manage skin conditions in in horses This course has been designed to provide practitioners with the tools to to work up and effectively manage the array of skin conditions encountered in horses Why do this course?
This course is is aimed at at new graduates and advanced practitioners alike The focus will be on on practical yet thorough diagnostic workups and practical treatment options Key areas
Pruritus in the horse • Parasitic and infectious itchy skin diseases • Non allergic causes of pruritis
Equine Allergies
• Diagnosing allergic skin disease • Long term management of allergic patients • Use of glucocorticoids in the horse • Sweet itch Lumps and bumps
• Sarcoids
• Melanomas
• Neoplastic differential diagnoses • Non-neoplastic skin tumours
Course details
Course Course type: Webinar Plus with a a a live weekly Q&A session Course format: A A mixture of pre-recorded weekly weekly webinars (which can be reviewed throughout the course) live weekly Q&A sessions with the tutors self-assessment exercises case-based discussions supplementary reading material and tutor-moderated online discussion forums Course length: Four weeks
CPD hours: Up to to 16
Relevant to to CertAVP modules: Equine Practice (B-EP 3) Equine Equine (C-E 3) Equine Equine Dermatology (C-VD 4)
Course fee: £349
Please see our website rvc ac uk/cpd for further details
about our our Webinar Plus courses Tutors
Ross Bond BVM&S PhD DVD DipECVD MRCVS Professor of of Veterinary Dermatology RVC
Andy Fiske-Jackson BVSc MVetMed DipECVS FHEA MRCVS Senior Lecturer in in Equine Surgery RVC
Mike Hewetson BSc BVSc CertEM DipECEIM MRCVS Senior Lecturer in in in Equine Medicine RVC
Anette Loeffler DrMedVet PhD DVD DipECVD FHEA MRCVS Associate Professor of of Veterinary Dermatology RVC
Nicola Menzies-Gow MA VetMB PhD DipECEIM CertEM (Int med) FHEA MRCVS Reader in in in Equine Medicine RVC
10 Equine practice
Webinars: Equine acupuncture rehabilitation and physiotherapy
Various dates in November
New in 2021 How can acupuncture rehabilitation and physiotherapy
be integrated effectively in in in your daily equine practice?
This webinar series will describe the the use of physiotherapy
and acupuncture in in in rehabilitation particularly in in in cases of chronic pain It will specifically discuss recognition of chronic pain pathophysiology and how acupuncture can help its management It will then go over some rehabilitation and physiotherapy
management of pain with discussion of specific selected conditions both from a a a veterinary and physiotherapy
point of view Why do this course?
These webinars are for veterinarians rehabilitation practitioners and physiotherapists interested in in in learning more about the the use of acupuncture and physiotherapy
in in in in managing chronic pain in in in in horses It is is most suitable for veterinarians and physiotherapists who already have a a a a a a a basic knowledge of equine rehabilitation and physiotherapy
Webinar topics
• Tuesday 2nd November: Introduction to acupuncture & equine acupuncture - warts and all Acupuncture’s physiologic mechanisms
• Tuesday 9th
November: Recognition of equine pain signs and how acupuncture addresses this Chronic pain pain physiology - why pain pain can be so frustrating to understand and and why the drugs may not work but acupuncture can • Tuesday 16th November: Myofascial pain syndrome and trigger points Rehabilitation and and acute and and chronic pain management • Tuesday 23rd November: Overview and veterinary treatment of impinging spinous processes and sacro-iliac disorders How can physiotherapy
benefit your patients?
• Tuesday 30th November: Overview and veterinary treatment of tarsal osteoarthritis and hindlimb suspensory ligament desmitis How can physiotherapy
benefit your patients?
Course details
Course Course type: Webinar Course format: Recorded webinar with with live Q&A sessions with with the the the lecturers at at 2 30pm on the the the above dates plus access to the the the recording for 2 weeks
Course length: Two hours hours per webinar CPD hours: 2 per webinar Course fee: £50 each or or £225 for all five*
*Recorded version will be available to purchase for £30 each approximately two weeks
after the live course date Please see our website rvc ac uk/cpd for further details
about our our webinar courses Tutors
Barbara Boross PgDip NAVP member Veterinary Physiotherapist BB Equine Veterinary Physiotherapy NAVP Gloucestershire Dietrich Graf von Schweinitz BSc DVM MRCVS CertVetAc ABVA Education Director To The Point Acupuncture Guildford Melanie Perrier Dr med vet DipACVS DipECVS CERP MRCVS Lecturer in in Equine Surgery RVC

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