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Webinar Plus: Equine emergencies in in in the field
Equine MRI online
Monday 14th June New in 2021
to Sunday 11th July
Does your heart sink when you you get called to an emergency in in the field? Want to feel more confident in in in tackling an an array of different equine emergencies?
This course will cover common emergencies any equine practitioner may encounter in the the field
from the the basic diagnostic approach to decision making for treatment or or referral and situation management - from from wounds to to foals from from fractures to to castration complications Why do this course?
You will be provided with a a a a a a a a practical and effective approach to a a a a a a a a large array of equine emergencies Equipped with this knowledge you will gain more confidence in in in dealing with a a a a a range of emergency situations in the field
Key areas
• Evaluation of wounds • Field approach to the fractured limb • Hock and carpal injuries
• Castration complications • Colic – surgical vs medical
• Assessment of the recumbent horse • Ocular emergencies • The weak neonatal foal 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 (C-E 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 4 5 5 11 15 16
Course fee: £349
Please see our website rvc ac uk/cpd for further details
about our our Webinar Plus courses Tutors
David Bolt Dr med vet MS DipACVS DipECVS DipECVDI LA Assoc FHEA MRCVS Senior Lecturer in in in Equine Surgery RVC
Bettina Dunkel DVM PhD DipACVIM DipECEIM DipACVECC FHEA FHEA MRCVS Associate Professor in in in Equine Medicine RVC
Andy Fiske-Jackson BVSc MVetMed DipECVS FHEA MRCVS MRCVS Senior Lecturer in in Equine Surgery RVC
Mike Hewetson BSc BVSc CertEM DipECEIM MRCVS Senior Senior Lecturer in in in Equine Medicine RVC
Nicola Lynch MVB CertAVP MVetMed MRCVS Staff Clinician in in in in in Equine Surgery RVC
Melanie Perrier Dr med vet DipACVS DipECVS CERP MRCVS Lecturer in in Equine Surgery RVC
8 Equine practice Monday 13th September to to Sunday 24th October Are you you you using or planning to use MRI in in in your practice? Do you you you want to to to get more confident in in acquiring the the best images possible? Do you you want to to to make sense of of the the use of of different sequences to to to optimise your studies?
This course is is designed to to help you to to understand MRI technology and and how it can best be be utilised for your patients Besides covering the basic physical principles artefacts and acquisition protocols participants will learn a a a a a a a a a basic systematic approach to read MRI images and recognise lesions For each area the cross-sectional anatomy and normal variations will be be reviewed A variety of cases
will be be used for individual review review and case discussion Why do this course?
At the the end of the the course you will be more confident in in acquiring MRI images and developing your own structured approach for use of different sequences as as well as as gaining confidence in in in in recognising common common and not so common common lesions Key areas
• Practical review of MRI technology • MRI anatomy of the distal limb • Protocols for acquiring MRI images of the foot pastern fetlock and suspensory ligament distal limb • Learn a a a a a a a a a practical and structured approach to reading MRI images • Recognise artefacts and incidental findings
• Practice your MRI reading skills using cases
Previous participants have commented “The discussion boards were tremendous and the Q&A was excellent Very prompt reply to questions informative and helpful ” Course details
Course Course type: e-CPD
Course format: An intensive tutor-moderated online
learning experience Resources include electronic course notes case assessments and discussion forums
in which participants review and and discuss cases
with their colleagues and and the the tutor Course length: Six weeks
CPD hours: Up to 42
Relevant to CertAVP modules: Large Animal Imaging (C-VDI 4 and 5)
Course fee: £725 Please see our website rvc ac uk/cpd for further details
about our our e-CPD
courses Tutors
Dagmar Berner Dr med vet DipECVDI MRCVS Lecturer in Equine Diagnostic Imaging RVC
Maren Hellige Dr med vet MRCVS Large Animal Diagnostic Diagnostic Imaging Resident RVC
Gabriel Manso Díaz DVM MSc PhD MRCVS Large Animal Diagnostic Imaging Resident RVC
and Lecturer in in Large Animal Diagnostic Imaging Universidad Complutense de Madrid

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