Online seminars

Clinical cases - Live seminar and on demand

Clinical cases in the field of equine reproductive medicine will be discussed in the BEVA-approved live online seminars on March 24th and 25th 2021. The seminars focus on ovarian abnormalities, fetal sexing, dystocia, endometritis, premature udder development and clinical cases from the participants' practice. Participants are encouraged to send in their own clincial cases including history, clinical signs, ultrasound images and videos, lab results... . The individual cases will be presented and discussed by international recognized speakers. In this way all participants can benefit from specialist's advice and knowledge exchange. The seminars are recorded and available on demand until April 30th 2021.

 

Program:

Wednesday, March 24th 2021    7 - 10 pm (CET)

Clinical cases and discussion

  • Ovarian abnormalities
  • Fetal sexing
  • Dystocia
  • Clinical cases from the participants' practice

Thursday, March 25th 2021    7 - 10 pm (CET)

Clinical cases and discussion

  • Endometritis
  • Premature udder development
  • Clinical cases from the participants' practice

Speakers:

  • Dr. James Crabtree BVM&S CertEM(StudMed) MRCVS, Equine Reproductive Services, UK
  • Marco Livini, DVM, Cert(StudMed), Ippovet, Italy
  • Prof. Pat McCue, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACT, Colorado State University, USA
  • Dr. Jutta Sielhorst, Dipl. ECAR - ReproTraining
  • Prof. Dietrich Volkmann, BVSc, MMedVet, DACT, University of Missouri, USA

Course fee:

(for both seminars of the online course program "Clinical cases"- 6 CPD hours)

GPM-/BEVA-/SIVE-/AAEP-/AVA-members: 180 Euro (plus VAT)
Non members: 240 Euro (plus VAT)
Veterinary students, phD students, Interns, Residents: 100 Euro (plus VAT)

The access link to the live stream will be made available upon payment the day before the seminars. Furthermore you receive a personal link to access on-demand recordings and MC-tests to check your knowledge until April 30th 2021.

Registration:

Registration form

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Clinical case:
Tierarztpraxis Recknagel & König – Universität Leipzig