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Just some of our upcoming Veterinary Webinars

 
 

October Webinars

Small Animal - “Principles and tips for in-house Cytology’'

This webinar will focus on the cytological examination of material aspirated  from cutaneous lumps & bumps; tips for optimising the quality of the prepared smears, performing a methodical microscopic examination and taking photographs of suspicious cells for a second opinion will be discussed using clinical cases.

LIVE DATE:
Thursday 15th October 2020 @ 8pm GMT

SPEAKER:

Dr Kostas Papasouliotis DVM PhD DipECVCP MRCVS 

EBVS® European Specialist in Veterinary Clinical Pathology

 

LENGTH:
50 mins + Q&A (1 hour)

1 hour CPD/CE | VCI Registered - 1 CVE point

Kostas graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (AUTh) in Greece. He completed a PhD and a residency in Feline Gastroenterology, a residency in Clinical Pathology and was a Lecturer and a Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Clinical Pathology at the Bristol Veterinary School for more than 25 years. Kostas has served as the Head of Clinical Pathology at Axiom Veterinary Laboratories and Finn Pathologists; has also worked as a senior clinical pathologist and the scientific standards coordinator for IDEXX Laboratories UK. He has published more than 130 scientific papers, research abstracts, professional articles and book chapters and lectures regularly in the UK and Europe.  He is the Vice-President of the European College of Veterinary Clinical Pathology (ECVCP). 

 

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FARM Animal - “The A-Z of Johne's disease in cattle’'

This webinar will address the current situation regarding the control of Johne’s Disease, it’s epidemiology, diagnostics, control and perhaps some crystal ball gazing.

LIVE DATE:
Tuesday 20th October 2020 @ 8pm GMT

SPEAKER:
Mr Keith Cutler BSc BVSc DipECBHM MRCVS

Synergy Farm Health

LENGTH:
50 mins + Q&A (1 hour)

1 hour CPD/CE | VCI Registered - 1 CVE point

I qualified as a Veterinary Surgeon from Bristol University in 1990 and entered farm animal practice in the central south of England, where I remained for thirty years, rising to the position of senior partner. In January of this year I moved further west and joined Synergy Farm Health as a senior assistant. My day-to-day work covers all aspects of proactive and emergency farm animal medicine, surgery and herd health planning. My current particular interests include single-agent infectious disease diagnostics, management and control and suckler herd management and productivity (and non-human primate health!). I became a diplomat of the European College of Bovine Health Management in 2006, which has been re-ratified in 2011 and 2016. I was voted the Farmers Weekly Livestock Advisor of the Year in 2007. I served as BCVA president in 2009/10. I was appointed as chair of the CHeCS (Cattle Health Certification Standards) Technical group in 2013 and I am a member of the BVDFree England and Action Johne’s Technical Groups. I have spoken on a variety of cattle-related topics at meetings both at home and abroad, am widely published in the Veterinary and Farming press and have authored an Atlas of Bovine Pathology.

Watch Live Tuesday 20th October 8pm GMT

November Webinars

‘Feline hyperthyroidism - are you up to date?'

This webinar will cover the latest research findings and practical updates, to help you know that you are managing your hyperthyroid patients with current clinical information. The various treatment options will be discussed, including information about radioactive iodine therapy, along with practical tips to help manage the condition effectively with medical treatment, for those cases where radioiodine or thyroidectomy is not possible.

LIVE DATE:

Tuesday 10th November @ 8pm

 

SPEAKER

Angie Hibbert BVSc CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS

 
EBVS ®  European Veterinary Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine and RCVS
Recognised Specialist in Feline Medicine

 
Angie graduated from the University of Bristol in 2000 and after almost 5 years in general practice returned to Bristol to take up the post of FAB (now ISFM) Resident in Feline Medicine. She became a diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 2009 and an RCVS Recognised Specialist in Feline Medicine in 2010.  She is currently Clinical Lead at the Feline Centre, Langford Vets (University of Bristol) where she runs the radioiodine service. Angie’s research interests lie in feline hyperthyroidism and antimicrobial stewardship.  Angie enjoys the challenges of feline medicine, in particular geriatric medicine, respiratory and emergency care.

 

LENGTH:
50 mins + Q&A (1 hour)

1 hour CPD/CE | VCI Registered - 1 CVE point

 

Watch Live Tuesday 10th November @ 8pm

'On Farm Post Mortem of Ruminants'

In this webinar, we will cover the when, where, what and how to carry out a post mortem examination on farm, lesions seen with some common disease presentations and how to use ancillary testing to reach a diagnosis without blowing the budget’. 

LIVE DATE:
Wednesday 25th November @ 8pm

SPEAKER

James Barnett BSc(Hons) BVSc MRCVS


Veterinary Advisor at Axiom Veterinary Laboratories.

James manages a large, busy farm animal diagnostic workload along with his colleague, Catriona Ritchie.  Work includes results validation and provision of telephone advice on all aspects of diagnostic testing in both live and dead stock.James started at Axiom in March 2013 with the remit of setting up a farm animal diagnostics service, having previously worked for 8 years as a Veterinary Investigation Officer in southwest England. While he was at what was then the AHVLA,  James was involved in all aspects of farm animal diagnostic work, both pathology and clinical pathology, with a particular focus on cattle, sheep and camelids. James has co-authored a number of publications arising from the diagnostic caseload and also managed two of the AHVLA’s TB programmes. Although he no longer provide a post mortem service in his day job, He still carry out post mortem examinations at evenings and weekends for a group of local practices in Cornwall, as well as being responsible for the post mortem examination of stranded cetaceans and seals around the Cornish coast.

 

Axiom is a veterinary diagnostic laboratory providing a comprehensive service to small animal, equine and farm practices in the United Kingdom and Ireland, with a large team of veterinary surgeons, technical and support staff providing an efficient, integrated service across a wide range of diagnostic disciplines.  The farm animal service has been in operation since 2013 and now has over 300 practices on its books across the whole of the United Kingdom. The service’s aim is to meet all the farm animal diagnostic needs for the large animal practitioner, providing a one stop shop for testing and, where available, an overnight courier for samples.  Axiom now also provides a comprehensive range of cattle and sheep health schemes under the direction of Catriona Ritchie, an ex VIO and disease surveillance centre manager with 14 years’ experience in cattle and sheep health schemes at the SAC.

 

Length:
50 Mins + Q&A (1 hour)

1 hour CPD/CE | VCI Registered- 1 CVE point


Watch Live Wednesday 25th November @ 8pm

December Webinars

Small Animal - 'Haematology evaluating in-house haematology and blood smear examination'

This webinar will present a question-based, structured approach for the collection of clinically important information; it will focus on the evaluation of numerical results generated by the in-clinic analyser in conjunction with the findings of the blood smear examination. 

LIVE DATE:
Thursday 3rd December @ 8pm GMT

SPEAKER:

Dr Kostas Papasouliotis DVM PhD DipECVCP MRCVS  EBVS® European Specialist in Veterinary Clinical Pathology

LENGTH:
50 mins + Q&A (1 hour)

1 hour CPD/CE | VCI Registered - 1 CVE point

Kostas graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (AUTh) in Greece. He completed a PhD and a residency in Feline Gastroenterology, a residency in Clinical Pathology and was a Lecturer and a Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Clinical Pathology at the Bristol Veterinary School for more than 25 years. Kostas has served as the Head of Clinical Pathology at Axiom Veterinary Laboratories and Finn Pathologists; has also worked as a senior clinical pathologist and the scientific standards coordinator for IDEXX Laboratories UK. He has published more than 130 scientific papers, research abstracts, professional articles and book chapters and lectures regularly in the UK and Europe.  He is the Vice-President of the European College of Veterinary Clinical Pathology (ECVCP). 

 

Watch Live Thursday 3rd December @ 8pm GMT

FARM Animal - ‘Calf nutrition, from birth to weaning’

Trouw Nutrition is the global leader in innovative feed specialties, premixes and nutritional services for the animal nutrition industry. Trouw Nutrition provides species-specific nutritional solutions consisting of feed concepts, products and nutritional know-how. The unique combination of products, models and services to meet the needs of farmers, home-mixers, feed producers, integrators and distributors. We focus on four main areas: Early Life Nutrition, Healthy Life Nutrition, Precision Nutrition and Feed safety. Trouw Nutrition was founded in The Netherlands in 1931 as a family business and now operates in 25 countries with around 5000 employees with our heritage in Ireland going back over more than 65 years. On behalf of Trouw Nutrition, Mark is happy to share some of the recent findings in calf nutrition research and talk through some practical advice.

LIVE DATE:
Tuesday 8th December @ 8pm GMT

SPEAKER:
Dr. Mark Little MVB CertDHH PhD MRCVS NSch

LENGTH:
50 mins + Q&A (1 hour)

1 hour CPD/CE | VCI Registered - 1 CVE point

Mark is originally from a dairy and beef farm in County Fermanagh and is now living near Hillsborough, County Down. Mark qualified from University College Dublin in 2002 and spent 10 years in large animal practice in County Tyrone and Armagh. During this time, he focused on herd health investigations and completed the Postgraduate Certificate in Dairy Herd Health from UCD in 2012. He then worked for Zoetis as Area Veterinary Manager for Northern Ireland before moving to the Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute in Hillsborough, where he completed a PhD with Queens University Belfast on the nutritional impacts on immunity in the transition dairy cow. In November 2016, Mark joined Trouw Nutrition Ireland as Technical Manager where he heads up the technical team giving mill customers and their farmers nutritional advice. He is also a 2019 Nuffield Scholar studying the topic ‘Feeding for health, combating antimicrobial resistance.’

Watch Live Tuesday 8th December @ 8pm GMT

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