Welcome to BEVA's Clinical Catch-ups
Our Clinical Catch-Ups provide relaxed, at-the-pub style CPD (feel free to BYOB!). They are a great opportunity to chat, network, and discuss topical matters with other BEVA members.
Each catch-up will include an initial presentation from a BEVA member, followed by a case or topic-based discussion.
Do you have a suggestion for a topic or maybe you'd like to present at a future Clinical Catch-Up? Email your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday 29 July 2020, 8pm
Jamie Prutton from Liphook guides us through the lab work available for poor performance horse work ups, what it all really means, what's important and what's not.
This is a very informal open live discussion looking at how working parents are managing with schools reopening (or not). All schools seem to be doing different things and we'd be keen to see how vets are planning on managing this new juggling technique. This will be a very informal session led by Lucy Grieve and Sarah Gasper- don't worry about kids coming in- we're juggling too!
In this area you can upload any case details that we can then use to turn into interactive case scenarios for your fellow vets to work through. These can be as normal and everyday or as weird and wonderful as you like. The only thing we ask is that you have permission of any owners, vets practices or premises for us to use any images, pictures, blood results etc for teaching purposes.
Neil Townsend discusses a case of nasal discharge and how to approach it, including how to endoscope the nasal cavity (all of it, not just the sinus drainage angle!) to look for fistula, including a quick reminder on head radiography.
This meeting has now finished. The recording is now available.
Nicky Housby-Skeggs talks to us about rescue situations- what to do and what not to do.
Recording now available.