Wednesday the 16th March. Live at 3.30pm GMT.
Christopher Kawcak from Colorado State University chairs an ongoing discussion between Pete Ramzan from Rossdales and Ryan Carpenter from the Equine Medical Centre.
Kindly sponsored by the Beaufort Cottage Educational Trust
Surgical solutions for reproductive issues
Feb 9th 2022 starting for delegates at 7pm GMT
In this session we are joined by Dwayne Rodgerson from Hagyards and Tom O’Brien from Fethard who are chaired by Camilla Scott. We'll be looking at what can be done surgically to improve reproductive performance in mares.
Chair: Margo McPherson
Speakers: James Crabtree, Peter Morresey
5.30pm Wednesday 15th December 2021
High risk pregnancies
Do you have a high risk pregnancy that you're advising an owner on- maybe one that has a history of loosing or resorbing foals? Or do you have a mare that has a bit of vulval discharge or more udder development than you'd like? Come along and find out what the experts do and think on both sides of the pond.
The management of subchondral bone cysts in the stifle
Speakers: Liz Sanstchi, Matt smith
Chair: Dave Frisbie
4.30pm UK time for delegates
Subchondral bone cysts in the stifle- Debride them? Inject them? Use biologics? Bone grafts? Mosaic arthroplasty? What are the options? What are the outcomes? how do we select the treatment for the case? Does it matter? Come and join David Frisbie as he chairs a discussion between Matt Smith and Liz Sanstchi.To register via Zoom webinar please click here
August 18th 2021 7.30pm (UK time)
Post op reflux. Inevitable post colic surgery? Too long a surgery? Surgeon factor? Or more of a medical factor and medical thing? Come along and listen to what promises to be a fascinating look at the differing views from the States and the UK.
Debbie Archer chairs a discussion between Scott Pirie and David Freeman.
30th June 7.30pm
Liver disease- there's lots going on both sides of the Atlantic, so what are the Americans up to? Should we be taking some leaves from their book? Chaired by ACVIM diplomate Simon Peek, Sarah Smith and Tom Divers discuss and debate their approaches.
7th April, 7.30pm
Want to know if there's a newer, better way to manage your distal limb synovial infections? Come and find out what the experts in both the States and the UK do with theirs. Roger Smith of the RVC chairs a discussion between Luis Rubio-Martinez From Sussex Equine Hospital and Dean Richardson from the University of Pennsylvania covering regional limb perfusion and other tips and tricks.