The 2019 BEVA (British Equine Veterinary Association) Congress will bring together the world's equine vets to provide high-quality CPD lectures, workshops, and great socials. It is the largest equine veterinary conference in Europe, and we're proud to have some of our own team members involved in giving talks, practicals, and chairing sessions. See below for information on the lectures and sessions on offer from some of the staff in our various divisions.
Lucy Meehan (Senior Teaching Fellow in Equine Lameness) will be speaking and chairing a session at BEVA Congress 2019 on 13th September. She will be giving a lecture as part of the Head and Neck session entitled 'Cervical arthropathy, abused or underused diagnosis?' as well as chairing the Orthopaedics - Diagnostics session on the same day.
Our Surgical and Equine Centre Clinical Lead Yvonne Elce will be running a session on fracture repair as well as giving two talks on 14th September. The talks are on how to best monitor synovial sepsis, and how to best immobilize a dorsal hock wound. She will also be part of the small group teaching sessions on Distal Limb nerve blocks.
Our Equine Dental Clinician Sam Bescoby will be involved in the small group teaching sessions on Routine dentistry at BEVA Congress 2019 on 14th September.
Small Animal Referral Hospital Team
Emma Love (Senior Clinical Fellow in Veterinary Anaesthesia) will be chairing an Anaesthesia Session on 13th September. She will also be giving two talks as part of the Anaesthesia and Analgesia session, on recognising and recording pain in horses, and how to design and implement a pain plan.
Our head of ophthalmology Claudia Hartley will be at BEVA Congress on the 13th and 14th September. She will be running an ophthalmology workshop practical on the Friday, and speaking on the Saturday. Her lecture 'Is it a stromal abscess?' will be part of the 'The Problem Eye' session.
Find out more about the event here: https://www.bevacongress.org/programme