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Developed for equine veterinarians who have experience with lameness investigations, this practical course provides a critical overview of possible causes of hindlimb lameness, diagnostic anesthetic strategies and how to interpret nerve and joint block results, via a regio-anatomic approach. Discussion on the upper hindlimb as a cause of lameness (hip joint, pelvic and sacroiliac problems) and on system and intra-articular joint therapies will round the course off. The 7 hours of practical and case-based sessions will give attendes plenty of opportunity to further their practical skills on live horses and limb specimens in small groups (2-3 people per ultrasound machine).
Prof Roger Smith MA, VetMB, PhD, DEO, Dipl. ECVS, ECVDI Assoc, MRCVS - Royal Veterinary College, London, England
Dr Chris O'Sullivan BVSc, DipVCS, MS, MACVSc, DACVS - Randwick Equine Centre, Sydney, Australia
Prof. Kevin Keegan DVM, MSm, Dip.ACVS - University of Missouri, Colombia, MO, USA
The lectures will be held on the last day of the equine stream at Conference in the Capital, Shed 6, Wellington on Friday 24 May. The wet lab will be held at Massey University, Palmerston North on Saturday 25 May.
Bus transport will be arranged by NZVA from Wellington to Palmerston North and can be booked during registration. Delegates will need to arrange their own transport from Palmerston North after the workshop.
NZVA members from $1840 (includes lectures Fri 24 May and wet lab Sat 25 May)
Non-members from $2070 (includes lectures Fri 24 May and wet lab Sat 25 May)
Bus transportation from Wellington to Palmerston North $35
Prices are in NZD and include 15% GST.
This workshop is designed to increase your knowledge and skills used in emergency point-of-care techniques, through a series of case-based interactive lectures and practical hands-on training. You will learn techniques that will help you with your diagnostic and treatment decisions on a daily basis, going far beyond the emergency room. Presented by internationally recognised Dr Soren Boysen from the University of Calgary and supported by highly-skilled tutors
Soren Boysen DVM, Dipl. ACVECC
Extensively published (more than 80 papers/chapters), and a recipient of numerous teaching and research excellence awards, Dr. Boysen has become an internationally recognized speaker. He and his colleagues from Tufts changed the practice of veterinary medicine when they developed and introduced the profession to FAST exams, and with colleagues at the University of Calgary, adapted veterinary point of care ultrasound for use in non-trauma patients. With the help of many great colleagues from around the world, he continues to develop ultrasound training techniques and workshops for non-specialist practitioners. Along with point of care ultrasound, his research interests include hemorrhage, coagulation, and perfusion.
Ivayla Yozova Dr.med.vet, MVM, MBA, AFHEA, Dipl. ACVECC
Janelle Wierenga BS, DVM, Dipl. ACVECC, MPH
Gerardo Poli BVSc MANZCVS MVS
The lectures will be held on the last day of the CAV stream at Conference in the Capital, Wellington on Friday 24 May. The wet lab will be held at Massey University, Palmerston North on Saturday 25 May.
Bus transport will be arranged by NZVA from Wellington to Palmerston North and can be booked during registration. Delegates will need to arrange their own transport from Palmerston North after the workshop
NZVA Members - Earlybird rates
1 day conference ($500) + workshop ($890) = $1390
2 day conference ($800) + workshop ($890) = $1690
3 day conference ($990) + workshop ($890) = $1880
Non Members - Earlybirds rates
1 day conference ($1000) + workshop ($1335) = $2335
2 day conference ($1600) + workshop ($1335) = $2935
3 day conference ($1980) + workshop ($1335) = $3315
The Copthorne Palmerston North is offering a king size room for $120 to workshop delegates.
Enter NZVA19 into the ‘Group Code when booking on the hotel website.