This programme is exclusively available to XLVet Members.
Duration: 8 days
Delegates: New Graduates and those who have changed species specialism recently.
Overview: Modules include Management of the Equine Emergency Patient, Equine Medicine, Clinical Essentials, Wellbeing and Driver Skills.
Clinically-focused learning that will ensure graduates are equipped with the clinical decision-making skills to save lives, avoiding harm and developing a toolkit to use in out-of-hours situations. Gaining the skills and ability to manage common emergency cases, and how to triage emergency visits. The dentistry component will consider the most up to date techniques and theory alongside common dental problems. The course will be part online and part face-to-face (COVID permitting).
Module One at Bishopton Veterinary Group:
- Driverskills Session
- Pharmacology with Colin Mitchell, Scott Mitchell Veterinary Care Ltd
- Wellbeing with Rosie Allister
- Survival Skills with Phil Alcock
- Finance and Management with Colin Mitchell
Module Two at North West Equine:
- Lameness/laminitis and wound management
- Colic and Dentistry
Module Three at Buckingham Equine
- Clinical Pathology
- Infectious disease
- Ocular emergencies