About this course:
This lecture will provide an update on endocrinopathic laminitis, which is the commonest form of laminitis in the UK and includes laminitis associated with the two hormone related disorders equine metabolic syndrome (EMS) and pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID; equine Cushing’s disease). It will include an overview of how these two disorders cause laminitis, how animals at an increased risk of endocrinopathic laminitis can be identified and farriery techniques used in the management of this type of laminitis.
Registration commences at 7pm where refreshments will be available. Lecture time 7.30 - 9.00/9.30pm. Late-comers may be refused entry. Delegates attending the lecture will get access to the recorded version. You will be emailed when it is available to view and will have two weeks to watch the webinar from this date.
Booking information: Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment. Tickets must be purchased in advance and before midday on the day. Please note we cannot accept payment at the door. Delegates will be registered on a first-come, first-served basis. Due to the cost of administration no refunds can be given.
Can’t attend? Book the lecture to view online
We are now offering the opportunity to book the lectures as a recorded version only. This is for those who are unable to attend on the day but would still like to view the lecture. Simply click on this link to book the recorded version.
Season ticket discount offer: Purchase 5 or 6 of the equine lectures for just £40. The discount will automatically be added once you have added 5 or 6 lectures to your basket.
BHS Hertfordshire is delighted to announce that the RVC Equine Lecture Series is now accredited by the British Horse Society as CPD for BHS Accredited Professional Coaches. Attending three lectures counts as CPD for a year.
PLEASE NOTE: APC`s must put their membership number on the sign in sheet.
Peter Day, Dip WCF - Farrier
Nicola Menzies-Gow, MA VetMB PhD DipECEIM CertEM(Int.med) FHEA MRCVS - Reader in Equine Medicine, The Royal Veterinary College