An Educational Evening “Equine Pain – What should we know about it?”With Carolyn Perkins BVetMed, BAEDT, MRCVS and Rosie Alcorn MRCVS
- This evening will discuss the important topic of equine pain.
- How can we identify it?
- What can we do to make sure we are alert to the very subtle signs?
Attendance will count as two hours of continual professional development for BHS Accredited Professional Coaches.
(BHS APCs are required to complete 6 hours of CPD annually).
This evening is FREE of CHARGE. Tea and Coffee will be provided.
Spaces are limited to 30 – so book your place quickly by contacting Susan Spratt
About Carolyn Perkins:
Carolyn qualified from the Royal Veterinary College (London) in 2003 and started her veterinary career in mixed practice in Hertfordshire before moving to an equine veterinary hospital in Berkshire. It was here that her interest in equine dentistry began to develop while handling a large caseload including polo yards, dressage horses, eventers and show jumpers, all expecting the very highest level of dental care. In 2007 Carolyn moved back to Northern Ireland with her husband and continued to work as a vet.
During this time a demand for more specialist dentistry for horses became apparent and Carolyn decided to take her interest a step further by successfully taking the theory and practical examinations to become a qualified Equine Dental Technician (EDT). This a highly respected qualification within the industry and is recognised and recommended by the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA). A full list of qualified EDT’s is available at http://www.beva.org.uk
About Rosie Alcorn:
Originally from Northern Ireland, Rosie graduated from Liverpool in July 2018. Before graduating Rosie worked for 2 years as a professional groom. She enjoys spending her free time eventing with her 2 horses Bella and John. Rosie is interested in all aspects of equine practice, especially lameness work and dentistry.
Time: 7.30pm - 9.30pm
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