Diary of Events

Workshops and courses which are recognised as qualifying attendees for continued eplan licencing are listed below.

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Mastitis Control and Quality Milk Production Seminar PDF Print E-mail
Written by Andrew Bradley   
Monday, 08 July 2013 15:40

9th - 11th November 2014 | Venue TBC

Tutors: Peter Edmondson and Roger Blowey

This seminar is intended to provide an in-depth understanding of the basic principles of mastitis control and quality milk production. It is designed for the dairy practitioner who wishes to be or is already involved in mastitis work.

Concepts of mastitis control and epidemiology, including milking machine function will be discussed in detail. During the first and second farm visit, delegates will familiarise themselves with the various parts of the milking machine, learn how to carry out simple milking machine tests and how the machine interacts with udder health.

There will be a detailed close up appraisal of a herd, where participants will have ample opportunity for practical work, including an analysis of environmental conditions. The seminar will be presented in a practical format that involves discussions amongst all participants.

Run by Shepton Veterinary Group there is a cost for this course.

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Last Updated on Friday, 21 February 2014 11:03
 
Mastitis Treatment - An Evidence-Based Approach to Treatment in the Control of Udder Health PDF Print E-mail
Written by Andrew Bradley   
Tuesday, 26 February 2013 00:00

Wednesday 16th July 2014 |QMMS Ltd, Cedar Barn, Easton Hill, Easton, Wells, BA5 1DU

Tutors: Dr Andrew Bradley, Prof Martin Green and Dr James Breen

This course will centre on the concept of Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine and how to apply it, using the treatment of mastitis both during lactation and during the dry period as an example. Delegates will be presented with the latest research on factors that affect treatment outcome for clinical and subclinical mastitis and discuss clinical trials looking at some of the latest products.

Finally, methods that take research evidence and apply it to real clinical situations will be worked through using the use of NSAIDs in clinical mastitis treatment as a real example.

Run by Taurus CPD, this course costs £200.00 + VAT

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Last Updated on Friday, 21 February 2014 08:54
 
Mastitis Research - Reviewing the Latest Published Research in Bovine Mastitis PDF Print E-mail
Written by Andrew Bradley   
Tuesday, 04 December 2012 19:26

 

Wednesday 7th May 2014 | Scarsdale Vets, Pride Veterinary Centre, Derby, DE24 8HX

Tutors: Dr Andrew Bradley, Prof Martin Green and Dr James Breen

This course is designed to meet the needs of the bovine practitioner who wants to develop beyond conventional topics surrounding mastitis and udder health and begin to discuss research evidence in a critical environment.

A summary of published, peer-reviewed work in the area of udder health for the last 18 months will be summarised by the tutors and at least three of these papers will be presented in detail, allowing for stimulating discussion within the group. The aim will be to extract potential research findings that translate into a 'practical' setting.

Run by Taurus CPD, this course costs £200.00 + VAT

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Last Updated on Friday, 21 February 2014 08:50