Norbrook Equine CPD Webinar
Date: Wednesday 26th April 2017
Time: 7.30pm (BST) / 8.30PM (CET) / 2.30PM (EST)
Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome - Dr Tim Brazil.
Management of equine gastric ulcers - Briony Mitchell of Baileys Horse Feeds.
The ins and outs of equine worming - David Rendle.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS
Briony Mitchell BSc, MSc, RNutr.
Briony Mitchell is Senior Nutritionist at Baileys Horse Feeds, with an MSc in Equine Science which she gained at The Royal Agricultural University. Briony is responsible for advising individual horse owners and compiling ration plans for larger yards as well as new product development and reviewing research. She has backed and produced her own gelding with whom she is planning some unaffiliated dressage and long distance rides and has a welsh section A pony who she drives.
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David Rendle BVSc MVM CertEM(IntMed) DipECEIM MRCVS
RCVS and European Specialist in Equine Internal Medicine
David runs the referral laboratory at Rainbow Equine Hospital, North Yorkshire and is a specialist in equine medicine and director within the hospital. He splits his time between providing advice and support on external laboratory samples with seeing referred medicine and critical care cases. Since graduating from The University of Bristol in 2001 he has worked in Universities in both the UK and Australia but has spent most of his career in private equine practice in the UK. He is actively involved in all fields of equine medicine and has published on a range of topics.
Dr Tim Brazil BVSc PhD Cert EM (Internal Medicine) DECEIM MRCVS
Tim Brazil graduated from Liverpool University in 1988 and has spent his entire career working with large animals, predominantly horses. He is a recognised RCVS and European Specialist in Equine Internal Medicine and was awarded a PhD from Edinburgh University for studies on inflammatory cell biology and lung inflammation in the horse. He first gastroscoped a horse in 1991 and has not looked back having worked in private first opinion and referral practice since 1999. He is based at Bourton Vale Equine Clinic in the Cotswolds from where he runs an ambulatory equine internal medicine referral service (Equine Medicine on the Move) providing consultancy, training, diagnostic and second opinion services to the pharmaceutical industry, APHA and equine practices throughout the UK and Europe. He still regularly contributes to continuing education meetings and conferences for practicing equine vets both in the UK and internationally.
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