Who simply MUST attend?
> This course is ideal for new graduates and those who are in their early years of practice.
> Delegates need some reasonable skills in manual rectal work already and some experience of scanning helps but is not essential.
What is Different About This Course?
> This 2 day course offers training in a small group with a big practical element.
You will relate scanning to treatments on farm i.e. you will cover how to incorporate what you see with what treatments/advice you give.
What Changes Can Delegates/Line Managers Expect As A Result Of The Course?
> This course should add value to your fertility visits and increase the level of your work from the increasing presence of the techs/lay scanners and now even farmers.
What Are the Likely Benefits to The Business?
> This course will get farmers to see the benefit of retaining the vet as key part of fertility management despite increasing applications of other technologies and synchronisation programs.
> This course will add interest to your vets routine work.
Objectives of the course are to enable delegates to
> Set their machine up for the best quality image
> Recognise what are true images and what are artefacts
> Appreciate the many appearances of the corpus luteum
> Combine images of the ovaries and uterus with other information to more accurately predict the stage of the cycle
> Use all the information to give the best treatment and /or advice in the case of an open cow
> Diagnose early pregnancies and twins with confidence and appreciate the pitfalls in routine fertility work
> Develop a sound approach to the management of uterine disease.
Briefly the course comprises
> Classroom sessions and practical sessions over 2 days.
> Delegates are asked to bring their own scanning machines.
Cost (inc. VAT): £630.00
Trainer: Mark Burnell BVetMed DBR CertCHP MRCVS
Start: 2 Oct 2018
Finish: 3 Oct 2018
Start Time: TBA
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