Course Details

Title:Diagnostic Challenges in Small Ruminant Medicine (3 day - Monday to Wednesday)
Date / Time:Monday 16th December 2019 to Wednesday 18th December 2019
Time:09:00 to 17:00
Location:Mary Stewart Seminar Room
Mary Stewart Building
Garscube Estate
Glasgow
Course Fee:All Delegates £450.00
(VAT Exempt)
Key Speakers:TBC
Course Summary:From initial complaint to feedback of results to the farmer and implementation of advice, this CPD is aimed at providing guidance and a framework on investigation of diseases in small ruminant medicine. The format will involve mainly case-based scenarios discussion in small groups and practical workshop for on farm post-mortem and diagnostic sampling. Monday 16 will focus on what are the diagnostic challenges in small ruminant medicine (based on common small ruminant conditions and syndromes) and how to address them. The format will include presentations and discussion in the morning, while the afternoon will focus on scenario-based group discussions and work. Tuesday 17 can be booked as a standalone or as part of the 3 day course and will be a practical workshop for on-farm post mortem and diagnostic sampling of small ruminants. Wednesday 18 will focus on what are the diagnostic tests available both as lab-based and on-farm, with their advantages and limitations. The format will again include presentations and discussion in the morning, while the afternoon will focus on the scenarios from the first day to provide a final diagnosis and advice to the farmer. Cost: £450 for 3 day course or 200 for the Tuesday 17 only (1 day of practical workshops for on-farm post mortem and diagnostic sampling)