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Online Panel Discussion – The Internal Medicine Challenges that Donkeys Pose - The Dull Donkey

Tue, 26 March, 2024 06:00 pm - 09:00 pm

Species

Equine

Contact Hours

3 Hours - RACE Accredited

Early Booking Deadline

Sun, 11 February, 2024

Registration Deadline

Fri, 01 March, 2024

Language

English

Discipline

Internal Medicine – Endocrinology, Haematology, Infectious Diseases, Parasitology & Oncology

Other

Industry Partners

Global

Veterinary Partners

Global

Time: London 6PM / Paris 7PM / New York 2PM / Sydney 5:00AM (+1)
                                                  

Panelists:

Karen Rickards   DVM, PhD, BVSc., MRCVS - The Donkey Sanctuary, UK
David Sutton   MA, VetMB, PhD, CertEM(IntMed), DECEIM, MRCVS - University of Glasgow, UK
Ramiro Toribio   DVM, MS, PhD, DACVIM - The Ohio State University, USA
                                                  

Moderator:

Stacy Tinkler   DVM, MPH, DACVIM - The Donkey Sanctuary, Ireland

 

PANEL DISCUSSION DESCRIPTION

Join us for an in-depth exchange about how donkeys differ in their clinical presentation, management, and treatment of a variety of general and medical conditions that all can lead to a presentation of dullness when observed in a donkey patient.

An international panel of world-renown donkey specialists with a medical bias will debate the following topics amongst many others:

  • General differences between horses and donkeys
  • Causes of the 'dull donkey' (GI, respiratory, liver disease, hyperlipemia etc.)
  • Tools to aid in assessing pain in donkeys (when and how to pain score and what system to use)
  • Emerging diseases of importance

The above topics and many more will be debated by the diverse panel through the contribution of long-standing personal experience and the provision of evidence-based information where available. Attendees are encouraged to ask questions and are very welcome to contribute to the lively discussion.

David qualified from Cambridge Vet School in 1995. He worked in general practice in Yorkshire for 2 years prior to undertaking a 2-year residency and then a PhD at the University of Glasgow. Following this he moved to South Africa as senior medicine clinician in the equine hospital of the University of Pretoria. David subsequently returned to Scotland and worked for Clyde Veterinary Group as head of their equine medicine service. He is currently Professor in equine medicine at the University of Glasgow.

Karen is the Director of Equine Operations (Veterinary and Welfare) at The Donkey Sanctuary where she leads the clinical team in delivery of veterinary care and supports the UK welfare, Europe and Ireland teams to ensure that all donkeys and mules cared for by The Donkey Sanctuary receive a high standard of veterinary care. Karen qualified with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science from the University of Bristol in 1994 and has a PhD in veterinary pharmacology. She is the author of a wide range of peer-reviewed articles relating to donkey medicine and welfare. Alongside providing veterinary care and advice, Karen leads her team in developing and delivering educational materials globally to professionals, students and owners involved in the care and management of donkeys and mules. Her research interests include welfare assessment, pain assessment and management and an evidence based approach to herd health. She has developed a comprehensive herd health programme that has helped deliver improvements to the health of donkeys and mules in sanctuary care.

Ramiro Toribio is a full professor and chief of the Equine Medicine/Equine Field Service section of the College of Veterinary Medicine, The Ohio State University. He is board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM). His duties include research, clinical service, teaching, mentoring, outreach, and administration. He leads professional and graduate courses. Dr. Toribio directs research programs in equine endocrinology, equine neonatology, comparative medicine, and molecular biology. He has secured >$5,000,000 in research funds and has >140 publications. He has collaborations with academic institutions (US and abroad), private practices, foundations, and industry. Dr. Toribio has trained residents, interns, graduate students, and post-doctoral fellows. He is engaged on continuing education activities.

Large animal internal medicine specialist, champion of donkeys and mules, and devoted Equitarian. Dr. Tinkler's priorities for service are communication, outreach and education, compassionate care and equine welfare. She is a volunteer veterinarian, board member and Vice-president of the Equitarian Initiative. Her special interests include: equine nutrition, metabolic disease and infectious disease, as well as international veterinary medicine and One Health (specifically trying to make lives better for the working equids of the world and their owners/communities by creating sustainable veterinary and community education programs in lower and middle-income countries).

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