|Date:||Tue 13th Dec 2022|
|Venue:||Live Online Panel Discussion & On-Demand|
|Contact Hours:||3 Hours|
|Early Booking Deadline:||Friday 31st January 2020|
|Registration Deadline:||Friday 31st December 2027|
* VAT (= MWST/MOMS/SALES TAX) will only be added for certain UK vets attending courses abroad and for all attendees when attending courses in the UK.
|13 December||1PM - 4PM EST (New York)|
|6PM - 9PM GMT (London)|
|7PM - 10PM CET (Paris)|
|14 December||5AM - 8AM AEST (Sydney)|
Moderator:Margo MacPherson DVM, MS, DACT - University of Florida, USA
Panelists:Scott Bailey DVM, MS, DACT – Claiborne Farm, USA
James Crabtree BVM&S, CertEM(StudMed), FRCVS - Equine Reproductive Services, UK
Imogen Henderson BVSc, MSc, Cert EM(StudMed), DECEIM, MRCVS - Ballylinch Stud, Ireland
PANEL DISCUSSION DESCRIPTION
An international panel of world-renowned equine reproductive and neonatal clinicians from all corners of the world will discuss both normal and abnormal findings and management of the postpartum mare and foal. Expert opinions will be shared and debated on topics including breeding management for the post-foaling mare, conditions that affect reproductive efficiency (and sometimes mortality!) of mares after foaling, as well as recognizing and managing routine and unusual conditions that afflict equine neonates. Participants will be encouraged to share their own experiences with the panel and contribute to a vibrant learning session.
* Participants are encouraged to send in questions to email@example.com prior to the panel discussion. There will also be the opportunity to raise questions during the discussion.
Panel Discussion Registration Process: Once you have registered and upon payment, you will receive an invitation to the live panel discussion in due course. The panel discussion will be recorded and after the session has taken place, you will receive the link to access the on-demand recording for a period of 8 weeks. The course fee includes a certificate of attendance, that will be issued once the webinar series/webinar has ended and your attendance has been confirmed.
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James graduated from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, Edinburgh in 2001 after which which he spent four years in mixed practice before leaving for a stud season in Victoria, Australia with Dr John Hyland, specialist in Equine Reproduction. On his return to the United Kingdom, James joined Dr Jonathan Pycock at Equine Reproductive Services, a private first opinion and referral equine practice based in Yorkshire.
During the Southern Hemisphere stud seasons he has worked for Hamilton Veterinary Services, New Zealand and as a consultant stud veterinarian with Dr Lee Morris at EquibreedNZ and Dr Erick Klaui at The Flying Dutchman Australia. In 2009, in association with Balinmore Stud and AI Centre, James set up a stallion semen freezing unit. In 2010 he was awarded the RCVS certificate in Equine Stud Medicine and in 2011 was made an associate lecturer at Liverpool University. James lectures regularly on the national and international stage and has published peer reviewed material on the breeding soundness examination of the stallion, peri-partum problems in mares, granulosa cell tumours and persistent endometrial cups.
He also contributes widely to the popular press with articles on many subjects from bent legs in foals to embryo transfer and embryo freezing. James continues to perform practice based research utilising the most current techniques in equine reproduction and has a particular interest in Doppler ultrasonography, stallion management, the late term pregnant mare, ovarian pathology and orthopaedic disorders of the foal. James is currently lead consultant at Equine Reproductive Services.Full details
American Specialist in Veterinary Theriogenology
Dr. Margo Macpherson received her DVM degree in 1990 from Michigan State University. She completed a residency and Master’s degree in Equine Theriogenology at Texas A&M University followed by practice at the University of Pennsylvania and central Kentucky. Dr. Macpherson is presently a Professor in the section of Reproduction at the University of Florida. She is interested in all aspects of equine reproduction, but has a special interest in problems affecting late pregnancy in the mare, most notably placentitis.
As a Diplomate and Past President of the American College of Theriogenologists, and most recently, the American Association of Equine Practitioners, Dr. Macpherson is dedicated to advancing equine/large animal veterinary medicine and supporting young veterinarians as they grow their own passion for the profession.Full details
American Specialist in Veterinary Theriogenology
Dr Bailey graduated from Kansas State University in 2003 with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and subsequently completed a 3-year residency program in theriogenology at the University of Florida. Dr Bailey was admitted to the American College of Theriogenologists in 2008 and received a Master of Science in Veterinary Medical Science also at the University of Florida in 2009. Dr Bailey then became an Associate Professor in the department of Theriogenology at North Carolina State University Veterinary School. Since September 2019 he is the resident veterinarian at Claiborne Farm
Dr. Bailey’s clinical interests include a variety of aspects of equine and small animal reproduction, including advanced reproductive techniques for equine and canine species, fetal gender-determination in mares and pregnancy management. Dr. Bailey’s research interests have focused on diseases of pregnancy in the mare and causes of perinatal death in foals.Full details
Ireland, United Kingdom
European Specialist in Equine Internal Medicine
Jennie graduated from Liverpool University in 2002 and joined Newcombe and East as an assistant stud vet, “shuttling” between the UK and Australia to complete an internship at Goulburn Valley Equine Hospital and stud seasons in the Hunter Valley. In 2005, she started a Residency in Equine Internal Medicine at Edinburgh University, becoming a Diplomat of the European College of Equine Internal Medicine in 2009. Following the residency, Jennie worked at Godolphin’s Kildangan Stud for three seasons and as a locum Lecturer in Equine Medicine at University College Dublin, before moving to the newly built Newmarket Equine Hospital, where she spent 7 years running the neonatal intensive care service. Jennie is currently working as resident veterinarian for Ballylinch Stud in Kilkenny.Full details