Programme | Saturday 27 March
Each session will end with a live discussion element.
Sessions within the Live Streams will be added to the On Demand Stream after live broadcast.
Live Stream 1 | 10:00 - 10:50 Getting the most from your orthopaedic exam in the lame dog
Orthopaedic exam review - Ben Walton (UK)
Visual gait analysis and how to be objective - Miranda Aiken (UK)
Live Stream 1 | 11:20 - 12:10 Is this lameness orthopaedic or neurological?
Live session - Ben Walton (UK) & Bianca Hettlich (CH)
Live Stream 1 | 12:20 - 13:10 My favourite orthopaedic myths
My favourite myths around FHO - Bianca Hettlich (CH)
Cat fractures will heal as long as the two bone ends are in the same room - Miranda Aiken (UK)
Live Stream 2 | 10:00 - 10:50 Improving your practice's skills in cytology
Common mistakes in sampling - Paola Monti (UK)
Common mistakes in interpreting - Elizabeth Villiers (UK)
Live Stream 2 | 11:20 - 12:10 Is it cancer?
How does the cytologist do it? - Elizabeth Villiers (UK)
What else does the oncologist need to know (TNM)? - Laura Blackwood (UK)
Live Stream 2 | 12:20 - 13:10 Interactive cytology
Live session - Paola Monti (UK) & Elizabeth Villiers (UK)
Live Stream 3 | 10:00 - 10:50 Mastering uncertainty: communicating to inspire confidence
Overview of psychology of uncertainty - Carolyne Crowe (UK)
Application of this from COVID lockdown perspective in practice - Alan Robinson (UK)
Live Stream 3 | 11:20 - 12:10 Lessons from lockdown: telemedicine is here to stay
Insights into maintaining relationships and changing dynamics with remote consults - Brian Faulkner (UK)
Practice perspective: how have we used it, what have we learned? - Matt Flann (UK)
Live Stream 3 | 12:20 - 13:10 Today's VUCA world: opportunity or threat?
Overview of VUCA - Richard Casey (UK)
Key themes of change - Liz Somerville (UK)
Live Stream 4 | 10:00 - 10:50 The broken tap: when do we need a plumber?
Critical history, blood tests and urinalysis - Alix McBrearty (UK)
Imaging the urogenital tract: what test when? - Gawain Hammond (UK)
Live Stream 4 | 11:20 - 12:10 The leaking tap: what's new?
dentifying ectopic ureters: tips and tricks - Laura Owen (UK)
USMI when medicine fails: what next? - Alasdair Hotston Moore (UK)
Live Stream 4 | 12:20 - 13:10 The burst pipe under the floorboards: how to spot urinary trauma?
Spotting urinary tract trauma - Ed Friend (UK)
Treatment options for urinary tract trauma - Laura Owen (UK)
Exhibitor Stream | 11:20 - 12:10 Bilateral laparoscopic adrenalectomy for canine pituitary dependent hyperadrenocorticism
Presentation and Live Q&A - Karla Lee
Visit the Virtual Exhibition and meet with industry representatives, to discuss their latest products and services!
Live Stream 1 | 14:30 - 15:20 What can be achieved in a ten minute consult
Establishing pain through owner questioning - Matt Gurney (UK)
What can be achieved in a 10 minute consult - Samantha Lindley (UK)
Live Stream 1 | 15:30 - 16:20 Owner engagement in chronic pain
Managing expectations: client education - Samantha Lindley (UK)
Monitoring pain therapies - Matt Gurney (UK)
Live Stream 1 | 16:50 - 17:40 Building a pain management plan: where to start
Drug free management - Samantha Lindley (UK)
Foundations of drug therapy: Into building the plan and an overview of NSAIDS - Stuart Carmichael (UK)
Live Stream 1 | 17:50 - 18:40 Drug management in chronic pain: when basics are not enough
Older drugs - Matt Gurney (UK)
New approaches - Ian Self (UK)
Live Stream 2 | 14:30 - 15:20 Chemotherapy: common myths debunked
Giving chemotherapy is too dangerous to the cat - Owen Davies (UK)
Giving chemotherapy is too dangerous to the dog - Sarah Mason (UK)
Live Stream 2 | 15:30 - 16:20 How to deal with the incidental mass
Can we ever assume a mass is a lipoma? - Michael Macfarlane (UK)
Incidental abdominal masses in dogs - Sarah Mason (UK)
Live Stream 2 | 16:50 - 17:40 The miracle cures: how to deal with Dr Google
Will changing my pet's diet help to cure the cancer? - Owen Davies (UK)
I have read on the internet about… Using EBM to combat miracle cures - Sarah Mason (UK)
Live Stream 2 | 17:50 - 18:40 Client communication: it's a two way street!
Top tips for getting the message across without losing the patient
Part I - Linda Ryan (UK)
Part II - Michael Macfarlane (UK)
Live Stream 3 | 14:30 - 15:20 Build it and they will come: creating a vet and nurse friendly practice
Team perspective - Alan Robinson (UK)
Productivity is more than a number: rewarding and recognising team excellence - Ernie Ward (UK)
Live Stream 3 | 15:30 - 16:20 Desperately seeking vets and nurses: how do I make my practice stand out?
The unfair advantage: a digital strategy to fill your vacancies - Dave Nicol (UK)
Writing a compelling advert - Brian Faulkner (UK)
Live Stream 3 | 16:50 - 17:40 Good team players are found not made: how to choose wisely
Review of different tools and criteria for selection - Carolyne Crowe (UK)
How I hire: essential attributes of excellent employees - Ernie Ward (UK)
Live Stream 3 | 17:50 - 18:40 I’ve got ‘em, now how do I keep ‘em? The keys to retention
Why culture matters - Ernie Ward (UK)
Intrinsic vs extrinsic motivation - Alan Robinson (UK)
Live Stream 4 | 14:30 - 15:20 Help! Acute abdomen: what do I do?
Presentation and triage of acute abdomen - Alison Moores (UK)
What is the immediate management, in terms of bloods, drugs and tests? - Jackie Demetriou (UK)
Live Stream 4 | 15:30 - 16:20 Stabilising the acute abdomen
Fluid therapy in acute abdomen - Jess Herley (UK)
Anaesthetic considerations for the acute abdomen - Ian Self (UK)
Live Stream 4 | 16:50 - 17:40 Optimising surgical management of the acute abdomen
Surgical management of the acute abdomen - Jackie Demetriou (UK)
Otomies and ectomies in the acute abdomen: how to improve outcomes - Rob White (UK)
Live Stream 4 | 17:50 - 18:40 How to deal with abdominal surgical complications
Post surgical complications: overview - Jackie Demetriou (UK)
Dealing with post operative peritonitis - Jane Ladlow (UK)
Exhibitor Stream | 12:20 - 13:10 Dealing with coprophagia in dogs
Presentation - Helen Harrison
Exhibitor Stream | 14:30 - 15:20 Why MRI is the next big thing in veterinary/ What CT can do for your patients and the surgery
Presentation and Live Q&A - Denise Newsom