PROGRAMME

The comprehensive two day programme features small animal & large animal streams across both days, with an equine stream on day one and specialist workshops on day two.

Lectures in 2018 will support the theme ‘Controlling disease threats at home and from abroad.’

Please note programme is subject to change. Further lectures and speakers are being added regularly.

Wednesday
2018-09-19
Small Animal
Large Animal
Equine
Thursday
2018-09-20
Small Animal
Large Animal
Specialist Workshops
Small Animal
Large Animal
Equine
Small Animal
Large Animal
Specialist Workshops
09:00
Registration
09:00
Registration
09:00
Registration
09:30
Opening Address
09:45
Opening Address
09:45
Opening Address
09:45
Paraprofessionals working in the veterinary team

Simon Hall, Director for EU Exit and Trade, APHA

10:00
Equine Infectious Anaemia in Europe: an ongoing threat to the UK

Helen Roberts MRCVS APHA

10:00
International Trade – What is the future?
10:30
Coffee Break
10:45
Coffee Break
10:45
Coffee Break
11:15
How a better understanding of Badger Ecology can help vets advise on TB Biosecurity
11:30
Sampling for CEM – best practice tips

Fred Barrelet

11:30
Completing the export health certificate to some challenging destinations

APHA International Trade Team

12:00
Lunch Break
12:15
The spread of Babesia canis and what we can learn about biosecurity

Ian Wright MRCVS The Mount Veterinary Practice Fleetwood

12:15
Lunch Break
13:00
Lunch Break
13:00
Enhanced Management of Persistent TB Breakdowns

Mariusz Jopek MRCVS APHA

13:45
Coffee Break
14:00
Optimising Equine Transport

Tom Eaton-evans MRCVS

14:00
An update on the delivery of Cymorth TB in Wales

Katie Rose MRCVS APHA

14:00
The Perfect Pet Passport

APHA International Trade Team

14:45
TB in cats – how concerned should we be?
14:45
Coffee Break
14:45
Coffee Break
15:00
Can I inseminate this mare? What are the rules for the International trade of semen and how are they applied?
15:00
An update on the additional tests that APHA are using to diagnose m.bovis infection. When and why they are used?
15:30
Coffee Break
15:45
Coffee Break
15:45
Coffee Break
16:00
Companion Animal Revalidation – what do I need to do?
16:15
Product exports Q&A – ask the experts
16:15
Planning an export to Australia – the pitfalls to avoid
16:45
Happy Hour

Exhibition Floor

16:45
Happy Hour

Exhibition Floor

16:45
Happy Hour

Exhibition Floor

09:45
TB control method in the USA

Paul Bartlet

10:00
Backyard pigs – Notifiable Diseases and Zoonosis
10:00
Interactive Workshop – Germinal Products Exports Q&A ask the experts
10:30
Coffee Break
10:45
Coffee Break
10:45
Coffee Break
11:15
Bovine leukemia virus in the USA

Paul Bartlett

11:30
Revalidation – drop in question session
11:30
Q&A – ask the experts
12:00
Lunch Break
12:15
Lunch Break
12:15
Exporting the pet bird
13:00
The use of Non-Veterinarian Approved Tuberculin Testers(ATTs) – Where Are We Now?

Sue Quinney

13:00
Lunch Break
13:15
Interactive Workshop – Ungulate Exports – Q & A ask the experts
13:45
Coffee Break
14:00
Interactive Workshop – Avian Exports
14:00
Certification in small animal practice – how to get it right

Peter Jinman OBE MRCVS

14:00
Exotic Notifiable Disease investigation

Shellene Hurley and Paul Honeyman, APHA

14:45
An update on new developments
14:45
Coffee Break
15:00
Welfare and transport – going abroad etc
15:30
Coffee Break
15:45
Coffee Break
16:00
An update on new developments
16:15
The emerging threat of hydatid disease in the UK

Ian Wright MRCVS The Mount Veterinary Practice Fleetwood

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