5-6 June 2020, Loseley Park, Surrey

VETERINARY EDUCATION TOMORROW

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Innovation Hub

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Brand new for 2019 - the Innovation Hub.

Set in a ‘festival feel’ style structure in the heart of the festival grounds, the Innovation Hub will be a programme of informal presentations from our exhibitors on their latest products and services.

The sessions will be a mixture of talks, pop-up CPD sessions, demonstrations and new product launch promotions.

FRIDAY 7th JUNE

Time Speaker Session Sponsored by
10.30-11.00 Maddy Freeman and Pennie Clayton, School of Canine Bowen Therapy What is Canine Bowen Therapy?
A talk explaining the history of the Bowen Technique and its adaptation to dogs as Canine Bowen Therapy. Find out what treatment involves, how it may benefit dogs with a broad range of issues, and why a holisitic approach to treating dogs is so important.
11.30-12.00 Dr Nick Thompson 
Natural Instinct

Benefits, Bugs, Bones & Balance: Raw Food in the 21st Century
Nick will be exploring the four pillars of scepticism levelled at raw feeding cats and dogs.  He will look at evidence of benefits, discuss the risk of infection, the safety of feeding bones responsibly, and will review the question of what a 'balanced diet' means.

12.30-13.00 Alan Bashforth
Leucillin Animal Skincare
Topical Results with 99.99999% of Pathogen Killing Power 
Stabilised Hypochlorous is a revolutionary breakthrough in healthcare with many 100 times the effectiveness of standard antiseptics while proven to be 100% safe. Leucllin is fast, effective, versatile and safe, results driven alternative to standard antiseptics, dramatically reducing baterial load with no hypersensitivity reactions or usage constraints.
13.30-14.00

Paul May
MWI Animal Health

Innovation - Take control of your practice 
This session covers what it means to innovate, how innovation has impacted other industries and how we innovate as MWI Animal Health. 
14.30-15.00

Harry Jameson
VetzPetz
 

Performance in Practice: Mobility & Mindfulness to get the best out of yourself 
Under Armour elite coach Harry Jameson discusses how decisions related to our lifestyle and wellness impact our personal and professional performance. From managing stress and sleep, to recovery and energy balance, Harry will look at the key drivers that empower us to better serve the veterinary teams, pets and owners that we work with.
15.30-16.00 Dr G. Mark Johnston
MA VetMB PhD MRCVS
Vetstream Ltd
The importance of an evidence based approach to clinical information and CPD
To provide an introduction to the Vetlexicon and Vetacademy services and how they can assist every member of your clinical team in everyday practice life.
16.30-17.00 Dr Mike Starkey
Head of Oncology Research
Animal Health Trust 
Companion animal cancer research at the Animal Health Trust 
The Animal Health Trust is engaged in research on cancer in dogs, cats and horses that are common and/or serious. Research objectives include developing better ways of predicting tumour metastasis and identifying generic risk factors for cancer. Veterinary practices can make a major contribution to research progress.

 

SATURDAY 8th JUNE

Time Speaker Session Sponsoredby:
10.30-11.00 Alexander Arpino Veterinary Insights   Vet Viewer - Onling Benchmarking for Vets 
Vet Viewer is a free online benchmarking tool for Vets in the UK. Used by more than 400 veterinary surgeries, practices can profile their businesses and benchmark against others, identifying ways to increase profitability and reduce costs. Alex will also talk about VetViewer Plus, a new service being launched. 
11.30-12.00 Maddy Freeman and Pennie Clayton, School of Canine Bowen Therapy What is Canine Bowen Therapy?
A talk explaining the history of the Bowen Technique and its adaptation to dogs as Canine Bowen Therapy. Find out what treatment involves, how it may benefit dogs with a broad range of issues, and why a holisitic approach to treating dogs is so important.
12.30-13.00 Melanie Davies
MS Rubric
(on behalf of Moore Scarrott)
Tackling Tricky HR Issues (working time and bad behaviour)
What responsibility do you have as an employer when staff are away at a work-related event (where they are required to attend more than their usual working hours) and there are allegations of misbehaviour? Facilitated case study with audience participation.
13.30-14.00

Paul May
MWI Animal Health

Innovation - Take control of your practice 
This session covers what it means to innovate, how innovation has impacted other industries and how we innovate as MWI Animal Health. 
14.30-15.00

Chris Trace
University of Surrey

Surrey’s Innovative School of Veterinary Medicine
The first intake of students at the University of Surrey’s School of Veterinary Medicine are about to graduate, having spent their final year out in practice.  How has the profession responded to this innovative approach to veterinary education?  And what can employers expect from this new type of veterinary graduate? 
15.30-16.00

Rachael Bufton
BSc(hons) GradDipVN RVN, Royal Canin®

Nutritional management of cats and dogs with dermatosis and hair loss
We know that 20% of the average vet’s caseload are patients with skin disease. This session will look at the important role nutrition can play in managing cats and dogs with dermatological sensitivities.
 

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