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Conference Programme 2020

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Conference Programme 2020

Join the Royal Veterinary College at Singapore Vet

Singapore Vet is delighted to announce that the clinical conference, programmed by Jill Maddison from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) - who also creates the world-famous London Vet Show conference programme. The RVC is currently the world's number one veterinary school based on the prestigious QS World University Rankings 2019. 

To complement the world-class scientific content in Clinical Theatres 1 & 2,  the Business and Innovation Theatres are designed to provide busy veterinary professionals with actionable takeaways, business strategies and inspiration that can be put in place instantly upon returning to their practice. 

Stay tuned for more details about the 2020 Business and Innovation theatre programmes – take a look at the 2019 sessions here!   

*All conferences and sessions will be conducted in English language. 

**The Organiser reserves the rights to change the programme without prior notice. 

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Business Theatre
  1. Business Theatre
    How often do you do an amazing job on a surgery, only for the owner to take off the buster collar and it all falls apart? Or tell the owner exactly how to help their pet, only to have them completely ...
RVC Clinical Theatre 1
  1. RVC Clinical Theatre 1
    Critical patients can inspire fear in us and make us lose our focus on what we can do for them. We need to concentrate on our clinical examination of the patient to determine what the main problem are ...
  2. RVC Clinical Theatre 1
    Many veterinary practitioners lack confidence when confronted with neurology patients. This 'neurophobia' limits the successful assessment of animals with neurological signs and these patients are the ...
  3. RVC Clinical Theatre 1
    Exploratory laparotomy is a commonly utilised surgical procedure to aid in diagnosis or to facilitate an intervention. If approached in a systematic fashion with good pre operative planning it is a po ...
  4. RVC Clinical Theatre 1
    When an ulcer hasn’t healed at the first recheck, there is a tendency to throw up our arms and become frustrated. A few golden rules can help us to see that ulcers within this group have actually help ...
  5. RVC Clinical Theatre 1
    Inflammatory airway disease in the cat can be associated with eosinophilic, neutrophilic, or mixed inflammation however the importance of these differing types of inflammation remains unclear. Various ...
RVC Clinical Theatre 2
  1. RVC Clinical Theatre 2
    Chronic diarrhoea can be frustrating to treat- for owners and vets alike. A logical and practical approach to cases is important to quickly establish which cases need investigation and which can have ...
  2. RVC Clinical Theatre 2
    Loud breathing is typically related to upper airway disease. While the etiology is often apparent in brachycephalic disease, determining the severity and origin of these signs can be challenging. Surg ...
  3. RVC Clinical Theatre 2
    Encephalitozoon cuniculi is often a suspected cause of head tilt in rabbits. However, a definitive diagnosis is difficult to obtain. This presentation will discuss the pathophysiology of head tilt in ...
  4. RVC Clinical Theatre 2
    It is often wrongly assumed that patients with acute hindlimb paralysis carry a poor prognosis and can only be evaluated in specialist referral centres. It is important to realise that only a handful ...
  5. RVC Clinical Theatre 2
    BOAS is a complex syndrome where the whole range of abnormalities that develop in these breeds can limit their lifestyle and cause major concerns when anaesthetising them. I will aim to cover the main ...
  6. RVC Clinical Theatre 2
    Pancreatitis is a commonly diagnosed problem in dogs that occurs in severe and mild forms, and with acute and chronic inflammation; it is also being increasingly recognized in cats. Chronic pancreatit ...
  7. RVC Clinical Theatre 2
    Keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS), or “dry eye”, is a common disease of dogs that, since the introduction of cyclosporine, is usually relatively easily managed. Here, we briefly discuss routine managem ...
Business Theatre
  1. Business Theatre
    Do you feel stuck in a rut? Can't imagine how you're going to do this every day for another 30 or 40 years? But don't know how to improve your life without completely starting again on the career ladd ...
RVC Clinical Theatre 1
  1. RVC Clinical Theatre 1
    Anorexia can have a myriad of causes and is a clinical manifestation of many different diseases. Usually, there will be some other, more specific clinical sign in our patient that will help us localis ...
  2. RVC Clinical Theatre 1
    Surgical correction of eyelid problems can be some of the most satisfying surgeries in general practice. However, attention to the smallest of details is essential if good results are to be attained. ...
  3. RVC Clinical Theatre 1
    In this lecture, Dr. Justine Lee, DACVECC, DABT will review the top 10 mistakes to avoid in your dyspnoeic patient, including how to clinical recognize them, whether to take chest radiographs, how to ...
  4. RVC Clinical Theatre 1
    The violent and unpredictable nature of seizures can be overwhelming and distressing for owners of affected animals. It is therefore important to build a strong relationship with your client that is b ...
  5. RVC Clinical Theatre 1
    Practising good antimicrobial stewardship in veterinary practice is essential in the 21st century. Not only to reduce the risk of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) but also to reduce the impact of antibi ...
  6. RVC Clinical Theatre 1
    In this video-based lecture, Dr. Justine Lee, DACVECC, DABT will review common procedures that veterinarians must feel comfortable performing in the emergency room, including thoracocentesis, abdomino ...
RVC Clinical Theatre 2
  1. RVC Clinical Theatre 2
    In this lecture, Dr. Justine Lee, DACVECC, DABT will review common mistakes to avoid in the ER such as when to perform chest radiographs in the unstable patient, what dose of steroids to use, when to ...
  2. RVC Clinical Theatre 2
    Although head trauma is a potential life-threatening emergency, affected animals can be successfully managed in private practice. A basic understanding of the pathophysiology of traumatic brain injury ...
  3. RVC Clinical Theatre 2
    Cats with idiopathic rhinosinusitis typically require long term management. Because the underlying cause of this disease is poorly understood, limiting clinical signs and providing the owner with a re ...
  4. RVC Clinical Theatre 2
    In this lecture, Dr. Justine Lee, DACVECC, DABT reviews the most common errors veterinary professionals make with the poisoned veterinary patient. Learn which emetic agents to use in dogs versus cats, ...
  5. RVC Clinical Theatre 2
    Rabbit anaesthesia has been associated with higher mortality and morbidity rates than dog and cat anaesthesia. This presentation will discuss the differences in rabbit and dog/cat physiology that may ...

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