In August 2019 Bova UK set up Bova Scholars, a free online webinar platform for vets and nurses to gain continued professional development (CPD). Bova UK are working with key opinion leaders to bring you up-to-date information on a variety of disease areas in a wide range of species.
The following webinars are available for you to view on demand, there are also some listed that are coming soon. All you need to do is follow the relevant link, enter in your details and enjoy.
To receive your CPD certificate once completed the relevant webinar please email (ensure you state the webinar you have viewed)
Keratoconjunctivitis sicca in the dog: diagnosis, causes and treatment
By James Oliver BVSc PhD CertVOphthal DipECVO MRCVS European and RCVS
Specialist in Veterinary Ophthalmology Honorary Associate Professor, University of Nottingham
The Veterinary prescribing cascade
By Prof Mark Bowen BVetMed MMedSci(MedEd)PhD Cert VA Cert EM(IntMed) Dip ECVSMR Dip ACVIM-LAIM PFHEA FRCVS
Equine Glandular Gastric Disease (EGGD)- What’s New?
Dr. Michael Hewetson BSc BVSc PhD DipECEIM MRCVS RCVS and European Specialist in Equine Internal Medicine
Updates on treatment of equine gastric disease
David Rendle BVSc MVM CertEM(IntMed) DipECEIM FRCVS RCVS and European Specialist in Equine Internal Medicine
Transdermal medications in cats: what do we really know?
By Sarah M. A. Caney BVSc PhD DSAM(Feline) MRCVS, RCVS Specialist in Feline Medicine, CEO Vet Professionals
Immunosuppressants: Beyond Glucocorticoids
By Anna Threlfall BVSc. MVetMed DipACVIM DipECVIM MRCVS RCVS, EBVS® and American Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine, Davies Veterinary Specialists
Cushing’s syndrome in the dog – management strategies in 2019 and beyond
By Professor David Church BVSc PhD MACVSc FHEA MRCVS Deputy Principal, Professor of Small Animal Studies, The Royal Veterinary College
This webinar will focus on optimising management of canine Cushing’s syndrome in dogs from the general practice perspective.
Antimicrobial stewardship – how you can make a difference
By Dr Tim Nuttall BVSc BSc CertVD CBiol MIBiol PhD MRCVS
Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Veterinary Dermatology, The University of Edinburgh
Antimicrobial resistance affects us all; without effective drugs there are no cures. This webinar will help anyone wanting to improve their practice and become an advocate for antimicrobial stewardship.
Responsible use of antibiotics in equine practice
By Professor Mark Bowen BVetMed MMedSci(MedEd) PhD Cert VA Cert EM(IntMed) Dip ECVSMR Dip ACVIM-LAIM PFHEA FRCVS
Professor of Veterinary Internal Medicine, University of Nottingham, clinical lead of the equine medicine service at Oakham Veterinary Hospital
30th January 2020, 8 pm
Normal reproductive cycle of the mare
By Dr. James R. Crabtree BVM&S CertEM(StudMed) MRCVS Director of Equine Reproductive Services (UK) Limited
This presentation will review the normal reproductive cycle of the mare with specific reference to ovulation along with some discussion of Doppler ultrasound. Decision making and choice of ovulation induction agents will be discussed with consideration to the prescribing cascade.
12th March 2020, 8 pm
Mycobacterial infections in cats (and dogs) – focusing on tuberculosis
Professor Danièlle A. Gunn-Moore BSc(Hon), BVM&S, PhD, MANZCVS (Feline), FHEA, FRSB, FRCVS, RCVS Specialist in Feline Medicine
This talk will discuss the increasing recognition of these important potentially zoonotic and nosocomial infections in pet cats (and dogs) in the UK. Almost ~1% of all feline tissue biopsies sent for routine pathology in laboratories in the UK have histopathology changes consistent with mycobacterial infections; of these cases, ~35% have tuberculosis (TB); ~20% caused by Mycobacterium microti (the Vole bacillus) and ~15% caused by Mycobacterium bovis.
5th March 2020, 8 pm
Gastro-duodenal disease in foals
By Emily Haggett, BVSc, DACVIM, MRCVS. RCVS Recognised Specialist in Equine Internal Medicine. Partner at Rossdales Equine Hospital.
This webinar is aimed at offering a practical viewpoint on the detection, management and prevention of gastroduodenal disease in foals.