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2020 AGWSDV Conference9 CPD Points
The Australian Greyhound Working and Sporting Dog Veterinarians (AGWSDV) Annual Conference will be held over three nights of live streaming, with an amazing array of speakers.
This year's program is focused on providing the latest clinical research and information in the field of working and sporting dogs, as well providing practical, take home and how to do tips for clinical work.
Our keynote speakers this year are Dr. Arthur House, Dr. John Katakasi, Dr. Stephen Fearnside and Dr. Petra Price.
Throughout the conference we explore the imaging of musculoskeletal injuries, how we can improve our diagnostic skills, discussion on the treatment of common injuries, the current gold standard treatments of musculoskeletal injuries and ground-breaking research into retinopathies of older greyhounds.
Other talks and panel discussions include the recent coronavirus epidemic in racing greyhounds, the results of some drug excretion studies led by Dr. Steven Karamatic and advancing the welfare of retired greyhounds by Dr. Gavin Goble and Dr. Michelle Ledger.
We have stellar line up of speakers at the 2020 AGWSDV Conference and look forward to welcoming you all.
3 Sep 2020 to 8 Oct 2020
Greyhound - Full Member
Greyhound - Student
What are the best imaging modalities from a surgeon’s perspective?
Why use CT? What are we missing? Injuries of the distal tibial, carpus and tarsal lesions which have been normal on radiographs but produce abnormal findings on CT
Tarsal fractures tips and tricks for a successful surgical outcome. Is post op rehabilitation important?
A study into the prevalence of retinopathy of Greyhounds in New Zealand: what we found, implications and future directions
Tissue healing: What is the process, how can we augment this using exercise, physiotherapy modalities and medications? What techniques or medications should we avoid?
The Australian Greyhound Working and Sporting Dog Veterinarians (AGWSDV) group is a special interest group of the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA), the only professional organisation representing veterinarians in Australia. AGWSDV members have expertise in the health and welfare of greyhounds, and provide their expertise to owners, trainers and racing organisations.