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Applications are now invited for the next 3 internships, which will become available in February 2023, Spring and mid-Summer 2023. The successful applicants will join a team of 5 interns working in a busy, fully equipped referral hospital alongside a team of 10 EBVS specialists. Internships are for a fixed term of 18 months. Applicants must be fluent in written and spoken English and must have at least one year’s experience of clinical practice in the UK and be registered with the RCVS.
Applicants are requested to send in a covering letter and a CV to Barbara.Thornley@theLEH.co.uk.
Closing date for applications will be Friday 30th September 2022.
Vets and horse owners need to work together to tackle wormer resistance
To help find a solution to the rapidly growing problem of resistance to equine worming products, we are delighted to launch Project Worms.
In this first stage of Project WORMS we are looking for horse owners/keepers and stud owners/managers to complete a short questionnaire about how they currently control worms in their horses. The horse owner survey should take approximately 10 minutes to complete, and the stud owner/manager survey around 20 minutes. Your responses are anonymous, but you can at the end be transferred to put your details into a prize draw to win £100 ‘Love to Shop’ vouchers.
For more information and to answer the survey, please click here.
Wednesday 9th March 2022 at 7pm. This is a FREE online webinar
Join Zoetis, Rossdales Ltd and Liphook Equine Hospital as they discuss everything you need to know about EHV.
To register for the FREE webinar, please click here.
Do you have any members of the practice that would be interested in attending our Essentials of Equine Practice course?
Please click here for the booking form
Our vets at Liphook Equine Hospital are often invited to give talks to a wide variety of audiences, such as delegates at veterinary conferences.
Yesterday, Equine Veterinary Surgeon 𝗥𝘂𝘀𝘀𝗲𝗹𝗹 𝗣𝗮𝗿𝗸𝗲𝗿 was invited to present 2 talks at the world famous The London Vet Show. Russell discussed managing acute severe lameness and practical tips on intravenous regional perfusion, sub-palpebral lavage catheters and performing nerve blocks.
The London Vet Show, held at London ExCeL, is the largest veterinary exhibition in Europe and runs over two days.