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Staff are invited to hear about new developments in the busiest equine referral centre in the country, at Leahurst.
A webinar, Preventing Equine Colic: The research and development of the UK’s leading Equine Centre, will be hosted by Peter Bowling, Clinical Director of the Philip Leverhulme Equine Hospital, and Professor of Equine Studies, Chris Proudman, who will talk about plans for a new Colic Prevention and Performance Centre as well as the latest research in equine disease.
The Equine Hospital sees more than 2,000 cases a year, ranging from investigations into lameness and headshaking, to emergency referrals for colic surgery.
The webinar, which is used to conduct live meetings, training, or presentations via your computer and the internet, is free and takes place on Thursday 3 February at 2pm.
To register your interest email Karen.Billington@liv.ac.uk
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