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Develop your Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging knowledge with the IMV imaging academy

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At IMV imaging we are committed to supporting you throughout your career, to give you the skills and confidence you need to capture and interpret diagnostic images. Which is why we developed the IMV imaging academy a few years ago.

The IMV imaging academy gathers all our teaching resources and expertise into one vibrant, accessible hub. From case studies, courses, instructional videos and webinars to free positioning charts and posters, visit our imaging academy section online to find everything you need to support you on your educational journey.

The learning materials we create cover a variety of species including equine, small animal, bovine and swine and focus on different clinical applications to ensure that no matter which stage you are at in your career, you can gain CPD/CE credits and develop your skills and knowledge in areas of diagnostic imaging.

As we are not able to run face to face training courses just now, our clinical team in conjunction with external speakers are dedicating their time to producing a full series of FREE clinical webinars throughout 2020, focusing on different topics within diagnostic imaging, with the aim of continuing to provide highly valuable learning material and create confidence in veterinary imaging, even during these uncertain times. 

We will announce topics, speakers, dates and times of each webinar as and when they will be held, but to ensure you do not miss out on any of the webinars if you sign-up to our newsletter and follow us on social media you will receive all these notifications.

 

The next webinars we have coming up in the series:

 

 

IMV imaging Journal Club “What’s new in equine foot radiography/radiology Part One"

Thursday 22nd Oct at 7pm BST

In this edition of the IMV Imaging Journal Club, Clinical Manager Laura Quiney seeks to answer the question: What is new in equine foot radiography?'.

Having developed this Critically Appraised Topic, Laura found a plethora of relevant recent literature. In fact, there was so many papers to discuss that we decided to split this month's journal club into two!

This edition is a recording of the presentation for part one and the follow up question and answer session. Here, Laura discusses those papers that pertained to radiography of the equine foot and you can watch the interesting discussion that followed the original broadcast.

About Presenter:

Dr Laura Quiney BVSc MRCVS is a Clinical Manager at IMV imaging. Laura qualified from the University of Bristol and subsequently completed an equine orthopaedic internship at the Animal Health Trust (AHT). Following a period working in ambulatory equine practice in Surrey she returned to the AHT as a Junior Clinician, focusing on lameness and poor performance investigation, diagnostic imaging and clinical research. She underwent 4 years of training in radiography, ultrasonography, MRI and scintigraphy under diagnostic imaging specialists, whilst overseeing the equine diagnostic imaging department.

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IMV imaging Journal Club “What’s new in equine foot radiography/radiology Part Two"

Thursday 29th Oct at 7pm BST

In this edition of the IMV Imaging Journal Club, Clinical Manager Laura Quiney seeks to answer the question: 'What is new in equine foot radiography?'

Having developed this Critically Appraised Topic, Laura found a plethora of relevant recent literature. In fact, there was so many papers to discuss that we decided split this month's journal club into two!

This edition is a recording of the presentation for part two and the follow up question and answer session. Here, Laura discusses those papers that pertained to radiology of the equine foot and you can watch the interesting discussion that followed the original broadcast.

About Presenter:

Dr Laura Quiney BVSc MRCVS is a Clinical Manager at IMV imaging. Laura qualified from the University of Bristol and subsequently completed an equine orthopaedic internship at the Animal Health Trust (AHT). Following a period working in ambulatory equine practice in Surrey she returned to the AHT as a Junior Clinician, focusing on lameness and poor performance investigation, diagnostic imaging and clinical research. She underwent 4 years of training in radiography, ultrasonography, MRI and scintigraphy under diagnostic imaging specialists, whilst overseeing the equine diagnostic imaging department.

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Keeping the early pregnancy going in the mare

Thursday 12th Nov at 7pm BST

In this webinar, the world renowned Equine Reproductive specialist Dr. Jonathan F. Pycock BVetMed PhD DESM MRCVS will take you through "Keeping the early pregnancy going in the mare".  Jonathan will guide you through the best time to scan for pregnancy using ultrasonography and the different clinical signs that help you determine if the mare will produce a live foal. He will also give you advice and guidance on how you can treat the mare to ensure the mare keeps the early pregnancy through to foal.

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About Presenter:

Dr. Jonathan F. Pycock BVetMed PhD DESM MRCVS

Jonathan qualified from the Royal Veterinary College, after which he went on to complete a PhD in mare gynaecology.

Jon is a reproduction expert currently consulting for the Veterinary Defence Society (VDS).

He is former president for the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) and has worked in many different areas of Equine reproduction from owning his own practice, research, teaching, co-authoring many equine books, a former Assistant Professor at the University of Utrecht Veterinary School within the reproduction department and speaking all over the world at major equine congresses on more than one occasion - BEVA, AAEP, WEVA, South African Equine Practitioners Group and Bain Fallon, just to name a few. 

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About IMV imaging

IMV imaging, your complete animal imaging solution.

Previously trading as BCF Technology and ECM (Echo Control Medical), IMV imaging are world leaders in complete animal imaging solutions. We offer the best quality ultrasound, X-ray, digital image management (PACS) and three-dimensional imaging equipment in the world.

Developing and offering technology that will make a real difference, we are dedicated to providing the best equipment, advice, learning, customer care and technical support.

Part of the IMV Technologies Group, we have a wide offering to the entire reproduction management sector. With offices and distributors around the world, the IMV Technologies Group is made up of over 500 employees, each committed to our core values of Partnership, Innovation and Learning.

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