Cardiology Workshop

UQ VETS Equine Specialist Hospital Gatton
from 08 Feb 2023, 08:00 am, to 09 Feb 2023, 05:00 pm

To register complete this form and email to Dr Jessica Wise.

Webinar - Medical Management of Back Pain in the Horse

20 Oct 2022,08:00 pm - 09:30 pm

Free webinar for equine chapter members: 'Medical Management of Back Pain in the Horse' presented by Dr Josie Hale.

This will take place on October 20th at 8pm (AEDT). To click HERE to register.

Josie graduated from Charles Sturt University in 2014, and began her career in mixed practice in Geelong before completing a one-year rotating internship at Agnes Banks Equine Clinic in 2016. Following her internship, Josie was awarded membership of the ANZCVS in Equine Surgery whilst working in private practice, at Tamworth Equine Veterinary Clinic. Josie spent two years working for Scone Equine Group before commencing a Residency in Equine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation at Charles Sturt University in 2018. During her residency, Josie also completed a Doctor of Veterinary Studies investigating factors that affect autologous conditioned serum concentration in the horse. Josie is currently working at The University of Queensland as she prepares to sit her specialty board examinations. She recently published in EVJ 'The effect of exercise on cytokine concentration in equine autologous conditioned serum'. Josie’s clinical interests include causes of poor performance in the equine athlete, lameness, and back pain. During her spare time, Josie is an avid reining competitor (seen here in action), enjoys spending time with her friends, family and pets as well as getting outdoors for a hike or a weekend away at the beach or snow.

Josie Hale

Bain Fallon 2022 - Combined EVA & ANZCVS abstract session

The Pullman Melbourne Albert Park.
18 Jul 2022,12:45 pm - 05:30 pm

Science Week 2022 - Equine Chapter Program

The Star Gold Coast & Online
from 23 Jun 2022, to 25 Jun 2022

Please click here to visit the Science Week 2022 web site to register on-line.

Equine Chapter Program

Science Week 2021 - Equine Chapter Program (Virtual - On demand)

Virtual - On demand
from 09 Jul 2021, 09:30 am, to 11 Jul 2021, 11:30 am

Please click here to view details regarding the Equine Chapter Virtual On-demand program at Science Week 2021. Please click here to view Equine Chapter program - Science Week 2021.   Please click here to visit the Science Week 2021 web site to register on-line.  

Equine Medicine and Surgery Webinars 17, 18 and 20 August, 2020

ANZCVS Event Portal
from 17 Aug 2020, 07:00 am, to 20 Aug 2020, 08:00 pm

The Equine Chapter of ANZCVS is excited to present an informative selection of topics brought to you by experienced equine veterinarians from Australia, New Zealand, and North America.

The Equine Chapter aims to provide an affordable, interactive series of presentations that are applicable to a broad audience of equine practitioners, equine specialists, residents, interns, and new graduate veterinarians (including ANZCVS members and non-members).

This series also provides a stellar example of what the ANZCVS Science Week conference (Equine Chapter) has to offer. We hope you will join us for some, or all of the online sessions on the evenings of 17, 18 and 20 August, 2020.

Registration fee:

Chapter Members $27.50 (inc GST) per day

Non-Members $38.50 (inc GST) per day

Register online here

Combined ANZCVS/EVA Research session

Hyatt Regency Hotel, Sydney
16 Jul 2018,11:00 am - 05:00 pm

Abstracts to be presented at the combined ANZCVS/EVA research session on Monday 16th July 2018 are now being accepted. Accepted abstracts will be published in the Australian Equine Veterinarian and the Proceedings of the Equine Chapter meeting, Science Week. The abstracts can be recent research, clinical projects or alternatively a case series/case report involving any aspect of equine veterinary science.

For more information regarding the combined ANZCVS/EVA research session please follow the link provided Combined ANZCVS/EVA Research Session

Abstracts must be submitted to no later than Friday 11th May 2018.

For information regarding abstract style please follow the link provided Abstract guidelines - Combined ANZCVS/EVA Research Session