Speaker Profile: Philip Ivens
Updated: 5 days ago
We are really pleased to announce that Philip Ivens will be speaking at BEVA Congress 2023.
Philip qualified from Cambridge University in 2003 and worked initially in mixed/equine practice in Norfolk and Dorset. He then joined (in 2006–2009) the team at the Equine Referral Hospital at the Royal Veterinary College as senior clinical training scholar in equine medicine and equine infectious disease, where he gained his RCVS Certificate in Equine Internal Medicine (2008). In 2011 he gained by examination the European Diploma in Equine Internal Medicine (DipECEIM) and became a European Specialist in Equine Internal Medicine.
In 2016 he became an RCVS Specialist in Equine Internal Medicine. He is founder and director of Buckingham Equine Vets and part of their ambulatory team. He has a specialist interest in equine infectious diseases, respiratory medicine and oncology. He acts as a medicine consultant within the practice and heads up Buckingham Equine Medicine Referrals. He has lectured on infectious diseases in the UK and abroad. He has published on equine infectious diseases and written several chapters in veterinary text books.
Hear Philip at BEVA Congress 2023
Thursday at 1:15pm - 2:45pm: Primary Care Guidelines - Laminitis and Strangles Management
Chair: Celia Marr
Goal of BEVA Primary Care Guidelines & GRADE framework
Progress Report from BEVA PCG on Strangles
Discussion on Strangles progress report
Philip Ivens & Kris Hughes
Final report: Highlights of BEVA PCG on Laminitis management in primary care practice
Audience discussion PCG on Laminitis management in primary care practice
Sum up and call for future PCG topics
Thursday at 1:40pm - 3:10pm: Pre-Purchase Dilemmas
Chair: Malcolm Morley
Interpreting radiological findings in sound horses
How lame is too lame?
Do we need to change owner perceptions of the PPE?
Medical pitfalls in the PPE
Thursday at 4:00pm - 5:25pm: Dermatology Workshop
Chair: Mike Hewetson
April Lawsons, Julia Shrubb and Philip Ivens
Friday at 8:40am - 10:10am: Respiratory Medicine
Chair: Harry Carslake
CAT: What does a BAL really tell us?
How to: Ultrasonography and radiography of the lungs - what is achievable in the field
Managing equine asthma: if only they would listen...
Non responder: the asthmatic horse
Friday at 10:50am - 12:10pm: Colic
Chair: Emily Floyd
Quick as a FLASH: abdominal ultrasonography refresher
What can lactate tell us about colics?
Nutrition for the recurrent colic
CAT: Colic surgery over time: Are we doing better?