ONLINE SCHEDULE (Bucharest time, EET) 


THURSDAY, 21st of Oct

Toxicology with Dr. Andras Nagy -DVM, PhD, Dip.ABVT, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca.

6.30 pm Cardiotoxic plants-classification, toxicity and management of poisoning

7.30 pm Hemolytic anemia caused by chemicals and toxins, differential diagnosis and therapeutic management


Equine with Dr. Rose Tallon -DACVIM (LAIM), Donnigton Grove, UK.

8.45 pm First aid for the foal and mare


FRIDAY, 22nd of Oct

Anaesthesia with Dr. Alexandru Tutunaru -DVM, PhD, ECVAA Candidate, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Liège, Belgium.

6-7 pm An update to the anaesthetic risk. Analgesic management to the critically ill patient.


ECC in Small animals with Dr. Sînziana Rădulescu -Dr. med. vet. GP CERT (EM&S) PG DIP VCP MRCVS, final year resident in Emergency and Critical Care, Queen Mother Hospital for Animals, Royal Veterinary College.

7pm CPR (RECOVER Guidelines): What really matters and why 

8pm pm Mastering fluid therapy: First do no harm

9 pm Common emergency presentations to the ER: Tips and tricks

SATURDAY, 23rd of Oct

Equine medicine with Dr. Patrick Pollock -BVMS, PhD, CertES (Soft Tissue), Dip.ECVS, FHEA, FRCVS European and RCVS Recognised specialist in Equine Surgery, Director of the Equine Hospital & Practice Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, Scotland.

12.30 pm Peak performance for vets -how to be at your best in high stakes situations


Zoo medicine with Dr. Michelle Kischinovsky -DVM, MRCVS, Nordens Ark Zoo, Sweden.

2 pm Comparison of emergencies and treatment options between exotic pets and zoo animals

2.40 pm First aid and neonatal care in a Swedish conservation Zoo.


Fish medicine with Dr. Jessie Sanders, DVM, CertAqV – Chief Veterinarian and owner of Aquatic Veterinary Services.

4-6 pm Triage for Fish Cases: How to Handle a Patient that Swims in Your Door


Large animal rescue with Dr. Rebecca (Gimenez) Husted, President TLAER (Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescue), Educator, Facilitator.

6.30 pm Wildfire response considerations for veterinarian and staff

7.30 pm Transportation with livestock for veterinarian and staff

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