Scope of the seminar: The respiratory training focusses on pathology, practical aspects of diagnosis, prevention and treatment of respiratory diseases.
This training will be composed by:
- Theoretical part covering:
- practical aspects of diagnosis and monitoring
- prevention and treatment of respiratory diseases.
- Analysis of a real case reports workshop – Where attendees will have the chance to test the tools provided during the training to address a real clinical case.
- 3 practical digital visits:
- Farm visit:
- What signs to look for in a flock to detect and address a respiratory problem;
- How to manage ventilation in a poultry house.
- Lab tour
- The different lab techniques used when sampling for the different respiratory diseases
- Common pitfalls when sampling
- Necropsy and sampling techniques.
- How to measure your respiratory status
- How and what to sample.
- Farm visit:
|In response to |
1. the present situation and current health and social guidelines of the authorities where we need and want to comply with
2. the several requests for continuing activities as much as possible
Vetworks will provide a fully adapted streaming service for the Respiratory Training on the 19th till the 21st of January.
This training will allow you to learn in an interactive and practical way while having all the information without leaving the comfort and safety of your home.
During these 3 days of online streaming, flexible moments are foreseen to follow pre-recorded topics to allow you flexibility.
Interested in following a Respiratory workshop?
*** Please note that our live training will be organized only if in line with guidelines of local authorities with relation to COVID-19.
We might need to adapt the program in light of latest guidelines.
In case of cancellation of the training, all attendees will have the option to change to the streamed training or to a later date without any additional cost. ***
Register for our training in Poeke (Belgium) or our online streaming training (World Wide).
Please note that our live training is depending on guidelines of local authorities with relation to COVID-19. In case restrictions are inhibiting attendants to join live, online streaming with refund will be offered.
Workshop Only: € 1.500
Per night: € 160* in Bruges, BE
Please note that restaurants and hotels offerings are depending on guidelines of local authorities with relation to COVID-19. In case restrictions are inhibiting attendants to join live, online streaming with refund will be offered.
Due to the Covid-19 outbreak we provide a fully adapted streaming service.
Follow our training online while you’re safe at home.
Day 1: Morning session
- Welcome and introduction on respiratory issues in poultry
- Review of the avian respiratory anatomy, immunity and physiology
- Management factors influencing respiratory health
Day 1: Afternoon session
- Overview of the diagnostic tools & sampling
- Mycoplasmosis (MG/MS) and CRD complex: diagnostics, monitoring, prevention, treatments
- IB (Pathology, Diagnostics, Monitoring, and Prevention)
- Practical digital visits – Lab tour: lab techniques; Common pitfalls when sampling
Day 2: Morning session
- Avian influenza and Newcastle disease
- TRT, ILT and Fowl pox: pathology, diagnostics, monitoring, and prevention
- ORT In poultry practice
- Fungal and parasitic disease
Day 2: Afternoon session
- Practical digital visits – farm visit: Signs to look for in a flock; How to manage ventilation;
- Practical digital visits – Necropsy and sampling techniques: How to measure your respiratory status; How and what to sample;
Day 3: Morning session
- Other bacterial respiratory pathogens (Infectious Coryza, Pasteurellosis, Chlamidia Psittaci, TBC & Gallibacterium Anatis
- Vaccination in broiler, layers and breeders ; Guidelines for vaccination and how to identify mistakes of vaccination teams
- How to make a monitorization program; Cost-effective monitorization
Day 3: Afternoon session
- Treatment of respiratory diseases
- Workshop: Analysis real case reports
- Certification quiz and closing session
Accreditation from the Flemish Veterinary Board (NGROD)