Thursday 22nd Apr 2021

BVDSG Events


Dear Friends and colleagues
The British Veterinary Dermatology Study Group (BVDSG) would like to welcome you to their Spring Meeting entitled “Bacterial skin disease”. This meeting will again be a VIRTUAL meeting hosted by ELearning.Vet (www.elearning.vet) and will take place on Wednesday 24th March 2021.
Following such positive feedback and support after our last two virtual meetings, and the decision by the BSAVA to hold their Annual Congress virtually, and the continuing uncertainty amidst the global Covid-19 pandemic, it felt wholly appropriate to continue in the same vein.
We thank our members for their unswerving support and we do hope that you will support our meeting and enjoy a day of world class Dermatology CPD from the comfort and safety of your own home once again.
We have a fabulous line up covering the skin microbiome, primary factors influencing pyoderma, new therapies, antibiotic stewardship, bacterial resistance and zoonoses, multi-resistance, and hygiene strategies.
We welcome world renowned expert speakers Tim Nuttall, Anette Loeffler and Finola Leonard who will give us valuable insights into this ever-emerging and challenging area of dermatology.
We would like to thank our sponsors for their continued and valued support, and our members for their regular attendance, both of which make it possible for us to hold these supremely high quality educations events.
We hope you enjoy the meeting!


On behalf of the BVDSG Committee
Sarah Warren BVetMed MSc (Clin. Onc.) CertVD MRCVS
President


• BVDSG Spring meeting 2021

Our meeting will be held virtually in spring, on the 24th March 2021

Bacterial skin disease

0900–0930 Introductions
0930-1015 The skin microbiome Tim Nuttall
1015-1100 Primary factors in pyoderma: approach to patients with bacterial skin disease Anette Löffler
1100-1130 Coffee and commercial exhibition
1130-1215 What’s new in therapy for bacterial skin disease? Tim Nuttall
1215-1300 Antibiotic stewardship Anette Löffler
1300–1400 Lunch
1400-1445 Status quo: how much resistance is there and is this a zoonotic and/or reverse zoonotic issue? Finola Leonard
1445-1530 Pyoderma caused by MDR bacteria Anette Löffler
1530–1600 Coffee and commercial exhibition
1600-1645 Resistance avoidance strategies Tim Nuttall
1645-1730 Hygiene strategies Finola Leonard



To register for this event, please go to http://bvdsgmeetings.com/