We offer evening live CPD webinars that are delivered by SRUC Veterinary Investigation Officers, SRUC speakers and external experts. This CPD activity is part of the Outreach for Surveillance and Bitesize CPD programme. The live webinars, which are also recorded, are funded by the Scottish Government and are delivered to UK and overseas veterinary practitioners free of cost.

Note that the webinar recordings will be forward to CPD attendees after each talk and can be accessed through the online CPD academy/free talks section. Please contact us for any queries via the form below.

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Taking Control of Bovine TB

Scotland continues to enjoy Official TB Free Status and the benefits that that brings to the cattle industry, something that we need to work hard as an industry to maintain.   However as practitioners, especially in South of Scotland know this does not mean that TB is not present in the cattle population and it remains an ever present potential biosecurity threat.

We are delighted to have three expert speakers to discuss TB in a Scottish context.  Firstly Mick Park and Iain Bell from APHA who will describe trends, actions on confirmed cases and new opportunities for investigating the source and Sarah Tomlinson who is the TB Advisory Service Technical Director, veterinary lead and a key member of BCVA’s TB working group, who will give us an overview of an holistic approach to bovine TB.


This CPD event will be part of two series of webinars

Webinar 1: 20 October 2023, 7.00-8.00pm:  Trends, actions on confirmed cases and new opportunities for investigating the source

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Webinar 2:  27 October 2023, 7.00-8.00pm: Holistic approach to bovine TB- there is more to TB than just testing

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