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Katie Snalune 

Head of Hospital

  • November 2018 ECEIM Congress, University of Ghent, Belgium

  • September 2018 BEVA Congress, Birmingham, UK, abstract presentation and lecturer

  • August 2018 Rossdales Colic Surgery Course – Getting to Grips with Stapling Devices, Newmarket, Suffolk, UK

  • July 2018 ECEIM 2 week imaging rotation, University of Nottingham

  • May 2018  GDPR, VMG, Kent, UK

  • April 2018 BEVA Practical Ultrasonography of the Fetlock, Digital Tendon Sheath and Pastern, Kent, UK

  • January 2018 VPMA Conference, Newport, Wales

  • November 2017 ECEIM International Conference, Budapest, Hungary

  • September 2017 BEVA Updates on Colic Surgery course, Liverpool Vet School, UK

  • November 2016 ECEIM International Conference, Helsinki, Finland

  • August 2016 BEVA Advanced Dental and Sinus Surgery Course, Kent, UK

  • November 2015 ECEIM International Conference, Utrecht, The Netherlands

  • April 2015 BEVA Practical Ultrasonography of the Stifle, Hock and Digital flexor tendon, Kent

  • December 2014 BEVA Advanced Medicine Oncology course, lecturer

  • November 2014 European College of Equine Internal Medicine (ECEIM) International Conference, Prague, Czech Republic

  • August 2014 ECEIM Summer School Training, Vienna, Austria

  • July 2014 11th International Colic Research Symposium, Dublin, Ireland

  • June 2014 BEVA Equine cardiology course, demonstrator

  • December 2013 BEVA Equine ECG and poor performance workshop

  • February 2013 European College of Equine Internal Medicine International Conference, Le Touquet, France

  • November 2012 BEVA Neurological diseases workshop- lecturer

Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

  • Snalune, KL and Mair, T S: (2006) Equine Veterinary Education; 18(1); 20-24. Peritonitis secondary to necrosis of the apex of the urinary bladder in a post parturient mare

Book Chapters as Author

  • Katie Snalune and Anna Paton EVN, General Nursing Chapter 8. in: Equine Veterinary Nursing Manual, 2nd edition, edited by Karen Coumbe. John Wiley and Sons Ltd., Chichester, West Sussex, UK.

Books as Author

  • Snalune, Knottenbelt, and Patterson-Kane: Clinical Equine Oncology, Wiley-Blackwell Publications.

Lectures/Presentations Given

  • 2006 Presented “A Case Report of Pulmonary Valve Endocarditis and Heart Failure in a pregnant mare” to Veterinary Cardiovascular Society Autumn Meeting, Katie Snalune

  • 2008 Improve CPD Thoracic and Abdominal Ultrasound Course Demonstrator, Katie Snalune

  • 2009 “Practical Management and Treatment of Equine Cushing’s Disease” BEVA Cambridgeshire Regional Meeting Speaker and Course Organiser, Katie Snalune

  • 2010 BEVA Neurology Workshop: Infectious Neurological Diseases, University of Cambridge, UK, Katie Snalune

  • 2011 BEVA Regional Meeting Management of Small and Large Intestinal Impactions, University of Cambridge, UK, Katie Snalune

  • 2011 BEVA National Congress Practical Approach to Diagnosis of Muscle Disease, Liverpool, UK, Katie Snalune

  • 2011 BEVA National Congress Research Abstracts: Expression of equine melanoma-associated antigens and identification of targets for tumour immunotherapy, Liverpool, UK, Katie Snalune

  • 2011 BEVA Advanced Medicine Oncology course: Abdominal and Urogential Tract neoplasia, Katie Snalune

  • 2011 BEVA Advanced Medicine Oncology course, PAraneoplastic syndromes, Katie Snalune

  • 2012 BEVA National Neurology workshop: Infectious neurological diseases, University of Cambridge, UK, Katie Snalune

  • 2013 BEVA Regional Meeting: Thoracic neoplasia – a diagnostic challenge, University of Cambridge, UK, Katie Snalune.

  • 2014: Client evening meeting: What to do if my horse has colic. Katie Snalune

  • 2014 BEVA Advanced Medicine Oncology course: Abdominal and Urogential Tract neoplasia, Katie Snalune

  • 2014 BEVA Advanced Medicine Oncology course, PAraneoplastic syndromes, Katie Snalune

  • 2018 BEVA International Congress: Immunotherapies for Sarcoids. Katie Snalune

  • 2018 BEVA International Congress: The Use of Equine Faecal Volatile Organic Compounds as an indicator of risk for development of laminitis in pastured animals. Katie Snalune

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