Poultry Health Course 2017 at the Pirbright Institute (UK)

Date of publication : 3/9/2017
Source : http://www.pirbright.ac.uk/events/
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This course is for veterinary surgeons, technical staff and managers from the poultry industry who wish to learn more about the nature, diagnosis, and control of infectious diseases of poultry. The course is also suitable for non-specialist graduates who wish to gain a thorough knowledge of the poultry sector while working towards the postgraduate awards in Agrifood.

Further information and registration

The Pirbright Institute: Monday 3 April - Friday 7 April

University of Nottingham: Monday 10 April - Thursday 13 April

Poultry rearing for meat and eggs is now a global activity and which continues to adapt to the changing national and international economic and political climate. Infectious agents and other causes of disease also continue to change and adapt and it is important for those involved in the industry to keep abreast of the latest applied and pure scientific developments which can affect the industry.

The Poultry Health Course was established at the Houghton Poultry Research Station in the 1970s and has been run every year since then. In 2015 the course of 55 lectures was delivered by 30 international experts in their fields of pathology, poultry rearing, nutrition, pathology, parasitology, virology and bacteriology coupled with applied subjects such as vaccination, post-mortem examination, and laboratory diagnosis.

In 2015 The University of Nottingham partnered with the Pirbright Institute to develop the Poultry Health Course as a completely online course to be run in parallel with the residential course involving the same set of lectures and lecturers.

Radoslav Tsenin
Veterinary Doctor
Re: Poultry Health Course 2017 at the Pirbright Institute (UK)
15/03/2017 | What is the price of this course? Some contracts?
Dr. K. M. Ehasanul Islam
DVM, MS(Theriogenology)
Re: Poultry Health Course 2017 at the Pirbright Institute (UK)
16/03/2017 | What about the coasting of this training course? Is their any chance to get any funding to move their from Bangladesh?
Re: Poultry Health Course 2017 at the Pirbright Institute (UK)
16/03/2017 | dear Ismet,

I totally agree on the lack of veterinarian and the special amounts you are about to expose when you are interested in participating to the events like this one? may be a direct paid online participation or paid podcasts could provide a little solution?
Helen Ajayi
BSc. Biochemistry, MSc. & PhD Agric.Biochemistry & Nutrition
Re: Poultry Health Course 2017 at the Pirbright Institute (UK)
16/03/2017 | Is this meant for only those based in the UK? If no, sending out the notice earlier and having an online version will encourage more participation from the international community which will serve to improve poultry production worldwide.
Re: Poultry Health Course 2017 at the Pirbright Institute (UK)
16/03/2017 | I want to attend the course. Will someone tell about the cost of the course?
Toppel
Research
Re: Poultry Health Course 2017 at the Pirbright Institute (UK)
16/03/2017 | http://www.poultryhealthcourse.com/exam/
Re: Poultry Health Course 2017 at the Pirbright Institute (UK)
17/03/2017 |

Kindly roll out the notice earlier next time to allow for people outside the UK to participate. Also, kindly include sponsorship of people from developing countries to encourage participation.

maurice obewa
Animal Nutritionist
Re: Poultry Health Course 2017 at the Pirbright Institute (UK)
18/03/2017 | Poultry Health Course 2017 at the Pirbright Institute (UK)

May African scholars Nutritionists and producers would wish to participate but cant because of financial constraints
Provide solutions please
Re: Poultry Health Course 2017 at the Pirbright Institute (UK)
04/04/2017 | I am interested in this course. Please let me know the requirement, to make me eligible for attendance
Muhammad Kashif
Veterinary Doctor
Re: Poultry Health Course 2017 at the Pirbright Institute (UK)
18/04/2017 | dates changed
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