Equine vet checks with Gemma Pearson - British Equine Veterinary Association
Equine vets have one of the highest injury risks of all civilian professions. To help address this serious issue the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) has produced a series of short videos, featuring vet and equine behaviourist Gemma Pearson (ISES council member - Veterinary Liaison Officer), providing quick and simple ways of teaching horses to be quiet, relaxed and safe for injections, clipping, worming, examinations and other veterinary procedures.
Click & watch on BEVA youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZLor1KlzkI9X1UpvbOxwllS1BNoLvcmR
Inga Wolframm talks horse–rider relationships and developing rider confidence
The following interviews were conducted by Chris Stafford Radio who interviewed ISES Education Officer Inga Wolframm PhD when she was a Senior Lecturer in Equine, Leisure & Sports Psychology at the University of Applied Sciences in Wageningen.
ISES Code of Conduct with Hayley Randle PhD
Learning theory with Andrew McLean PhD
Equine behaviour with Sue McDonnell PhD
Sue McDonnell PhD is an equine behaviorist who founded the Equine Behavior Program at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and conducts clinic studies to explore changes in equine behavior to establish the reasons behind changes and offers solutions as to how they can be resolved.
'Vet-proofing' horses with Gemma Pearson
Gemma Pearson BVMS MRCVS, a Clinical Scholar in Equine Practice at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Services in Edinburgh, Scotland, and Veterinary Liaison Officer for the International Society of Equitation Science (ISES) discusses how to help your horse be 'vet friendly' and overcome the anxiety associated with veterinary treatment.