Equine Endocrine Disease TimeOnline | Centre for Veterinary Education

Equine Endocrine Disease TimeOnline

Equine Endocrine Disease TimeOnline

The field of equine endocrinology is currently undergoing a period of rapid development in our understanding of several common equine endocrinopathies encountered in equine clinical practice.

 This course focuses on a revision of the underlying pathophysiology of key equine endocrinopathies, and a review of the most recent literature on the diagnosis and management of these conditions.

Learning Objectives

By completion of this course you will -

  • Have a thorough working comprehension of the underlying pathophysiology of the common equine endocrinopathies to facilitate clinical management of these common conditions of horses

  • Fully comprehend the most appropriate application and interpretation of clinical diagnostic tests for common equine endocrinopathies.

  • Be able to develop a treatment plan for common equine endocrinopathies based upon the most contemporary available evidence.



  1. Equine metabolic syndrome
  2. Equine pituitary pars intermedia
  3. Equine hyperlipaemia
  4. Hypertrophic Osteodystrophy (big head)

What is a TimeOnline?

Flexible and affordable short online CPD

TimeOnline is a quality online education program delivered by veterinary experts, in short, manageable timeframes. You will be engaging with your tutor/s and other participants through an active discussion forum and other online resources including a set of concise core notes, video presentations, case studies, images, useful links, and interactive quizzes to test your knowledge and complete your CPD requirements.


Monday 8 June - Sunday 5 July 2020
Delivered Online


BVSc DipVetClinStud MS Diplomate ACVIM

Jamie graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Science at the University of Sydney in 2003 where he then continued in internship in equine medicine and surgery. His path to specialisation commenced with a fellowship in equine medicine at the Hagyard Equine Medicine Institute in Kentucky USA in 2007 before a large animal medicine residency at Virginia Tech, in Virginia, USA graduating in 2010. He achieved large animal medicine diplomate status of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 2010. Following this he returned to private equine practice on the Gold Coast before being appointed as the equine internal medicine faculty at the James Cook University. He is currently undertaking a PhD investigating the pharmacology novel antimicrobial delivery devices for intra-articular instillation in horses. Particular areas of interest of his in equine medicine include critical care of neonates and adults, endocrinology, antimicrobial pharmacology, ultrasonography and respiratory disorders.

Course Fees

Member TypeTimeOnline
Recent Grad / Part-time Member$303
Student Member$152
Non-member / eMember$607
*Members include: Practice, Professional and Academic members