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HIPRA is a veterinary pharmaceutical company dedicated to the research production and marketing of products for Animal Health. At HIPRA we are convinced that the future lies in prevention.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • An Overview Of Undifferentiated Fever/Bovine Respiratory Disease (Including Histophilosis) In The North American Feedlot System

    Training Course | HIPRA

    HIPRA

    This training course attempts to provide a better understanding of the undifferentiated fever bovine respiratory disease, by offering a general overview of the integrated approach to control brdc. In addition, it will include a brief overview of the North American beef industry to provide contextual background, as well as an overview of feedlot health management services and the tools/approach used to manage uf/brd and histophilosis in client feedlots and calf grower operations.

  • Mastitis In Small Ruminants

    Training Course | HIPRA

    HIPRA

    This training course will provide participants with an overall idea about the disease in terms of etiology, epidemiology and diagnostic and be able to implement a mastitis control program based on prevention. Attendees will be provided with key information that will allow them to evaluate a farm, understand the type of mastitis going on and act in the best possible way.

  • IBR Diagnosis And Monitoring Workshop

    Training Course | HIPRA

    HIPRA

    This training workshop provides information on dealing in the field with an ibr respiratory outbreak.

  • IBR Eradication In The EU

    Training Video | HIPRA

    HIPRA

    This training video explains the success and pitfalls of the strategies and current status, and covers the bulk tank as an innovative way of monitoring ibr.

  • The Use Of Oral Fluids As An Alternative Sample For Elisa Serology In Swine: A Practical Approach

    Training Course | HIPRA

    HIPRA

    This training course provides a basic understanding of immunological diagnostic tests.

  • Tools To Make Hipra Vaccines Administration Easier

    Seminar | HIPRA

    HIPRA

    The materials illustrate the practical use of a number of software applications that allow calculations and approaches related to vaccination in poultry. Also the session is intended to improve the design of vaccination plans and routines; making the process faster and easier in general.

  • Whats New on Bacterial Pneumonia

    Workshop | HIPRA

    HIPRA

    The course is offered to veterinary surgeons involved with management of animal health and cattle production. The course will look at the latest developments regarding the pathogenesis; epidemiology and diagnosis of bovine bacterial pneumonia.

  • Immunology of the Udder

    Seminar | HIPRA

    HIPRA

    The course is aimed at veterinary practitioners working in the diary industry with a special interest in disease successful communication for disease prevention.

  • Multifactorial Approach of BRD in Dairy Calves

    Seminar | HIPRA

    HIPRA

    The course is offered to veterinary surgeons involved with management of animal health and cattle production.

  • The Milking Parlor

    Seminar | HIPRA

    HIPRA

    The seminar is aimed at veterinary practitioners working in the dairy industry with a special interest in successful communication for disease prevention.

  • Communication in Practice

    Seminar | HIPRA

    HIPRA

    This course should provide participants with a consciousness about the importance of fruitful communication with their clients. They should have gained the tools to understand the farmer’s mind-set; in order to identify the real need of their client and provide a suitable feasible solution.

  • Intra.mammary infection practical cost calculation

    Seminar | HIPRA

    HIPRA

    The course provides tools and key knowledge to approach to the economy of mastitis disease; taking into consideration both direct and indirect costs.

  • Cow-Herd Vaccination and Herd Immunity

    Seminar | HIPRA

    HIPRA

    The seminar focuses on the epidemiological impact of vaccination in cattle and how to achieve the best possible results with a vaccination plan.

  • Economy of the Reproductive Failure in Cattle Farms

    Seminar | HIPRA

    HIPRA

    The seminar focuses on the economic impact of BoHV-1 and BVDV virus infection in cattle operations

  • Bacterial BRD: Mannheimiosis and Histophilosis in cattle: an updated review

    Seminar | HIPRA

    HIPRA

    This seminar seeks to update the knowledge of vets regarding pathogenesis; detection; diagnosis and control of BRD and bacterial complications focusing mainly on two bacteria: M.haemolytica and H.somni.

  • IBR Control: Challenges and Perspectives

    Seminar | HIPRA

    HIPRA

    Pathogenesis and clinical signs of cattle infection with BoHV1 will be reviewed. This seminar will have an emphasis on putative effects of subclinical infection in milk production in dairy herds.

  • What's hiding up your pigs' nose?

    Training Course | HIPRA

    HIPRA

    This course will provide information and in-depth knowledge of Atrophic Rhinitis (AR); the consequences it can have on the farm and how it can be prevented. It will also show how evaluation of the nasal turbinates is carried out.

  • Theoretical and practical course on necropsy and sampling in NDV

    Training Course | HIPRA

    HIPRA

    This is a theoretical and practical training course aimed to guide poultry veterinarians on how to recognise an outbreak of Newcastle Disease in poultry. The course is based on the performance of a guided necropsy procedure; in order to identify Newcastle Disease Virus (NDV)-induced lesions; and practice the sampling and sample handling prior to dispatch to the diagnostic laboratory. The course includes theoretical sessions about the interpretation of diagnostic test results; in order to support the implementation of an optimal vaccination programme that suits the immunological circumstances of the flock.

  • Thoracic Ultrasound for BRD Prevention

    Workshop | HIPRA

    HIPRA

    The aim of this workshop is to train attendees on early detection of bovine respiratory disease through thoracic ultrasonography and to update their knowledge on diagnosis and prevention of the disease in dairy heifers. To achieve this objective; face-to-face presentations will be held on the most important aspects of the BRD; its diagnosis and control. In addition a practical session will be held in order to apply the concepts learned.