How to get the most out of your companion animal and equine examination technique

  Tuesday 27 August 2024    

 Nibbles and drinks at 6.30pm | Talk commences at 7pm

 No. 5 Cafe and Larder, 248 State Highway 51, Mangateretere


Performing a thorough and accurate ophthalmic examination is key to managing ophthalmic cases. While the eye can be a bit challenging to examine, a thorough assessment can provide a large amount of information about the eye.We will review the various ophthalmic examination techniques that you can perform in practice so you get the most out eye exams for your future patients.


Kellam Bayley

Kellam graduated from Massey University in 2006 and worked in general practice for several years. He travelled to the UK to complete the RCVS Certificate in Veterinary Ophthalmology in 2011. From 2013-2018 Kellam underwent a residency training program under the European College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (ECVO) based in Adelaide. He sat and passed ECVO diploma examinations in early 2019 and is now a registered specialist in veterinary ophthalmology. He also completed his Masters in Veterinary Science in 2017 at Massey University.

Kellam is based in clinical practice in Hamilton.  Kellam teaches the undergraduate veterinary degree and has provided CPD seminars to local veterinarians and Massey University interns for several years. He has also presented a variety of ophthalmic topics at local (NZVA) and international conferences.

NZVA and NZVNA members: Complimentary
Non-members: $20.00


Ata Snow
Events Coordinator
P 04 831 1385