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FREE Event: Honey and wound healing another reason to save our Bees? | Patrick Pollock
FREE Event: Honey and wound healing another reason to save our Bees? | Patrick Pollock

Sat, 10 Sept

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Loaningdale House

FREE Event: Honey and wound healing another reason to save our Bees? | Patrick Pollock

Although his professional work is as a Veterinary Surgeon, at home Patrick has been a keen beekeeper for many years. He has also done research work on wound healing and in 2014 he and his colleagues presented work outlining the effect of Scottish heather honey on wound infections.

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10 Sept 2022, 14:00 – 14:30

Loaningdale House

About the event

Although his professional work is as a Veterinary Surgeon, at home Patrick has been a keen beekeeper for many years. He has also done research work on wound healing and in 2014 he and his colleagues presented work outlining the effect of Scottish heather honey on wound infections. In this talk, he explains the interesting results they found.

Patrick Pollock is Professor of Veterinary Surgery and Remote and Rural Medicine at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, University of Edinburgh. After graduating from the University of Glasgow, Patrick worked in mixed practice in Scotland before undertaking specialist training in surgery in Ireland. He is a European and Royal college of Veterinary Surgeons Recognised Specialist in Veterinary Surgery and has worked in private and academic practice across Europe and beyond. Patrick has an interest in remote and resource limited veterinary medicine and works with some of the worlds 150 million working horses, donkeys and mules setting up training programs for vets and animal owners in low- and middle-income countries. A keen beekeeper, kayaker, runner and piper, Patrick lives with his family near Biggar.

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