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Practical decision tree to approach intestinal health problems in poultry

Philip Hammond, BvetMed Avian Health MAHM MRCVS, Crowshall Veterinary Services LLP

Philip qualified with a Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine at the Royal Veterinary College in London in 2003. Following this he completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Avian Health with honours in 2010 at the University of Melbourne, and completed a Masters Degree in Avian Medicine in 2012 again at the University of Melbourne.
After qualifying he took the position with Crowshall Veterinary Services as a veterinary associate and became a Partner at Crowshall Veterinary Services in April 2008. Philip has worked with poultry for much of his life. As his veterinary training advanced he carried out various projects with a leading pedigree poultry company. His work focused on the diagnosis of avian mycoplasmas.
Philip published in November 2008 in Veterinary Microbiology on Mycoplasma synoviae detection and strain identification using PCR technology. He now concentrates his time on diagnostic and advisory work in avian species.
Philip is the President of the of the British Veterinary Poultry Association, UK Branch Secretary for the World Veterinary Poultry Association, Chairman of the Norfolk Chicken Association, Trustee member of the Houghton Trust and member of the Norfolk and Suffolk Poultry Association.