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HETI were saddened to hear of the passing of Lesley Furnell. Lesley was an active member of HETI Federation members, ACPEA and was extremely dedicated to her work with the RDA as a specialist physiotherapist and practised hippotherapy. She had a passion for learning...
HETI are delighted to share the Call for Abstracts for the 18TH HETI International Congress, organised and hosted by the Hungarian Riding for the Disabled Federation. The Congress website will be launched soon and abstract submission will open at the end of November.
It’s time! The english and spanish EQUITEDO® App for measuring equine assisted services is ready for practice! EQUITEDO® is short for "Equi- Therapy- Documentation". An app for documentation and automatic evaluation of therapy effects according to WHO standards. The...
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Summary Horses can be ridden with or without a bit. Comparing the behaviour of the same horse in different modes constituted a ‘natural experiment’. Sixty-nine behaviours in 66 bitted horses were identified as induced by bit-related pain and recognised as forms of...
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