5th December Online: Zoom link to follow registration
Online 7th December 2022, log on from 7.30 pm, course will commence at 7.45 pm
12 December 22
19:30 – 21:00
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1 December 2022
APHA has issued guidance to advise vets on the use of ‘penside’ antigen tests during the current AI outbreak and to ensure that all vets in practice are clear on the legislative requirements for reporting avian notifiable disease.
1 December 2022
BSAVA PetSavers has increased the funding for its early career Research Fellowship, now offering up to £70,000. This is designed to support veterinary academics in the early stages of their research career, and the grant call opens today (1st December). The funding targets the period immediately after gaining a postgraduate research qualification and will help […]
28 November 2022
Veterinary professionals worldwide will now have access to two new Cat Friendly Guidelines that promote positive, respectful interactions with their feline patients and reduce the stress associated with the veterinary environment. Published jointly by the International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM) and the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP), the ‘2022 AAFP/ISFM Cat Friendly Veterinary Interaction […]
21 November 2022
A new study, funded by BSAVA PetSavers and published in the latest issue of the Journal of Small Animal Practice (JSAP), aimed to investigate how primary care clinicians in the UK approach initial management of canine generalised epileptic seizures, including factors potentially associated with prescription and choice of anti-seizure drugs. The study “Approach to initial management […]
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