Research notice board

Welcome to the BSAVA research board, where you can find and support clinical research projects from BSAVA members.

 If you are a BSAVA member, we can help promote your research project to the veterinary community. Projects must be in-line with BSAVA values and mission to promote excellence in small animal practice through science.

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Vets who see backyard chickens as part of their caseload are encouraged to take part in a survey of antimicrobial prescribing practices. The survey is open from 1 st June to 1 st August 2022.  The main aims of this research project are as follows: To fill the missing data gap in literatu......Read More
Practising veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses in the UK are encouraged to participate in a survey to support a study entitled  “Barriers and drivers for greater integration of behavioural principles into veterinary medicine”.   Behaviour problems in dogs are a leading cause of relinquishme......Read More

Prospective trial of different antimicrobial treatment durations for presumptive canine urinary tract infections – the STOP on SUNDAY trial

Company: Willows Veterinary Centre & Referral Service - Fergus Allerton
Date Posted:21.06.2021
Presentation of lower urinary tract signs (increased frequency of urination and straining to urinate) is a common reason for veterinary consultation in dogs. These signs can be caused by a urinary tract infection (UTI) that can be treated with antimicrobial therapy. In fact the positive predictive......Read More
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is common in cats, affecting ~30% of senior cats. The functions of the heart and the kidneys are closely linked, with disease in one often leading to complications in the other. This is known as the cardiorenal syndrome and is of crucial importance in human patients wi......Read More
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