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Psoroptic Ear Canker in domestic rabbits in the UK: incidence and associated risk factors

Company: Akshay Sharma, University of Surrey - School of Veterinary Medicine
Date Posted:04.30.2020
Akshay Sharma is currently in the third year of studying for a degree in Veterinary Medicine and Science (BVMSci). This questionnaire is aimed at UK small animal veterinary practices. The aim of the questionnaire is to gather information from clinical records regarding the incidence and clinical ......Read More

Do Veterinary Professionals agree with the conclusion of the 2017 Schedule Three survey undertaken for the RCVS?

Company: Jessica Barrett - Harper Adams University
Date Posted:01.08.2020
Jessica is curre ntly in her fourth and final year studying BSc (Honours) degree in Veterinary Nursing and Practice Management at Harper Adams University, and she would be grateful if SVN’s, RVN’s, Vets and Vet med students could take a few minutes to complete her survey . For her dissertation sh......Read More
Veterinary surgeons working in general practice in the UK who qualified from a UK vet school.   This research is being carried out for the BSAVA Masters in Clinical Research. Ethical approval has already been granted by Nottingham Trent University (approval number ARE883). Su......Read More

Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Virus 2 (RHDV2) in the UK

Company: Eleanor Perry - Royal Veterinary College
Date Posted:05.08.2019
Rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus type 2 (RHDV2) is a new variant of the classically known rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus. First detected in the UK in 2013, this infectious disease poses a risk to domestic and wild populations of rabbits and hares. There are now 2 commercially available vaccina......Read More
  The University of Melbourne Veterinary School is completing a study titled “The opinion of the veterinary profession on the use of chiropractic and other complementary/alternative therapy in the treatment of musculoskeletal injury and disease in animals“ It is an original research survey of......Read More
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