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The Cat Friendly Hospital Ward

In this 35 min live recorded lecture, Martha Cannon from Oxford Cat Clinic discusses the psychology of cats in the Practice and how to use this knowledge to make the hospital ward as cat friendly as possible. This video was taken from a 6 hours series on the Inappetent Cat, available to view on Vet-eCPD

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  • 17th June - Chronic Pain Clinic Launched

    Willows Veterinary Centre and Referral Service, based in Solihull, is introducing a new clinic to provide a bespoke pain management plan for pets referred both by external first opinion practices or internally by colleagues in other disciplines, such as soft tissue and orthopaedics. Read the Vet Times story here.

  • 11th June - BVA Launches Vision For “Hub-and-Spoke” Vet Profession

    The BVA has launched a vision for the future of the profession, where vets sit at the centre of a treatment “hub” and direct patients to “allied professionals” such as RVNs, official auxiliaries/meat hygiene inspectors, embryo transfer technicians, equine dental technicians, foot trimmers, farriers, hydrotherapists, animal behaviourists and veterinary physiotherapists. The association says the vet-led […]

  • 29th May - Gene Mutation Linked To Breathing Difficulties In Dogs

    A new study has revealed that dogs carrying copies of the mutated ADAMTS3 gene may be at higher risk of airway disease. Previous studies have linked mutations in this gene to fluid retention and oedema but this new study involving Norwich Terriers found a link between upper airway syndrome and the mutation in ADAMTS3 gene. […]

  • 21st May - VN Mental Health Issues Highlighted by RCVS

    Mind Matters Initiative (MMI) and the Doctors’ Support Network (DSN) have published the first blog by a veterinary nurse as part of the joint mental health anti-stigma campaign, &me. &me encourages people within healthcare professions to come forward with their personal mental health stories, to demonstrate that mental health issues do not preclude people from […]

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