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  • EVJ Provides Free Online Access to Latest Research on Endocrinopathic Laminitis


    Laminitis, a complex, common and potentially devastating disease, remains one of the greatest veterinary challenges in the equestrian world. As knowledge of the pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of endocrinopathic laminitis continues to grow, the Equine Veterinary Journal (EVJ) is helping equine vets stay up to speed by giving them free access to a substantial collection of recent articles from around the world.
    Understanding and managing equine endocrinopathic laminitis is a special online collection of 27 papers and three accompanying editorials compiled by EVJ Associate Editor
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  • BEVA introduces CPD for vets returning to equine practice

    BEVA introduces CPD for vets returning to equine practice


    BEVA has introduced some exceptional CPD courses for equine and mixed vets returning to equine practice after a break from clinical work.
    The courses are aimed at refreshing knowledge, practical skills and confidence and have been specifically designed by vets who have returned to work after a break.
    Sarah Gasper, BEVA’S Learning Manager explains: “Many of us on the BEVA education team understand exactly what it’s like to return to practice whether after a career break, paternity/maternity...
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  • Future of veterinary medicine the hot topic at VET19

    Future of veterinary medicine the hot topic at VET19


    Must-know latest research, the future of evidence-based veterinary medicine and real-life examples of quality improvement will be explored at VET19 on Thursday, 27th and Friday, 28th June at the Kia Oval, London.

    The two-day conference, organised by RCVS Knowledge, will bring together voices from across the veterinary profession and allied industries, delivering world-class clinical lectures, networking opportunities and a celebration of inspiring teams and individuals.
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  • Vet Warns Of The Risks Of Not Treating For Encysted Small Redworm

    Vet Warns Of The Risks Of Not Treating For Encysted Small Redworm


    Zoetis Inc. today announced that recent cases of serious disease caused by severe encysted small redworm infections have prompted Zoetis vet Wendy Talbot to remind horse owners of the risks posed by not treating for this potentially fatal parasite.

    In the spring the small redworm larvae can erupt from their hibernation inside the horse’s gut in large numbers, breaking and damaging the lining of the intestinal wall. Symptoms include diarrhoea, weight loss and colic. This condition
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  • Virbac adds Hexarinse® For Horses to the growing equine portfolio

    Virbac adds Hexarinse® For Horses to the growing equine portfolio


    Virbac is delighted to announce the addition of Hexarinse® For Horses to the Virbac Equine range.

    In response to the demand of UK equine vets specialising in dentistry, Virbac has introduced Hexarinse® For Horses to their equine range in the UK. Hexarinse® For Horses is an oral rinsing solution prepared specifically for horses that contains dilute chlorhexidine gluconate with an attractive mint flavour and does not require reconstitution.

    Hexarinse® for Horses is
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  • SPVS and VMG Take to the Road in 2019

    SPVS and VMG Take to the Road in 2019



    The Society of Practicing Veterinary Surgeons (SPVS) and the Veterinary Management Group (VMG) will run a programme of highly focussed non-clinical CPD training days in 2019 sponsored by Hill’s and Simplyhealth. The focus will be on the recruitment, retention and wellbeing of the practice team and business profitability, two aspects of veterinary practice that should go hand in hand. For a list of courses and full details visit www.spvs-vmg-events.co.uk In addition, this year, SPVS...
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  • MSD Animal Health Launches Keeping Britain’s Pets Healthy with first ever evidence-based guidelines for preventative health consultations


    MSD Animal Health is launching its new Keeping Britain’s Pets Healthy (KBPH) preventative healthcare initiative with the first ever set of evidence-based guidelines1 on improving the approach to the preventative healthcare consultation. The guidelines have been created following extensive research carried out in partnership with the Centre for Evidence-based Medicine at the University of Nottingham. They offer a set of recommendations that aim to support and enable the veterinary practice...
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  • NOAH contingency planning statement

    NOAH contingency planning statement


    The UK decision to exit from the EU has created unprecedented challenges for the animal health sector. Since the referendum vote, NOAH members have been working hard alongside the veterinary profession and others to understand the implications of Brexit and to safeguard the supply of medicines to protect the health and welfare of our farm animals and pets.

    Animal health companies have been carrying out extensive Brexit contingency planning since the referendum decision, covering
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  • Veterinary Management Group Seeks New Directors

    Veterinary Management Group Seeks New Directors


    The Veterinary Management Group (VMG), the UK’s lead education, support and representative body for veterinary professionals working in leadership or management roles, has issued a call for new directors to join its board.

    The current board, headed by new President Mrs Gillian Page BSc RVN, Cert B&PS, has nine members following the retirement of three long-standing directors, so the VMG is looking for new members to help lead its work to support the personal and professional...
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  • SQPs: NOAH factsheet highlights vital role in three-step blueprint for animal health and welfare

    NOAH has today launched a factsheet focussing on the role of SQPs, the latest in its series highlighting how different aspects of the animal health sector all play their part in keeping the nation’s animals healthy. The SQP factsheet looks at how they can help with the three pillars of the NOAH Blueprint approach: how they can help stop disease getting to animals, equip them to fight disease and work with animal owners to ensure disease is treated appropriately.
    Launching the factsheet
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