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Vet Times Podcast, Ep 29: Ariane Neuber on otitis externa
| March 27, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 28: Ian Wright on companion animal deworming protocols
| March 20, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 27: Jenny Stavisky on canine infectious respiratory disease (CIRD) complex
| March 13, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 26: Simon Tappin on renal disease in geriatric patients
| March 6, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 25: Mike Rhodes discusses companion animal ophthalmology
Ophthalmic conditions can account for between 5% and 10% of companion animal consultations. Mike Rhodes, an RCVS and European specialist in veterinary ophthalmology, provides advice to general practitioners and discusses types, prevalence and treatment options.
| February 28, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 24: Karen Walsh discusses chronic pain in companion animals
With pets, like their owners, now living to an older age, more of them will be impacted by chronic pain issues. Pain management expert Karen Walsh talks to
editor Paul Imrie these problems in companion animals.
| February 21, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 23: Katie Roberts on RCVS’ education reforms
Tom Jackson and the 2019-2020 AVS UK & Ireland president discuss recommendations that came out of the Graduate Outcomes Project, which cover day one competences, the Professional Development Phase, EMS and clinical education for general practice.
| February 14, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 22: Nicola Robinson on companion animal poisons
Veterinary Times editor Paul Imrie speaks to Nicola Robinson, head of service at the Veterinary Poisons Information Service (VPIS).
| February 10, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 21: Ian Wright on exotic parasites in dogs
Pet travel, growing pet importation and expansion in global parasite distribution are all increasing exotic parasite risk to the UK. Ian Wright, head of ESCCAP UK and Ireland, discusses current and future threats and prevention strategies.
| January 31, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 20: Michael Hewetson on emerging and exotic equine diseases
Michael Hewetson, senior lecturer in equine internal medicine at the RVC, talks about arboviruses such as African horse sickness and West Nile virus, the importance of education and surveillance in helping detect them.
| January 24, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 19: Luca Ferasin on myxomatous mitral valve disease
Prof Luca Ferasin discusses prevalence, prognosis and research into myxomatous mitral valve disease – the most common cardiac disease in dogs, and the primary cause for congestive heart failure and cardiac-related death.
| January 17, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 18: Katie Fitzgerald on improving calf health
Vet Times caught up with LLM Farm Vets director Katie Fitzgerald at London Vet Show to discuss ways vets can motivate farmers on youngstock health issues.
| January 10, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 17: Getting fit with Andy Rose and Charlie Mays
Andy Rose and Charlie Mays co-founded VetFit after a study at the RVC showed sport and exercise had a significant positive impact on mental well-being.
| January 3, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 16: David Charles on BME role models
Having discussed the lessons he learned from his visit to the National Association of Black Veterinarians Conference in part one (Ep 15), David Charles considers the influence role models could have on BME students and the next generation of vets in the UK.
| December 20, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 15: David Charles discusses diversity in profession
David Charles attended the first National Association for Black Veterinarians Conference in the US. In the first of a two-part interview, he speaks about the lessons he learned that could be brought back to UK practice to boost diversity in the profession.
| December 13, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 14: David Walker talks Alabama rot and CIRD complex
David Walker is leading research into cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy (CRGV), also known as Alabama rot. He speaks to the Vet Times Podcast about those research efforts, including the clinical signs to look out for.
| December 6, 2019
Q fever, part 2: management options
In the second of a two-part series on Q fever – brought to you courtesy of Ceva Animal Health – we discuss management options with vet Helen Scott and Kythe Mackenzie, ruminant vet adviser for Ceva Animal health.
| December 2, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 13: Psychologist Laura Haycock on diversity and inclusion
Senior psychologist Laura Haycock, one of the the speakers in BVA’s #BigConversation, discusses the importance of diversity and inclusion with host Paul Imrie.
| November 29, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 12: Richard Newton and Adam Rash on equine disease surveillance
Adam Rash and Richard Newton, of the AHT, speak to guest host Tom Jackson about 15 years of the Equine Quarterly Disease Surveillance Report – with a focus on this year’s equine flu cases.
| November 22, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 11: Valentina Busin on lambing research and prep
When it comes to the lambing period, preparation is key. Valentina Busin joins the Vet Times Podcast to discuss research, the importance of the knowledge exchange with farmers and importance aspects of pre-lambing preparation.
| November 15, 2019
Q fever, part 1: introducing the disease
Two-part series of podcasts – brought to you courtesy of Ceva Animal Health – looks at Q fever, a zoonotic disease that is relatively little known.
| November 14, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 10: Karen Perry discusses feline OA
Diagnosis and management of feline osteoarthritis (OA) can be challenging, especially as research lags behind that of canine OA. Karen Perry joins Paul Imrie to discuss the condition and its implications for cats and owners.
| November 7, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 9: Kate Parkinson discusses worming in small animals
Worming in companion animals is a routine, but vital, consideration for dog and cat owners. Vet Kate Parkinson discusses how practices can convey important information to owners in this area.
| November 1, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 8: Dave Beeston on ‘Practice Makes Perfect’
In this edition of the Vet Times Podcast, we talk to Dave Beeston about his early career, which he’s been chronicling for Veterinary Times readers in a monthly column.
| October 25, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 7: Karin Kruger on equine sedation and anaesthesia
Equine internal medicine specialist Karin Kruger focuses on when vets may have to perform sedation – and, in extreme cases, anaesthesia – in the field.
| October 18, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 6: Shaun Calleja talks gastric disease
Shaun Calleja, of Anderson Moores Veterinary Specialists, discusses types, diagnosis and management of gastric disorders in cats and dogs – signs of which can be seen in a quarter of primary care practice cases.
| October 11, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 5: Owen Atkinson discusses antimicrobial stewardship
Owen Atkinson discusses the hot topic of antimicrobial stewardship, outlining areas where vets and farmers can work together on responsible antibiotic use and progress made in other countries.
| October 4, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 4: Neil Hudson and Roly Owers on Brexit
Guest host Holly Kernot takes advantage of her "Access All Areas" BEVA pass to grab a word with Neil Hudson and Roly Owers after the event’s first panel discussion on Brexit.
| September 27, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 3: Rachel Dean and Tim Mair introduce the EBVM Manifesto
Guest host Tom Jackson speaks to VetPartners’ Rachel Dean and new BEVA president Tim Mair about the EBVM manifesto, which they presented to equine vets for discussion at BEVA Congress.
| September 20, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 2: Sean Wensley on PAW report
Veterinary Times editor Paul Imrie talks to PDSA’s Sean Wensley about the PDSA Animal Wellbeing Report, falling pet vaccination rates and the growing trend towards “humanisation” of pets.
| September 13, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 1: Rob Drysdale
editor Paul Imrie speaks to farm vet and consultant Rob Drysdale about bovine viral diarrhoea (BVD) and efforts across the UK to eradicate the persistent animal health problem in cattle herds.
| September 6, 2019
UK’s leading veterinary publisher launches podcast channels
Veterinary Business Development unveils three groundbreaking podcast channels for veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses and veterinary business professionals.
| September 5, 2019
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