Vetstream has appointed Ruth Clark to develop a new point-of-care resource for cattle aimed at vets specialising in cattle and general livestock.
Called Bovis, the service will complement the firm’s existing peer-reviewed clinical resources, Canis (for dogs), Felis (for cats), Lapis (for rabbits) and Equis (for horses) and is expected to launch in the last quarter of 2016.
Ms Clark graduated from the University of Liverpool School of Veterinary Science in 2004 before gaining experience in large, mixed and small animal practice. She has also worked with the Royal Army Veterinary Corps and is developing a content plan for Bovis and sourcing contributors.
Canis, Felis, Lapis and Equis are subscription-based services, featuring content from more than 900 leading veterinary clinicians from around the world and are updated weekly.
Ms Clark said: “I have secured a number of distinguished clinicians to contribute and peer-review Bovis content and am looking forward to creating a truly excellent resource for both bovine and livestock practitioners and for vet students, and will be looking to work with additional contributors and companies in due course.”