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Welcome to "It Might Get Weird," the podcast where we dive into the journeys of veterinary professionals. Your hosts are Dr. Gary Marshall and Sara Rae. Gary has been a veterinarian for more than 35 years. Sara has been a veterinarian for zero years. That's about to change and that's why we're here. Our main focus will be to follow Sara on adventures as a Washington State University class of 2028 veterinary student. We’ll be along for the ride as she encounters challenges, and celebrates tri ...
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Text us your thoughts about this podcast In this episode, Sara shares about more of the animal experiences she's had. Gary shares about his experiences at the recent National Association for Black Veterinarians Conference. This leads to a conversation about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Veterinary Medicine space. There is a very large anxi…
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In this Research Focus podcast, small animal internal medicine specialist Scott Kilpatrick discusses his study on cobalamin supplementation in dogs with RCVS Knowledge Clinical Lead Sally Everitt. They use Scott’s study as a jumping off point to discuss all manner of topics, including the benefits and drawbacks of doing research as a practicing vet…
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Text us your thoughts about this podcast This week we learn what Gary and Sara's favorite decades are. Listen in to find out where Gary is this week.Gary also shares his veterinary origin story. Sara talks about why she decided to submit her vet school application when she did. Enjoy. Thanks for downloading and listening.…
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Text us your thoughts about this podcast Welcome to Episode 1 of the It Might Get Weird Podcast. This week we go off the rails before we even get started. We neglect to introduce ourselves! We are Sara Rae and Dr. Gary Marshall. During the episode we explore the meaning behind the name of this podcast, and Sara shares some wisdom for what some of h…
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Dr Kit Sturgess, outgoing Editor-in-Chief of Veterinary Evidence, chatted to two of the winners of our 2023 Veterinary Evidence Student Awards - Rebecca Hearne and Rachel Garrett - about their experiences of writing Knowledge Summaries for Veterinary Evidence and how it felt to be published in a peer-reviewed journal before graduating. Read the tra…
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Rosemullion Veterinary Practice were named Quality Improvement Champions in the 2023 Knowledge Awards for conducting an audit aimed at improving infection control and cleaning methods in clinical and non-clinical areas. In this Knowledge Natter, Lou Northway speaks to Abi Redfearn from Rosemullion Veterinary Practice about the audit. Read the trans…
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To celebrate International Women’s Day our Clinical Leads Pam Mosedale, Sally Everitt, and Fiona Lovatt speak about their careers in the veterinary professions. Read the transcript.RCVS Knowledge
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For this Knowledge Natter, our Farm Vet Champions Lead Fiona Lovatt spoke to Tonia Simms from the Farm Vets at Hampden Veterinary Hospital (VetPartners). Tonia won an RCVS Knowledge Award in 2023 for her work on auditing antibiotic use in surgical calf castrates, which reduced the use of antibiotics without compromising patient welfare. Read the tr…
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The School of Veterinary Nursing at the Royal Veterinary College were named Quality Improvement Champions in the 2023 Knowledge Awards. In this Knowledge Natter, Lou Northway talks to Perdi Welsh and Niamh Clancy from the Royal Veterinary College about their winning initiative to incorporate QI within their post-registration qualifications, guiding…
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In this audio summary, Alexander Wallace asks, in canine patients recovering from surgery for intervertebral disc disease, do passive range of motion exercises, compared to no intervention, lead to a shorter or faster rate of recovery? Read the full Knowledge Summary here. Audio Summaries are a free resource that enable vets and vet nurses to more …
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In this episode, Helen Silver-MacMahon talks to Pam Mosedale about Clinical Audit Awareness Week 2023, and how you can get involved by making a start on your own clinical audits. Read the transcript Learn more about Clinical Audit Awareness WeekRCVS Knowledge
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Sally Everitt speaks with Elly Russell and Julie Gibson about the paper 'Are They Thinking Differently? The Perceptions and Differences in Medical Disputes between Veterinarians and Clients'. Read the paper Read the podcast transcript Some further resources that are referenced in the podcast are linked below: Read the paper by Russell, E. et al (20…
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In this VetTeamAMR podcast, Pam Mosedale speaks with Danny Chambers about the upcoming Antibiotic Amnesty. Danny touches on his experiences working in equine and small animal practice to discuss why the Antibiotic Amnesty is important, and how you can get involved. Get involved with the Antibiotic Amnesty campaign: https://knowledge.rcvs.org.uk/amr…
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Pam Mosedale speaks to 2023 Knowledge Award Antimicrobial Stewardship Champions Paul Stanley and Emily Parr from White Lodge Veterinary Surgery in Exmouth. They conducted a prospective audit to review antibiotic use in cat bite abscesses and successfully treated 86% of their patients without antibiotics without compromising patient welfare. Read th…
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In this Audio Summary, Anne-Claude asks, in cats with psychogenic alopecia, is overgrooming reduced by the use of clomipramine compared to untreated cats? Read the full Knowledge Summary here. Audio Summaries are a free resource that enable vets and vet nurses to more quickly and more easily access and digest relevant and up-to-date evidence! A tim…
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In this Audio Summary, Bonnie looks at whether lokivetmab is more effective than oclacitinib in reducing the Canine Atopic Dermatitis Lesion Index score (or some other recognised scoring system), in dogs with atopic skin disease. Read the full Knowledge Summary here. Audio Summaries are a free resource that enable vets and vet nurses to more quickl…
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Sally Everitt speaks with Alex German, Professor of Small Animal Medicine at the University of Liverpool about the implications of his research into weight gain after neutering reported in the research paper entitled 'Comparison of growth in neutered Domestic Shorthair kittens with growth in sexually-intact Cats'. Read the paper Read the podcast tr…
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In this Audio Summary, Anna looks at whether dogs that are brachycephalic have an increased risk for developing heat-related illness compared to dogs that are not brachycephalics. Read the full Knowledge Summary here. Audio Summaries are a free resource that enables vets and vet nurses to access and digest relevant and up-to-date evidence quicker a…
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In this Audio Summary, Kristy looks at whether surgical treatment is more effective than nonsurgical therapy in reducing lumbosacral pain and neurological dysfunction in dogs suffering from degenerative lumbosacral stenosis (DLSS). Read the full Knowledge Summary here. Audio Summaries are a free resource that enables vets and vet nurses to access a…
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In this Knowledge Natter, Lou Northway speaks with David Charles, who was named a Knowledge Champion in the 2023 RCVS Knowledge Awards. David conducted an audit across multiple UK practices to gather data on ovine lambings and caesareans, and implemented training and recommendations related to the use of analgesia, antibiotics, and adjunctive medic…
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In this Knowledge Natter, Lou Northway speaks Leanne McLeod from Earlswood Veterinary Hospital, who was named a Knowledge Champion in the 2023 RCVS Knowledge Awards. Leanne introduced a hypothermia audit that focused on pre-warming patients before general anaesthesia. By implementing new warming protocols, her team reduced the incidence of hypother…
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Pam Mosedale speaks to VetTeamAMR Clinical Leads Angie Rayner and David Singleton about how the new initiative will provide companion animal veterinary teams with knowledge, resources and tools to make positive changes in their antimicrobial prescribing. VetTeamAMR for companion animal teams will launch at a free event on Tuesday 20 June. Sign up h…
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In this podcast, Quality Improvement Clinical Lead Pam Mosedale talks to John Innes, honorary professor at Liverpool University, about new research that used data from RCVS Knowledge’s Canine Cruciate Registry (CCR) to determine its findings. The research provides estimates on the minimal clinically-important differences (MCIDs) for the two validat…
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Pam Mosedale speaks to VetTeamAMR Equine Clinical Lead Tim Mair about how the new initiative will provide equine veterinary teams with knowledge, resources and tools to make positive changes in their antimicrobial prescribing. Read more about VetTeamAMR Listen to the podcast transcriptRCVS Knowledge
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Sally Everitt speaks with Barbara Glanemann and Karen Humm from the Royal Veterinary College about their involvement in the research into the clinical features and causes of the outbreak of cases of pancytopenia in cats that occurred in the UK in Spring 2021. Read the transcript Read the paperRCVS Knowledge
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In this Knowledge Natter, Lou Northway speaks to Eloise Collins, Head Veterinary Nurse at Beech House Veterinary Centre, who used checklists, auditing, benchmarking, team meetings and journal clubs to help improve patient care and outcomes and to improve practice culture. Eloise helped to create psychological safety amongst the team through her ope…
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In this Audio Summary, Amelia looks at whether environmental modification is superior to medical management in the treatment of feline idiopathic cystitis. Read the full Knowledge Summary here. Audio Summaries are a free resource that enables vets and vet nurses to access and digest relevant and up-to-date evidence quicker and easier. A time-saving…
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In this Knowledge Natter, Lou Northway, Clinical Lead RVN, talks to vets Sophie Gilbert and Lucy Leicester from Vets Now about their award-winning project using audit and guidelines for the management of dystocia cases. Knowledge Natters are friendly, informal discussions with our Knowledge Award Champions and those who are empowered by Quality Imp…
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Listen to our two Clinical Leads, Tim Nuttall and Tim Mair, introduce this education platform and explain how you can get the most out of it! Read the transcript. VetTeamAMR - Companion Animal and Equine will be available to all users of the Learn platform soon. Sign up for our newsletter to be the first to hear about its launch date.…
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In this episode of For the Record, we hear a discussion between Lacey Pitcher, Emily Craven, Daniel Denness and Kirstie Pickles. Together they discuss what neurodiversity means, the similarities and differences in their experiences, and how they would like to see understanding and awareness of neurodiversity change in the future. Read the transcrip…
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Listen to Farm Vet Champions Clinical Lead, Fiona Lovatt, talk to NOAH's Senior Technical Policy Manager, Lucy Coyne, about how farm vets can use the our SMART goals tool and the Livestock Vaccine Guideline to build confidence in their vaccine protocols and support those vet-farmer conversations. Both of these free resources support the Farm Vet Ch…
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Dr Kit Sturgess, Editor-in-Chief of Veterinary Evidence spoke with the winners of our 2022 Veterinary Evidence Student Awards - Sarah Daphne Foo, Maxim Bembinov and Narakhanti Soenardi about their experiences of writing Knowledge Summaries for Veterinary Evidence and how it felt to be published in a peer reviewed journal before graduating. Read the…
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Sally Everitt speaks with Matthew Rendle about how we can improve the care of rabbits in veterinary practice, make best use of the evidence that we have, and develop further evidence for the future. Read the paper Read the podcast transcriptRCVS Knowledge
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This session was recorded during the SPVS VMG Congress on the 13th May 2022. In addition to traversing the terrain of chronic staffing resource shortages and withstanding the onslaught of the pandemic, the veterinary professions in the UK were then hit with a tidal wave of new pets. Caseload increases of 50% faced diminished and fatigued teams. For…
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Amanda Boag, Chair of the RCVS Knowledge Board of Trustees in conversation with Professor Herman Barkema, our 2022 Plowright Prize winner. The biennial Plowright Prize recognises an individual who has made significant contributions to the field of infectious diseases in animals. Find out more including how to nominate someone for the Prize here: rc…
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Alison Pyatt, Training Centre Lead VMD, and Pam Mosedale, QI Clinical Lead RCVS Knowledge, introduce the Managing Veterinary Medicines: Staying Legal and Promoting Safety course. The course is freely available to everyone in the veterinary profession and provides information on veterinary medicine regulations and the safe and responsible use of vet…
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VetTeamAMR Project Manager Lucy Coyne speaks to Farm Vet Champion Lucy Coyne about Rose Willis about how she inspired her practice team and clients to engage with the Medicine Hub and how SMART goals can be used to motivate the team. Read the transcriptRCVS Knowledge
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In the fourth episode of ‘For the Record’, we hear from vets working as Official Veterinarians within the public health sector, some of whom trained in other European nations before moving to the UK. This episode was recorded in two parts. The first part was recorded in December 2020, before the confirmation of the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agree…
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In this podcast, Pam Mosedale chats with Mel McPherson about how farm practices can get started with Quality Improvement (QI). This podcast was recorded for the QI Boxset- Series 1: Episode 2: Getting started with Quality Improvement. Read the transcript.RCVS Knowledge
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This session was recorded during the SPVS VMG Congress on the 13th May 2022. *Please note, there is a short pause in the presentation at 15:24 while the sound technician fixes some feedback and Mark Moreton's microphone level* With more demanding priorities to deliver the best possible care whilst dealing with the consequences of COVID-19 and Brexi…
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In this podcast, Lesley Moore RVN, Principle Nurse Manager at Vets Now Macclesfield speaks with Pam Mosedale about an audit that improved general anaesthetic monitoring in an emergency setting. The nursing team won a Knowledge Award for their work. Read their case example here. Read the transcript.RCVS Knowledge
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Happy Birthday to the Canine Cruciate Registry! One year since its launch, and since their last podcast together, Pam Mosedale and Mark Morton chat about the Registry's progress and the benefits of signing up. Read the transcript. Access the Canine Cruciate Registry.RCVS Knowledge
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In our podcast series 'Research Focus', Sally Everitt, our inFOCUS Clinical Lead, will be chatting all about veterinary clinical research with a range of excellent guests. In this episode, Dan O'Neill talked to Sally about new research on dog life expectancy and mortality, using VetCompass data, broken down by age, sex and breed. The research gives…
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Listen to Pam Mosedale, QI Clinical Lead, chat to Jo Civil about her role as a veterinary receptionist and Quality Improvement officer within practice. This podcast was recorded for the QI Boxset- Series 1: Episode 2: Getting started with Quality Improvement. Read the transcript.RCVS Knowledge
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In this Audio Summary, Katy compares the evidence for two well-known treatments for cystic ovarian disease. Read the full Knowledge Summary here. Audio Summaries are a free resource that enables vets and vet nurses to access and digest relevant and up-to-date evidence quicker and easier. A time-saving way to make better and faster evidence-based de…
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Recorded for the QI Boxset series, Establishing a Quality Improvement Structure in Practice, Pam Mosedale chats to Sian Tranter MRCVS, member of the British Veterinary Locum Association (BVLA) working group, on how locums can fulfil clinical governance requirements. Read the transcript here Access the QI Boxset now.…
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In this episode of the QI Boxset, VetTeamAMR Project Manager Lucy Coyne introduces a new initiative that champions the responsible use of antimicrobials within companion animal, farm animal, and equine veterinary teams. Read the transcriptRCVS Knowledge
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