RCVS Knowledge - Evidence-based Veterinary Medicine

2016-12

Episodes

Friday Dec 16, 2016

Q&A from Sue and Andrea's talk at the Veterinary Evidence Today conference, Edinburgh November 1, 2016.

Friday Dec 16, 2016

The evolution of veterinary nursing over the past fifty years combined with the introduction of the RCVS Register and Code of Conduct means that RVN's are now accountable for their actions and as a result must develop the ability to critically appraise, both their own practice and the protocols of the organisation in which they work, as part of clinical governance. It is therefore important that they develop the tools which enable them to confidently question all aspects of their clinical practice, but especially patient care and welfare, where necessary.  Don't Be Afraid to Ask the Question: A Simple Guide for Veterinary Nurses to Conducting Evidence-Based Research in Clinical Practice   Veterinary Evidence TodayEdinburgh, 1-3 November 2016

Friday Dec 16, 2016

Q&A from Louise's talk at the Veterinary Evidence Today conference, Edinburgh November 1, 2016. 

Friday Dec 16, 2016

This talk will look at difficulties for RVNs working in private practice gaining access to sufficient papers and studies in order to provide the evidence we need, and also looking at the selection of appropriate topics. We will look at sources of information such as the RCVS Knowledge library in order to collect evidence, and also how to select appropriate, relevant topics for research which will be useful to other RVNs working in practice, and will help in the creation of nursing protocols and nursing care bundles, which will advance nursing and patient care.    Veterinary Evidence TodayEdinburgh, 1-3 November 2016

Thursday Dec 15, 2016

Q&A from Richard's talk at the Veterinary Evidence Today conference, Edinburgh November 3, 2016. 

Thursday Dec 15, 2016

Research is essential to provide the evidence-base for veterinary science in order to improve the health and welfare of animals and to improve public health. In this session, Dr Mellanby will discuss the valuable contribution that practice-based veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses can make to the future of veterinary knowledge.    Veterinary Evidence TodayEdinburgh, 1-3 November 2016  

Friday Dec 02, 2016

Q&A from Ava and Ian's talk at the Veterinary Evidence Today conference, Edinburgh November 2, 2016.

Friday Dec 02, 2016

Whilst there is a small body of research that investigates the development of EBVM skills in veterinary undergraduates there is a paucity of research that aims to understand the development of EBVM skills in practice-based post-graduate veterinary surgeons. This talk on a paper is a small step in remedying that shortfall. In particular, the paper provides a progress report on an RCVS Knowledge funded study that is evaluating a practice-based EBVM development program.  AF & IR - Preliminary Evaluation of a Practice-Based EBVM Skills Development Program Veterinary Evidence TodayEdinburgh, 1-3 November 2016

Friday Dec 02, 2016

Q&A from Steve and David's talk at the Veterinary Evidence Today conference, Edinburgh November 1, 2016.

Friday Dec 02, 2016

Practice-based research should be performed in all practice settings if the results are to be applied to all practice settings. While the previous statement seems intuitive, that is to have practice-based evidence strengthen evidence-based medicine. The development of such a system of data collection and dissemination has not developed very rapidly.  This lecture will describe how the VetCompass Programme has grown and evolved to now provide a world-leading platform for unbiased, invisible data collection...  SB and DC - Can Practice Based Evidence Complement and Promote EBVM? Veterinary Evidence TodayEdinburgh, 1-3 November 2016  

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