RCVS Knowledge - Evidence-based Veterinary Medicine



Friday Jun 30, 2017

In this talk, from the Veterinary Evidence Today conference 2016, Mike Clarke gives an introduction to systematic reviews.  MC - Introduction to Systematic Reviews Veterinary Evidence TodayEdinburgh, 1-3 November 2016  

Wednesday Jun 21, 2017

Louise gives a short Audio Summary of her paper 'Are Dogs That Are Fed from a Raised Bowl at an Increased Risk of Gastric Dilation Volvulus Compared with Floor-Fed Dogs?'. 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 decisions.   Read the transcript. 

Friday Jun 16, 2017

Blood lactate levels are a simple and inexpensive parameter that is increasingly available to practitioners in both emergency medicine and general practice. But what does it really tell us? But does the data support that? In this session we will briefly review lactate physiology and then focus on the small animal veterinary evidence base – how has it evolved, what do we now know and where are the gaps in knowledge and potential misinterpretations that could affect our use of this clinical tool.   Veterinary Evidence TodayEdinburgh, 1-3 November 2016  

Friday Jun 16, 2017

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

Friday Jun 09, 2017

Abbie Latham, an MA History student from Kings College London discusses the Boer War correspondence of Army veterinarian Frederick Smith. Abbie transcribed the letters held by Knowledge, and in her podcast explores aspects of the letters relating to technological developments in war reporting in the nineteenth century. Abbie’s fascinating essay brings a fresh perspective and historical insight into the letters, which will be of interest to all audiences.

Wednesday Jun 07, 2017

There is very little good-quality veterinary evidence for most of the veterinary procedures carried out every day across the world. Very few, if any, individuals have all the necessary qualities to be able to systematically produce good-quality, and relevant, clinical research on their own, in a timely manner. The Association for Veterinary Soft Tissue Surgery (AVSTS) www.avsts.org.uk is an affiliate group with the British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA), and functions as a clinical network of like-minded individuals. In 2013 AVSTS sought to create a role for itself in facilitating the production (by its members) of multi-centre clinical research of relevance to its members. Veterinary Evidence TodayEdinburgh, 1-3 November 2016  

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