A New Quarterly Veterinary Publication – Companion Animals – Has Been Launched
12 years agoA new quarterly veterinary publication – Companion Animals – has been launched to provide veterinary professionals with a structured summary of the best of the international literature published in the past three months. The publication is backed by an educational grant from Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, and is part of the company’s commitment to invest in education and continue to support vets in practice. The peer-reviewed publication provides concise expert commentary and analysis on recent advances in veterinary medicine and has an international editorial and advisory board. This comprises Virginia Luis Fuentes from the Royal Veterinary College, Daniel Holden from the County Veterinary Clinic, Jacques Penderis from the University of Glasgow, Scott Brown from the University of Georgia, Brice Reynolds from the National Veterinary School of Toulouse, Rob Rayward from Coast Veterinary Referrals, James Oliver from North Kent Referrals, Sarah Smith from Sarah Smith Cardiology, Mark Lowrie from Davies Veterinary Specialists, Marieke De Vries from the Animal Health Trust and Patricia Ibarrola from University College Dublin. In addition, each issue contains an original review article. The leading article in Volume 1, Issue 1 is titled ‘The recognition and management of acute and chronic pain in cats’ and is authored by Louisa Slingsby from the University of Bristol. To register an account and receive all content free of charge, courtesy of Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, please contact your local Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica territory manager or telephone 01344 746959.
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