New Book Launch: How To…collected Articles From BSAVA Companion
The BSAVA has added a third volume to the popular ‘How to…collected articles from BSAVA Companion’ series. Brought together in this single volume is a selection of articles published in Companion between 2016 and 2020. Thanks are extended to the authors for their hard work, including time spent updating and adding to their material ensuring they are accurate today in the light of recent advances.
Described within the 40 chapters are techniques, diagnostic pathways and management approaches providing something of interest for everyone from the inexperienced to the most seasoned practitioner.
Editor of Companion, Samantha Taylor said: “At Companion we strive to produce well-illustrated, practical articles to help vets and VNs in practice face the day-to-day challenges of a varied caseload. We hope this collection meets our aims by covering a variety of clinical problems from hypercalcaemia in cats to managing the snuffly rabbit, from Leishmaniasis to lymphoma and many more.
Ian Ramsey (BSAVA Senior Vice President) took time out during his presidential year to write the Foreword for this new resource: “This collection represents a unique body of well-illustrated work prepared by experts from all around the UK and beyond. I would like to thank them all on behalf of BSAVA members and readers of this book for taking the time and care to develop these resources for their colleagues around the world.”
Samantha concluded:“Whether kept on the shelf for when needed or thumbed through over a cup of tea, we hope that within the pages of this new volume you find a useful tip or technique that helps.”
The How to…collected articles from BSAVA Companion (2016–2020), 3rd edition has been published as a BSAVA member loyalty reward gift for those eligible veterinary members who renew their membership this year. The book is also available to purchase from the BSAVA website www.bsava.com/shop priced at £20.
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