Meet Tianna Brand, a Canadian who’s now Head of the Programmes Department at the World Organisation for Animal Health (OiE)
The AAHA’s new Healthy Workplace Culture Initiative kicks off with Veterinary Team Wellbeing resource
As healthcare professionals, we know that prevention is better than treatment. That’s why the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) has published a groundbreaking guide focused on the promotion of wellbeing and prevention of mental health issues amongst veterinary professionals. This is the premier publication of the AAHA’s new Healthy Workplace Culture Initiative.
Blacklegged ticks – and the Lyme disease they can carry – are spreading in New Brunswick. To help track where they are now, and to project where they will be in the future, the Mount Allison Lyme Research Network has teamed up with the Geospatial Modelling Lab to create an interactive mapping portal: The Maritime Tick Portal. Through the website, veterinarians, researchers, and the general public can keep on top of tick spread in the province.
November 14, 2017 - Nestlé Purina PetCare Hosts Vet Education Summit on Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome
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Results of a study on the effectiveness of two isoxazolines in controlling flea populations in premises and on naturally infested dogs, presented by Dr. Michael Dryden... a.k.a. Dr. Flea.
During the 2017 CVMA Convention in Charlottetown, Prince-Edward-Island, the Mona Campbell Centre for Animal Cancer located within the premises of the Ontario Veterinary College (OVC, University of Guelph) was recognized as Practice of the Year by the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) for creating a comprehensive veterinary cancer centre serving central Canada and beyond, while offering unique clinical trial research opportunities, facilitated by the University’s Institute for Comparative Cancer Investigation.
The challenges of accessing continuing education for registered veterinary technicians and technologists
Shannon Brownrigg, RVT, Executive Director of the Registered Veterinary Technologists and Technicians of Canada (RVTTC) provides us with the lastest updates about RVTTC and explains why it is so challenging for registered veterinary technicians and technologists to access continuous education program.
Veterinarians without Borders (VWB) is currently recruiting for international placements in Uganda, Vietnam, Kenya, Ghana and Tanzania. They are looking for dairy experts to work with their partners in Kenya and Uganda in promoting animal health and livelihood development in areas such as animal nutrition, breeding (artificial insemination) and animal health training. For Ghana, they are looking for experts in poultry management, gender issues and curriculum development. Placements start from 3-6 months (flexible) and most of the costs are covered by VWB.
Cat Healthy is an online resource created by Canada's top veterinary feline specialists in an effort to ensure more cats receive the preventive healthcare they need to live longer.