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BEVA overhauls popular BEVApod channel
The fortnightly podcast aims to keep members informed and entertained while travelling between clients.

Podcast now includes real-life stories and clinical catch-up recordings.

The British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) has overhauled its popular BEVApod channel to include new real-life features, clinical catch-up content and the latest news and opinion.

The fortnightly podcast aims to keep members informed and entertained while travelling between clients or unwinding after a busy day. Since its launch two years ago, the podcast has become so popular that members have been requesting more content.

The new BEVApod promises more regular features from equine vet Brad Hill, a clinical assistant professor in equine practice at the University of Nottingham, who will be exploring the many aspects of life in equine practice.

Brad will also be sharing real-life stories to help promote a sense of togetherness and promote mental wellbeing.

“Although based at Nottingham, I am passionate about maintaining links to all areas of the equine profession,” he said.“This podcast will provide a platform to bring the experiences of others directly to the listener wherever they are.” 

BEVApod will also feature monthly clinical episodes taken from the BEVA Clinical Catch-Up recordings. These are live webinars where BEVA invites a practitioner to present a clinical topic and open it up for discussion. 

“We have turned the recordings of these into podcasts so that our members can listen to the recordings whilst travelling between clients," said BEVA President Lucy Grieve.  "It makes great use of travel time and fills the void we all sometimes feel when we are alone with just our thoughts in the car.”

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 The VetCT app is being offered for free to students and new veterinary graduates for their first three months in practice. The app provides a service for vets to send case information to a global team of Diploma-holding specialists, who can provide advice and support via instant call-back, text chat, written report, or virtual appointment.

Time on the app is automatically logged as CPD with quarterly certificates being generated for users. Additional services include the ability to book bespoke CPD, significant event reviews, and live training sessions such as surgical procedures.

The app is downloadable for both iOS and Android systems. 

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HORIBA has announced that it will host an online CPD meeting focusing on 'Exotic Parasites - The Importance of Testing in The Imported Dog'. Ian Wright (BVMS, MSc, MRCVS), head of ESCCAP UK and Ireland, will present on the importance of testing protocols in diseases of imported dogs.

The meeting will provide attendees with an overview of emerging veterinary diseases with a particular focus on exotic parasites, and discuss the importance of accurate testing protocols and equipment, alongside a final Q&A session.

The webinar will take place on Thursday July 1, from 19.30pm to 21.00pm BST. For free registration and more information visit the Horiba website or register.gotowebinar.com