The second session will follow on 24th April, exploring ‘How do I Translate this into Practice?’ Finally, ‘Why: A Nutritional Case Study in Practice’ will conclude the series on Tuesday 1st May, with a real-world clinical application of EBVM concepts.
Commenting on the webinar, Lee Danks BVSc BVMS MRCVS, ROYAL CANIN’s Scientific Affairs Manager said: “In this three-part series we hope to summarise EBVM for those unaccustomed to this approach and review how it can help improve our clinical decision making in practice. By taking a step by step approach and delivering ‘easily-digestible’ lessons over three weeks we hope to answer as many questions vets and nurses have as possible with some highly applicable content from Rachel Dean.”
After graduating from the University of Glasgow in 1996, Rachel worked in mixed and small animal general practice. She holds the RCVS diploma in feline medicine and is a recognised RCVS specialist in this field. Rachel is currently a Clinical Associate Professor in Feline Medicine at the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, Nottingham where she directs the Centre of Evidence-based Veterinary Medicine.
For more information and to register free, visit https://vetportal.royalcanin.co.uk/cpd/webinar2018/