EJCAP Spring 2016: Recognising and fighting rabies
Recognising and fighting rabies, and giving your clients the correct advise in order to avoid introducing it – presentations by Denis Novak, Luke Gamble and Cathy Tourlouse, respectively of the 2015 Rabies symposium – are reported in the Spring issue of the European Journal of Companion Animal Practice (EJCAP), out now.
Published four times a year, the first issue of 2016 is now available online at www.ejcap.org.
Other interactive CPD papers in the issue, both at refresher and state-of-the art level, include those on orthomanual veterinary therapy (Aharon et al.), the diagnostic value of murmur intensity in small dogs (Ljungvall et al), uncommon bone pathologies (Font) as well as “How to…” podcasts on seizuring animals (Kenny) and fine needle aspiration (Scurrell).
Veterinary app & book reviews
And don’t forget to check out our quarterly review of veterinary apps (practice organisation, ophthalmology tutorial and the evaluation of stress in cats) and books (on cardiology, therapeutics and on blood parameters in exotic pets). FECAVA news in this issue includes the cat care information sheet, updates on the megaesophagus outbreak in Latvia and an invitation to apply for the FECAVA travel scholarship. And of course a reminder of the 2016 EuroCongress that will take place in Vienna in June.
Access is open to all veterinary practitioners, students and nurses in Europe and beyond, and is compatible for viewing on tablets. Please visit www.ejcap.org for more details.
Notes for Editors
EJCAP is the official organ of the Federation of European Companion Animal Veterinary Associations (FECAVA), the platform for the promotion of the professional development and representation of companion animal veterinarians in Europe. Founded in 1990, it currently has 40 national member associations and 13 associate member associations. FECAVA represents over 30,000 companion animal practitioners throughout Europe.
EJCAP online (www.ejcap.org) is generously supported by Hill’s Pet Nutrition, its prime partner.
For further information, please contact EJCAP’s Editor Karin de Lange