In each webinar the authors of featured papers will discuss the results and application of their papers with a panel and answer questions submitted by the audience in advance.
The first four webinars, which are free to access in the BSAVA Webinar Library, cover four different papers:
- Prescription rebellion: reduction of antibiotic use by small animal veterinarians
- Xenotransfusion of canine blood to cats: a review of 49 cases and their outcome
- Long-term biological variability and the generation of a new reference interval for plasma N-terminal pro-B-type natriuretic peptide in Labrador retrievers
- Retrospective characterisation and outcome of canine idiopathic mesenteric purulent lymphadenitis and lymph node abscesses at a teaching hospital from 2005 to 2015
Nicola Di Girolamo, editor of JSAP said: “This webinar series shines a light on selected papers in JSAP and allows us to consider how these findings may impact clinical practice, ultimately leading to evidence-based veterinary medicine.
“Discussing the research with the authors – experts in their field – really helps to bring the papers to life.”