VetCompass featured in this month's Veterinary Practice magazine
An interview with VetCompass researcher, Dr Dan O’Neill features in this month’s edition of Veterinary Practice.
In ‘A leap forward in primary care EBVM’, Dan discusses all aspects of the VetCompass companion animal surveillance project. Included are details of how VetCompass use de-identified veterinary data to produce robust, clinically-relevant evidence for vets in primary care practice, the conditions which are currently under investigation and how veterinary practices can get involved.
Accompanying the article is the first VetCompass cartoon, drawn by artist Steve Long. We hope you agree that with VetCompass you no longer need to rely on gut instinct.
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