Five outstanding and brave veterinary undergraduate students will present their final year VetCompass projects as oral abstracts at BSAVA Congress 2023 in Manchester. These projects cover a range of important individual health conditions in dogs as well as one that explores the overall health of rabbits. Using anonymised clinical data from hundreds of primary care veterinary clinics across the UK, these studies are part of the new revolution of veterinary clinical evidence generation that reports the real-world view of companion animal health from the veterinary coalface.
|Sierra Latshaw||Testicular Tumours in Dogs - Frequency and Breed Risk in VetCompass first opinion practice||9.15am Thursday 23rd March|
|Abbie Williams||Are lop-eared rabbits really so unhealthy?||4.15pm Thursday 23rd March|
|Katelyn Park||The evidence base on pyometra in bitches; an open or closed case?||12.15pm Friday 24th March|
|Lauren Prisk||Plugging the diarrhoea information gap in dogs under UK primary veterinary care||8.45am Saturday 25th March|
|Vilma Vaattovaara||Lifting the lid on entropion in dogs under primary veterinary care in the UK: a VetCompass study||2.00pm Saturday 25th March|