Following 3 years in combined practice, Mr Bartram features since performed in the exact pharmaceutical community in both people along with puppy well being important. Being a veterinarian can become a entire and gratifying career, but it can at the same time be tough.
In addition to over 90 refereed publications and book chapters, Vanessa is a busy practitioner, enjoys all aspects of feline medicine and loves nothing more than helping sick cats get better.
This led me to successfully apply for the post of Fort Dodge Feline Fellow at the University of Bristol, allowing me to expand my fascination with clinical feline medicine under the guidance of Professor Tim Gruffydd-Jones.
Shortly afterwards I was fortunate enough to rejoin forces with Martha Cannon — a colleague from Bristol — co-founding The Oxford Cat Clinic in — a unique first opinion and referral cat-only practice — allowing us both to work exclusively with cats, which had been our dream for some years.
Becoming part of the Feline Chapter and the ISFM Academy it has been great to find so many kindred spirits filled with enthusiasm and generosity to share their knowledge and discuss cases and ideas.
It was working within this clinic that my interest in feline medicine started to develop. I remained working at the South-East London emergency centre for nearly three years before returning back to Perth to settle down.
In I joined the partnership as a full equity partner and proceeded to develop the feline side of the business.
I am passionate about all things feline particularly internal medicine, behaviour, geriatric care and dentistry. I strongly believe that education to general practitioners is key; by implementing small changes to the way you handle and house your feline patients in a vet clinic environment you can make a huge impact on lowering their stress and pain Contact: I soon realised that the path to laparoscopy is often preceded by ultrasonography, leading me to develop my skills in abdominal ultrasound and echocardiography.
Kath worked in private small animal practice in Sydney and the UK for three years. InKath completed her internship in small animal medicine at the University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Sydney after which she completed her Fellowship training program in feline medicine.
During her residency, Kath completed a research project on the pathology of feline low grade alimentary lymphoma and inflammatory bowel disease. Kath has a keen interest in all aspects of canine and feline medicine, and is also passionate about providing continuing education for veterinary practitioners.
Kath passed her Fellowship examinations in June I then followed a well trodden Aussie path and headed to the UK to work and travel for a couple of years, enjoying it so much that I stayed much longer. After 5 years I headed home to Melbourne, taking with me two large souveniers my now husband Jamie and our Battersea crossbreed, Matilda.
I really missed attending the annual feline focused conference, so decided to enrol in the Feline Medicine distance education program through the CVE at Sydney University in This was a fantastic course and it prepared me well to sit my memberships in I completed the CVE Sonology course in I have two gorgeous cats- Lewis who was adopted through a local shelter, and Millie who was surrendered to the clinic and is recovering from systemic Cryptococcus.
InI relocated to Hong Kong where I began to pursue my interest in feline medicine in earnest, while working for Hong Kong SPCA I continued my studies in ultrasonography, cardiology and feline internal medicine before moving back to the UK in Eager to share my love of feline medicine, I volunteered for 5 years as an associate Editor for the Feline Internal Medicine folder of the Veterinary Information Network, a global on-line information resource for all vets and paraveterinary staff.
My areas of special interest and experience include all aspects of internal medicine particularly cardiology and diagnostic imaging including cardiac and abdominal ultrasonography.Fellowship thesis of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, RCVS Trust Library.
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Sue is a previous member of the Equine Board of the RCVS. EQUINE Ardene House has the largest team of dedicated equine veterinary surgeons in North Scotland. We provide a hour emergency service days a year for horses, ponies and donkeys.
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