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SAGE Veterinary Science
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Welcome to the official free Podcast from SAGE for Veterinary Science. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
 
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Veterinary ECC Small Talk
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Small talk and jibber jabber about small animal (canine, feline) Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ECC) with a primary care/non-referral focus. Hosted by ECC specialist Shailen Jasani, Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical care, episodes cover a variety of topics relating to ECC including literature references and evidence-based medicine considerations. Each episode also features a cheeky competition giveaway. So join us for some ECC small talk, why don ...
 
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Bill Hutton, Sr. V.P. Purple Heart Foundation The Purple Heart is awarded to military members wounded or killed in any action against an enemy of the United States or as a result of an act of any such enemy or opposing armed forces. It is the oldest military award still presented to US Service members. This week we discuss the Purple Heart Foun ...…
 
Bill Hutton, Sr. V.P. Purple Heart Foundation The Purple Heart is awarded to military members wounded or killed in any action against an enemy of the United States or as a result of an act of any such enemy or opposing armed forces. It is the oldest military award still presented to US Service members. This week we discuss the Purple Heart Foun ...…
 
Functional medicine is a form of preventative care; the focus being on maintaining a healthy relationship between the organs and entire systems. Treatment includes detoxification, the use of homeopathic supplements and individualized nutritional plans. Proponents of functional medicine say this approach addresses root causes of illness and dise ...…
 
A group of 55 teenagers from around the state recently participated in a three-day Arkansas 4-H Veterinary Science Camp at the University of Arkansas. They took part in a variety of hands-on sessions with veterinarians including honeybees, horses and cattle. Veterinarian Lloyd Keck of West Fork participated in the camp and shared his thoughts o ...…
 
ISFM Consensus Guidelines on the Diagnosis and Management of Hypertension in Cats: Samantha Taylor talks to Jennie Atkinson from SAGE about the ISFM guidelines on diagnosis and management of hypertension in Cats. Posted June 2017.
 
John Lewis, editor-in-chief of the Journal of Veterinary Dentistry, interviews Dr. Colin Harvey. The official podcast of the Journal of Veterinary Dentistry, “Veterinary Dentistry Matters,” provides interviews with those who influenced the specialty during its inception and with those who continue to affect its trajectory. In addition to interv ...…
 
CLICK HERE for the podcast outline for the episode. This podcast episode is dedicated to Paul’s late “Super dog” Tinker … PAUL MCGREEVY – Bio Paul McGreevy BVSc, Ph.D. is a riding instructor, veterinarian, and ethologist. He is Professor of Animal Behavior and Animal Welfare Science at the University of Sydney s School of Veterinary Science. [… ...…
 
On this week's Pop Rocket, Guy Branum, Wynter Mitchell and Karen Tongson are joined by LA Weekly film critic April Wolfe for a deep dive into the French horror film Raw by director Julia Ducournau. The movie centers on Justine, a young vegetarian who, along with her sister, is studying to become a veterinarian. When Justine is pressured to eat ...…
 
On this week's Pop Rocket, Guy Branum, Wynter Mitchell and Karen Tongson are joined by LA Weekly film critic April Wolfe for a deep dive into the French horror film Raw by director Julia Ducournau. The movie centers on Justine, a young vegetarian who, along with her sister, is studying to become a veterinarian. When Justine is pressured to eat ...…
 
In this podcast, Associate Editor Denise Bounous discusses the February 2017 Special Issue with guest editors Adam Aulbach, Holly Jordan, and Jacqueline Tarrant. The editors discuss Contemporary and Emerging Applications in Clinical Pathology and provide information on the articles in the issue. Click here to read the issue.…
 
This guy is the real deal. A hunter to the soul, and yet a student of veterinary science at the same time. Taking life with one hand and giving it with another. We speak with Ulrik Oskov, recounting the moment he fended off a wounded boar with just his feet, as well as going deep into his last trip into the wilderness of New Zealand and Austral ...…
 
We explore the fascinating world of epidemiology and veterinary sciences with the charming and exceeding well-traveled Edie Marshall.
 
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Blunt Dissection: The best minds in veterinary medicine, academia & business profiled so you can learn from their experience.
 
The guest on episode one of Blunt Dissection is Dr Diederik Gelderman Australian veterinary business legend, former veterinary hospital owner, current Australian Veterinary business Association (AVBA) President and creator of the Turbo Charge Your Veterinary Practice series of business development products. Diederik graduated from the Universit ...…
 
In the latest instalment of the Morgans Startup Series, Chris Titley spoke with Dr Kate Adams from Thankly. Thankly is an Aussie tech startup reinventing the old-fashioned, handwritten 'Thank You'. Kate has previously worked in senior roles in a number of different industries, from veterinary science (she is a practising, part owner at Bondi Ve ...…
 
Research is essential to provide the evidence-base for veterinary science in order to improve the health and welfare of animals and to improve public health. In this session, Dr Mellanby will discuss the valuable contribution that practice-based veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses can make to the future of veterinary knowledge. Veterinary ...…
 
At a global level, the people who produce most of the world’s food – smallholder farmers – are also the people who suffer the most food and nutrition insecurity. Why is this so? And what needs to happen to make smallholder agriculture more nutrition-sensitive? In this seminar, three University of Sydney experts from different areas – public hea ...…
 
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Campus Review Podcasts
 
The incoming chair of Group of Eight would like to see the funding distortions affecting disciplines like veterinary science, medicine, agriculture and dentistry to be addressed.
 
John Lewis, editor-in-chief of the Journal of Veterinary Dentistry, presents the inaugural podcast for the journal by interviewing Dr. Mark Smith, the longest tenured editor of the journal. The official podcast of the Journal of Veterinary Dentistry, “Veterinary Dentistry Matters,” provides interviews with those who influenced the specialty dur ...…
 
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Sigtunaskolan Humanistiska Läroverket, SSHL, Podcast
 
In this short interview, we talk to a few of the students at SSHL currently studying the Natural Science Programme in English. This is one of the accredited national Swedish programmes that SSHL offers upper-secondary students and traditionally popular with students looking to go on to subjects such as engineering, medicine, veterinary science, ...…
 
It's National Shelter Appreciation Week and we are going to sniff around the latest advances in technology that are helping animal shelters save lives and get more orphan pets into permanent homes. During this epsiode, we're gonna dig into cutting-edge pet adoption tools are moving in the 21st century, saving time, paper and lives! From new app ...…
 
In this podcast, Dr. Sydney Mukaratirwa discusses this study which was conducted to characterize lung microscopic lesions in control beagle dogs from inhalation and oral gavage toxicity studies, to determine differences associated with the route of administration, and to discuss distinguishing features from compound-induced lung lesions.…
 
In this Toxicologic Pathology podcast, Stacey L. Fossey interviews author Peter Hall on his article "Femoral Head Growth Plate Dysplasia and Fracture in Juvenile Rabbits Induced by Off-target Antiangiogenic Treatment." Epiphyseal growth plate dysplasia (chondrodysplasia) might be considered as the pathognomonic feature of antiangiogenic treatme ...…
 
Is it possible your pet is eating a healthier diet than you?When you choose food for your pets, the considerations are very rational. You take a look at what veterinary science says is the best, and then you provide that food. Your furry friends have very little choice in the matter. When you choose food for yourself, there are many more variab ...…
 
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Beef + Lamb New Zealand podcasts
 
This Red Meat Profit Partnership conference call from 18 July 2016 discusses the diagnosis, control and management of Johne’s Disease (JD) in livestock. The Johne’s Disease Research Consortium (JDRC) was set up in 2008 by Beef + Lamb New Zealand, DairyNZ and Deer Industry New Zealand to bring some coordinated effort to the study of JD in NZ - a ...…
 
Spent an amazing evening with Dr. Brianna Reid Favret of the Mobile Veterinary Clinic of Trumbull. We talked about all of the hard work that is involved with studying to be a VET. We also got to see the changes of Veterinary science within a period of 30 years. Dr. Reid Favret's father Dr. Michael Reid which also went to LSU chimed in on his ed ...…
 
In this episode of The Physical Performance Show I have a fire-side chat with AUS Marathon Representative, Melanie Panayiotou Listen in as we delve into the fo!llowing: What is the scariest thing that you have done? What was the scariest thing that you saw at the zoo? What has been the single most running accomplishment to date? How did you fir ...…
 
Ever had a dream come true? - Well 1st Year Vet Student Claire Fu is now living that dream at University in Townsville QLD, a long way from home, family, friends and her much loved birds.A veterinary science degree takes around 5-6 years of study according to the AVA and 'Future Vet' Claire Fu has jumped right in the deep end!We spoke with Clai ...…
 
These days our pets have just about as big a choice of food as we do! But what about medicines?The way we look after our pets is changing every year. Conventional veterinary science continues to allow us to treat all kinds of ailments in our pets from skin conditions, dodgy tummies, anxiety and more. But did you know many of the things prescrib ...…
 
Vets – do you remember your first day/first months on the job as a brand new practitioner of veterinary science? Scary for some, right?Well now there’s a new crop of Vets about to graduate who could really benefit from a mentor who can spare a small amount of time to make their transition into the workforce as smooth as possible.There are numer ...…
 
Vets –remember your first day/first months on the job as a brand new practitioner of veterinary science? A bit scary for some right?There’s a new crop of Vets about to graduate who could really benefit from a mentor who can spare a small amount of time to make their transition into the workforce as smooth as possible.There are numerous benefits ...…
 
The AAFP Guidelines for the Management of Feline Hyperthyroidism (FHT) help primary clinicians answer common questions and suggest when referral may benefit the feline patient. The Guidelines shed light on FHT as a disease and also dispel myths surrounding certain aspects of FHT by replacing them with evidence-based narrative veterinary profess ...…
 
Brennen McKenzie, MA, VMD is a 2001 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, and he works as a small animal veterinarian in private practice in California. He has a special interest in promoting science-based veterinary medicine and is currently President-Elect of the Evidence-Based Veterinary Medical Associatio ...…
 
* How To Conquer 'Vet Speak!' *Becoming a Vet involves mastering a number a extraordinary skills, not least of which is essentially learning another language, the very complicated terminology used in Veterinary Science. For many vets, using veterinary terms, aka 'vet-speak', becomes automatic which can make it difficult for pet owners to unders ...…
 
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AAVMC's Diversity & Inclusion on Air: Conversations about Diversity, Inclusion & Veterinary Medicine
 
On the 2nd episode of AAVMC's Diversity and Inclusion on Air program, University of Sydney's Dean Roseanne Taylor will talk about the schools efforts to promote and increase diversity. She will also highlight efforts to make sure the veterinary schools are equipped with the skills to work with various populations, including and especially Austr ...…
 
ISFM Consensus Guidelines on the Diagnosis and Management of Feline Chronic Kidney Disease: Jennie Atkinson from SAGE talks to Dr Andy Sparkes about the ISFM Consensus Guidelines for Feline Chronic Kidney Disease. Posted: March 2016
 
Professor Wayne Hein is the recently appointed Dean of the Roseworthy Campus and Head of the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences. In conversation with Ewart Shaw he discusses the response of the Roseworthy community to the recent Pinery fires. Guest: Prof. Wayne Hein, Dean of Roseworthy Campus, University of Adelaide.…
 
This podcast, with Dr. James D Fikes, from Biogen, focuses on the Guidance on the GLP Requirements for Peer Review of Histopathology (guidance # 16) published on September 26, 2014 by the Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). This guidance represents the first such guidance specifically on the process of Peer Review, which is a widely u ...…
 
This podcast with Dr. Jerold Rehg and hosted by Dr. Odete Mendes discusses the classification of mice hematolymphoid tumors in CD1 mice, their pattern of incidence in regards to the age, sex or feeding status and their morphology, cell composition, organ involvement. Immunohistochemical (IHC) markers that are diagnostically relevant for these t ...…
 
Lance Collins Bio Lance Collins has been actively involved in the dog sport exclusively as a hobby since 1980. An active competitor, Lance qualified for the WUSV World Championships eleven times with five different dogs, all self trained and titled. His highest placing at the WUSV Worlds was 4th place with a dog he bred, raised and trained. Mor ...…
 
Veterinary Pathology podcast editor Leah Schutt discusses the the article, "Autosomal Recessive Congenital Ichthyosis in American Bulldogs Is Associated With NIPAL4 (ICHTHYIN) Deficiency" with Dr. Mauldin and Dr. Casal, two of the authors of the study. To view this article, click here.
 
This podcast with Dr. Sam Cohen and hosted by Dr. Peter Hall concerns the publication of a STP committee chaired by Dr. Charles Wood concerning the role of increased cell proliferation in the evaluation of the mode of action of carcinogenesis, particularly for nongenotoxic chemicals. Dr. Cohen emphasizes the importance of attention to details i ...…
 
Veterinary Pathology podcast editor Leah Schutt discusses the the article, "A Comparison of Biochemical and Histopathologic Staging in Cats With Chronic Kidney Disease" with Dr. Quimby, one of the authors of the study. To view this article, click here.
 
This podcast with Dr. Jeff Wolf discusses the development of a career in the specialized field of fish pathology, and the use of fish in biomedical and environmental research. As a veterinary pathologist, Dr. Wolf became involved with fish research during his graduate studies and as part of his present job with EPL. Major uses of fish in toxico ...…
 
Veterinary Pathology podcast editor Leah Schutt discusses the the article, "Prognostic Value of Histologic Grading for Feline Mammary Carcinoma: A Retrospective Survival Analysis" with Dr. Simko, one of the authors of the study. To view this article, click here.
 
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Improv Vermont Podcast - Vermont Comedy Club
 
"You see me walkin' down the street, I say 'Hey, where's all my breakfast meats'?" Two sleazy music industry producers set out to exploit a young girl with a talent for freestyle rapping and a passion for veterinary science. When young Carol becomes an overnight Hollywood success, she finds it difficult to escape the limelight and pursue her tr ...…
 
Does your pet have a glass half full, or glass half empty take on life? It’s a recent discovery that many animals can be optimistic or pessimistic based on their experiences. Dr Melissa Starling holds a Bachelor of Science in Zoology and recently gained her PhD from the Faculty of Veterinary Science at the University of Sydney with a topic that ...…
 
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