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Veterinary surgeon – Behavioural Medicine referral practice

An opportunity has arisen for a full or part time veterinary surgeon with potential for a residency position in a busy referral veterinary practice in small animal behavioural medicine, working under the direction of the Clinical Director and as part of a clinical team of vets, rehabilitation trainers and a veterinary physiotherapist. Candidates must have a special interest in behavioural medicine and preferably a postgraduate qualification in the field. RCVS Advanced Practitioner status in Companion Animal Behaviour is an advantage and an interest in chronic pain management is also beneficial. Responsibilities include: • Conducting online and face to face diagnostic behavioural medicine consultations and formulating bespoke treatment programmes for patients and their caregivers • Prescribing medication as appropriate in relation to emotional disorders and chronic pain management • Advising clients on use of pheromones, nutraceuticals and other adjunctive therapies as appropriate • Working closely with the rehabilitation trainers and veterinary physiotherapist to ensure comprehensive care for patients • Providing support for clients via telephone and email following consultations • Conducting review consultations for the purposes of reviewing progress of the case and monitoring medication • Taking the out of hours phone on a rota basis • Providing email advice and support for local veterinary practices via our Behavioural Advice Subscription Service • Performing necessary clinical related administration duties Behavioural Referrals Veterinary Practice offers a referral service in small animal behaviour medicine. Practice Principal Sarah Heath BVSc PgCertVE DipECAWBM(BM) CCAB FHEA FRCVS is both an RCVS and an EBVS ® European Veterinary Specialist in Behavioural Medicine as well as a Certified Clinical Animal Behaviourist. She was made a Fellow of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons in recognition of her work in establishing behavioural medicine as a veterinary discipline. The vet team offers a comprehensive service in the diagnosis, treatment and management of behavioural disorders and related chronic pain where appropriate. The tailor-made behavioural modification programmes are complemented by a follow up service provided by the team of rehabilitation trainers and a veterinary physiotherapist. Applicants should send their CV and covering letter to

Internal Medicine Consultant- IDEXX UK

As a Small Animal Internal Medicine Consultant, you will be responsible for providing veterinary practitioners with phone consultations about interpretation of laboratory results, diagnostic testing and treatment options. A high level of importance is placed on quality, service, and timeliness. The Department IDEXX strives to enhance veterinary care. The Internal Medicine team has a strong focus on peer-to-peer education and developing relationships with our colleagues in practice. Our veterinary team works closely with our commercial and laboratory team to ensure the highest quality in diagnostic solutions. In This Role You will consult with clients via phone regarding diagnostic testing, laboratory results (both reference laboratory and in house testing), treatment options and management of medical cases. You will discuss tests offered by IDEXX (reference laboratory and in-house diagnostic tests), specimen requirements, clinical utility of each test and how to interpret results. You will maintain proficiency and continually develop medical knowledge base by self-study, attending scientific meetings, participation in internal continuing education, and maintaining familiarity with current literature. You may be asked to develop and present internal and/or external CPD presentations. You may be asked to prepare newsletter articles to be included in IDEXX newsletters; writing or reviewing laboratory diagnostic or service updates on new products or services; or prepare other marketing, sales or promotional