Veterinary Clinical Podcasts
About This Show
Welcome to this series of audio podcasts on small animal clinical topics hosted by Shailen Jasani (MRCVS DipACVECC) and featuring veterinary specialists and other clinical staff from the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals.
Find out more by listening to the Introduction podcast (first podcast) and if you have any suggestions or comments please get in touch (email firstname.lastname@example.org; tweet @RoyalVetCollege using #saclinpod; or use the RVC Facebook page). Also, if you like this podcast series please rate it in iTunes! "This is such a great resource! Thank you for reviving the podcast format, so needed for our generation of vets." (a BVetMed 2011 graduate). "Just wanted to drop you a quick email about the saclinpod podcasts. I think they're fantastic." (a BVetMed 4 student)
Most Recent Episode
Rule of Six
In this podcast, we talk to Tom Cardy, staff clinician in neurology and neurosurgery here at the RVC about the ‘Rule of Six’, or the ‘Six Finger Rule’ (which has no bearing on Count Rugen or indeed Inigo Montoya). It is a clever process used to teach clinical reasoning in canine spinal disease, in six steps. SignalmentOnsetDeteriorationPainAsymmetryNeuroanatomical localisation Here is the link to the paper published in the Veterinary Record in 2015 http://veterinaryrecord.bmj.com/content/early/2015/07/21/vr.102988 Tools and mnemonics that make our day to day life easier are always warmly welcomed! If you have any comments about this podcast, please get in touch (email email@example.com; tweet @dombarfield or @RoyalVetCollege using #rvcpod; or use the RVC facebook page). We would greatly appreciate your time to rate us on iTunes and write a review.