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New ‘Beyond the Clinic’ podcast for veterinary professionals

A new IVC Evidensia podcast hosted by industry experts aims to “provide a comprehensive resource for veterinary professionals seeking to stay informed and engaged in their field”.

It has initially been launched with eight episodes available on a variety of subjects, and every week there will be a new episode launched, featuring different hosts and guests, covering a wide range of topics, the group states.


Each week, Beyond the Clinic will feature engaging conversations with leading minds in the veterinary industry, covering a wide range of topics relevant to the profession. From clinical advancements to tips and advice, listeners can expect “to gain valuable insights from experts across the UK, Europe, Canada and beyond”. The first series includes episodes on “all areas of veterinary care”.



One episode focuses on orthopaedic health in dogs, featuring European Diplomates in Small Animal Surgery, Padraig Egan and Scott Rutherford. Group head of Animal Welfare at IVC Evidensia, Dave Martin explores the impact of the XL bully ban on vet professionals and antibiotic usage on farms is discussed with group veterinary adviser for Farm Animal, Paul Horwood and senior farm vet Rachel Forster.


Host Daniella Dos Santos, director of Professional Culture at IVC Evidensia, comments: “I’m excited to be bringing the latest news and discussion topics that matter to us in the veterinary profession in an easily digestible format.


“Made by vet professionals for vet professionals, this podcast is designed for all clinic teams, covering the clinical and non-clinical subjects that truly matter to us. Our episodes range from hotly debated topics to the latest advancements in care, and in our first series we’ll dive into important subjects like the XL bully ban, the role of leadership within veterinary practice, antibiotic stewardship, and much more. With new episodes added weekly, make sure to check it out as we’re bringing valuable insights directly to your ears.”


Subscribe to Beyond the Clinic on your preferred podcast platform.

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