Authors

Equine Drugs, Equine Lab, Equine Techniques, Equine Joint Injections and Foal CPR
Kevin Corley BVM&S PhD DECEIM DACVIM DACVECC MRCVS

Dr Kevin Corley is a diplomate of the American Colleges of Veterinary Internal Medicine and Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care as well as the European College of Equine Internal Medicine. Dr Corley graduated from Edinburgh University, and has since completed an internship and PhD in London, a residency in Virginia, USA and was on faculty at the Royal Veterinary College in London for 5 years. Kevin is well known for his work to advance the critical care of both adult horses and foals, and he is a co-editor of the recent book, The Equine Hospital Manual. Kevin has published and lectured extensively on internal medicine and critical care in horses. His publications can be seen here. A list of lectures he has given can be found here, and upcoming lectures can be found on the CPD page. Kevin currently works as an independent veterinary consultant, based on the Curragh, Kildare in Ireland. Kevin is also a director of Veterinary Advances Ltd.

Equine Reproductive Ultrasound and Advanced Equine Reproductive Ultrasound
Marco Livini

Dr. Marco Livini graduated from University of Milan in 1988 with a degree in Veterinary Medicine. He gained experience in equine reproduction as a resident vet in thoroughbred stud farms in both Australia and Ireland  in 1990. He joined the “Veterinari Associati Ippovet” in 1991 where he currently works as theriogenologist. He was the coordinator of SIRE (Italian Society of Equine Reproduction) in 2000-2002 and President of SIVE (Italian Society of Equine Practitioners) in 2008-2010.

Feline Ophthalmology and Canine Ophthalmology
Natasha Mitchell MVB DVOphthal MRCVS

Natasha graduated from University College Dublin in 1998 with a degree in Veterinary Medicine. She worked in small animal practice in the UK and Australia, and obtained an RCVS Certificate in Veterinary Ophthalmology in 2004. She joined the Eye Veterinary Clinic in Herefordshire in 2006 where she completed an alternative residency programme for the RCVS Diploma in Veterinary Ophthalmology which she obtained in 2011. She has set up her own referral veterinary ophthalmology business, Eye Vet (www.eyevet.ie), in Limerick, Ireland.

Equine Radiography
Dr Renate Weller Dr Med.Vet, PhD, MRCVS, FHEA

Renate heads the large animal diagnostic imaging service at the Royal Veterinary College in London. She and her team provide a referral level service in all imaging modalities, including radiography, scintigraphy, ultrasonography, computed tomography and low and high-field magnetic resonance imaging. She has authored over 60 peer-reviewed articles and has written eight book chapters in her field of expertise. She is a well-sought after speaker at national and international meetings and is known for her informative, but also very entertaining lectures.

She splits her time between clinical work, teaching and research and likes to go horse riding and taking her dogs to agility in her spare time. She is always happy to discuss diagnostic imaging cases and welcomes referrals for imaging or just case reading

Equine Dermatology
Mrs Sue Paterson M.A. Vet.M.B. D.V.D. Dip.E.C.V.D. MRCVS

Sue is one of the Veterinary Directors of Rutland House Veterinary Hospital Group in St Helens, UK. She is Head of the Dermatology Department which is one of the busiest in private practice in Europe. Sue is a European and British Board Certified Veterinary Dermatologist. Her dermatology residency was undertaken at the Animal Health Trust in Newmarket. She has written or co-authored seven text books, contributed numerous chapters to both small animal and equine texts, as well as peer reviewed articles and papers in the lay press. Areas of special interest in equine dermatology include equine allergy and recurrent urticaria. She has lectured all over the world including the United States and most of Europe. She was an invited speaker at the World Congress of Veterinary Dermatology (WCVD) in Hong Kong in 2008, presented equines studies on urticaria at the WCVD in Vancouver in 2012, as well as presenting workshops more recently in Holland and Sweden.

 

Dog CPR

Small animal intensive care and Dog CPR are written by a team of specialist veterinarians from the Vets Now network. With 52 clinics and two hospitals covering the UK, Vets Now provide out of hours cover and referral services to more small animal practices than anyone else in Britain.

Edited by:
Andrew J Brown MA VetMB DipACVECC MRCVS

Authors:
Amanda Boag MA VetMB DipACVECC DipACVIM FHEA MRCVS
Andrew J Brown MA VetMB DipACVECC MRCVS
Richard Coe MA VetMB CertSAS DipECVS MRCVS
Ava Firth DVM MVS MACVSc DACVECC MRCVS
Shailen Jasani MA VetMB DipACVECC MRCVS
Yvonne McGrotty BVMS CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS
Jenny Walton BVM&S MRCVS

Medical Illustrations:
Yvonne McGrotty BVMS CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS

Photographs:
Amanda Boag MA VetMB DipACVECC DipACVIM FHEA MRCVS
Andrew J Brown MA VetMB DipACVECC MRCVS
Richard Coe MA VetMB CertSAS DipECVS MRCVS
Ava Firth DVM MVS MACVSc DACVECC MRCVS
Shailen Jasani MA VetMB DipACVECC MRCVS
Amy Koenigshof DVM DipACVECC
Yvonne McGrotty BVMS CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS
Jenny Walton BVM&S MRCVS
Liz Welsh PhD BVMS CertVA CertSAS MRCVS