Carpool Cases

Carpool Cases, created especially for students, are informal online sessions where we bring together veterinary professionals with our host BVA President James Russell to have an open conversation about a chosen topic.

Since the first session in May 2020, we’ve been working with The Association of Veterinary Students (AVS), Farm Animal Veterinary Society (FAVS) and a wide group of speakers to discuss facts, clinical cases and scenarios, giving you the chance to join the conversation and ask anything you like. No two sessions are ever the same but what’s important is that no question is ever a silly question.

Recordings of previous sessions can be viewed via the links below. EMS certificate templates are available for most sessions in 2021.

The next series is now available to book, select the session below to register. More sessions will be launched soon. 

Inclusive Cultures - Setting the tone with Daniella Dos Santos and Calum McIntyre

Tuesday 12 October, 6:30pm 

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How exotic are exotics? When the unusual become usual in practice with John Chitty

Tuesday 19 October, 6:30pm 

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Falling down the rabbit hole: Taking a good history and not getting led astray with Robin Hargreaves

Tuesday 2 November, 6:30pm

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Help, it's a hedgehog! with Justine Shotton

Tuesday 9 November, 6:30pm 

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Calm under pressure - dealing with emergencies in small animal practice with Tobais Grave

Tuesday 16 November, 6.30pm

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Ethics of breeding with Daniella Dos Santos

Tuesday 23 November, 6.30pm

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Lameness, it’s always elbows and cruciate with Alex Davies

Tuesday 30 November, 6.30pm

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Please note, comments and opinions discussed in Carpool Cases from speakers or attendees do not necessarily reflect the views of BVA.