- Webinar recorded on Thu 28th April, 2016
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Oh no the heart failure cat! What now? by Rachel James. Following four years in general practice, gaining her certificate in medicine, Rachel then completed a 3 year residency in Cardiology at Liverpool University. During which time she gained her certificate and then subsequently her Diploma in Veterinary Cardiology. In 2007 Rachel established the cardio-respiratory referral service at Nantwich Veterinary Hospital. In 2009 Rachel was awarded RCVS Specialist status in Veterinary Cardiology. From 2009-2013 Rachel worked at the University of Nottingham as an Associate Professor in Small Animal Medicine. Previously Rachel was the secretary of the European Society for Veterinary Cardiology and is the current supplements editor for the Journal of Small Animal Practice. Rachel frequently publishes research articles and presents both at national and international conferences. Rachel established JSVC (James Specialist Veterinary Cardiology); a specialist peripatetic cardiology service to practices in the Northwest. Rachel’s research interests include syncope in dogs, feline cardiomyopathies and management and treatment of heart failure in dogs and cats, a subject Rachel is very passionate about; improving quality of life and support for owners with patients in heart failure. Outside work she spends all her time with her young family, ponies and dogs.