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Nottingham Colic
Researchers based at the University of Nottingham developing resources for horse owners, Vets and practice support teams to help identify signs of colic quicker
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The British Horse Society Oct 24
As the temperature starts to drop you may want to change your horses to their winter routine. It’s important to do this gradually as sudden stabling can increase the risk of impaction colic in horses. Find out how reduce the risk of colic:
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Nottingham Colic Oct 15
Great support from for new colic survey and research. Thank you to everyone who has participated so far and please continue to share!
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Nottingham Colic Oct 11
Fantastic work! Well done to all involved 😀👍
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Nottingham Colic Oct 9
Great stuff! 😀👍
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Lizzie Lockett Oct 5
Results are in! Delighted the winner of our inaugural Fellows of the Future competition is Robert Hyde from with his AMR research. Special commendation to Louise Scanlon, also from Nottingham, with work on homeless people & their dogs
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Nottingham Colic Oct 5
Well done member - Fantastic work! 😀
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Nottingham Colic Oct 5
Well done member Louise! Great stuff 😀
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Andie Vilela Oct 5
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SaddleResearchTrust Sep 3
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Nottingham Colic Oct 5
Please could you help us reach horse owners across the country?! We want to hear their thoughts on colic - please share our new survey if possible 😀Thank you!!
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Nottingham Colic Oct 4
A MASSIVE thank you to all of the horse owners who have completed or shared our survey so far - your support has been amazing! Please keep up the good work and spread the word!
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Nottingham Colic Oct 4
Well done! A great team who supported team member Katie throughout her undergraduate degree! 👍😀
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Andie Vilela Oct 2
Horse owner update...Please RT...The new compulsory microchipping law comes into force today. Equine owners will have 2 years to comply - More details in our report from earlier in the year -
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Nottingham Colic Oct 4
Big thank you to for this brilliant article on PhD student Katie's work 😆👍
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Nottingham Colic Oct 4
Thank you so much!
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Nottingham Colic Oct 4
Replying to @OnswitchLtd
Thank you! 😀
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Nottingham Colic Oct 4
Horse owners we need your help! We want to hear about YOUR experiences of colic and views on emergency planning. Your help is essential and will enable us to better understand the full impact of colic on both horse & owner. Please complete our new survey -
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Rachel Dean Sep 13
Well within 5mins of arriving and you bump into a friend Poli talking
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Rachel Dean Sep 13
Katie now on abstract no2 talking telephone triage of colic big variation in advice given to owners of hoses. Shows how important including the whole clinical team is when managing disease regardless of species
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Rachel Dean Sep 13
And now lovely Katie talking about owner awareness of the REACT campaign and how hard it is to translate knowledge into the real world Great to see our young researchers shine
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