A Tribute to Nick Short

It is with extreme sadness that we share the news that one of WikiVet’s founders, Nick Short, has passed away.

Nick was the driving force behind WikiVet and all that it stood for, and it is thanks to his vision, innovative approach and tireless enthusiasm and belief, that WikiVet is available as a free resource to veterinary professionals around the world today. Nick’s dedication and passion for veterinary education were truly inspirational and his very many friends, colleagues and students across the world have lost a true gem. He was an exceptional human being: gentle, good-natured, charming, generous and kind: he has left many legacies which will ensure that he will be remembered for many years.

Our thoughts are with his friends and family at this heartbreaking time. A book of remembrance has been set up for anyone that would like to leave a message of condolence for Nick and his family have asked that anyone who wishes to do so make a donation to BipolarUK, a charity that was close to Nick’s heart.

Lectures

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Lectures

VetPrep Lectures
VetPrep

These recordings have been generously donated by VetPrep, the leading provider OF NAVLE Assessment Tools.

  1. Canine Intestinal Obstructions
  2. Caprine Caseous Lymphadenitis
  3. Equine_Streptococcus equi
  4. Feline Herpesvirus - 1
  5. Porcine Reproductive And Respiratory Syndrome

e-Lectures

These talks are intended to provide a short overview of key topics in the curriculum. They are about 10 minutes long to make them easy to watch and come with a printable fact sheet. More to follow!

  1. Canine Diabetes - Dr Stijn Niessen (RVC)


Histology PowerPoint Tutorials

This category contains PowerPoints that were originally created to complement histology teaching at the Royal Veterinary College, UK by John Bredl. They have since been repurposed and converted into a Flash format for WikiVet.

Each tutorial consists of a series of histological images with annotations, and also feature questions and answers.