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Sally Everitt

InFocus Clinical Support Lead

Sally EverittSally qualified from Bristol University in 1981 and spent most of her working life in small animal practice, taking a particular interest in internal medicine and preventive healthcare. Throughout her time in practice she developed an interest in how the context in which we work affects the delivery of care to individual patients. This led Sally to undertake a Masters in Advanced Veterinary General Practice (University of Middlesex 2007) and a PhD into the factors affecting clinical decision making in the veterinary consultation (University of Nottingham 2011).

From September 2011 to April 2017 Sally worked as Head of Scientific Policy for the BSAVA providing support to the BSAVA Officers, volunteers, staff, and members, on a wide range of scientific and policy issues.

Sally has now returned to practice on a part time basis to allow time for writing and research.

She joined RCVS Knowledge in May2020 as InFocus Clinical Support Lead.

sally@rcvsknowledge.org

Declaration of interests

Directorships

None

Relevant financial interests, eg shareholdings, bonds and derivatives

None

Consultancies

None

Appointments to other bodies

BVA - Member of Policy Committee

BSAVA Petsavers - Chair Petsavers Project Board

RCVS - Ethics review panel - Member

Membership of other veterinary or allied organisations

None

Employment

RCVS Knowledge – 2020- InFocus Clinical Support Lead

Vine Tree Vets (IVC Evidencia) 2017 – 2020 (still doing occasional locums) Veterinary Surgeon 

BSAVA 2011-2017 – Head of Scientific Policy 

Qualifications (other than veterinary qualifications listed in the Register)

BVSc- Bristol, MSc(VetGP) – Middlesex. PhD Nottingham

Interests relating to immediate family or close friends

None

Other relevant information

Supervisor and examiner for BSAVA Masters in Clinical Veterinary Research

Chair InFocus Clinical review team