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We have the following vacancy available:
Editor-in-chief part-time voluntary position
Do you have a passion for evidence-based veterinary medicine and engaging with the veterinary community? RCVS Knowledge is inviting applications for the position of Editor-in-chief for its open access journal, Veterinary Evidence.
Veterinary Evidence is an online, peer-reviewed journal, which is owned and published by RCVS Knowledge. It provides vets, vet nurses and paraprofessionals in the international veterinary community with easy access to the evidence to help reinforce or inform decision making. It achieves this by publishing content relating to evidence-based veterinary medicine and its application in veterinary practice to enhance the quality of care provided to patients.
The Editor-in-chief will work alongside the editorial office to establish and promote Veterinary Evidence as a high-quality, peer-reviewed journal. They will be responsible for its editorial strategy and for the content of the journal, and will possess a clear vision for achieving the overall aim of making the journal a go-to resource for evidence-based veterinary medicine.
Download the full job description, application details and information pack from the ‘Related documents’ box below.
Please email your application to the Managing Editor, Bridget Sheppard: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: Midnight, 8 June 2020
Interviews: 22 - 26 June 2020
Clinical Lead for the National Audit for Post-operative Outcomes, part-time, voluntary position
Do you have a passion for evidence-based veterinary medicine and engaging with the veterinary community? RCVS Knowledge is inviting applications for the position of Clinical Lead for the National audit for Post-operative Outcomes (NAPO).
The platform will allow clinical audit and benchmarking to take place on a national scale. The aim of this project is to create evidence-based insights into which interventions and techniques provide the best outcomes. Veterinary professionals will be able to make comparisons with anonymised data within the audit.
This project forms part of RCVS Knowledge’s Quality Improvement Campaign which supports practice teams to embed continuous quality improvement (QI) techniques for a structured and evidence-based approach to animal care. Its purpose is to engage the wider veterinary community in the concepts and delivery of quality improvement, to drive a cultural change that is open to the prospect of analysis, change, and ultimately, improvement. NAPO will join other free to use, anonymised auditing tools provided by RCVS Knowledge including the Canine Cruciate Registry and the National Antibiotic Audit.
The Clinical Lead will be an enthusiastic individual who will develop, inspire, and motivate colleagues, veterinary teams, and organisations, to work collaboratively towards a common goal – playing a pivotal role and directly influencing continuous improvements in patient care.
This is a voluntary position and the successful candidate will be required to commit approximately two days per month to the role.
Download the full job description and application details from the ‘Related documents’ box below.
Please email your application to the Head of Quality Improvement, Ashley Doorly: email@example.com
Closing date: Midnight, 13th July 2020