American Association of Feline Practitioners

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AAFP Podcast

All Cats Considered

All Cats Considered is a new podcast from the American Association of Feline Practitioners for AAFP members. This podcast takes a deep-dive into many feline health and wellbeing topics. With interviews from veterinary professionals from around the world, All Cats Considered will cover a wide range of topics and recent developments sharing the key points you need to know to improve your patient’s care.

All Things Considered PodcastAAFP members receive exclusive access to the inaugural season of this podcast. There are several ways to access our first season.

  1. Click the title of each episode listed below to be directed to the episode’s webpage with additional information and links. Once there, you can press play and listen to the episode!
  2. Add the podcast to your podcast player of choice (Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, etc.) on your mobile phone or laptop. Click here to follow instructions on how to add the season to your player. Once you do so, you will automatically receive new episodes as they are released throughout the year.

New episodes of the podcast will be released on a monthly basis. Be sure to check back frequently as new episodes release for additional information and materials that are referenced in the episodes!

2023 Season Episode Directory

Episode 101Dr. Duncan Lascelles on Feline Pain Management and Research

In our inaugural episode, we invite you to listen in as Margie Scherk, DVM, DABVP (Feline) and B. Duncan Lascelles, DVM, Professor of Translational Pain Research and Surgery, North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine have an engaging conversation surrounding how he got interested in feline pain management, degenerative joint disease, and how he started researching and measuring movement in cats.

Episode 102Dr. Julie K. Byron on Utereal Obstructions and Treatment Approaches

In this episode, we invite you to listen in as Ashley Saffire, DVM, DABVP (Feline) and Julie Byron, DVM, MS, DACVIM, Clinical Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine at Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, have an informative conversation about ureteral obstructions in cats and what to do when you encounter them in general practice.

Episode 103Dr. Elizabeth Colleran on Creating Better Team Environments

In this episode, we invite you to listen in as Cathy Lund, DVM and Elizabeth Colleran, DVM, MS, DABVP (Feline) have an enlightening conversation about the current struggles in the veterinary team environment and how the principles of the Cat Friendly Practice® program and Cat Friendly Certificate program can help refocus and re-energize teams to deliver compassionate care.

Episode 104JFMS Clincal Spotlight: Dr. Katrin Jahn on Feline Stress Management During Air Travel

Our first episode in our JFMS Clinical Spotlight Series, Katrin Jahn, DrMedVet, CertVA, MANZCVS(Veterinary Behavior), MRCVS joins Nathalie Dowgray, Head of ISFM, to discuss her recent article, Feline Stress Management During Air Travel: A Multimodal Approach, touching upon the challenges of air travel, aspects that factor into a cat's "fitness to travel," and considerations for which medications to utilize for air travel.

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