Two Consensus Statements were published in the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 2019, representing evidence-based white papers on best practice in diagnosing IMHA in dogs and cats, and treating IMHA in dogs. Many VCCIS' board members contributed to at least one of these publications which each represented thousands of hours of effort by a larger collective team of experts who sourced, critically reviewed, and analyzed hundreds of papers in the preparation of the Consensus Statements. Results of these publications, in part or whole, were presented at the ACVIM Forums in 2018 and 2019; the American College of Veterinary Clinical Pathology Conference in 2018; and the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Congress in 2019.
Garden, OA*, Kidd, L*, Mexas, AM, Chang, YM, Jeffery, U, Blois, S, Fogle, JE, MacNeill, AL, Lubas, G, Birkenheuer, A, Buoncompagni, S, Dandrieux, JRS, Di Loria, A, Fellman, C, Glanemann, B, Goggs, R, Granick, J, LeVine, D, Sharp, CR, Smith-Carr, S, Swann, JW and Szladovits, B (2019) ACVIM consensus statement on the diagnosis of immune-mediated hemolytic anemia in dogs and cats. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 33(2): 313-334 (*Dual first authorship)
Among one of the top cited papers in Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine for articles published between 2019 and 2020 from Clarivate Analytics.
Swann, JW*, Garden, OA*, Fellman, CL, Glanemann, B, Goggs, R, LeVine, DN, Mackin, AJ and Whitley, NT (2019) ACVIM consensus statement on the treatment of immune-mediated hemolytic anemia in dogs. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 33(3): 1141-1172 (*Dual first authorship)