In her latest diary, Nat Scoggie explains how what she knows about triage has stood her in good stead in other aspects of lockdown life.10 mins
Inspired by HG Wells, Nick Marsh looks at the “humblest things” upon the Earth, but says labelling the tiny troublemakers “good“ and “bad” may be too simplistic.
To conclude his series on leadership strategies during the COVID–19 pandemic, Gerardo Poli discusses the need for sticking to a daily routine, and taking care of yourself and others.
Nat Scroggie presents the fifth part of her diaries in the lockdown.
Reflecting on her research postgraduate status, JaneRVN compares her experiences from university the first time round with being a mature member today.
The first job in practice can present various challenges and levels of change. But, as David Charles explains, you are not alone in tackling them – so use your networks of family, friends, peers and colleagues; and plan some “great escapes”.
Gerardo Poli continues his series on leadership strategies during the coronavirus pandemic by discussing the need to highlight greatness.
Without even knowing it, pets are helping us through some potentially isolating and scary times. Eleanor Goad explains why we need to return that kindness…
As the pandemic rages on, Jordan Sinclair explains why now is definitely not the time for people to consider taking on a new puppy.
Nat turns her attention to running in the fourth of her series of COVID-19 diaries.
What you do matters – as Gerardo Poli discusses in the latest part of his series into performance and leadership strategies for navigating the coronavirus pandemic.
In her latest column for Vet Times, Nat Scroggie explains how she has found the sketchbook and pencils again during lockdown.
Nat discusses fear being a companion in the second of her new series of diaries during COVID-19.
Six months in to her PhD studying the origins of veterinary medicine, Jane Davidson provides an update on her findings to date – including confusion over separating the work of two organisations.
Having launched this five-part series by discussing the power of choice, Gerardo Poli explains how picking yourself – and others – up is a vital skill for navigating the coronavirus pandemic.
While she loves the profession's normal-world community feel, an exhausted Jordan Sinclair confesses keeping the plates spinning in a relentless COVID-19 veterinary workplace is leaving her resentful, drained, guilty and angry…
Working from home was something Nick Marsh had always considered a luxury, but, after close to a month in lockdown, he realises it’s not quite what he thought it would be.
In the first of a five-part series, Gerardo Poli shares the performance and leadership strategies he has used during the coronavirus pandemic – starting with the power of choice.
While she waits for somebody to switch the world back on again, student Eleanor Goad offers her thoughts on beating the lockdown blues and remaining positive in these exceptional times.
Never assume, because when you ASSUME, you make an ASS out of U and ME. You also run the risk of compromising the welfare of any animal in your charge, as Jane Davidson explains.