His first day as a veterinary surgeon may have been under his belt, but David Beeston still has the rest of the working week to go yet.29 mins
Stefania Scarabelli looks at the regulations for analgesic and anaesthetic drug use in food-producing animals in the UK.
Rory Thomson uses a case study to discuss why the sources and susceptibility of bacteria in this species require further research.
Peter Edmondson, in the third of a six-part series, reports on an Australian Veterinary Association conference session on mental health.
Chanticleer sings from the rooftops in his final Veterinary Times column of the year.
Sophie Mahendran stresses the importance of protecting cattle from disease entry and spread, and outlines methods of prevention.
Peter McParlin discusses fear of animals in humans, including strategies of overcoming it and comparisons with phobias in pets.
Neil A Forbes discusses infection control in veterinary practice and the steps to ensure expected standards are met.46 mins
Daniel Parker provides an overview of how he ended up in the poultry sector of veterinary practice and the misconception over what such a job role actually entails.
Ellen Lavender on finding the balance between one's confidence and one's competences and their limits.
Sarah Keir evaluates a course at The University of Nottingham that focuses on this topic and its place in veterinary medicine
Abi Collinson provides an overview and review of a vet training course at the Latin American Training Centre in Granada, Nicaragua.
Donal Murphy recaps on how this perscribing method works, citing practical examples, and explains the safe usage of ‘specials’.
Ronald Jones celebrates the career of Barbara Weaver, who received an honorary professorship on her 90th birthday.
Our Grad Expectations columnist Dave Beeston runs the rule over his first day as a veterinarian.
A three-month sabbatical became a permanent relocation when New Zealand vet Jonathan Bray accepted a full-time role at Fitzpatrick Referrals Oncology and Soft Tissue Hospital. Having unpacked and settled in, Dr Bray made another momentous move – by stepping into the Examination Room.
Cattle health and production specialist Sara Pedersen summarises an on-farm case study where a different approach to tackling digital dermatitis was successfully employed.
Glen Cousquer and Kenneth Boyd continue their series on this subject and consider normative theory in ethical decision-making.34 mins
Hannah Capon reports on her 100-mile walk to raise awareness of canine arthritis and a service available to help dog owners.
Henrietta Price, using previous cases, considers how practices should handle injured wild animals brought in by the public.