In his second Grad Expectations, David Beeston discusses the limbo between finals and starting a job.18 mins
Chanticleer sings from the rooftops on more subjects from or affecting the veterinary sector.
David Beeston presents the first in the series of his Grad Expectations columns, with advice for students in the final stages of veterinary school.
Running the rule over the latest veterinary studies, Alex Gough presents another Research Review in Veterinary Times.
Closer to our pets – Professor of Zoonosis, Bruno Chomel, discusses the ever increasing risks that pets pose on human health.
Emily Simcock ponders when we ever formally reflect on our technical or communication skills with another veterinary colleague after graduation?20 mins
Jonathan Pycock discusses why practitioners who work with competition horses should keep up to date with relevant regulations.
John E Cooper and Margaret E Cooper report on a workshop session held for members of the Cambridge University Veterinary Zoological Society.
Liz Barton discusses finding a positive attitude to countering the profession’s well-being problems, with resources to help.
Roger Evans discusses seasonal difficulties on his farm in the latest Dairy Diary.
Tim Greet celebrates the 90th birthday of Peter Rossdale, Rossdales Equine Hospital founder, with a look back on his career.
Chanticleer sings from the rooftops on another subject in the veterinary field.
Hannah Capon summarises the various topics covered during this Association of Veterinary Anaesthetists gathering in Manchester.
Colin Mitchell explains an initiative adopted by the clinic he works in that promotes good mental health among veterinary staff.
David Beeston muses about why this is considered a taboo subject and what veterinary students can do to overcome stress.25 mins
How can we manage our time to work more effectively? Here are 15 tips to help you stay sane.
Funding a veterinary degree can be a struggle for many students, so getting a little extra financial help can make a real difference. University of Bristol undergraduate Sophie Milligan stepped into the Examination Room to explain how an MSD bursary is helping her studies and enhancing her career prospects.
Jenny Moffett discusses approaches on what to do when confronted with irate or disruptive clients in the practice.
“Dinosaurs like me should take comfort in the realisation today’s young are far less likely to be influenced by the egos of news presenters, because they seek information from a far wider range of digital sources.”
Jeremy Campbell describes his personal experience of setting up his own practice and the lessons he learned along the way.