Having settled into his RVC Queen Mother Hospital for Animals internship, in this, the final of a two-part article, Dave Beeston recalls his first month as an intern.27 mins
Ffion Lloyd delves into the archives to explain the inception of this area of medicine.
RCVS Knowledge is back with another significant event audit in practice. QI Vets is a fictional team, but based on true stories from UK practices, created by RCVS Knowledge’s Case Example Working Party to help veterinary teams apply quality improvement to real situations.
Chanticleer discusses the decline in vaccination rates – both in veterinary and human medicine – and why action is needed to reverse the trend.17 mins
John Dawson recalls the 34th scientific meeting of the Association of Embryo Technology in Europe, held in Nantes, France, in 2018.
Having embarked on an RVC Queen Mother Hospital for Animals internship, Dave Beeston shares the highs and lows from his initial weeks – the déjà vu, the self-doubt and the determination to succeed.
RVN Elle Marie Payne feels a huge stigma exists around this topic, as well as a lack of awareness regarding what people can do to get help. With this in mind, she conducted a survey among veterinary professionals to gauge others' opinions – the results of which she discusses here.25 mins
Immigration Advice Service political correspondent Olivia Bridge explains how post-Brexit immigration rules will impact the agricultural sector, as well as the veterinary workforce and animal welfare as a whole.
In a break from the traditional CPD event report, vet Charlotte Frost presents her experiences in Austria in a format familiar to equine veterinarians.
Mike Davies, referencing research, old and new, looks at the latest findings on this common complaint in companion animals.
As regular Veterinary Times contributor Dave Beeston takes the next step on his career path as an intern at the RVC, he reflects on what he learned during his time as a locum and hopes he can carry those lessons forward into his new role.
Chanticleer delves into the world of tech, and its usage in – and potential implications for – the veterinary profession in the latest column for Veterinary Times.
John E Cooper and Margaret E Cooper provide an overview of proceedings from a workshop held in Kenya.36 mins
Dave Beeston writes about some paraclinical and non-veterinary-specific adventures that have made him more self-aware…
Some people take an extremely circuitous route to the veterinary sector – and one such person is The Webinar Vet chairman Rob Noble. A trained electronics engineer with experience working for NASA, Rob has had a fascinating working life – so we asked him into the Examination Room to tell Veterinary Times readers about it…
Vet Albane Fauron has thought a lot about the formative years of her veterinary career path in the hope of helping the next generation. Among the reflections she wants to share with others: go the extra mile, keep an open mind, don’t undersell yourself and stay the right side of the fine line…
Peter Kukadia looks at dealing with client expectations, queries and complaints related to diagnosing and treating skin disorders.44 mins
The reasons vets come into the profession are often the same – a love of animals and a concern for their welfare – and Jenny Duncan is no different. Once qualified, however, the number of career options are many and varied – as illustrated by the University of Liverpool senior lecturer in livestock health and welfare. We asked Jenny to step into the Examination Room to find out more…
Adam Bernstein delves into the legal issues for employers looking to engage his or her very first worker – from advertising the role to liability insurance.
Freelance writer Simon Toye, who is married to a vet practising in the east midlands, shares his thoughts on the profession as an “outsider” and urges it to take a "looking glass to itself".