Benjamin Kennedy reports on the British Bee Veterinary Association’s autumn meeting, which looked into the composition of honey that contributes to its antimicrobial use.15 mins
Tony Andrews in response to an article by Speculum author Bob Michell, investigates the final resting place of a famous equine.
Glen Cousquer summarises proceedings from the first International Conference on Human Behaviour Change for Animal Welfare.
Chanticleer runs the rule over more issues affecting life and the veterinary profession.
Hannah Capon in part one of this article, discusses how to engage with owners in such cases.
Vicki Nicholls recounts the heartfelt tale of when she had to say goodbye to her dog as an owner, rather than as a veterinarian.
Ellen Lavender discusses how vet school doesn't prepare you for every eventuality you'll encounter in practice.
Tara Zilic reports on the annual Equine SkiPD course, where attendees can share information about running their practices in between hitting the ski slopes.
Chanticleer casts a weather eye over some more topics – global as well as veterinary.
A vet of 10 years describes what she learned from her experiences of depression, in a thought-provoking article.26 mins
Keith Warner reports on Defra’s prevention measures and advice following bird flu outbreaks.
Hany Elsheikha and Alexander Beech describe an investigation of suspected parasitic infestation in a private fishery and approaches to gathering findings.
"Trust is the basis for all dealings between people and animals, it takes forever to build it and nanoseconds to lose it." Chanticleer with his first column of 2017.
Rod Wood shares how he was inspired to tackle mental illness by accomplishing his target of scaling Africa’s highest peak – and how it has transformed his life.
Clinical reasoning skills form the cornerstone of vets' daily diagnostic and treatment decisions. Jill Maddison discusses how those decisions can be enhanced.
As chief executive of the UK’s fourth largest veterinary group, Medivet's Arnold Levy is a difficult man to pin down. But it’s not every day the Veterinary Times comes calling and, when offered the chance, Dr Levy found time to step into the Examination Room.13 mins
Janey Lowes continuing on from the charity’s set-up and its catch, neuter, vaccinate, release plan, this final article looks at why learning is key.
Alex Gough looks a more of the latest findings in veterinary medicine in December's Research Review.
Danny Chambers shares his beliefs, arguments and reasoning against using homeopathic remedies in the veterinary profession in an opinion piece for Veterinary Times.