Anthony Andrews BVetMed, PhD, DipECBHM, DipECSRHM, FBIAC, MRCVS concludes his two-part article (part one VT50.41) exploring the influence the world’s greatest fictional veterinary surgeon has had on the profession.28 mins
Dave Beeston BVetMed(Hons), PGDip(VCP), MRCVS closes his ECC Endeavours account for 2020, this time looking at patience.26 mins
David Harwood BVetMed, FRCVS summarises the Goat Veterinary Society autumn meeting, which was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Internal medicine specialists at Davies Veterinary Specialists perform emergency treatment on Bella the Labrador retriever after she swallowed open safety pin.
Angie Lloyd-Jones DCR, DMU, concludes this two-part series by discussing the benefits of having a specialist in this field within the practice team, as well as the need for competency as part of undergraduate training and her dream of seeing more people in the role within veterinary workforces.
In the first of a two-part article, sonographer Angie Lloyd-Jones DCR, DMU, explains how she got into this field and the adaptations she faced when making the move from human to veterinary medicine.
Chanticleer casts a weather eye over more topics in his final 2020 column.
Roger Evans closes his Vet Times Dairy Diary for 2020 with a glance at more topics affecting farms.
Colin Capner BVetMed, CertVA, CertLAS, BSc, MRCVS, discusses the impact of this highly stigmatised condition in the veterinary profession, and practical advice for both positive vets and pet owners.27 mins
In his latest ECC Endeavours, Dave Beeston, BVetMed(Hons), PGDip(VCP), MRCVS reflects on the challenges and triumphs of the past few weeks.
Anthony Andrews, BVetMed, PhD, DipECBHM, DipECSRHM, FBIAC, MRCVS, in the first of a two-part article, looks at the influence the world's greatest fictional vet has had on the profession.
Nat Scroggie looks back over the past six months as she signs off - at least for now - from My COVID Diaries.9 mins
With the number of positive cases rising, Olivia Howard, BVM, BVS, MRCVS, uses her own experiences of this issue to offer advice to her veterinary peers.
Nat Scroggie describes her joy at taking part in a triathlon - her first organised event since lockdown began.
It may have first aired 23 years before her birth, but the revival of All Creatures Great and Small has led Nat Scroggie to question whether it still influenced her career.
Dave Beeston reflects on his first month as a resident in the next of his rebranded series, ECC Endeavours.
Chanticleer discusses the "complex knot of uncertainties" that the COVID-19 issue has created in his latest column.
As she nears the end of her tenure as BVA president, Daniella Dos Santos looks back at the profession’s response to the pandemic and discusses future challenges.
In her latest piece, Nat Scroggie recalls some valuable words from then-RCVS president (and former Vet Times columnist) Bradley Viner that still ring true…
First-year veterinary student and blogger Charlie Jackson discusses how veterinary surgeons are perceived by clients and how often this can be fuelled by media misconceptions.