Laura Muir, veterinary student and double European Athletics Indoor Champion, steps into the Examination Room for a chat with Holly Kernot.10 mins
Alex Draper discusses International Women's Day – and her own efforts to find a female first opinion equine vet role model.
Kate Parkinson recounts her experience of observing these African animals as they move north to follow the annual rainfall.
Charissa Lee and Natalie Webster run through the basics of using diagnostic software, including fields of view and reconstruction filters.
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Chanticleer looks at issues of trust, relationships and corporate culture.
Fitzpatrick Referrals neurology team offers advice and shares knowledge on various topics in their field of expertise.20 mins
Mike Scanlan, Roz Collings, Lizzie Lockett and Anthony Chadwick recount the experiences of vet practice staff who took part in an online course aimed at helping their coping strategy.
Martijn 'T Hoen looks at the susceptibility of these species to TB, along with symptoms and options for diagnostic testing.
Jack Reece discusses the importance of student vets gaining job experience and how some colleges fail to prepare them.
Courtesy of Merial Animal Health, through a clinical case study competition, I won a trip … more
David Beeston advises students on getting the most out of their final year and to set their own guidelines for good mental health.
Roger Evans attempts to look at the badger culling debate – from both sides of the argument.
Mat Hennessey talks to prominent members of the profession who provide advice and experiences that may help others.
Tim Greet details the Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad’s work to better welfare and education in developing countries.
Parasitologist Ian Wright, head of ESCCAP UK & Ireland, discusses human toxocarosis, its control and the role of cats in its transmission.26 mins
Join the RVC’s feline endocrinology experts Stijn Niessen and Yaiza Forcada on a journey through the facts and myths of cats and their hormones in this webinar series.
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.
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.