Professor Duncan Lascelles describes a new approach to managing canine osteoarthritis (OA) and introduces a new way to target canine OA pain.10 mins
Julian Earl continues his article (part 1 VT49.20) by describing how, despite returns to Hull to relieve pressure on his skull, cycling helped him choose not to give up.
Adam Bernstein takes a look at the process when dealing with a difficult staff member.
David Harwood outlines the proceedings of the Goat Veterinary Society’s autumn meeting.27 mins
Peter Lees, emeritus professor of veterinary pharmacology, was one of the RVC’s longest-serving academics before his retirement in 2010. He concludes the series on his time working at the college in the 1960s (part 1 in VT49.18), discussing colleagues and some of his research and lecturing experiences.
Julian Earl – in a three-part series – discusses how his cycling obsession helped him maintain a positive work-life balance.
David Beeston discusses implementation of morbidity and mortality conferences and the value of daily rounds in his latest column for Veterinary Times.
Peter Lees, emeritus professor of veterinary pharmacology, shares some of his experiences as a student and in his first years of employment in academia.
Kelly Brown shares some of the ways becoming a clinical coach has changed the way she thinks about her role as a veterinary surgeon.25 mins
Sarah Colegrave, vet at Mill House Veterinary Surgery and Hospital in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, discusses her career and how taking additional qualifications has helped in her development.
From a personal perspective, vet and practice owner Michael Watts, MVB, MSc, MRCVS reflects on the challenges of recruiting in rural Ulster.
Chanticleer casts a weather eye over more areas of discussion within the veterinary sector.
Gerhard Putter – one of only a few dental diplomates in the country – explains how he became a specialist veterinary surgeon.
Veterinary professional Kelly Freezer, head veterinary surgeon at Bright Side Vets in Swadlincote, Derbyshire, discusses her career.
Joy Howell recounts her role in a volunteering trip to Africa to help locals in their ongoing mission to eliminate this viral disease.
Alex Gough looks at some of the latest studies in the veterinary arena in his latest Research Review column.
Vet and director of Vet Dynamics Alan Robinson describes how understanding your frequency can help you play to your strengths, and develop a flexibility of style to improve communication.
Hayley Giles and William Woodley detail their experiences when visiting a charity-run facility on the island that treats and provides a home for strays.
Veterinary Management Group president Gillian Page, RVN, uses her experience of setting up a practice to explain – ahead of her “New to management” lecture at BSAVA Congress – how a well-managed workflow is vital for staff well-being and strong business performance.
Ahead of her BSAVA Congress lecture, Nicola Ackerman, RVN, discusses how nurses are best placed to lead these arrangements in practices and stresses why her peers’ skills should not be undervalued.