Chanticleer casts a weather eye over more areas of discussion within the veterinary sector.20 mins
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.
David Beeston reflects on some challenging cases, which have reminded him of how much he still has to learn.
APHA shares scientific presentation extracts from the one-day Diseases of Wildlife Scheme conference.
Penny Barker highlights the importance of anyone experiencing burnout or needing a break taking a step back and reclaiming time for themselves.30 mins
Alistair Cliff, clinical board chairman at Independent Vetcare, steps into the Examination Room to discuss his career and interests.
Alan Holford discusses the emotions he experienced when his mum became ill – and why owners sometimes misinterpret veterinary professionalism in difficult consultations for detachment.
Yaiza Forcada and Stijn Niessen use research data and real world examples to assess how telemedicine can give a direct line to specialists.
Mark Stevens discusses employer considerations around how to deal with these situations in practice.
In his latest Practice Makes Perfect column, David Beeston covers one of the biggest issues facing veterinary and medical health care professionals – making mistakes.
In the latest in a series of Veterinary Times Choices career case studies, Tim Potter outlines his career moves and how he became interested in veterinary research, offering advice to vets thinking of doing the same.
Paul Burr, Rachel Dean and Tim Shearman – in light of the looming decision to leave the EU in March – discuss the potential impact on movement of pets.27 mins
“Today’s graduates have the disadvantage of having to fit into the matrix we created within what largely remains as a hierarchical profession. Tomorrow’s graduates will want to change things in ways millennials are more likely to accept.”