Former RSPCA council trustee Chris Laurence brands BBC TV investigation – on which he appeared to discuss his concerns regarding how the charity was governed – as “excessively negative and biased”.6 mins
Somerset-based Arturas Zukauskas blames poor English for failure to respond to RCVS communications, an action the disciplinary committee says shows a “disregard” for his obligations.
Brand manager for Boehringer raises more than £300 for Send A Cow by completing an aquatic challenge that saw him swim 14km in the River Thames.
In the Animal Health Trust's 75th anniversary year, representatives take part in the RideLondon-Surrey 100 cycle challenge to help raise £75,000 towards life-saving kit.
With Government CVO Nigel Gibbens CBE planning to retire from his “circa £120,000” per annum role in February, the search is now on for his replacement.
European veterinary specialist in large animal surgery Paul René van Weeren believes advanced computer technology should play greater role, as the traditional method is subjective.
Supporting Evidence Based Interventions initiative aims to become “go to” organisation for evaluation of novel veterinary technologies and livestock improvement interventions in Africa.
Sussex veterinary group Coastway lends support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender charities amid 300,000 people by taking part in the Brighton Pride parade.
Ten delegates were given the platinum experience by the Vet Dynamics team during a five-day business accelerator event on the Indonesian island of Bali.
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David Rendle and Harry Carslake discuss methods of diagnosing horses with this condition, assessing the positives and challenges of each one.69 mins
Funding a veterinary degree can be a struggle for many students, so getting a little extra financial help can make a real difference. University of Bristol undergraduate Sophie Milligan stepped into the Examination Room to explain how an MSD bursary is helping her studies and enhancing her career prospects.
Jenny Moffett discusses approaches on what to do when confronted with irate or disruptive clients in the practice.
Ellen Lavender reflects on the case of an injured lurcher to discuss the challenge of treating stray or lost animals – and how financial considerations play a part in decision-making.
“Dinosaurs like me should take comfort in the realisation today’s young are far less likely to be influenced by the egos of news presenters, because they seek information from a far wider range of digital sources.”
Peter Edmondson looks at various factors to take into consideration when adopting this technology in the dairy environment.
Hany Elsheikha considers the most economically important endoparasitic worm species in cattle and management options.
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RVN Helen Tottey uses her experiences with a new pet to think about the owner view of practice, and why veterinary nurses should listen to what she has come to realise...33 mins
An RVN now in the medical profession, Helen Ballantyne discusses a topic rarely spotlighted. But, thanks to VN Futures, this is likely to change...
RVN Emma Gerrard looks at the latest research into this parasite and how vet nurses can help owners avoid their pets picking it up.
With recumbent patients regularly appearing in practice, RVN Louise O'Dwyer discusses the best action for VNs tasked with managing such cases.
RVN Alexandra Taylor reports from the nursing stream of 2017’s International Society of Feline Medicine World Feline Congress.
In a new and exclusive International Cat Care column for VN Times, VNs with an interest in all things feline offer their views on cat topics. Kicking off is RVN Carly Rideout, on brachycephaly.
VN Times editor Rebecca Hubbard, in the latest of our “tricks of the trade” series, talks to an RVN passionate about all the things this technique can do...
In the second of a two-part article, RVN Shakira Miles and vet Samantha Barley look at how VNs and other veterinary staff can help report suspected cases of dog fighting.