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Nick Marsh draws one conclusion from the estimated 60,000 consultations during his career – he still has so much to learn. And it's a thought both wonderful and terrifying.13 mins
RVN Jane Davidson dissects some of the myths that surround the dreaded multiple choice question exams (MCQs), which are commonly used for veterinary nurse exams.
Fresh out of vet school, Jordan Sinclair questions why such a big emphasis is put on fees incurred during degrees rather than the real challenge – staying afloat.
Miele Professional shares how you can control the risk of infection in your practice with a commercial laundry system.
Phil Cramp, partner at Hambleton Equine Clinic, discusses the benefits of Hyonate® in equine synovial disease.
Nick Marsh welcomes the trend towards greater specialism in veterinary medicine, but champions the importance (and hard work) of "jack of all trades" general practitioners.
Jane Davidson outlines why, if you're a training practice committed to CPD, you need updated contracts in place, so all parties know what they're undertaking – including the financial costs and timescales.
In the third of his posts marking Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month, Gerardo Poli notes how composure, empathy and good communication skills go hand in hand when dealing with angry pet owners.
Scientists at Ghent University have made an important development in the field of assisted reproduction in the horse by creating a test tube foal from a vitrified immature oocyte.
Shona McIntyre explains the reasons behind her decision to join the RCVS' support network for recent graduates by becoming a PDP postgraduate dean.
ROYAL CANIN®’s dermatology range now offers a diet for every stage of your nutritional management of cats and dogs with dermatosis.
Nick Marsh delves into the tricky subject of euthanasia and asks, if his patients have the right to die without suffering, why don’t we?