Jill Maddison, director of professional development at the Royal Veterinary College, talks about career opportunities for vets in teaching.

Speaking at London Vet Show during November 2012 – where she coordinated the clinical programme in rooms 1, 2 and 3 – Jill discusses how most vets get into teaching in the first place, and talks about where you can go to get the right careers advice.

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