Camilla is a 2006 Copenhagen Veterinary College graduate, and I am used to Danish colleagues speaking fluent English. Even so I was particularly impressed by Camilla’s command over our language, but not surprising when she revealed in her CV that she grew up on an ostrich farm in Essex, with both parents being Danish.
We asked several people from our community if they could send us their tips on how they practice mental health in their workplaces. Below you can find practical ways to apply mental health and try to create a healthier environment with your colleagues.
Owen’s CV is interesting in that unlike many specialists he did a full nine years in practice, after graduating from Cambridge, before embarking on a residency at the RVC. With the qualifications listed above along with his lengthy spell in first opinion practice, he is very well qualified to speak on his topic with first opinion clinicians in mind. The webinar is an excellent comprehensive update on feline lymphoma including full details on the diagnosis and treatment, but with suggestions where compromises are possible to reduce costs.
Kieran Borgeat BSc BVSc MVetMed CertVC FHEA MRCVS DipACVIM DipECVIM-CA presents this webinar promising to make ECG’s easy, and delivers on the promise incredibly well! ECG interpretation can be really tricky, especially in the emergency situations that it’s often necessary.
Starting off our webinar this week, James McMurrough BVSc CertAVP(SAM) CertAVP(VC) MRCVS shows some startling statistics. 10% of dogs presenting to Veterinarians have heart disease, and of those a staggering 75% have mitral valve disease. A truly shocking 85% of small breeds have valve lesions by 13 years old
Hi everyone, my name is John Chitty, and I’m an exotics practitioner in Hampshire. I’ve been working with exotic species, including rabbits, for about just over 30 years now and I’ve been asked to give you my five top tips about rabbits.
This week’s VetChat episode is part of our series on supporting and empowering women in veterinary, hosted by Kathryn Bell. Joining Kathryn is Alexandra Taylor, registered Veterinary Nurse and BVNA President. Alexandra also runs her own company ‘The Cat Nurse’ where she offers CPD about feline nursing and behaviour
Recycling is by no means the perfect way to dispose of your waste, but it is a very easy place to begin if your practice is looking to reduce their waste being sent to landfill!
Yes, you heard it right I said snakes. So, I have been browsing the web and posting on my social media pages and it occurred to me just how many people handle snakes in the same way whether they are veterinary professionals or not and it gives me the shivers.
If you’re asking yourself this question, I’ll be sharing which Facebook pages are a must-follow if you’re a Vet. In no particular order, I’ll tell you about 5 Facebook pages, plus 5 bonus pages that will help you keep up to date with new veterinary content, content you can share with your clients and plenty of entertainment.
Being a veterinarian is to be in a place of privilege, there are very few jobs where when you tell people what you do, they say “aw, that’s lovely”. But that always happens in veterinary medicine and then you get asked about their scabby dog or cat.
If you want to take the plunge and volunteer abroad for the first time, that is fantastic and I encourage you to! But be warned, once you start, you will most likely catch the travel/volunteer bug!