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To support European Antibiotic Awareness Day, BEVA has made available two informative lectures – presented by Lord Sandy Trees and John Marshall – from its 2017 congress.

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President-elect of BEVA Renate Weller recognised as a teaching fellow for her national and international contribution to education and pedagogy.

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Researcher Matthew Parker said: “It’s too soon to know for certain if selenium in the diet will help or even cure the condition, but the crib-biting horses we tested were deficient in selenium.”

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Two leading veterinary anaesthetists from the University of Glasgow School of Veterinary Medicine have headed south to join a specialist referral centre in Hampshire.

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MSD Animal Health’s academy development will be presented at London Vet Show to enable equine vets to build a strong preventive health care strategy.

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Nupsala Veterinary Services obtains rights to supply tissue processing product to veterinary practices using adipose-derived cells.

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A schoolgirl whose aspiration was to become a vet has realised her ambition and started work at the practice that provided her with her first work experience.

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“Typically, it’s very difficult to look inside the mouth of a dog while it’s chewing, but this robot allows us to assess products more rapidly than we’ve ever been able to in the past,” – Mars Petcare.

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Vote to reduce the term of service for council members from four years to three, as part of structural changes to help bring in “new blood”, confirmed.

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Examination Room Extra! Feline diabetes mellitus, pt 4: insulin and monitoring

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In the last of four Q&A videos on feline diabetes mellitus, Prof Stijn Niessen answers questions from Vet Times users on the topics of insulin and monitoring.

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Karen Walsh discusses studies into a variety of therapeutic options regarding canine and feline patients with this condition.

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Elisabetta Mancinelli presents the third part of a her series on spontaneous mammary tumours, this time focusing on hamsters and hedgehogs.

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Michael Head explores the use of advanced techniques for inseminating cows, focusing on a variety of available methods.

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Belinda Rose discusses the use of ovulatory induction agents and post-covering treatments in reducing early pregnancy loss in horses.

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Donal Murphy recaps on how this perscribing method works, citing practical examples, and explains the safe usage of ‘specials’.

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Peter Edmondson in the first of a six-part article series, shares his findings on how a veterinary surgeon way of life differs down under.

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Ronald Jones celebrates the career of Barbara Weaver, who received an honorary professorship on her 90th birthday.

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Louise O’Dwyer highlights the measures that need to be taken to prevent infection, both during and after catheterisation.

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Dan Skeldon highlights different management options VNs can help with and advise their clients on regarding degenerative joint disease in canine and feline pets.

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The end is nigh for Ruth Clooney-Power and her emergency and critical care certificate, financed by the VN Times bursary she won. You can do it, Ruth – you're so close!

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RVN Louise O'Dwyer takes a look at the therapy needed for – and the requirements of – critical pneumonia patients.

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RVN Sarah Nicholson spotlights a case that not only led to a unique treatment being undertaken, but a new pet for her, too...

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SVN and BVNA student council representative Jasmine Kilpatrick reminds readers of the importance of social media etiquette.

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Marge Chandler takes a look at cases in practice where these live microbial species may be of help to cats and dogs.

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VN Times editor Rebecca Hubbard fills readers in on one of two open days at Mars’ Waltham Centre for Pet Nutrition.

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Developing a social media strategy is fundamental for your practice's ability to communicate with existing clients. However, as Justin Phillips states, it is also vital in attracting new pet owners and differentiating yourself from the others in town...

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Do we judge clients or roll our eyes at their never-ending excuses? Are we our clients’ worst enemy? Ernie Ward shares his experiences on “pet care shaming” and explains how your team can avoid inadvertently becoming a participant.

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Ray Girotti explains how being tight with standards and expectations, yet loose on how you allow your staff to achieve them, can create the right environment for teams can flourish.

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CPD can be a significant investment for a practice, but if it is well planned with good follow up it can be motivational and help deliver key practice objectives, as Nick Stuart explains.

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Libby Kemkaran-Thompson looks at how to make the most of two very different treatments for one of the most common age-related disorders.

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Jenny Stuart explains why ensuring your staff are fairly rewarded is vital to ensure your practice runs smoothly.

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A supreme court case has potentially opened the floodgates for employees to bring claims against their employers. Lawyer Chloe Themistocleous reports.

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Alex Darvill looks at what comes first when planning a building project – the brand or the build.

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Nick Marsh highlights the crucial need to keep talking about mental health issues and offers his opinions as to why the veterinary profession, in particular, is plagued with this problem.

Liverpool student Louisa Price promotes the benefits of studying in a different country and explores why so few of her veterinary peers take up the opportunity.

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Continuing his focus on blood gas analysis, emergency veterinary surgeon Gerardo Poli discusses PCO2 levels and explains how to determine the cause of respiratory acidosis and alkalosis.

Jane RVN delves into the 90-odd pages of the RCVS' much-anticipated Schedule 3 survey report and digs out a couple of the gems contained within its pages for closer inspection.

In the third part of this series, Gerardo Poli explains how the direction of pH shift helps determine the primary disease process and whether a secondary disorder is also present.

Pumpkin carving may have provided the perfect diversion to being on call this weekend, but Jordan Sinclair is looking for inspiration on enjoying her free time while waiting for the telephone to ring…

Nick Marsh ponders whether he should express his opposition when a client utters a prejudiced opinion he finds abhorrent or if it is best to stay silent.

In the first of a new series, Gerardo introduces the uninitiated to blood gas analysis, a point-of-care test that can help assess the severity of a patient's condition and help guide your diagnostic plan.

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