How to Become a Veterinary Internal Medicine Specialist

By Ruth Cawston MA VetMB CertAVP(SAM) MRCVS Becoming a vet opens doors to a whole variety of career options – both clinical and non-clinical. If you are pursuing clinical career options, and enjoy the medical aspects of a veterinarian’s job, then you may have considered training to become a veterinary internal medicine specialist. Completing an approved program can widen your … Read More

How to Support New Graduate Vets in Your Practice

By Sarah-Jane Molier MRCVS  So, you’ve decided to take on a new graduate vet. You contribute the time and effort to train them, but they move on too soon. Or, sadly too commonly now, they leave clinical practice altogether. While there are many factors contributing to burnout, imposter syndrome, and stress in new graduates, we can (and must) all do … Read More