Should you Consider a Job as a Government Vet?

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Dr. Hannah Godfrey BVetMed MRCVS Times are changing… These days, the possible career options available to the holder of a veterinary degree have never been so broad and diverse. Whilst the challenges and rewards of clinical practice are still enjoyed by many, it is far from the only choice. But have you considered being a government vet? And are you … Read More

How to Improve your Salary as a Vet

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By Rebecca MacMillan BVetMed MRCVS In the veterinary profession, we work hard and expect to be fairly compensated for this. Some practices are better than others at reviewing their employees pay regularly, others need a little nudge. This article explores some of the steps you can take to boost your salary. Increase your value If you are wanting to negotiate … Read More

‘Beef Suckler Management – Bull Fertility and infectious diseases?’ Keith Cutler BSc BVSc DipECBHM MRCVS

 ‘Beef Suckler Management – Bull Fertility and infectious diseases?’   SPEAKER: Keith Cutler BSc BVSc DipECBHM MRCVS   “I qualified as a Veterinary Surgeon from Bristol University in 1990 and entered farm animal practice in the central south of England, where I remained for thirty years, rising to the position of senior partner.  In January of this year I moved … Read More

How to Work Abroad as a Vet

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by Dr Holly Anne Hills MRCVS Veterinary professionals are privileged to have a set of transferable skills that are highly sought after all around the world, and your veterinary training can open the door to a whole range of opportunities. Whatever it is that draws you towards adventure, making the move abroad is a big decision, and requires significant research … Read More

Should I Work as a Corporate or Independent Vet?

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By Dr Sarah-Jane Molier MRCVS Whether you are a new graduate just embarking on your career, or a seasoned vet looking for a change, you may well be wondering whether to choose an independent or a corporate practice. Corporate practices were born in 1999, when the legislation restricting practice ownership was relaxed. Non-vets could become practice owners for the first … Read More

‘How to approach chronic vomiting and diarrhoea in dogs’ – Ferran Valls Sanchez, DVM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS

‘How to approach chronic vomiting and diarrhoea in dogs’ Gastrointestinal problems in dogs are a very common clinical complaint in chronic medicine.  Putting together signalment, history and physical examination findings help in constructing a differential diagnosis list and diagnostic approach. This webinar will focus on the key aspects of approaching chronic vomiting and diarrhoea and review some of the most … Read More

Sheep Medicine – You can’t manage what you don’t measure- number crunching lamb health” – Emily Gascoigne MA VetMB PG Cert.Vet.Ed Dip.ECSRHM MRCVS RCVS and ECSRHM Recognised Specialist

Sheep Medicine – You can’t manage what you don’t measure- number crunching lamb health” As we approach a busy time in the flock health calendar we will consider the key parameters we can use to anticipate challenge, appraise success and review performance of lambing to optimise success. We will consider critical control points during lambing where the sheep vet can engage … Read More

Being A Vet Starts Here – Your First Job! Ed Taylor BVMS MRCVS

Being A Vet Starts Here – Your First Job!   SPEAKER: Ed Taylor BVMS MRCVS For Edinburgh Vet School Available to Basic and Upgraded Members   You are not authorised to watch this content as this area is for our upgraded global members only. To find out more about our membership levels just click below. Check Out Membership Options!

Vet Practice Career not for you? Here are your Options…

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A surprising number of vets work hard through school and veterinary school, only to pop out at the other side and find themselves no longer wanting to be a vet. Many will start their career in practice and get to a couple of years in before realising veterinary medicine isn’t what they thought it would be. Sound familiar? So, what … Read More

“Bloods transfusions made simple – what to give when and how to do it” – Simon Tappin MA VetMB CertSAM DipECVIM-CA FRCVS

“Bloods transfusions made simple – what to give, when and how to do it”   SPEAKER: Simon Tappin MA VetMB CertSAM DipECVIM-CA FRCVS   Simon graduated from the University of Cambridge and after two year in practice undertook a residency at the University of Bristol in Small Animal Medicine and Intensive Care, where he gained his European Diploma in Small … Read More