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From government to supermarkets, our new #VetView film looks at where a vet degree can take you… https://t.co/k3jwvUplQO
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Surviving out-of-hours emergencies-guest blogger @aoife_vet looks at clinical tips for recent graduates… https://t.co/zHzWSa8LAo
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Survey reveals 98% of vets have been asked to euthanise healthy pets https://t.co/q5JxskLIlw #VetNews https://t.co/AI6pdLCUzq
25 Oct at 12:20
Over the last 4 years, I have worked with hundreds of vets (literally) who have attended leadership/management training courses I have been running. Nearly all report that when they eventually find themselves in senior roles at some point in their career, and they have to lead teams and manage people, they are expected to deliver great results with little or no training on how to do this. Nearly all their CPD has been clinically focused.
One of the reasons I wanted to get involved in BVA was to have the chance to make a positive difference, whether that was to the veterinary profession, the animals under our care or the clients that we serve. Becoming the President of BVA Welsh Branch has allowed me to do that in a much wider arena by influencing various organisations with BVA policy positions, which I am proud to say have been reached by robust debate amongst members.
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