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BVA News: Animal health and welfare and veterinary workforce at the heart of BVA's Brexit priorities https://t.co/bpk2oXvm57 #VetNews
27 Sep at 12:49
Cytological and haematological analyses are an essential part of daily life as a small animal practitioner. Haematology samples are often run as part of routine profiles and in the majority of unwell patients. Cytological assessment of lumps and bumps and of any bodily fluid samples can provide diagnosis, enhancement of differentials and in some cases, the best treatment options for the patient.
A recent press article highlighted the concerns – and perhaps fears – recent graduates have about their first forays in out-of-hours (OOH) work. In that article, BVA Junior Vice President Gudrun Ravetz commented that “Graduates need and want support during the initial phase of their careers. There is no reluctance to undertake OOH, but an understandable apprehension when approaching emergency and potentially complicated situations.”
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