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Behind the scenes deliberations on the vet-led team vision Listing Image

Behind the scenes deliberations on the vet-led team vision

17 Oct 2019 | Robin Hargreaves

How do we protect our clients from poor treatment and advice whilst at the same time getting the greatest benefit from the synergies that are available from working with well-trained and well-regulated providers of services? Past President, Robin Hargreaves gives us his thoughts.

One Health Week: Death as a One Health issue, could doctors learn from vets? Listing Image
Broaching the brachy issue with our clients Listing Image
Celebrating the colossal contribution of veterinary nurses Listing Image
Turning wellbeing research into wellbeing reality: Mind Matters symposium Listing Image
One Health: The vet will see you now Listing Image

One Health: The vet will see you now

17 Jul 2015 | Robin Hargreaves

A client commented that they had listened to a Radio 4 programme that morning comparing the provision of health services through private veterinary practice and the service we, as humans, can expect from our healthcare providers.

Defra’s big data project must have surveillance input Listing Image

Defra’s big data project must have surveillance input

30 Jun 2015 | Robin Hargreaves

Last week I was in a very mixed audience to listen to a speech delivered by Liz Truss, Secretary of State at Defra, where she set out a vision for moving urban digital technologies more into the rural economy to close the reported 17% productivity gap between the rural and urban economy.

The end is nigh Listing Image

The end is nigh

09 Aug 2014 | Robin Hargreaves | Sheep

It's hard to credit that it has been a month since my last blog and I apologise for the hiatus. July was as busy a time as I have had in my period of office I think.  

Another big week coming Listing Image
Cost versus value Listing Image

Cost versus value

18 Mar 2014 | Robin Hargreaves | The veterinary profession

Once again this morning I have done the rounds of local radio stations who have picked up a veterinary story. This time Paul O Grady reports that he has spent £8000 on treatment for his dogs kidney cancer which has been a success but will require on going chemotherapy.

Passing of Lord Ballyedmond Listing Image
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