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Jun
15

Lorraine Anne Allan

by Kissick, K.

As an advocate for animals and students, she was a generous with her time in helping vet nurses to learn and develop. She will be remembered as an inspirational teacher.

VetRecord
Jun
15

Being cutting edge - always right for patients?

by Taylor, N.

These are the days of miracle and wonder.Now, it’s not so long ago that we were still very much like James Herriot and Siegfried Farnon. Practices everywhere functioned like a type of cottage hospital. Whatever came our way, we were on it. Canine ort...

VetRecord
Jun
15

Death notice

Baxter On 13 April 2018, John Doig Baxter, MRCVS, of Daventry, Northamptonshire. Mr Baxter qualified from Glasgow in 1943.doi: 10.1136/vr.l4156

VetRecord
Jun
15

The anti-vax phenomenon

by Whitehead, M., Taylor, N., Gough, A., Chambers, D., Jessop, M., Hyde, P.

Following Josh Loeb’s editorial ‘Don’t let the anti-vaxers win’ (VR, 25 May 2019, vol 184, p 629), we provide further information on the ‘anti-vax’ phenomenon.The World Health Organization (WHO) considers vaccine hesitancy to be one of the top 10 ris...

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Jun
15

Imposter syndrome in the vet profession

by Kogan, L., Hellyer, P.

There has been much written about veterinarians’ mental health. Yet a common issue faced by many medical professionals has not been studied or even discussed within the veterinary profession. I am referring to imposter syndrome – that is, feeling lik...

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