VetsNorth Programme
The official VetsNorth show information, including speaker programme, floor plan and exhibitor profiles

Management of infection in open wounds
DAVINA ANDERSON details the various options vets should consider when assessing treatment options, such as the level of infection, if any, and whether or not antibiotics should be used

The thinking vet: brains at their best
CHRIS WHIPP suggests that better veterinary practice lies in understanding how our brains work, the challenges they face, and how the different areas of the brain can be put to best effect

Canine lichenification
DAVID GRANT continues his series looking at dermatological conditions

Recruitment and retention: what can be done?
RICHARD GARD examines the outlook in the UK for new veterinary surgeons and what is being done to attract them into the profession and prepare them for practice life

The latest on lameness
RICHARD GARD reports from this year’s Cattle Lameness Conference, which among other topics covered the latest thinking and research into digital dermatitis

Time to tackle milk residues and beat the Yanks
PETER EDMONDSON looks at the current figures for residue failures and suggests farmers and vets should get behind the Milksure initiative

All change? What the new tax year brings…
DYLAN JENKINS lets the dust settle and looks at the implications of the new taxation rates and various allowances that came into force at the end of April

Going solo: registering as self-employed
ADAM BERNSTEIN examines the ins and outs of self-employment, from deciding which type is best for you to which organisations you’ll need to register with

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