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Dear VetSurgeon Member

I'd like to recommend you buy a copy of: No Way to Treat A Friend, a new book published by two Somerset-based veterinary surgeons, Niall Taylor and Alex Gough, available now on Amazon.

Essentially, it's an exposé of veterinary complementary and alternative medicine; a one-stop reference for anyone who wants to be properly informed about these things when a client asks. More than that, it's a really good primer in critical thinking and the flaws in the human mind which can cause us to believe a treatment - alternative or conventional - is working, when it isn't. And it's funny, too.

Whilst I'm here, Elisabeth Richardson, Senior Clinical Training Scholar in Veterinary Anaesthesia at Cambridge is conducting a 5-10 minute survey exploring attitudes towards anaesthetic monitoring, if you have a moment.

All the best,


Arlo Guthrie
Editor www.vetsurgeon.org

PS. Topical that the RCVS is auditing the CPD records of over 1000 vets. If you took part in or read last month's Topic of the Month discussion on the use of antibiotics, don't forget to claim the CPD time.
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