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I sympathise with John Cooper’s mild irritation by the over-use of the term One Health for what used to be called comparative medicine ( VR , 29 February 2020, vol 186, p …
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The recent letter from a significant number of people in leadership positions ( VR , 22 February 2020, vol 186, p 220) raises concern regarding the tone and language used to describe them in print and online. The letter had some resonance after reading a …
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At the last election, the three main political parties all included pledges to ban pet primates as part of their manifestos. Since then, Defra has concluded its consultation into the welfare of pet primates and looks set to start the process of introducing a prohibition on keeping all primates (including marmoset monkeys, for which, amazingly, people do not need to obtain a licence to keep at home). If written into law, such a ban would set a precedent. For the first time the UK would be banning...
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The article from the APHA ‘Medium- to long-term endemic disease risks associated with flooding events’ ( VR , 7 March 2020, vol 186, pp 275-277) was very practical and timely. I would like to add one further risk factor not referred to in the article, namely the risk associated with water dropwort ( Oenanthe crocata ) and specifically …
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#1Lauren K. Landfried (SLU: Saint Louis University)H-Index: 1
#2Patrick PithuaH-Index: 1
Last. Carole R. BaskinH-Index: 1
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Background In a previous study, we found that rates of antibiotic residues in goat carcasses in Missouri were three times the published national average, warranting further research in this area. Methods We conducted a cross-sectional survey of goat veterinarians to determine attitudes and practices regarding antibiotics, recruiting 725 veterinarians listed on the American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners (AASRP) website and 64 Missouri Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA) veterinari...
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Alick Simmons argues that badger culling as a means to control bovine TB cannot be justified if considered using an established ethical framework.
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#1Sheena M Warman (UoB: University of Bristol)H-Index: 7
Background During the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons’ (RCVS) Professional Development Phase, graduates are required to reflect on their progress. Reflection is often conceptualised as a solitary activity, which may contrast with day-to-day reflective activities in the workplace. This study drew on cultural-historical activity theory to understand how recently graduated veterinary surgeons engage in reflective activity. Methods Data comprised RCVS documentation and semistructured interviews...
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#1Joe Brownlie (RVC: Royal Veterinary College)H-Index: 37
Recent reports from Hong Kong and China have declared a dog to be infected with Covid-19. It is unsurprising to me that dogs should be infected with a beta coronavirus (the same group of coronaviruses into which Covid-19 is now placed). In 2003, myself and colleagues discovered a beta coronavirus in dogs during our investigations of an acute respiratory disease outbreak in a rehoming kennel …
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