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‘Care about my animal, know your stuff and take me seriously’: United Kingdom and Australian clients’ views on the capabilities most important in their veterinarians

K. Hughes, S.M. Rhind, L. Mossop, K. Cobb, E. Morley, M. Kerrin, C. Morton and M. Cake | Veterinary Record | September 2018
The aim of this study was to investigate client views on what they expect from veterinary surgeons, particularly what makes for a positive experience…

Using checklists in veterinary nursing: what can human healthcare teach us?

H. Ballantyne | Veterinary Nursing Journal | September 2018
This article discusses the benefits of using checklists in healthcare settings and asks whether they are transferable to veterinary nursing…

Hospital-acquired infections in the veterinary establishment

A. Mann | Veterinary Nursing Journal | August 2018
This paper discusses the common hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) found in veterinary practice which have been identified from the limited number of studies on HAIs in veterinary medicine available…

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When is it safe to report abuse?

G. Mills | Veterinary Record | July 2017
This short feature article is a timely reminder of the current advice for veterinary practitioners when faced with what appears to be an animal with non-accidental injuries…

Safety culture: the Nottingham Veterinary Safety Culture Survey (NVSCS)

C. Oxtoby, L. Mossop, K. White and E. Ferguson | Veterinary Record | May 2017
The culture of an organisation has been shown to influence the attitudes and behaviours of staff and is intrinsically linked to financial, quality and safety outcomes…

Review of hazards to female reproductive health in veterinary practice

J.M. Scheftel, B.L. Elchos, C.S Rubin and J.A. Decker | Journal of the American Veterinary Association | April 2017
This literature review discusses the occupational hazards women face in veterinary practices on a daily basis…