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Increase in the flock prevalence of lameness in ewes is associated with a reduction in farmers using evidence-based management of prompt treatment: A longitudinal observational study of 154 English sheep flocks 2013–2015

N.S. Prosser, K.J. Purdy and L.E. Green | Preventive Veterinary Medicine | December 2019
The aim of this longitudinal observational study was to investigate the prevalence of lameness and any changes in the management of lameness in sheep flocks monitored from 2013-2015…

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…