Posts Tagged ‘specialisation’

When Protein Turns Toxic: Jesse’s Story

Wednesday, April 14th, 2010

Jesse’s story is one of poor genes, devoted pet-owners, and high-end veterinary intervention.  It offers insight into the clinical decision-making surrounding management of a rare disease that makes… Read more

Slash your vet bills?

Friday, June 5th, 2009

A recent letter to clients served by a clinic in Melbourne. Recession driven pricing and marketing wars, provoking (un)professional argy-bargy…… Regrettably we have recently seen a number of… Read more

Clinical risk

Monday, June 1st, 2009

We all acknowledge that uncertainties in life are inevitable. They’re a product of the inherent randomness of  things, and can play-out either way: in our favour, as luck, or as misfortune. The ease… Read more

Information Foraging – The Internet Landscape

Saturday, May 23rd, 2009

Much of the exchange between pet owner and vet is that of information. In some ways a vet is your guide through the maze of medical information, and a translator, deciphering the medical jargon, and… Read more