The veterinarian and the expansion of his horizons. Presidential Address, NZVA Conference 1973

The veterinarian and the expansion of his horizons. Presidential Address, NZVA Conference 1973
Peer reviewed
Smith BF
New Zealand Veterinary Journal, Volume 21, Issue 7, pp 129-132, Jul 1973

Article class: General Article

Animal Type: General

Subject Terms: Veterinary profession

Publisher: Taylor and Francis


Abstract

In a recent interview with the past president of the British Veterinary Association, Mr Nigel Snodgrass (1972), he stated that the new generation of veterinary surgeons was going to differ from the present one in that they would be doing a different sort of work and would be much more diversified, appearing in fields of activity where traditionally the veterinarian has not been found. What are these different types of work and fields of activity to which he referred? My address today concerns current trends and newer areas of veterinary participation…

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