United Kingdom - Defra receives key report on the future of farm animal veterinary services

A poorly developed demand for veterinary services rather than a shortage of farm animal veterinarians has been identified by a personal report published by Professor Philip Lowe.
Monday 24 August 2009 (8 years 10 months 24 days ago)
A poorly developed demand for veterinary services rather than a shortage of farm animal veterinarians has been identified by a personal report published by Professor Philip Lowe.

The report was commissioned by Defra on behalf of a Government/Industry Steering Group which has been considering whether there is a shortage of farm animal veterinarians in Great Britain.

The report concluded that there was no such shortage nor a lack of interest in veterinary graduates pursuing a career in farm animal veterinary work. The report identified the potential for veterinarians to increase their role as providers of expert advice to the farming and food industries.

http://www.defra.gov.uk/news/2009/090806c.htm

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