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Tired of boring, clinical veterinary podcasts? Join Veterinarian Dr Julian Hoad & Anaesthetic Expert Mike Brampton, as they interview inspirational guests each week who are related to the veterinary world. Veterinary Ramblings is like going for a drink with your favourite work colleagues after a long day - we’ll make you laugh, inspire you and perhaps teach you something new!
 
Welcome to VetFolio Voice, the #1 Podcast Channel for the Veterinary Profession! New episodes every Thursday | Hosted by Dr. Cassi The VetFolio Voice podcast series delivers weekly insights, industry news and useful information on topics that span the veterinary spectrum — from the latest medical breakthroughs to practice management tips. We make it easy to listen and learn on the go, whether during your commute, between clients in the clinic, or while tackling weekend chores! VetFolio is an ...
 
This podcast is my take on topics in veterinary medicine relating primarily to dogs and cats. My mission is to educate and inform, for the general public, veterinarians and veterinary nurses. All are welcome. If you are interested in science, animals and veterinary medicine this podcast a try! Contact me with questions/comments at: askdrmatt@proton.me
 
Want to know the latest on keeping your pet healthy, both behaviourally and medically? Want to know what happens daily at your local vet clinic? Veterinarians, Drs Lewis Kirkham and Robbie Anderton, provide an informative, light-hearted chat about the health of your pet. It includes veterinary, behaviour and training advice for pet owners, dog trainers, cat lovers, veterinarians, veterinary technicians and; veterinary nurses. Dr Lewis has further qualifications in animal behaviour and Dr Rob ...
 
The Vet Podcast - Paws Claws & Wet Noses - celebrates all creatures great and small and the fantabulous professionals who look after them all. A combination of interviews and helpful advice for veterinary professionals. Everyone at VetStaff believes that all veterinary professionals (vets and vet nurses) deserve to work in an Employer of Choice Vet Clinic where they're respected, valued and are excited about looking forward to going to work on Monday mornings. Show host Julie South tackles s ...
 
The Blunt Dissection Podcast exists because everyone has a story worth listening to. It's the original and best interview podcast in veterinary medicine where the best minds in the various subcultures of veterinary medicine (and sometimes outside) are profiled/deconstructed so you can listen to their remarkable stories, and also learn the habits, routines, thought processes and anything else that makes these individuals so good at what they do. What’s in it for you to listen? For some, it's ...
 
The Plan B CRNA Podcast presented by On Call Capital is a show that highlights CRNAs and other healthcare providers who are finding success outside of their traditional anesthesia careers. Through real experiences and stories, we explore various side hustles and mindset topics with the goal of helping listeners choose their best lifestyle. Who is this show for? Well, the show is aimed at Advanced Practice Nurses (APRNs, Nurse Anesthesiologists, Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Nurse Specialists ...
 
Cat Walker, veterinary nurse and lawyer, brings you Radio Vet Nurse Interrupted. This 4 episode mini series explores the vet industry crisis we are currently living in, and turns to some of the brightest brains in the industry to work out how we get through it. We’ll look at the big changes that are needed, as well as things we can do as individuals. Explore the back catalogue for Radio Vet Nurse, a longform interview show for veterinary nurses and technicians. Each episode features a vet nu ...
 
This is the Inquisitive Vet. A podcast where we explore all aspects of Exotic medicine and surgery. In each episode, listeners will learn from a veterinary leader and mentor at the forefront of Exotic medicine and technology today. Find out more at inquisitivevet.com
 
Podcast A Vet is a podcast for Veterinarians, students, nurses, veterinary professionals and animal lovers with an emphasis on community. The podcast shares the stories, struggles, successes and insights of leaders across the veterinary industry. As modern vets, we face numerous challenges on a daily basis, from dealing with patients and clients, to running profitable practices, to dealing with internal struggles like compassion fatigue. We believe that the best way through these struggles i ...
 
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Crystal Ball Gazing Today we do a bit of crystal ball gazing with Dr Paul Unsworth – Companion Animal Locum Veterinarian. This is the first of a multi-part series. We’re talking about some of the changes Dr Paul has seen since he started his career. Gender Equality and Diversity We also talk about gender equality and professional representation whi…
 
Many often say they can’t invest in real estate because they don’t have the money. $50,000 can be a lot to come up with when you live paycheck to paycheck. What about using other people’s money? With a bit of creativity and some leg work, you may just find yourself a deal of a lifetime! Mark Monroe was interested in real estate at a young age, he b…
 
We are back after a short break.... This episode is proudly supported by Zylkene from Vetquinol- a safe way to help your dog or cat that may be stressed or have a mild anxiety - safe in the young, the old, the big and the small, in the Canine, or the Feline. This Episode is Also proudly brought to you by Delicate Care, an Australian Made, and Austr…
 
Peyman A. Nejad has been involved with some of the most iconic buildings in the world such as the Burj Khalifa in Dubai and the World Trade Center 2 in New York. In this episode we dive into what makes building these massive and iconic buildings a unique challenge and how someone even ends up on this career path.…
 
CRNAs are faced with all kinds of emotions every day! It can be hard to manage them along with your rigorous schedule. So how does one manage their emotions in a healthy way so that you can move forward through your day without being emotionally exhausted mid-shift? Join me on this Thoughtful Thursday as I explore a few ways to recognize and respec…
 
This episode dives in to Feline Parvo Virus (FPV). Known by other names such as feline distemper, feline plague and feline infectious enteritis, I prefer FPV. This is a serious contagious and infectious disease of cats primarily infecting kittens and unvaccinated or partially vaccinted cats. It is ubiquitous and worldwide. Cats are less likely to s…
 
The old model of running a veterinary business no longer works - it's time for a fresh look and different approach. This is the final episode (of 3) is Dr Jade Hackney’s series about life after veterinary burnout and recovery. At the Christchurch wellness symposium I - Julie South - spent the first day sitting next to a part-time vet - she: worked …
 
Stress, depression, covid, patients, doctors, and co-workers…it just keeps piling on!! Finding ways to cope and manage can feel like adding something even more onto your plate. Who has time for self-care? And IF you had time for self-care what can you do that's mentally freeing, relaxing, AND relives stress?? Join Maureen Palazzolo and me as she sh…
 
In this episode, I discuss the what the pulse is, how it originates, where to locate it , how to feel it and pulse quality. Of course taking an accurate pulse and feeling the difference in pulse quality is based on you practicing the technique. An easy way to do this is on yourself or if you have a cooperative dog or cat. I have also posted the ref…
 
From Manufacturing and Assembly to Distribution and storage there are many different types of warehouses all over the country. There are even research and development warehouses for testing and creating products. With online marketing increasing at such a substantial rate, demand for space is increasing as well. Join me as jump down the rabbit hole…
 
Dr. Cassi and Dr. Eve Harrison enjoy swapping stories about their journeys into the world of house-call medicine and how it has uniquely impacted each of them as practitioners. Additionally they discuss Dr. Eve’s comprehensive house call course titled “The House Call Vet Academy,” and how it has helped, and continues to help aspiring house-call vet…
 
Last week, we released part one of our episode with Helen MacDonald, giving you the chance to get the know the person behind the scandal surrounding Geronimo the alpaca. If you haven’t tuned in already, we highly recommend listening to part one before you listen to this week's episode which will focus on Geronimo's story. Geronimo was born on Waita…
 
This is the second in the multi part series where Companion Animal Veterinarian Dr Jade Hackney shares her path to living life to the full as a healthy and loving, long-term life partner and fully engaged veterinarian. Dr Jade talks about: the moment she and her life partner realised they no longer wanted to work fulltime in jobs they didn't enjoy …
 
Too often, CRNAs base their self-worth solely on their time spent, or income forgetting that what they do and who they are is the bigger value they bring into their profession. When we have this mindset to work work work, it can be easy to forget to care for yourself. Yet if you don't care for yourself, your body will eventually force you to stop w…
 
Dreams have been the subject of stories and lore for thousands of years. We feel and experience things within our dreams that we occasionally remember and other times we don’t even know that we had a dream. There are many theories as to why we dream some say there’s meaning within our dreams, while others say it's for processing emotions. Why do yo…
 
Senior pets require a bit more thoughtful care. This VetFolio Voice podcast talks trends with aging and disease in senior and geriatric patients. We’ll explore Eastern and holistic medicine and discuss some very simple solutions to improve quality of life and comfort in our aging patients.Want to earn CE from this podcast? Be sure to log into VetFo…
 
You may know Helen MacDonald as the owner of Geronimo the alpaca - however, there is so much more to her story! As such we have decided to release Helen's episode in two parts. In Part One, we get to know the fascinating person behind the scandal. We begin this week's episode discussing Helen's time spent in Australia as a child and the difference …
 
You can take the person out of vetting but can you take vetting out of the person? This series of episodes with Dr Jade Hackney was recorded a few months’ ago but I thought the topic was very relevant – especially for veterinary professionals who may be reconsidering their careers in the veterinary space… especially the clinical veterinary space. F…
 
CRNAs have one of the most intensive jobs in caring for others, yet it's not very easy when we need to turn the tables and look at ourselves. Add in having a child, and we are faced with the potential of mental struggles. Ranging from depression to eating disorders, anger, and even physical issues. Left untreated, as you well know, can lead to extr…
 
Adriana Muñoz went from nurse, to medtech executive, to investor, Adriana shares her next move, Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition. You will hear her thoughts on the advantages of job training in a family owned business and her passion for gender equality. #wharton #whartonexeced #ETA #healthcare #founderstories #mexicobusiness #genderequality #g…
 
In this episode I give my opinion on a recent magazine article concerning the development of a pill to increase longevity in people and dogs. Apparently cats are too difficult to figure out how to accomplish this which translate in to it costs too much for the expected economic return. Welcome to the world of 2022, medical science fiction . As I co…
 
Both benign and malignant oral tumors are common occurrences in dogs. The key to successful therapy is early detection and intervention. In this podcast, Dr. Alexandra Gareau discusses practical clinical approaches to canine oral tumors in general practice. She’ll cover excisional vs incisional biopsies, the importance of clinical staging prior to …
 
This week we're joined by the wonderful Carly Kilby! Carly is a veterinary nurse, scout leader and mother. She grew up in South London, but discovered her love for veterinary work and the outdoors after moving to countryside in her teenage years. We discuss the difficulties of finding people who understand the intricacies of a job in the veterinary…
 
This is the second of the two part series with Dr Jane Ough – Companion Animal Veterinarian at South Wairarapa Vets – who’s wearing her very new New Zealand Veterinary Association Climate Change Ambassador’s hat. If you haven’t listened to the first part – 105 – I recommend you do that, to give you context for today’s continuation of our chat. We j…
 
Weight loss is something that many struggle with, busy lives leave little to no time for self-care let alone diet and exercise. We turn to fad diets, pay tons of money for gym memberships, and attempt the impossible all in hope that we lose weight and feel great! Unfortunately, the temptation resistance, and desire to work out lacks for many, so wh…
 
With the holidays coming up fast we are faced with the challenges of what we want to do vs. what we have to do. It’s not that easy to go see the “in-laws” if it’s not a comfortable space but yet there is also guilt if you don’t. With rising costs are we really obligated to buy “traditional” foods? What if this year you really wanted to do something…
 
Join us as we chat with the awesome Ruth Greenhill, an ECC veterinary night nurse at a busy 24hr hospital in central London. Maintaining a good work-life balance is important to her and she has many fascinating hobbies and passions outside the veterinary world. Ruth talks to us about how she uses night-shift work to achieve a better work-life balan…
 
Today we’re with Dr Jane Ough – Companion Animal Veterinarian at South Wairarapa Vets – who’s wearing her very new New Zealand Veterinary Association Climate Change Ambassador’s hat. This is the second time Dr Jane has been on Paws Claws Wet Noses. You can listen to her previous episodes 87, 88 and 89 – where she introduced the climate change initi…
 
As CRNAs we are a very busy bunch so thinking of adding more tasks to your busy schedule sounds almost impossible. Yet, we are also constantly looking for other avenues, a “Plan B” Eric Conklin is back in the part 2 episode discussing his journey in the 1099 realm Eric has been successfully trading stocks, options, and cryptocurrency since 2018, do…
 
Most people have had that busy morning or afternoon trying to get ready to go to work and forget to pack a snack or even lunch! Thankfully there is generally a vending machine not too far from most workplaces. If not on the same floor you work on. Understandably vending machines are predicted to have continuous growth in the coming years. One may w…
 
This week we're chatting with Lacey Pitcher, an RVN who has travelled the world and enjoyed a varied career across GP, OOH, Referral and charity medicine. We begin this week's show with the most important question, what is her favourite type of bread? Lacey then explains how cheese influenced her to buy her house! She shares her love of travelling …
 
On today’s show, I’m joined by David McCormick. David is a veterinary valuation appraiser and transaction specialist, working with veterinarians throughout their ownership journey to help evaluate financial health so owners can make better decisions. To give that a better outline David, in the same way, that veterinarians look at lab tests and x-ra…
 
On this episode of our Inside Career and Technical Education podcast, hosts Ann Baldwin and YTI Career Institute President and CEO Jim Bologa are joined by Brandon Tharp. Brandon is a graduate of our HVACR (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration) program and has been working in the field for the past seven years with the employer…
 
The second in the two part series where Professor John Munday talks about his world-first RAS research to treat cancer in cats and dogs. After graduating, he worked for 2 years in a mixed animal practice in Whangarei. He then returned to Massey and completed a PhD. After completing his doctorate John then did a 2-year residency in veterinary pathol…
 
A hospital has many assets that are needed in order to generate revenue for a hospital. Even though patients drive the revenue, the hospital needs assets such as cardiologist, MRI machines, beds, laptops, syringes, and so much more to generate revenue. Managing all the assets of a hospital is complex and that is where Pycube, Inc comes in as Asset …
 
Erin Conklin is is a CRNA has four years of Level 1 Trauma experience in New York City, He’s written 300 pages of unpublished information regarding bariatric surgery, which has become an increasingly relevant anesthesia topic. In this part 1 episode, we discuss our different views on anesthesia topics, sharing our experiences as the medical world e…
 
As fireworks season approaches, RVN Nikki McLeod joins VN Times editor Rachael Buzzel to advise on how practices can support pet owners and their pets through this unsettling time and why vet nurses are perfectly placed to do this.𝗡𝗜𝗞𝗞𝗜 𝗠𝗰𝗟𝗘𝗢𝗗, 𝗕𝗦𝗰(𝗛𝗼𝗻𝘀) 𝗥𝗩𝗡, 𝗜𝗦𝗙𝗠 𝗖𝗲𝗿𝘁𝗙𝗡 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗔𝗱𝘃𝗖𝗲𝗿𝘁𝗙𝗕 Nikki, a self-confessed “crazy cat lady” and “study geek”, has b…
 
Hello and welcome back to the Clinical Signs Podcast. What does the term clinical signs mean? Is it the same as a symptom??? Clinical signs is term in veterinary medicine that is used to objectively describe what can be seen, felt, heard or smelled about an issue with an animal or pet. Some examples include the pet is lethargic or "lazy", vomiting …
 
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” -Benjamin Franklin It’s easier to stop something from happening in the first place than to repair the damage after it has happened in most cases. For example, by eating healthy and exercising now you can prevent health issues later. Or you have auto insurance now so that if you get into an accident…
 
On this episode of “Inside Career Technical Education'', hosts Jim Bologa and Ann Baldwin speak with Faith Smith, a graduate of the Veterinary Technician program at YTI Career Institute. While the program and life circumstances challenged Faith, she shares just how rewarding it is to be in this field. There is certainly plenty of room for career gr…
 
Professor John Munday is a Massey University graduate. After graduating, he worked for 2 years in a mixed animal practice in Whangarei. He then returned to Massey and completed a PhD. After completing his doctorate John then did a 2-year residency in veterinary pathology at Michigan State University before working as an assistant professor at the U…
 
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