In this issue – August 2011
The epidemiology of ILT in Australia – insufficient data to support the conclusions
The epidemiology of ILT in Australia – insufficient data to support the conclusions
A short history of veterinary education in Australia: the 120-year transition from education for a trade to education for a profession
Neurological diseases of ruminant livestock in Australia. III: bacterial and protozoal infections
Development of a lameness model in sheep for assessing efficacy of analgesics
Effects of barefoot trimming on hoof morphology
Erratum
Erratum
Canine mammary mixed tumours: immunohistochemical expressions of EGFR and HER-2
Bacteriological findings in different fractions of canine ejaculates showing normospermia, teratozoospermia or azoospermia
Supplement unveiled to eager equine vets
Equine emergencies and how to help
Say hi to Bruce
HR matters
Are you guilty of being an AVA member?
Be an AVA advocate
Using a self-managed super fund could save you money
Coming to a zoo near you - new zoo biosecurity manual launched
Aussie farmers value their vets
Pay less to learn more
Please stick to the paper trail
Tackling diseases on a global scale
Ethical dilemma - Cassie
“More is missed by not looking…”
Acknowledgement for illustrator
Promotion of the AVA Annual Conference 2011