In this issue – November 2012
The veterinary profession and blowfly control
Multisite randomised controlled trial to evaluate polypropylene clips applied to the breech of lambs as an alternative to mulesing. I: effects on body weight, breech bare area measurements and scores, wrinkle scores and faecal and urine staining
Ferrets, rabbits and rodents: clinical medicine and surgery (3rd edn. Edited by KE Queensberry and JW Carpenter. Elsevier, St Louis, 2012. 596 pages. Price $81.99. ISBN 978 1 41606 621 7.
Multisite randomised controlled trial to evaluate polypropylene clips applied to the breech of lambs as an alternative to mulesing. II: multivariate analysis of relationships between clip treatment and operator, sheep, farm and environmental factors
Francis Roy Staunton
Cyromazine resistance detected in Australian sheep blowfly
Background lesions in laboratory animals: a color atlas Edited by EF McInness. Saunders Elsevier, Edinburgh, 2012. 130 pages. Price $260. ISBN 978 0 70203 519 7.
Veterinary infection control in Australia: is there control?
Temporary regression of locally invasive polypoid rhinosinusitis in a dog after photodynamic therapy
Comparison of acetate tape impression with squeezing versus skin scraping for the diagnosis of canine demodicosis
Case series of equine pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction in a tropical climate
Diagnosis, treatment and outcomes for koala chlamydiosis at a rehabilitation facility (1995–2005)
Emily Frances Maudsley
BIOSECURITY: Biosecurity all in a day's work for Rod Hoare
A veterinary workforce for the future
Live exports in the spotlight again
Nominate for the 2013 AVA awards
New membership offer for new graduates
This Polite Pets Month - ask your vet!
UNIVERSITY NEWS: CSU students see sights in ACT
AVA members sweep essay awards
Good news and bad news on World Rabies Day
PROFESSIONAL SUCCESS: The importance of references
Emergency Animal Diseases Bulletin: Screw-worm fly: a continual threat
Erratum
College awards and appointments
UNIVERSITY NEWS: New Masters in emergency animal diseases launched