In Practice 19:333-338 doi:10.1136/inpract.19.6.333
  • Practice Management
  • Information Technology

The information explosion: technology for the veterinary practice

  1. Phil Nicholls

    Phil Nicholls graduated in 1991 and worked with duiker antelopes and other wildlife in Zimbabwe before returning to Bristol as junior fellow in the Comparative Pathology Laboratory at Langford. He gained his diploma in veterinary pathology in 1994 and is currently a BBSRC veterinary research fellow at the Department of Pathology in Cambridge. His research involves papillomaviruses. In his spare time, he enjoys badger watching.


COMPUTERS have been used for educational and informational purposes for many years. This article outlines some of the different types of software which have been developed specifically for the veterinary market and which may be of interest to veterinary surgeons in general practice.

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