THE 'swinging sixties' had brought about some liberalisation in attitudes, but in the early 1970s there was still an element of hostility towards women taking up places at veterinary school and in practice - and veterinary politics remained very much dominated by men. Despite these barriers, Jill Nute managed to juggle working in practice, raising a family and a prominent career in veterinary politics. Here, she describes her experiences and the changes she has witnessed since she qualified in 1970.
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