BY the end of the 20th century, the number of female veterinary students had increased to the point that newly qualified women vets outnumbered their male counterparts - a far cry from the 1930s, the first decade visited in this occasional series on women in the profession. However, as Wendy Harrison argues, if this resource of women veterinarians is to be retained by the profession, working patterns and career structures will have to adapt to accommodate their aspirations - both within and outside practice.
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