AS the veterinary curriculum gets increasingly crowded, opportunities for general practitioners to show students something of the art of the profession are becoming fewer and need to be grasped. For Alan Leyland, an invitation to talk to third-year veterinary students about practical aspects of antibiotic use proved a good way for him to share his knowledge and give something back to his profession. There were other benefits, too. The experience provided an interesting diversion from practice life - and a chance to learn something himself.
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