VETERINARY graduates are not, typically, competent surgeons at qualification but develop these skills during their first job. Support and instruction from experienced colleagues is vital to their development. This article provides advice for those acting as mentors to junior colleagues in practice. Many of the skills and techniques described will also apply to the supervision of students seeing practice.
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