THE BRITISH VETERINARY PROFESSION 1791-1948. - Bournemouth

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Author:Iain. Pattison
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Edition:First Edittion
Publisher:JA Allen
Publication date:Nov -0001
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ISBN:0851313795
Book description
The history of the veterinary profession in the UK, as the title suggests. Vets were first named by the British army in 1796 to distinguish them from human Surgeons.
The first vet school was founded in London in 1791, and Veterinary education became part of the university system in 1948.
It is a story of struggle to form a profession, and increasing involvement in the health and wealth of the nation via control of endemic diseases such h as cattle plague in 1865, anthrax and TB.
THE BRITISH VETERINARY PROFESSION 1791-1948.
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