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Veterinary leadership
Understanding comes before action
  1. Caroline Pearson
  1. The Spindles, Tetbury, Gloucestershire GL8 8HB
  1. e-mail: caroline{at}

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As highlighted by Adrian Nelson-Pratt (VR, 19 May 2018, vol 182, p 577), it is encouraging to see the subject of veterinary leadership receiving increasing attention. Whether from the RCVS, BVA, Veterinary Management Group, Society of Practising Veterinary Surgeons or independents, the goal of inclusive, thoughtful, supportive and responsible leadership is being pursued.

However, in his letter Nelson-Pratt makes several points that invite a response. He suggests that the pursuit of understanding leadership issues and what …

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