Posts Tagged: Animals in medicine

Roaring Horses, Lame Dogs and the Re-framing of British Veterinary Surgery

By Andrew Gardiner ‘The Supervet’ is a UK documentary TV series broadcast on Channel 4 showcasing the practice of orthopedic veterinary surgeon, Noël Fitzpatrick. It’s a sexed-up version of 1990s BBC TV prime-time favorite Animal Hospital, but focusing on advanced surgery

Roaring Horses, Lame Dogs and the Re-framing of British Veterinary Surgery

By Andrew Gardiner ‘The Supervet’ is a UK documentary TV series broadcast on Channel 4 showcasing the practice of orthopedic veterinary surgeon, Noël Fitzpatrick. It’s a sexed-up version of 1990s BBC TV prime-time favorite Animal Hospital, but focusing on advanced surgery

Some Thoughts on the Role of Animals in Medicine

By Stephanie Eichberg In 2012, a book appeared on the shelves of popular science that (re)acquainted the public with a medical revelation; namely that animals share with humans a wide range of acute and chronic diseases as well as psychological disorders,

Some Thoughts on the Role of Animals in Medicine

By Stephanie Eichberg In 2012, a book appeared on the shelves of popular science that (re)acquainted the public with a medical revelation; namely that animals share with humans a wide range of acute and chronic diseases as well as psychological disorders,