MVetMed BSc MRCVS
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Lucy moved from West Sussex to join the Endell’s team in spring 2017 before undertaking a three year Royal Veterinary College (RVC) residency studying towards a European Diploma in Bovine Health Management. This allowed her to incorporate day to day clinical work with further study, teaching and research. Having finished the residency she is now back to being part of the full time clinical veterinary team.
Lucy splits her time between both the Newton Wood and Salisbury offices. Dairy inevitably comprises a large proportion of day to day work but she also enjoys working with beef farmers to improve productivity and is a member of the Endell Beef Working Group. Herd health planning, and improving the incorporation of herd health plans into day to day farm management and is a particular area of interest be that with dairy, beef, sheep or goat farms.
Lucy now has a number of scientific papers in print which includes research that was a “highlighted article” of the month in the Journal of Dairy Science in 2014 and, more recently, review articles on topics such as clostridial disease and blood transfusions. She has presented her work at national and international conferences and has also been involved with a number of client meetings for Endell’s. Working with the RVC final year students means that there is always something new to learn and Lucy finds it rewarding to be involved in teaching the vets of the future.
Her non-clinical interests include mental health, wellbeing and drop out within the veterinary profession and she provides mentorship to newer members of the Endell’s team.