Fire. Presidential address, NZVA Conference 1982

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It appears that it is expected of the incumbent President of the New Zealand Veterinary Association to impart in the address to this Conference words of wisdom that have been garnered over the years; words that should encourage, challenge and maybe chastise; and I hope to do this within an optimum concentration period for this type of talk. I have selected my subject very carefully though it contains but a single word, since I believe that it can encompass the whole range of veterinary endeavour in my time. In my view, there are three major meanings to the word “Fire” and I shall take you through them in sequence…

Keywords: General; Veterinary profession

Document Type: Regular Paper

Publication date: June 1, 1982

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