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BVA unveils full Congress programme for London Vet Show 2015

We’ve unveiled our full programme for BVA Congress 2015, which will run during London Vet Show at the Olympia Grand from on 19-20 November, with the hot topics of the human-animal bond, veterinary education, global imperatives, professionalism and wellbeing taking centre stage.


More reasons to go smoke-free this Stoptober, say BVA and BSAVA

In light of today’s legislation forbidding drivers to smoke with children in their vehicle, British Veterinary Association (BVA) and British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) are encouraging pet owners to avoid smoking for their pets’ benefit as well.


British vets working to end rabies

British vets working alongside colleagues across the globe to eradicate the deadly threat of rabies


Merseyside vet becomes President of BVA

Charity veterinary surgeon Sean Wensley was today elected President of BVA for 2015/2016 at BVA’s annual Members’ Day at the Apex International Hotel in Edinburgh.


Cumbria vet becomes Junior Vice President of the British Veterinary Association

Small animal veterinary surgeon Gudrun Ravetz was today elected Junior Vice President of BVA for 2015/2016 at BVA’s annual Members’ Day held at the Apex International Hotel in Edinburgh.


All vets must shape the future of our profession, says outgoing BVA President

Young vets are the future of the profession but all veterinary surgeons must drive change and shape a future in which the profession continues to be trusted and valued in society, outgoing British Veterinary Association (BVA) President, John Blackwell, said in his final Presidential speech in Edinburgh today (24 September).

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