Read a statement from BVA President Sean Wensley.
We're urging vets to help raise awareness of bluetongue by speaking at local JAB information events and displaying posters and leaflets in practices.
This year's event will be hosted at the award-winning At-Bristol Science Centre on 22 September - book your free tickets today
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What do you think 'Brexit' could mean for the veterinary profession?
Health and safety for farm vets - Phillippa Mills blogs about injuries at work and how to avoid them https://t.co/cR6TRZQNjV #VetCPD
25 Jul at 19:15
Although the sun may not be out today, here are some top tips for keeping your rabbits cool this summer https://t.co/kjEti6gshi #rabbits
25 Jul at 18:01
Looking for a new challenge? @AWF_VETS are recruiting 2 new trustees to join the team&help improve animals lives https://t.co/65eCBGRSEI
25 Jul at 16:45
For the 1st blog on the #VetFutures themes, @RSPCA_official James Yates discusses animal health & welfare https://t.co/yKChqb5UZH @RCVS_UK
25 Jul at 13:21
It's the last day to get Early Bird spaces for our new #VetCPD on the costly & complex problem of dairy foot health https://t.co/0j0rhPZG9k
25 Jul at 13:03
Political activity can seem slightly distant from our day-to-day lives, but the referendum on our participation in the European Union (EU) was a democratic exercise that impacted on all of us. It will impact on all of us professionally and for many, as in my case through being married to a European citizen, personally.
Laura Carleton represented BVA at the SPVS “Your First Job: Challenges and Opportunities” seminar at Lancaster University.
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