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Sep
21

New BVA President highlights importance of “working together”

Senior Lecturer at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) John Fishwick was today announced as President for 2017/2018 at the annual BVA Members’ Day in Belfast.

Sep
21

In big change, small acts are more important than ever, says President in outgoing speech

Ensuring a strong, united veterinary voice is heard where it matters most was the key message delivered by President Gudrun Ravetz in her outgoing speech at Members’ Day.

Sep
21

Veterinary consultant Simon Doherty named Junior Vice President

Simon Doherty, veterinary consultant and Animal Science & Aquaculture Specialist to the UK Government Department for International Trade (DIT), has been elected Junior Vice President.

Sep
21

BVA scientific award recognises “untiring efforts” of Professor David Morton CBE

Professor David Morton CBE has been recognised for his outstanding work with the BVA's most prestigious scientific award.

Sep
21

Mixed animal vet Ruth Layton given award for her work championing farm animal welfare

Ruth Layton was today (21 September) announced as the recipient of the British Veterinary Association’s (BVA) prestigious Chiron Award, in recognition of the distinctive contributions and achievements Ruth has made driving progress in farm animal welfare within the supply chains of some of the world’s most influential food brands.

Sep
21

Dogs Trust Executive receives BVA Award for contributions in the developing world

Dr Karen Reed was announced as the winner of the British Veterinary Association’s (BVA) Trevor Blackburn Award in recognition of her multiple outstanding contributions to animal health, animal welfare and community livelihood support in Africa, South Asia and the Middle East.

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