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BVA welcomes new strategic alliance between AFBI and Queen’s University Belfast

The British Veterinary Association has welcomed plans for a strategic alliance between the Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute (AFBI) and Queen’s University Belfast.


One year on from BVA Brexit report: progress in pictures

A year after the launch of its ‘Brexit and the Veterinary Profession’ report, BVA has produced a new infographic to outline the major milestones that have been achieved.


Scotland ‘leading the pack’ on animal welfare, says British Veterinary Association

BVA President John Fishwick praised Scotland for implementing policies that prioritise keeping animals happy, healthy and safe during his speech at the organisation’s annual Scottish Dinner


BVA welcomes first ever protocol for animals in health care

The BVA has issued a warm welcome to the launch of the first ever nationwide protocol for animals in health care.


Vets must remain guardians of animal health and welfare in post-Brexit agri policy

BVA has urged government to fulfil its promises on maintaining and improving animal health and welfare in its post-Brexit agricultural policy.


Don’t be afraid to reach out to colleagues, say BVA and Vetlife

BVA is encouraging members of the profession to reach out to colleagues as it reveals 77% of vets have experienced concern for a colleague or fellow student’s mental health and wellbeing.

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