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As part of Mental Health Awareness Week 2020, James Russell BVA Junior Vice President discusses the importance of vets and farmers supporting each other.
AVS President Isobel Arthur reminds us that it is often the small gestures of kindness that make the biggest difference #BeKind
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week 2020, BVA Scottish Branch President Kathleen Robertson discusses mental health and the importance of being kind to yourself during Covid-19.
11 May 2020 | Daniella Dos Santos
As we look towards the "new normal" for the veterinary profession, Daniella Dos Santos reflects on the many ways in which vets have put aside commercial interests to come together across the UK to support one another during lockdown.
BVA Junior Vice President and farm vet, James Russell celebrates the rural community and farm vets coming up with innovative ways around the challenges that Covid-19 and social distancing pose for their essential work.
25 Apr 2020 | Simon Doherty
As we approach World Veterinary Day on 25 April, it now seems somewhat prophetic that the theme chosen for this year’s celebration is “Environmental protection for improving animal and human health
14 Apr 2020 | Rosie Allister
Vetlife's Rosie Allister gives 10 tips for students to help with wellbeing during the Covid-19 pandemic.
10 Apr 2020 | Daniella Dos Santos
BVA President, Daniella Dos Santos, responds to your question and concerns on our updated Covid-19 guidance.
Rural communities are facing significant challenges to mental wellbeing. Les Eckford, Regional Representative for Wales, reflects on some recent training and the important role vets can play in supporting those at risk.
Vetlife supports the veterinary community through its Helpline, Health Support and Financial Support. Eve Ritchie, Communications Officer for Vetlife, talks about the importance of their Area Reps with more being urgently sought after in the London area.
To celebrate LGBT History Month, throughout February we are featuring Q&As with some key role models. Leah Morley, Senior Vice President BVLGBT+, shares her experience of the veterinary profession and reminds us it's ok if you have questions and doubts about who you are, there is always support to help you if you need it.
James Russell, BVA Junior Vice President, discusses the importance of quality colostrum to calf health and how to broach this with your clients.
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