The veterinary profession has a crucial role to play in advocating for animal health and welfare as part of the sustainable animal agriculture agenda.
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Government and industry partners in Northern Ireland have banded together to develop the STAMP project to help meet the UK national targets for farm animal antimicrobial usage. BVA NI Branch Junior Vice President Aurelie Moralis explores this great opportunity for the veterinary profession to ensure appropriate use of antibiotics.
BVPA President Dr Philip Hammond highlights how, through the strength of a joined-up initiative by a range of stakeholders, the gamebird sector has achieved a 36% reduction in antibiotic use in just 1 year.
BVA Junior Vice President Simon Doherty reflects on his experience at the recent Vets: Stay, Go or Diversify LIVE event.
Small animal practitioners are faced with neoplasia regularly and clients are becoming more willing to consider treatment for pets with cancer. With the rapid growth of specialist oncology services, it can be hard to keep up to date with therapeutic recommendations.
AMR In Focus: NOAH - the association representing the UK animal medicines industry - has been working to promote responsible use of all animal medicines to ensure all animals have access to first class care in an effective, practical and sustainable way.
Following changes to the disease surveillance network in the UK, I wanted to collate some useful information from the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) highlighting what's available to you in your area.
Cytological and haematological analyses are an essential part of daily life as a small animal practitioner. Haematology samples are often run as part of routine profiles and in the majority of unwell patients. Cytological assessment of lumps and bumps and of any bodily fluid samples can provide diagnosis, enhancement of differentials and in some cases, the best treatment options for the patient.
25 May 2016 | Laboratory
Farm animals and the farm environment, where many of us spend our working days, can expose us to a wide range of differing risks. BVA’s Voice survey revealed that over half of farm vets suffered injuries at work within a 12-month period.
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