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How to survive a no deal Brexit: a guide for vets Listing Image

How to survive a no deal Brexit: a guide for vets

05 Feb 2019 | Sally Burnell | Overseas

The news headlines are filled with reports of organisations ramping up their preparations for the UK to leave the EU on 29 March without a deal. While the future remains unclear, BVA has developed an 8-point plan of practical steps to help vets prepare themselves and their clients for a no deal Brexit.

One Health Week: One Earth, the impacts of climate change Listing Image
Winners of the BVA Veterinary Photographer of the Year 2018 announced Listing Image
What is the disease risk from imported dogs? Listing Image

What is the disease risk from imported dogs?

12 Sep 2018 | Gudrun Ravetz | Overseas

Many pet owners have written in over the past few days to share concerns regarding our advice against importing stray dogs from abroad. Here we’ve compiled answers to some of the most common questions we have been posed regarding disease risk.

Trojan dogs – do you know the risks of rehoming a stray dog from abroad? Listing Image
Agriculture after Brexit… where next for Northern Ireland? Listing Image
Disease surveillance - animal health and the border in Ireland Listing Image
Vets need islands, like islands need vets Listing Image

Vets need islands, like islands need vets

20 Feb 2018 | Charlotte Clough | Overseas

Vets are to be found providing vital services across even the most remote and inaccessible of the smaller, inhabited British Isles and are an essential part of island life. They are one of the key pieces in the jigsaw of services that make these unique island communities remain viable.

Busy with Brexit: An update on BVA policy work Listing Image
Cows, coffee and culture: A month in Ethiopia Listing Image
Brexit through the eyes of a Spanish vet: 6 months on Listing Image
A strong veterinary voice in the House of Lords Listing Image
How to succeed in the UK as a non-UK vet Listing Image

How to succeed in the UK as a non-UK vet

26 Jul 2017 | Luis Sainz-Pardo | Overseas

Working as a non-UK vet in the UK can be a rewarding professional experience - however, it can also be daunting and stressful. Luis Sainz-Pardo explains how the unique course: How to succeed in the UK as a non UK vet, will teach you the skills to have a successful career in the UK.

Making vets' voices heard on Brexit Listing Image

Making vets' voices heard on Brexit

02 May 2017 | Gudrun Ravetz | Overseas

Whatever your vote in the EU referendum last June, the result came as a shock to most of us! At the forefront of this was the personal impact the referendum outcome had on our EU colleagues living and working in the UK, who make a vital contribution to the UK veterinary workforce and who were, overnight, facing the uncertainty of their status being used as political bargaining chip in Brexit negotiations. 

Bringing vets and VNs together for a Brexit roundtable Listing Image

Bringing vets and VNs together for a Brexit roundtable

02 Mar 2017 | Sally Burnell | Overseas

Since we all woke up on 24 June (which happened to be my birthday!) to the news about the EU referendum, everyone at BVA has been considering the impact Brexit will have on our members, on animal health and welfare, on public health, and on the wider medical and scientific communities.

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