Following the BVA London dinner, Angelos Angelidis reflects upon his experience of the evening and the importance of bringing different stakeholders within the profession together.
Latest from our blog
Looking for a specific article?
One year on since we published our position paper on animal health and disease monitoring, BVA Policy Officer, Hayley Atkin, looks back on how our recommendations have progressed over the past 12 months.
Considering the wider determinants of welfare – a comprehensive approach to the welfare of livestock during transport
With growing media interest and political appetite to make improvements to animal transportation, BVA Senior Vice President, John Fishwick, unpacks why it is important to holistically consider the impact of all aspects of transport on animal welfare.
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.
The collaborative research project between the University of Exeter and BVA on workforce issues in the veterinary profession has prompted many questions. In this blog researcher Chris Begeny will explain why their team framed their study with 'Mark' and 'Elizabeth'.
Dogs Trust Veterinary Director, Paula Boyden, explains the work of Dogs Trust in investigating abuses of the Pet Travel scheme to illegally import puppies for sale, and examines how Brexit could provide us with the opportune moment to tackle the illegal trade.
BVA Policy Officer, Hayley Atkin, explains why we are encouraging vets and advertisers to think holistically about how images of pets may be perceived, and what vets can to do promote the responsible use of pets in advertising.
With One Health being such an important concept for the future of veterinary medicine, it is vital that students are introduced to this idea during their time at university. As the University of Liverpool welcomed the National Student One Health Conference 2018, vet student Laura Turner shares her highlights.
Gudrun Ravetz asks why, as an evidence-based profession, do we not show the same evidence-based transparent approach to how we value and pay our employees.
Looking for a new job?
Vet Record Careers is a job site dedicated to listing the latest job vacancies for veterinarians.
Equine veterinary jobs across the UK. These jobs are updated daily.
Veterinary jobs working with farm and large animals across the UK. These jobs are updated daily.
Veterinary jobs working with companion animals across the UK. These jobs are updated daily.
Want to join BVA?
Get tailored news in your inbox and online, plus access to our journals, resources and support services.Join Us Today