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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 | Research

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 workforce crisis part 4 - Why the focus on gender? Listing Image
Veterinary Diagnostic Practice and the challenge of Antimicrobial Resistance Listing Image
One Health Week: One Earth, the impacts of climate change Listing Image
BVA Members’ Day – Celebrating the profession Listing Image
5 reasons why you should apply to be on a BVA Committee Listing Image
Delivering antibiotic-use targets will take courage Listing Image
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BVA Welsh Dinner: a recent graduate's experience Listing Image
Test your knowledge on the In Practice website – online veterinary CPD Listing Image
British Veterinary LGBT: Charlotte’s story Listing Image

British Veterinary LGBT: Charlotte’s story

20 Feb 2017 | Dr Charlotte McCarroll | Research

The most challenging part was trying to hold on to my identity during some very tough personal times. There were great demands on my professional time, maintaining a high level of patient care in a very challenging environment and coping with a move away from everyone I had ever known.

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A world without animal feelings? Listing Image

A world without animal feelings?

08 Jun 2016 | Sean Wensley | Research

Would the veterinary profession still have a role if animals couldn’t feel? Possibly, but if to feel is the ability to consciously experience feelings such as fear, hunger, pleasure and pain, our role would be unrelated to animal welfare.

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