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New President for BVA Welsh Branch

BVA Welsh Branch has elected Ifan Lloyd as its new President at its AGM, held at Cardiff City Hall on 25 June 2019.


Collaboration is key for vets in Wales in unpredictable times ahead, says BVA

BVA President Simon Doherty has hailed the joint working that is helping the Welsh veterinary workforce to continue supporting high animal health and welfare outcomes in after Brexit and beyond.


Pioneering scientist with ‘unique window’ into minds of animals to headline BVA Congress

The pioneering American animal welfare scientist, bestselling author and autism spokesperson Dr Temple Grandin will share her unique insights into animal welfare within livestock handling facilities and the benefits of good stockmanship at the 52nd Wooldridge Memorial Lecture at BVA Congress during this year’s London Vet Show


BVA welcomes Scottish funding for Official Veterinarians

BVA has warmly welcomed the Scottish Government’s announcement that they plan to fund training for new Official Veterinarians (OVs) covering Essential Skills, Statutory Surveillance, and Tuberculosis Testing. They will also fund revalidation of Essential Skills and continue funding Tuberculosis Testing for existing OVs.


BVA seeks clarity on RCVS pledge to review guidance on telemedicine and remote prescribing

We've written to the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons to request clarification on their telemedicine review.


US professor urges UK not to dilute animal welfare standards in post-Brexit trade deals

An eminent American professor of large animal medicine has warned the UK not to dilute its high animal welfare standards for future trade deals with the US

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