BVA is calling on the UK Government to ensure existing animal health and welfare, public health, veterinary medicines, workforce, and environmental protection standards are at least maintained as part of negotiations on the UK’s exit from the EU.
To mark World Rabies Day (28 September) the British Veterinary Association (BVA) has announced that it is joining the global End Rabies Now campaign that aims to end the tens of thousands of human deaths each year from canine-mediated rabies by 2030.
BVA and ITN Productions' latest Veterinary View programme highlights the current trends and challenges facing the profession.
Small animal veterinary surgeon Gudrun Ravetz was today (22 September) announced President of BVA for 2016-2017.
The veterinary profession's combined focus on animal welfare and outward looking perspective is enabling successes far beyond the sum of its parts, outgoing BVA President Sean Wensley said in his final speech in Bristol today (22 September).
John Fishwick, Senior Lecturer and Head of the Department of Production and Population Health at the RVC, was today (22 September) elected Junior Vice President of BVA for 2016-2017 at BVA’s annual Members’ Day in Bristol.
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Our posters on responsible antibiotic use are perfect for vet student hall walls everywhere https://t.co/9giz4spopf… https://t.co/nHo9BiSPKL
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