As part of a new process for selecting BVA Officers, we're seeking nominations for our new Electoral College and the post of JVP 2017/18
Subaru and BVA have teamed up to find the vet with the toughest terrain to cross in the course of doing their job in the UK, and loan them a Subaru Outback for six months.
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) today welcomed (18 October) the Welsh Government’s announcement of a new regionalised approach to eliminating bovine TB in Wales as part of the refreshed bovine TB Eradication Programme.
RCVS and BVA have sent a joint letter to the Prime Minister with their concerns over how Brexit, and its impact on EU migration, may affect the veterinary profession.
Over half of vets saw tortoises with weight loss or anorexia following their last hibernation, reveal the latest figures from BVA who have teamed up with the specialist BVZS and BSAVA to make sure hibernating pets have a healthy rest this winter.
Four Canine Health Schemes (CHS) scrutineers have been made Fellows of RCVS, awarded for outstanding contributions to the veterinary profession.
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We’re looking for our next Junior Vice President & 3 vets to sit on our new Electoral College–applications now open… https://t.co/FiUsfNrKCI
23 Oct at 14:01
Applications for 2017 overseas travel grants open soon. In the meanwhile take a look at past recipients's projects:… https://t.co/Y1zsbX2OkI
23 Oct at 12:30
Past president @JohnBla46387646 talks about his meeting with James Herriot - the vet who inspired so many #VetBlog… https://t.co/9dYYGAH4yc
23 Oct at 11:10
We & @RCVS_UK have sent an open letter to Theresa May regarding Brexit and EU vets https://t.co/28lI4UvsRp #Brexit https://t.co/7pJ7ODvgqW
23 Oct at 09:30
If you're enjoying a walk in the countryside this weekend, please keep your dog on a lead around livestock & horses https://t.co/RrZSmkHPbl
23 Oct at 07:45
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