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1CPD replaces the professional development record, and accompanies and facilitates a number of other CPD policy changes.

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David Hillier will be succeeded as chief executive by Stephen Clarke, former chief executive of WHSmith.

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The three webinars, developed by the VN Futures career progression group, will take place between February and June via The Webinar Vet.

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“The disciplinary process had been a salutary experience and he is very unlikely to pose a risk to animals in the future or to contravene professional standards” – RCVS disciplinary committee chairman Stuart Drummond.

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Individual membership is open to veterinary clinicians, VNs and veterinary rehabilitation professionals.

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Vets, VNs and students have until 31 January to share their views on issues affecting UK pets – with the chance to win an all-inclusive annual membership to The Webinar Vet for all entrants.

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Affected products do not fulfil the mandatory testing requirements at 24 months, says VMD.

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New range, available for cats and dogs, offers additional dispensing flexibility to practices and supports them in encouraging quarterly visits and compliance to health care plans.

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“I would like to reassure the profession that the fee rise is both a necessary piece of financial future-proofing and will also help fund current projects” – Lizzie Lockett, royal college chief executive.

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“Although around 70% of vet graduates are female, the number of practising female vets is more like 50%” – Eleanor Goad considers the gender imbalance in the profession and why it may exist.

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BVNA honorary secretary Gemma Reeve ponders what 2020 will bring to the profession.

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Ethylene glycol poisoning is extremely serious in cats and such cases are likely to increase in the winter months – Sarah Collins tells us more.

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Tax investigations should be avoided – they are not something that many welcome or would want to endure, as they are stressful and can be costly. And if HMRC finds misbehaviour, that taxpayer is bound to receive “special” attention in the future.

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