“Massive hole” left in practice after Essex Veterinary Society president dies in road collision while cycling to work.4 mins
Winner of the BVA’s new award spoke of her delight before giving Vet Times Live an exclusive video interview at London Vet Show.
AnimalhealthEurope pledge pinpoints 2025 for the delivery of 25 clear, measurable global actions to improve the prevention, detection and treatment of disease, and delivery of new vaccines.
Former head of surgery at the University of Cambridge Department of Veterinary Medicine joins Grove Referrals in Norfolk.
Removal of a grossly enlarged kidney by an RCVS specialist in small animal medicine (internal) gives feline youngster a new chance of life.
The association, along with its official research publication the Equine Veterinary Journal, is offering practical support and enhancing knowledge during European Antibiotic Awareness Day.
Event aims to bring the world’s leading emergency and critical care experts together in one room to share their knowledge with vets and VNs.
New artificial intelligence could help diagnose dogs suffering from chronic pain and identify facial changes associated with Chiari-like malformation.
“Treating patients on a limited budget” will be the theme for the only veterinary congress to be held in the south-west of the UK.
Vets use minimally invasive technique – known as percutaneous transvenous coil embolisation – to perform corrective procedure on cavapoo. Includes video content.
European and RCVS specialist has now become the first clinician to pass stringent examinations to earn a diploma in radiation oncology, too.
“We know there is cross-party support for many of the animal welfare measures in our manifesto… but we need to see a real commitment to action” – BVA president.
The series, which has been designed in response to a member survey conducted earlier this year, will deliver CPD at a time convenient to members.
More than 14,500 vets responded to the FVE European Veterinary Profession Study, designed to identify changing trends since an original FVE survey conducted in 2015.
New BVA document highlights that vets have an integral part to play in the One Health agenda.
RCVS says “it was clear” vets and VNs could benefit from additional guidance and greater clarity around some of the terms and language in the schedule.
Examples were found of new graduates who value their client-oriented skills, but still couldn’t shake the feeling a “better vet” would offer a more academic or specialist approach to cases.
Online course teaches how to recognise the 24 behaviours indicating pain in the ridden horse.5 mins
The new policy, delivered by trusted practitioners and supported by Government, would enable vet-led teams to access all the tools required to tackle the disease.
Linnaeus Group-backed Cave Veterinary Specialists is eventually hoping to expand residencies to other disciplines, including internal medicine.