Latest figures reveal a 20% year-on-year drop in the number of vets removed from the register for non-payment of their annual renewal fee.4 mins
Bristol first-year veterinary student Ella Briscoe has become the 50,000th registered user of veterinary knowledge site WikiVet.
The Royal Veterinary College is joining forces with Aberystwyth University to deliver a veterinary medicine programme tailored to the needs of animal health and welfare in Wales.
Stress and long working hours have been pinpointed as major factors, forcing young vets to rethink their career options, which delegates will discuss at the inaugural BVU conference.
Veterinary professionals are being urged to have their say as one of the largest and most comprehensive insights into pet well-being gears up for its 2016 campaign.
Vets and veterinary nurses are invited to attend this year’s RCVS Day, which will be the last official engagement for RCVS president Bradley Viner.
On 23 June the UK will vote to decide whether to remain in or leave the European Union, and Veterinary Times has approached key opinion leaders in the industry for their thoughts.
CVS is aiming to add bereavement support advisors across all of its UK practices.
An increasing number of student vets realise they made a mistake in career choice, but feel trapped and under pressure to complete their degree, according to the head of learning at the Royal Veterinary College.
Vets can find out more about the first national scheme to eradicate bovine viral diarrhoea in England via a BCVA webinar.
David Cameron has praised a pioneering vet for “undoubtedly changing the fate of scores of vulnerable animals”.
A range of online clinical training courses for veterinary professionals has been launched by Improve International.
Pet owner ignorance is fuelling the illegal online sale of POM-V products and vets hold the key to help solving the problem, according to the Veterinary Medicines Directorate.3 mins
A programme to help veterinary professionals understand how evidence-based veterinary medicine can be achieved in practice is to launch in June.
The RCVS disciplinary committee has directed the name of a Dorset veterinary surgeon be removed from the register after she admitted to animal welfare offences.
Vets and farmers have been warned against complacency about blowfly strike after two cases were reported in West Sussex.
Two veterinary associations have reiterated their call for mandatory CCTV cameras in slaughterhouses and legislation to ensure vets have unrestricted access to the footage.
Vets can get a solid grounding in contemporary animal welfare issues via two WSAVA online training modules.
The RCVS has today announced the results of its 2016 RCVS council and VN council elections.
The BSAVA has created a flexible online resource for vets to develop their practices’ professional and business skills, including integration of new graduates.