Fellowship of Animal Behaviour Clinicians has event planned for 6 April, with more on the way.1 mins
Award-winning explorer, researcher, presenter and best-selling author revealed as third keynote at BSAVA Virtual Congress.
New cases confirmed takes the total number of dogs hit by the lethal disease to 17 in less than two months.5 mins
Vets Now introduces scholarship fund as part of its commitment to encourage diversity.
A study supported by pet food company JustFoodForDogs analysed faecal output from beagles receiving four different diets.
RCVS Knowledge has updated and expanded its evidence-based veterinary medicine course with six ordered modules designed for veterinary professionals to build a solid foundation in the area.
Association represented on group pushing forward plans for more inclusion and diversity across professions.
Strategy covers training, vet and VN education, recruitment, retaining staff and culture change, with college and other bodies committing to drive it forward.
More than 1,000 members took part in survey that has helped shape “Lessons from lockdown: telemedicine is here to stay” and a practical follow-up session.
The seven students proved their knowledge in a range of topics and have embarked on their second year of training.
One-day course offering seven CPD hours aims to arm veterinary participants with more knowledge to empower owners.
The second edition of the book has been edited by Emma Gerrard and condenses knowledge from a range of BSAVA titles.
Open to all veterinary professionals sharing a passion for small animal medicine, the meeting is on 24 March.
The new nursing programme offers a broad range of courses to aid VNs in fulfilling their CPD requirements, and provide learning and development opportunities.
Survey run by Veterinary Woman and SPVS highlights impact, with 76% saying they are concerned about impact of menopause on health, life and work.
RVNs now have until 28 February to put themselves forward for nomination to council after just one candidate came forward following initial call.
Event organised by Burgess Pet Care and partners aims to be “a fantastic opportunity for vets to get involved; raise the profile of their practices; showcase their guinea pig expertise; and actively engage with their clients, communities and fellow practitioners online”.
Askham Bryan College’s veterinary nursing department is hosting its third annual congress on Monday 15 February, with 10 speakers lined up.4 mins
Don’t miss out on the next VN Times Happy Hour event all about clinics and campaigns, taking place on Thursday 28 January at 7pm.
Vetlife figures show almost 4,000 members of the veterinary community used the charity’s confidential helpline during 2020.