The Bella Moss Foundation (BMF) has appealed for volunteers to help at BSAVA Congress from April 9 to 11.

Jill Moss (centre) with volunteers at a previous event.

The charity will be promoting its work with pet owners and professionals dealing with cross-species antimicrobial resistance (AMR), as well as launching a new clinical audit tool for veterinary professionals to use in practice.

It is searching for enthusiastic volunteers to act as communications officers to proactively represent the charity at its stand during congress, held in Birmingham.

In return, volunteers will have access to the full congress exhibition and the chance to work alongside some of the charity’s clinical advisors, including emergency and critical care VN and lecturer Louise O’Dwyer and veterinary academics, including the University of Edinburgh’s Tim Nuttall and the RVC’s David Lloyd.

BMF founder Jill Moss said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for any willing volunteers to be associated with a small, but mighty, charity that works across one health, with veterinary and medical professionals and with Government, and to play an important role in helping BMF spread its message of responsible use of antimicrobials and best practice to the very professionals on the front line of fighting AMR.

“Every week the charity receives enquiries from vets and nurses in practice looking for help on practice hygiene or an ongoing AMR case and we are able to provide free expert clinical advice; however, the charity is entirely run by volunteers and at times like Congress we are especially in need of more manpower to help us exhibit.”

For more information about BMF and to volunteer, visit or contact Ms Moss on 07860 879079.

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