The Vet Futures and VN Futures action plans will be launched at a summit on 4 July at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) in London.

Vet Futures report
The Vet Futures Report is the culmination of a year of engagement and research with the veterinary and veterinary nursing professions.

The RCVS/BVA joint project will discuss and debate the launch of the ambitious blueprints that aim to deliver continued sustainability.

Topics will include:

  • animal health and welfare
  • veterinary careers
  • sustainable businesses
  • one health
  • leadership
  • vets’ wider roles in society

Milestone

The event is the latest milestone in the project and follows the publication, in November last year, of the Vet Futures report “Taking charge of our future: a vision for the veterinary profession for 2030“.

Since its publication, the Vet Futures Action Group has been working to turn the report’s 34 recommendations into an action plan.

Meanwhile, the VN Futures project has launched and will showcase its own action plan at the summit.

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