The National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) has produced two new videos talking about the many and varied roles it plays.
One video is targeted at those outside the animal medicines industry who are interested in the use of animal medicines. It highlights the role NOAH plays in regulating the animal health industry, dispelling myths and demonstrating the role medicines play in maintaining the quality of life of animals.
The other video is aimed at NOAH’s own member companies and outlines some of the successful initiatives with which NOAH has been involved and will be working on in future. It helps explain, for example, how NOAH represents its views in Europe and Westminster, keeps the industry up to date and provides a host of information through the animal medicines compendium.
Phil Sketchley, chief executive of NOAH, said: “Anyone who has an interest in how and why we use medicines to protect and cure our animals needs to know more about NOAH.
“We’re an information provider; a lobbying organisation; a self-regulatory authority – we have many roles and areas of activity. These videos help us to communicate about all the varied things we do.”
The films were launched at NOAH’s AGM and Annual Dinner on May 15 in London, and can be viewed on NOAH’s YouTube channel.