The RCVS will be at the BEVA Congress at The ICC in Birmingham from 8-10 September to offer individual Practice Standards Scheme (PSS) surgeries and discuss developments at the college.

The ICC Birmingham will be home to BEVA Congress from 8-10 September 2016. Photo © Elliott Brown. Licensed under CC BY 2.0.

PSS assessor Malcolm Whitehead will be available on the Friday and Saturday for free 20-minute individual surgeries to assist those thinking of joining the scheme, facing an inspection or applying for an award.

Visitors to the stand will be able to take part in the Practice Standards Awards game and be in with a chance of winning a Fitbit Alta.

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Staff from the RCVS will also be on hand to answer questions about a range of different projects and initiatives, including:

Contact Alicia Menendez-Buick ( or visit the RCVS stand (B34) to arrange a PSS surgery.

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