Rebecca Hubbard speaks to outgoing BSAVA president Patricia Colville during the association’s 2016 congress.

Dr Colville speaks briefly on a number of topics, including the highlight of her presidency, the launch of the association’s PDP resource and microchipping regulations. She also reveals the thing she’ll miss most about being involved in the day-to-day running of the BSAVA, while offering a word of advice to her successor, Prof Susan Dawson.

 

View your activity >

Leave a Reply

Be the First to Comment!

Notify of
avatar

wpDiscuz

related content

A shorter exhibition will allow a “pure focus” on CPD on the final day, says the association, offering “exciting new education opportunities” for delegates.

3 mins

The latest issue of the free-to-read European Journal of Companion Animal Practice is now available online, featuring interactive papers and podcasts, as well as veterinary app and book reviews.

3 mins

Manufacturer MDC has introduced a larger version of its Smart Oxygen tent to house popular brachycephalic breeds after it received regular requests from vets.

2 mins

The RCVS will be raising awareness of its Mind Matters Initiative and promoting the Practice Standards Scheme Awards at this year’s BSAVA Congress, it has said.

5 mins

More than 100 delegates came together at Wood Green in Cambridgeshire for a range of lectures and discussions on charitable veterinary care.

4 mins

The Bella Moss Foundation is looking for enthusiastic and outgoing volunteers to help promote its objectives and activity at BSAVA Congress this April.

3 mins