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British Veterinary Association is the voice of vets in the UK. For 24/7 media enquiries: 07503190247, media@bva.co.uk
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BVA 13m
UK has some of the highest standards of - but are they good enough? Read this Q&A with Prof David Main and Prof Jim Reynolds ahead of their 5 June debate at
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Does your practice have a policy on metaphylaxis? Our position recommends that all practices develop a written policy or protocol on appropriate metaphylaxis and record clinical justifications for any such treatment
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Vets are well-placed to spot issues affecting . Our Scottish Branch works with local organisations to recognise issues & champion wellbeing for vets & clients in rural communities
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recent graduates: The local BVA will be hosting on Tuesday (21 May) for a Schedule 3 knowledge swap shop- a great opportunity to work through case and skills-based scenarios. There's free tapas too!
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BVA May 18
Vets frequently see puppies bred in poor conditions by irresponsible breeders. If you're thinking of buying a puppy, use the and always ask these important questions of the breeder first
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BVA May 18
We've teamed up with to launch a new UK-wide award celebrating inspirational vets in the first eight years of their careers. Applications are now open
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BVA May 17
That's great to hear! Thank you for joining us
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BVA May 17
Hope you soak in as much as possible before normal programming resumes
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BVA May 17
Is that sunshine we see in Scotland?
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Kathleen Robertson May 17
As Mental Health week draws to a close I thought I’d share my 5 minute time out from my computer!
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BVA May 17
has been supporting for over 100 years. Today, the Helpline is busier than ever, with a record 2,775 calls in 2018. Read how Vetlife supports the veterinary community and how you can get involved
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BVA May 17
Thank you for sharing the message
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AVS UK & Ireland May 17
We all know life as a vet student isn’t always plain sailing, especially at this time of year. Take a look at these top 10 tips from BVA this Mental Health Awareness Week Also, don’t forget are always there for vet students too - call them on 0303 040 2551
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BVA May 17
Many thanks for a great blog and as ever, for your support
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BVA May 17
Life as a vet student can get challenging. Take a look at these top 10 tips to help manage stress at school
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Amy Barstow May 17
BVA Herts YVN are celebrating Vet Nursing Awareness month with a Schedule 3 Knowledge Swap Shop with the fabulous at The Gate, St Albans at 7.30 on Tuesday 21st May with free tapas
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BVA May 17
" is a complex disease. Although skull shape remains an important risk factor, our study suggests that the status of ADAMTS3 should be considered as well" - research finds a genetic component to upper airways issues
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BVA May 17
Northern Ireland's new action plan champions the approach. We welcomes its emphasis on preventive measures, innovation and strengthening of links between research, policy and professional practice See our statement:
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London Vet Show May 17
In conjunction with , the London is delighted to introduce the very first Speaker in the Spotlight for 2019! Meet from who is presenting 2 sessions this year. Read more at:
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BVA May 16
For , manager Lisa Quigley reflects on the initiative's activities and successes over the past year and plans for the rest of 2019 and beyond
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