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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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The workforce crisis part 2- it’s not about millennials or women, writes our Junior VP on the back of findings of our study with Join us for a discussion on this important study at (15 Nov, from 9.30am)
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Melissa Donald 9h
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Bristol University 10h
New study by sheds light on medicine storage practices & calls on UK vets to work with farmers to remove expired & incorrect medicines & dispose them appropriately
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Gwen Rees 11h
Together with & we are calling for vets in the UK to work together with their farmer clients to remove expired and inappropriate veterinary medicines from farms and dispose of them appropriately. 2/2
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It's World Antibiotic Awareness Week (12-18 Nov)! Vets and vet nurses: have you seen our 7-point plan poster on responsible use? Why not download and display the poster in your practice for ?
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University of Exeter News 14h
Researchers at the have been working with as part of the Vet Futures project to explore confidence and motivation levels within the profession.
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BVA 14h
Great to see prime time Italian TV coverage on the problems associated with extreme breeding, with our Jr VP talking to about BVA's campaign
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EdVet 15h
It’s antibiotic awareness week! Antibiotic resistance is a hugely important issue at the moment for both human and animal medicine so it’s good preparation to stay up to date! Keep an eye out for more posts this week!
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Sean Wensley Nov 10
'It is time to change the workplace culture.' This report, & the words & actions that follow - incl this great blog from JVP - is so important. Groundswell & momentum for healthier practices, satisfaction, retention will build.
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BVA 16h
Without , we won't be able to treat simple infections in humans and animals. Take a look at what vets are doing to
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BVA Nov 11
Vets and vet nurses: have you seen our 7-point plan poster on responsible use? Why not download and display the poster in your practice for and (12-18 Nov)?
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BVA Nov 11
This video shows why a puppy should never be bought on impulse. Use the & ensure relevant health tests have been carried out when getting a dog
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BVA Nov 11
Our Jr VP calls for a culture change in the profession to tackle the workforce crisis, following the publication of our joint study with today
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BVA Nov 10
Are you aware? Our poster is perfect for GP and practice waiting rooms everywhere
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BVA Nov 10
Hands up if you're going to next week! Look forward to seeing you all - come visit us at stand K59 and if you're a BVA member pop in for a packed programme!
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BVA Nov 10
Day-to-day experiences in practice, including feeling valued by colleagues and having role models, have the strongest impact on vets’ motivation to stay in the career, our joint survey with reveals
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Lizzie Lockett Nov 10
talking to GA this morning, on behalf of , about veterinary challenges faced due to Brexit, especially in public health & around potential increased requirements for certification in event of a no-deal situation.
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Vet Record Nov 10
5 days to go until the . We’re looking forward to meeting you at booth K59!
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BVA Nov 10
Poorly bred puppies can suffer from a range of health problems and behavioral issues. If you're thinking of getting a dog, speak to your local vet first and use the to avoid puppy farms &
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