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Seeing practice in India

Seeing practice in India

  • 20/05/2019 14:46:00
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BSAVA member, Joe Tristram, of Highcroft Veterinary Referrals at the Longwell Green Veterinary Centre in Bristol, reports on a trip he made to Delhi to see companion animal practice in India.
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Recruitment and retention in the veterinary profession

Recruitment and retention in the veterinary profession

  • 15/05/2019 15:05:00
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The current situation of the veterinary workforce in the UK is a hotly debated topic. Issues such as Brexit, the shortage occupation list, legal roles of veterinary nurses, work-ready students, feminisation of the profession, work-life balance, and mental health have all been highlighted and discussed in the ‘debate’, ‘news/reports’ and ‘position’ parts of the Veterinary Record over the last year.
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BSAVA Library - make your voice heard

BSAVA Library - make your voice heard

  • 13/05/2019 16:24:00
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It has been a year since the BSAVA Library launched and we would like feedback from members on how it is fitting into study and practice. BSAVA members are encouraged to take part in the survey below, which should take no more than ten minutes to complete. As a thank you for your time, respondents can choose to enter into a prize draw, where ten winners will win a BSAVA manual of their choice.
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Nurses win big in RCVS Knowledge Awards

Nurses win big in RCVS Knowledge Awards

  • 13/05/2019 13:18:00
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Three individuals have been crowned ‘Knowledge Champions’ and one veterinary team the ‘Champion Practice’ in the 2019 RCVS Knowledge Awards, which this year recognise those who have implemented quality improvement (QI) in practice.
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Veterinary behavioural health guidelines survey

Veterinary behavioural health guidelines survey

  • 13/05/2019 11:55:00
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Lincoln Memorial University is inviting veterinarians who have experience of working in disaster situations, to complete a survey relating to the training and support received. The survey aims to assess the behavioural health impact of veterinarians in the response to medical, technical, natural and conflict disasters and its main goal is to identify gaps in current veterinary disaster behavioural health guidelines and protocols.
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BSAVA introduces CPD to help vets deal with suspected abuse cases

BSAVA introduces CPD to help vets deal with suspected abuse cases

  • 03/05/2019 11:59:00
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Incidences of non-accidental injury to small animals are on the rise but diagnosing them can be fraught with difficulties. To help veterinary professionals deal with suspected cases the British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) has teamed up with the Links Group to provide free CPD sessions to BSAVA members.
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