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Groundbreaking conference hailed a success

Groundbreaking conference hailed a success

  • 15/07/2019 14:27:00
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The University of Aberystwyth proved to be the ideal setting for the BSAVA’s Vets Cymru conference held on the 28-29 June 2019. The conference, spearheaded by the BSAVA Cymru/Wales Regional Committee working in conjunction with the Wales Veterinary Science Centre (WVSC), was the first event of its kind in Wales to offer both small and large animal CPD all under one roof.
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Vet Nurse Merit Award in Medical Nursing

Vet Nurse Merit Award in Medical Nursing

  • 28/06/2019 11:58:00
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The BSAVA Vet Nurse Merit Award in Medical nursing is a unique course aimed at newly qualified nurses and nurses wanting to expand their knowledge within the field of medicine.
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Anti-microbial resistance central to BSAVA’s new Welsh seaside CPD event

Anti-microbial resistance central to BSAVA’s new Welsh seaside CPD event

  • 12/06/2019 13:59:00
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Discussion sessions on large and small animal anti-microbial resistance will be central to BSAVA’s Vets Cymru, a new mixed practice CPD event to be held in Aberystwyth on 28 – 29 June 2019. The ‘think tank’ discussion sessions will be held twice daily on both days of the event to address the overriding concerns presented by this persistent veterinary conundrum.
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New BSAVA Summit to confront major issues facing veterinary profession

New BSAVA Summit to confront major issues facing veterinary profession

  • 12/06/2019 08:42:00
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BSAVA is launching a new event to tackle some of the potentially contentious clinical and non-clinical issues facing veterinary professionals. BSAVA Summit will take place over two days from 16-17 December 2019 at the Royal College of Physicians in London and will involve a series of high-profile keynote speakers and interactive workshops. Registration opens on 17th June 2019. The event will deliver CPD differently to other veterinary meetings, with most sessions run as facilitated workshops t...
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New JSAP review offers food for thought on raw diets

New JSAP review offers food for thought on raw diets

  • 07/06/2019 13:30:00
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The trend to feed raw diets to dogs and cats continues to generate debate amongst the veterinary profession, pet owners and commercial providers of these diets. The Journal of Small Animal Practice (JSAP) weighs up the pros and cons in this month’s issue.
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Apply for the 2019 FECAVA Travel Scholarship

Apply for the 2019 FECAVA Travel Scholarship

  • 22/05/2019 12:24:00
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The FECAVA Travel Scholarship encourages small animal veterinarians to appreciate the differences in veterinary life within other European cultures. The initiative allows two groups of small animal veterinary surgeons from different parts of Europe, to visit each other for a few days to observe practice life and ideally participate in a joint Continuing Education event. Please note that applications can only be accepted from FECAVA member countries.
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BSAVA’s PetSavers produces downloadable guides for dog owners

BSAVA’s PetSavers produces downloadable guides for dog owners

  • 21/05/2019 08:59:00
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PetSavers, part of the British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA), has introduced a new series of canine-focused online, downloadable guides to provide pet owners with reliable additional advice if their dog has been diagnosed with a specific veterinary condition. The initiative is part of BSAVA’s commitment to promote excellence in small animal practice.
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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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