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Vets urged to admit adverse events

Vets urged to admit adverse events

Placed at 05-10-2017

 Practices can benefit by learning from human medicine and fostering a culture of openness where staff feel safe to admit and discuss their clinical near misses.


 

Non-UK vets ‘essential’ after Brexit, says CVO

Non-UK vets ‘essential’ after Brexit, says CVO

Placed at 05-10-2017

Profession can not operate without non-UK vets stresses the UK's chief veterinary officer Nigel Gibbens amid Brexit negotiations.

Weaning cats early ‘increases risk of aggression’ – research

Weaning cats early ‘increases risk of aggression’ – research

Placed at 04-10-2017

Studies have found cats weaned at 14 to 15 weeks old were significantly less likely to display aggression towards strangers than early weaned cats.
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FECAVA in Iran

FECAVA in Iran

Placed at 03-10-2017

Outgoing FECAVA president Jerzy Gawor meeting with colleagues

Flat-faced dogs: raising awareness

Flat-faced dogs: raising awareness

Placed at 02-10-2017

The battle continues! 
 

A new board for FECAVA

A new board for FECAVA

Placed at 28-09-2017

A new FECAVA board 2017-2019 was elected yesterday at the EuroCongress in Copenhagen.

Bojan Zorko wins WSAVA award

Bojan Zorko wins WSAVA award

Placed at 28-09-2017

FECAVA is proud to announce that former FECAVA Director Bojan Zorko from the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, received the 2017 WSAVA Award.

2017 FECAVA best reprint paper award

2017 FECAVA best reprint paper award

Placed at 28-09-2017

Viktor Szatmári from Utrecht University was the 2017 recipient of the FECAVA Best Reprint Paper award

Tiny De Keuster wins WSAVA award

Tiny De Keuster wins WSAVA award

Placed at 28-09-2017

FECAVA is proud to announce that Tiny De Keuster, co-founder of the Blue Dog initiative, received the 2017 WSAVA Global One Health Award.

2017 FECAVA best original paper award

2017 FECAVA best original paper award

Placed at 28-09-2017

Shailen Jasani from the UK was the 2017 recipient of the FECAVA Best Paper award, for his paper "Analgesia for the emergency/critical care patient: