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The Master of Companion Animal Clinical Science is a professional master’s programme for small animal practitioners. At the programme you will be introduced to the newest knowledge by leading international researchers and you will develop your skills in applying evidence-based clinical decision-making.
The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) calls on the Prime Minister to prioritise giving greater certainty to EU nationals working in the UK in the forthcoming Brexit negotiations. This follows the publication of an RCVS report looking at the impact of last year’s referendum vote on European veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses. The findings show that the lingering uncertainty around the right to work here is leading many to question seriously whether they should stay in the UK.Read more
Applications for the 2017 travel scholarship of the Federation of European Veterinary Companion Animal Associations (FECAVA) are still accepted.
The link between animal abuse and domestic violence was highlighted by Dr Freda Scott-Park, chairman of the Links Group
If you are a practising vet in a FECAVA member country and you fancy going to BSAVA Congress in Birmingham in April 2018 for free, you can now apply for the BSAVA Travel Scholarship.
FECAVA director for the Netherlands and member of the financial committee of the Federation of Veterinarians of Europe (FVE), Bob Carrière received thanks (and a mug!) for his input from the FVE president Rafael Laguens at the FVE general assembly, held in Tallinn on 9 and 10 June.
Celebrities, advertisers and the public must stop normalising flat-faced dogs’ health problems for the sake of animal welfare, said British Veterinary Association (BVA) President Gudrun Ravetz this morning on BBC Radio 4’s Today.
Problematic genetics and breeding of companion animals, the internet trade of pets and responsible ownership are all part of the ‘companion animal’ action plan currently being discussed by the FVE/UEVP working group on animal welfare.
“Profit should never take priority over animal health and welfare” stressed Monique Megens, FECAVA senior vice president and member of the joint animal welfare working party of the Union of European Veterinary Practitioners (UEVP) and the Federation of Veterinarians of Europe (FVE).