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On behalf of the Global Alliance for Rabies Control, we are happy to announce that the World Rabies Day 2017 will take place on 28th September 2017. FECAVA is kindly asking you to support to spread the message among your networks, as well as encouraging them to participate and share the events with GARC by registering at https://rabiesalliance.org/world-rabies-day/register. This year the theme is Rabies: Zero by 30, reflecting and supporting the global goal of zero deaths from canine-mediated rabies by 2030.
The Prime Minister has unveiled proposals for EU nationals who have lived in the UK for five years by a specific cut-off date to be given the chance to take up 'UK settled status’.
However, the British Veterinary Association, the UK’s leading body for the veterinary profession – which each year sees around 50% of vets registering to practise in the UK coming from overseas, mostly the EU - says the Prime Minister’s proposals fall short of providing the certainty that EU vets and vet nurses living and working in the UK deserve.
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
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.
The link between animal abuse and domestic violence was highlighted by Dr Freda Scott-Park, chairman of the Links Group
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.