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Rossdales Veterinary Surgeons celebrates 60 years in practice with ‘Diamond Series’ CPD events

Rossdales Veterinary Surgeons, one of the largest independent equine veterinary practices in Europe, is celebrating 60 years of service to its clients and is hosting some unique ‘Diamond Series’ CPD events to mark this special anniversary.

RCVS provide reassurance over recent Council decision to review ‘under care’ and 24/7 cover

The RCVS acknowledge and address a number of concerns that have arisen amongst the profession following RCVS Council’s discussion last week that followed up queries raised during the previous debate in November, around the provision of telemedicine services, including remote prescribing

Everything Donkey

Alex Thiemann, Senior Veterinary Surgeon at the The Donkey Sanctuary talks to us about donkeys and what to expect from our upcoming course...

Making the most of equine nurses

BEVA council’s Allied Professionals committee have made new online resources available designed to promote the role of the equine nurse and make sure practices make the most out of the nurse roles. Neil Townsend tells us more...

What BEVA have been up to

Four months down and BEVA has been occupied with projects, politics, external events and internal activities... there’s certainly been no lack of opportunities for the Association to find things to do in 2019! David Mountford, our CEO tells us more...

RCVS Council agrees wide-ranging review of guidance on ‘under care’ and 24/7 cover

The Council of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) last week gave the go-ahead for a wide-ranging review of a number of key provisions of the supporting guidance to the RCVS Code of Professional Conduct, following ongoing discussions around trialling the development of telemedicine services, including remote prescribing, in UK veterinary practice.

In the (bike) saddle - balancing work and sport

Last weekend, three UK based equine vets represented Great Britain at the European Triathlon Union standard distance championships in the Netherlands. Vets Lucy Collins, Hani Milstein and Sam Morley swam 1500m, biked 40 km and ran 10km to cross the finish line. Sam reflects on the competition and his experience balancing sport and work.

Confirmed Flu cases Increase again during May

BEVA are reminding members to continue to keep an eye on the Animal Health Trust's Equiflunet for updates of confirmed cases of flu. 

Migration Advisory Committee recommends adding to shortage occupation list

The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has published its review of the shortage occupation list (SOL) today, adding veterinarians, web designers and architects.

Tattersalls July Sale 2019 - Equine Influenza (EI) Controls & Documentation

A notification of required documentation when taking horses to the forthcoming July Sale at Park Paddocks, issued by Tattersalls.

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