14/08/2018

Australian Veterinarian to Receive 2018 WSAVA, Hill’s ‘Next Generation’ Veterinary Award

Dr. Guyan Weerasinghe, an Australian veterinarian working in small animal practice and as a state government veterinary officer, has been announced by the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) and Hill’s Pet Nutrition as the winner of the 2018 Next Generation Veterinary Award.  The award acknowledges the work of a veterinarian who graduated within the […]

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30/07/2018

RCVS recognised as one of the top UK workplaces for women

The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) has been recognised as one of the best workplaces for women by the Great Place to Work Institute. The RCVS was ranked the 7th in the medium-sized company or organisation category (50 to 449 employees) of the Best Workplaces for Women initiative. This year is the first that […]

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29/05/2018

AFSCAN Announces 2018 Research and Studentship Awards

Dr Willy Mwangi The African Small Companion Animal Network (AFSCAN), a project supported by the World Small Animal Veterinary Association’s (WSAVA) Charitable Foundation, has announced the recipients of the 2018 AFSCAN Research and Studentship Awards.  Now in their third year, the Awards promote small animal clinical research relevant to the African continent and facilitate the […]

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18/04/2018

SPVS and VMG are holding a one-day course, The Consulting Nurse, in Betchworth near Gatwick on 17th May 2018

Brian Faulkner will share top tips from his vet consultation courses reworked for nurses and, together with Clare Hemmings, consider the content, design and marketing of nurse consultations. Brian will look at the different types of nurse consultation and explore common issues and the communication strategies which will deal with each. The theory is brought […]

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17/04/2018

Hope springs eternal for Blue Cross April

April Blue Cross is hoping that April’s namesake month will prove to be her lucky charm. The little chestnut pony was battling the odds for survival when she was taken in by the animal welfare charity as a pitifully underweight, parasite-infested yearling. Now, three years on she has a spring in her step and is […]

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