08/03/2019

Vet and nurse team to host a double session on rabbit gastric stasis at BSAVA congress

Gut stasis in the rabbit is one of the most common presentations in practice and needs to be both treated as an emergency and prevented through owner education. The vet and nurse have important roles to play in ensuring optimal treatment, nursing care and reducing the likelihood of recurrence. RCVS Recognised Specialist in Zoo and […]

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29/10/2018

New European-wide Postgraduate Qualification in Advanced Small Animal Medicine Launched by Improve International

An accredited General Practitioner Advanced Certificate (GPAdvCert) in Small Animal Medicine has been launched by Improve International aimed at veterinary professionals across Europe who wish to advance their knowledge and diagnostic skills, progress their academic qualifications and gain recognition in their field. It follows the successful launch of Improve’s first GPAdvCert in Small Animal Orthopaedics […]

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27/09/2018

BVRA conducts first survey of veterinary receptionists salary

The British Veterinary Receptionist Association (BVRA) recently polled its members as part of its first salary and benefits survey.* It has found that most receptionists love their job but many are dissatisfied over levels of pay. The results show that veterinary receptionists generally rate their job satisfaction as ‘high’, with 9% even claiming their job […]

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29/08/2018

Molly Varga set to give talk on a common emergency at London Vet Show

RCVS Recognised Specialist in Zoo and Wildlife medicine and Head of the Exotics Service at Rutland House Veterinary Referrals, Dr Molly Varga BVetMed DZooMed MRCVS Gut stasis in the rabbit needs to be treated as an emergency, yet it’s also a very common presentation. RCVS Recognised Specialist in Zoo and Wildlife medicine and Head of […]

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14/08/2018

Zoetis Supports Veterinary Extramural Studies With Recognition Awards

Zoetis Ltd has shown its support for the extramural studies programme at the University of Bristol by providing awards in recognition of the contribution practices make and the commitment shown by vet students and vet nurses. The awards, comprising academic book vouchers, were presented at the University’s RCVS ceremony after graduation earlier this month. Fiona […]

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