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Archive for September, 2016

Changes made to RCVS Senior Team

Significant changes to the structure of the College’s Senior Team, which leads the organisation on a day-to-day basis, were agreed as part of a special meeting of RCVS Council on Thursday 29 September 2016.

Slough veterinary surgeon reprimanded for animal welfare failings

The Disciplinary Committee of the RCVS has reprimanded a Slough veterinary surgeon for misconduct after finding him guilty on all three charges of failing to provide adequate care for a dog in his care.

New alternative dispute resolution trial launched as Veterinary Client Mediation Service (VCMS)

On Monday 3 October 2016 a new alternative dispute resolution (ADR) trial, known as the Veterinary Client Mediation Service (VCMS) will be launched on a nine-month basis.

Supreme Petfoods sponsors new Rabbit CPD Company

Supreme Petfoods is sponsoring a new veterinary education company that will focus on rabbits only. LagoLearn will train vets, veterinary nurses and students on the specifics of rabbit medicine and …

Eradicating rabies is a public health necessity

The World Veterinary Association and the World Medical Association have joined forces to mark World Rabies Day (September 28) by calling for human rabies contracted from unvaccinated dogs infected…

Eradicating rabies is a public health necessity

The World Veterinary Association and the World Medical Association have joined forces to mark World Rabies Day (September 28) by calling for human rabies contracted from unvaccinated dogs infected…

Dozens of veterinary surgeons welcomed as new RCVS Fellows

The RCVS has welcomed 44 veterinary surgeons as new RCVS Fellows — the highest level of membership of the College – after they successfully applied under the new Fellowship initiative earlier this year.

Dozens of veterinary surgeons welcomed as new RCVS Fellows

The RCVS has welcomed 44 veterinary surgeons as new RCVS Fellows — the highest level of membership of the College – after they successfully applied under the new Fellowship initiative earlier this year.

Dozens of veterinary surgeons welcomed as new RCVS Fellows

The RCVS has welcomed 44 veterinary surgeons as new RCVS Fellows — the highest level of membership of the College – after they successfully applied under the new Fellowship initiative earlier this year.

Dozens of veterinary surgeons welcomed as new RCVS Fellows

The RCVS has welcomed 44 veterinary surgeons as new RCVS Fellows — the highest level of membership of the College – after they successfully applied under the new Fellowship initiative earlier this year.

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