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Voting opens for RCVS Fellowship Board Chair

Voting has now opened in the 2019 RCVS Fellowship Board election with Fellows invited to vote for their preferred candidate for Fellowship Chair.

DC reprimands Midlands-based vet for alcohol-related incidents

The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) Disciplinary Committee has issued a reprimand and warning as to future conduct to a Midlands-based veterinary surgeon for serious professional misconduct in relation to drink driving convictions and being…

Call for volunteers to help test new CPD recording platform

The RCVS is calling for veterinary surgeons and nurses to volunteer to take part in a testing group for the College’s new continuing professional development (CPD) recording platform which is currently in development.

RCVS Fellowship launching a new Directory of Fellows

The RCVS will be launching a new online Directory of Fellows at Fellowship Day on 20 September 2019.

DC to meet twice in August

The Disciplinary Committee of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) will be holding two hearings in August 2019.

College heads north for Countryfile Live 2019

The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) is delighted to be exhibiting at BBC Countryfile Live 2019 for the fourth consecutive year and for the first time that it is being held in North Yorkshire.

Privy Council partially upholds appeal against decision to remove vet from the Register

The Privy Council has partially upheld and partially dismissed an appeal submitted to it by Dr Gerhard Schulze Allen against a decision by the RCVS Disciplinary Committee in January 2018 to direct that his name be removed from the Register.

Pioneering vet and researcher to speak at Fellowship Day

A veterinary surgeon who is also the award-winning developer of one of the most common anaesthetic drugs has been announced as the guest speaker at this year’s RCVS Fellowship Day.

DC suspends Leicester vet for kicking and stamping on dog

The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) Disciplinary Committee has suspended a Leicester-based veterinary surgeon from the Register for four months, after he was found guilty of kicking and stamping on a dog that had bitten him.

RCVS warns against employing bogus vet with animal cruelty convictions

The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) is warning the veterinary profession not to employ Jayson Paul Wells who has fraudulently practised as a veterinary surgeon in the UK and who has pleaded guilty to a number of animal cruelty charges.

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