Staff at University of Surrey School of Veterinary Medicine "blown away" by final-year students' reaction to pandemic disruption – and remain confident it won't stop them graduating.
Technology capable of delivering veterinary medicine remotely in a simple, yet highly effective, way has … more
‘Wave Goodbye to Pain’ campaign aims to highlight impact of pain relief in lame cattle and role it plays in improving recovery time.
Dogs' noses could be the latest weapon in identifying people with coronavirus.
Belief #4: A career in veterinary science doesn’t pay well Compared to many other professions, … more
Neil Hudson responds as constituent and fellow vet suggests “maybe it is time to walk the walk and see if our human medicine colleagues are up to the challenge of grappling with one health in the real world”.
Further supportive measures for veterinary students regarding extra-mural studies placements have been announced by the college in agreement with the Veterinary Schools Council.
“Our focus is on awarding work that can easily support future developments within the industry” – Michelle Townley, MSD Animal Health.
Temporary changes announced by the directorate in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic mean veterinarians can now delegate the retail supply of medicines to internet retailers or wholesale dealers for home delivery.
From now on, anyone wanting to buy or adopt a companion animal younger than six months will need to deal directly with breeder or recognised animal rehoming centre.
The resources page includes veterinary advice and updates, research references, and evidence reviews on relevant topics.
Almost 4,000 veterinary professionals have already registered their names to work on hospital wards in support of their colleagues in the NHS.
Vet Dyamics wants practices across the UK to feed in, and help create a better picture of the financial and business impacts of lockdown.
VetCT offers “no fee, no tie-in” support for frontline GP vets throughout April, with specialists worldwide lined up to provide round-the-clock service.
The Government’s advice is clear. We should not be leaving our houses for anything other … more
VBJ paid a visit to see Chris’ new building and find out how it produces … more
Vet sets up Facebook group for vets and nurses keen to help on the front line as NHS trusts start reaching out to animal health colleagues for assistance.
Veterinary community rallies together as the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown continues to bite, with XLVets sharing expertise.
Five feet of floodwater from the River Taff destroyed the nine-month-old £2 million facility during Storm Dennis, but staff are already set to open the doors for emergency cases.
Ian Wright, BVMS, BSc, MSc, MRCVS, is a practising veterinary surgeon and co-owner of the … more
Elanco swine symposium was due to be held in Portugal at the end of March, but is now running online as separate webinars on 7 and 8 April.
Organisers of VET Festival 2020 (5 and 6 June) confirm the event will not happen this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Spanish-based multinational with product portfolio in the UK making laboratory space at its headquarters available for test analysis work, and assisting with manufacture of ventilators.
Directorate changes its enforcement policy to assist in the continued supply of animal medicines during the national COVID-19 crisis.
RCVS issues warning to veterinary practices about the risk of break-ins by addicts trying to steal pharmaceutical drugs.
The half-price teleconsulting and virtual referral services will continue until the end of June, or as needed throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Full programme of speakers across three streams confirmed for online CPD event, with delegates urged to make at least a £30 donation via JustGiving page to NHS frontline.
vettimes.co.uk launches first ever user hub to allow people to share their experience of life in lockdown.
Animal health firm says practices wanting to limit face-to-face potential poisoning cases should use Veterinary Poisons Information Service or other resources first, and promote social media posts to homebound clients.
Associations, regulators, charities, the vet industry, and practices large and small are now working more closely than ever before and, just as importantly, vets and VNs everywhere stand shoulder to shoulder in the face of unprecedented crisis.