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NEWS: The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons is now lead by a historic, all female presidential team
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NEWS: The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons is now lead by a historic, all female presidential team
In the UK, over 60% of Veterinarians are women and the majority of Veterinary students studying today are also female! Say goodbye to the old ‘James Herriot’ days and say hello to the new, more diverse side to the veteri…
October 12, 2021 • 70 shares
What is the difference between an
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What is the difference between an "RCVS Hospital" and a normal practice?
The ‘RCVS’ stands for the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. The RCVS set the standards across England for veterinary care, both ethically and clinically. All vets must be a member of the RCVS in order to practice as…
October 8, 2021 • 33 shares
Is the RCVS Practice Standards Scheme important?
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Is the RCVS Practice Standards Scheme important?
Choosing a Veterinary practice for the first time can be quite an overwhelming task. A quick search in your local area is likely to give you a wide selection of results to choose from. There can be lots of factors for yo…
July 15, 2021 • 36 shares
The restrictions on Veterinary Practices in the UK are going to be loosened
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The restrictions on Veterinary Practices in the UK are going to be loosened
There has been an announcement. The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons has announced that the restrictions on Veterinary Practices in the UK are going to be loosened. Let us consider what that might look like and what…
April 14, 2020 • 202 shares • 4 comments
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I want to be a vet or a vet nurse… what should I do?
Working as part of the veterinary team - whether as a vet or a vet nurse - is a very demanding, stressful, and incredibly rewarding job. However, as a result, both jobs are pretty competitive to get into! So, here are ou…
February 1, 2017 • 30 shares • 2 comments
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The veterinary profession: who's in charge?
Have you ever wondered what to do if you aren't happy with the actions of your vet? Most people realise that vets have codes of conduct and ethics that they need to adhere to, but how does this work in practice? What hap…
July 30, 2012 • 51 shares • 14 comments
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