Professions invited to attend focus group on developing a curriculum for ‘GP specialist’ training

This focus group, which takes place on Friday 3 May 2024 between 9.30am and 4.30pm at the Woburn House Conference Centre, will concentrate on the first of the VCCP’s three workstreams which is the development of a veterinary specialty training programme in primary/ general care.

Proposal to make a market investigation reference into veterinary services for household pets in the UKCMA consultation

Today, 12 March 2024, the CMA has announced it intends to laumch a marked investigation into veterinary services.

British Society of Toxicological Pathology

BSTP is offering online education programmes in Digestive System (February 20-29, 2024) and Urinary System (9-18 July).

RCVS launches largest and most comprehensive study of the UK veterinary sector

The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) is launching its Surveys of the Professions, the largest and most comprehensive study of the UK veterinary sector, which will be used to inform strategy and policy for years to come.

RCVS Academy launches new course to support veterinary professionals with client confidentiality issues

The RCVS Academy, a free digital learning platform for the veterinary professions, has launched ‘Client confidentiality,’ a new course which offers support and guidance to the veterinary team for situations where they feel it’s necessary to disclose confidential information without a client’s consent.

Open and member meeting for vet specialists: 1 February 2024, 5pm

Find meeting link in our member forum or email info@yourvetspecialists.org for more information

BCVSp meet with RCVS

For minutes of a meeting held with RCVS on 25 October, go to the reports section on the hub…..

Call for new trustees

BCVSp is looking for volunteers to join the trustee board.

CMA launches review of vet sector

The CMA is opening a review of how veterinary services are bought and sold amid concerns that pet owners may not be getting a good deal or receiving the information they need to make good choices.

Advice from VDS regarding visiting residents and vets

Many specialists regularly host residents and diplomates from other countries seeking to expand their clinical experience and knowledge.