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RCVS updates COVID-19 guidance in light of Welsh 'firebreak'
26th October 2020
Guidance considers 'circuit breaks' and Tier 1,2 and 3 restrictions.
RCVS president to appear in Black History Month documentary
26th October 2020
Appearance is one of several this month highlighting diversity in the veterinary profession.
UK One Health Coordination Group names new chair
23rd October 2020
Helen Ballantyne selected for her experience in animal and human health sectors.
AMTRA/Harper Adams exams suspended until further notice
21st October 2020
Decision made 'in view of the evolving situation' surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.
AWF Student Grant Scheme opens for applications
20th October 2020
The Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF) is inviting applications to its 2021 Student Grant Scheme for innovative projects designed to impact animal welfare. The scheme welcomes proposals from undergraduates studying veterinary and animal welfare degrees, but students from other disciplines are also welcome to apply.

Grants will fund projects on animal welfare topics that are relevant to the veterinary profession and help develop the student's skills as a researcher. This year, the AWF is also accepting projects which are carried out alongside EMS so long as they are supervised. For more information and to apply, visit
RVC awarded funding to conduct COVID-19 research
16th October 2020
Project to identify ways of reducing transmission in traditional food markets.
RCVS seeks stories of effective innovation during COVID-19
16th October 2020
Project to showcase the novel ways the profession has adapted to the pandemic.
Social science-led projects receive funding to combat infectious disease
14th October 2020
Projects offer new perspectives on human and animal health challenges
RCVS further extends remote prescribing guidance
13th October 2020
Updated guidance contains additional safeguards concerning physical examination.
WSAVA welcomes its first female president
9th October 2020
Thai veterinary surgeon aims to 'increase inclusivity' in the profession
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