The World Veterinary Association (WVA) is the world’s largest family of veterinarians, as well as the common voice for them all. Representing more than 500,000 veterinarians through 95 veterinary member associations on six continents, the WVA unites the veterinary profession at a global level. The WVA supports the work of veterinarians in diverse areas of medicine, research, practice, and outreach and is guided by its belief in One Health, which recognizes that humans and animals share the natural environment and create harmony with and for each other. The WVA envisions that collaboration between the veterinary profession and other professions can ensure that humans, animals, and the environment prosper together.
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Conference: Small Animal Diagnostics and Infectious Diseases
Conference: Small Animal Diagnostics and Infectious Diseases Lecturers: Jane Sykes & William Vernau
17 Nov - 18 Nov 2018
19 Nov - 20 Nov 2018
Nominations Deadline for WVA Animal Welfare Awards: 30th . . .
Here after, the link to WVA/Ceva new promotion video for the WVA Animal Welfare Awards 2019:
Last chance! WVAC2019 Abstract submission closes Thursday, . . .
Submit your abstract now
WVA’s Experience and Supportive Tools to promote Prudent . . .
On 30th October 2018, WVA representative, Dr Zeev Noga participated at the 2nd OIE Global Conference on Antimicrobial Resistance
WVA Fact sheet on Animal Welfare - Farmed Fish Production
The WVA Working Group on Animal Welfare is preparing a number of fact sheets aiming to provide a short and concise document in easy language about a specific global Animal Welfare issues
ELIMINATION OF DOG-TRANSMITTED RABIES BY 2030 TARGETED
The total elimination of dog-transmitted human rabies by 2030 has been called for in a joint statement by the World Veterinary Association (WVA) and World Medical Association (WMA).