12 Sep 2023
The World Veterinary Association strongly objects to international control of ketamine, as this could lead to ketamine being no longer available to veterinary and medical practitioners for clinical use.
8 Sep 2023
CFMV new podcast promises to transform your connection to the world of animal, environmental and human health
Brazilian CFMV is delighted to inform that it has recently launched a podcast called “CFMV Conecta & Transforma”, which translates into “CFMV Connects and Transforms”.
4 Sep 2023
WVA honours Japanese veterinarian with special “One Health” award as forerunner to new Global Veterinary Awards
The President of the World Veterinary Association (WVA), Dr. Rafael Laguens today presented Dr. Kurauchi with an honorary prize to recognise his personal efforts and that of the Fukuoka Prefecture to bring real meaning to the concept of One Health.
31 Jul 2023
WVA and the South African Veterinary Association (SAVA) are pleased to invite you to submit abstracts to be considered for selecfion for the final program at the 39th World Veterinary Associafion Congress! Submissions must be made via the online portal.
On 9th June 2023, the New South Wales Parliament established an inquiry into the veterinary workforce shortage in this Australian state to investigate workforce shortages across all aspects of veterinary practice, including small and large animal practice, government, academia, research, industry and pathology.
In the 1980s, the high financial burden of animal health service provision coupled with structural adjustment programs led many countries to hand over animal health services to the private sector. In many cases, governments retained control only over trade-relevant animal diseases and food safety.
5 Jul 2023
The 38th World Veterinary Association Congress (WVAC) was held from April 26 to 29, 2023, in Taipei, Taiwan. The congress was a great success due to the commitment and hard work of the local organizers, led by Dr David Tan, president of the Taiwan Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA)
The World Veterinary Association (WVA) supports the view that dog-mediated rabies is an entirely preventable disease and that veterinarians have a key role to play in eliminating this risk to human health, and animal health and welfare.
1 Jun 2023
BVA were excited to be back at the NEC Birmingham in May for the second BVA Live. Over the course of two days, more than 1400 delegates from across the veterinary professions gathered to hear from inspirational speakers, take part in thought-provoking debates and practical hands-on CPD, and explore a world-class exhibition.