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Lost animal made it back to the sea for the new year
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Chatter box Following the success of WSAVA's 'One Care' initiative in Asia, the organisation plans to extend it to new regions. The project has been running for three years and aims to improve standards of care in countries where companion animal practice is still emerging. Among other successes, in the past 12 months, One Care has seen the Veterinary Practitioners of Thailand develop its own hospital standards, and the Philippines Animal Hospital Association develop an animal welfare assessment framework.

One Care leader Dr Siraya Chunekamrai is planning an initiative with the Cambodian Veterinary Medical Association, which is keen to develop the profession in the country during 2017. Chatter box

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Warning over data protection laws
Warning over data protection laws

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Independent Vetcare acquired by EQT
Independent Vetcare acquired by EQT

Agreement signed to take over as principal investor
What is your practice culture?
What is your practice culture?

The importance of team engagement
RCVS reports recent practice burglaries
RCVS reports recent practice burglaries

Practices reminded to store controlled drugs securely
The importance of a social media policy
The importance of a social media policy

Employers are legally responsible for the actions of employees
New advisory fuel rates for company cars
New advisory fuel rates for company cars

Rates came into effect on 1 September
Identity thieves target the tech-savvy
Identity thieves target the tech-savvy

Prolific users of mobile and social technology are at greater risk, study finds
Business as usual in a changing world
Business as usual in a changing world

Collaboration evermore important during Brexit uncertainty
Pet passport errors 'on the rise'
Pet passport errors 'on the rise'

Stuart Ellis, VDS, reveals top 10 claims against vets
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NOAH Compendium 2017 out now

The 2017 edition of NOAH's Compendium of Data Sheets for Animal Medicines is now available and a free copy has been sent to every veterinary practice in the UK. The compendium is also available online and was launched as a smartphone app in November. If your practice has not received a copy, contact Amy Davis at NOAH: a.davis@noah.co.uk
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