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Chatter box Nominations are open for the 2020 Petplan Veterinary Awards, a prestigious event that pays recognition to some of the UK’s most notable veterinary professionals.

“We have been recognising the brilliant work of the UK’s veterinary professionals through the Petplan Veterinary Awards for 21 years now and every year the standard of entries just gets higher,” said James Barnes, head of sales and partnerships at Petplan.

To nominate a colleague for the awards visit petplanvet.co.uk/vetawards, before nominations close on 16th January 2020. Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on 2 April 2020 in Birmingham. Chatter box

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BSAVA launches nursing case report opportunity

Successful candidates will present their case at Congress 2020
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BVNA Council election results revealed

Overall voter turnout less than five per cent
VN Futures Board appoints new chair

Racheal Marshall is the current chair of Veterinary Nurses Council
‘Exemplary’ nurse named VN Educator of the Year

Kira Sutcliffe honoured for her work training veterinary nurses
Nominations open for Blue Cross Veterinary Nurse of the Year award

Practices invited to put forward their ‘star nurses’
RCVS publishes new blogs on VN careers

Career case studies posted as VNAM comes to an end
BVA backs new veterinary nurse career pathways

New vet-led team concept reiterates the value of RVNs
VN Council approves advanced nursing qualifications

New certificate to offer ‘significant opportunities’ for VNs
RCVS Knowledge Award winners announced

Award recognises those who have implemented quality improvement
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BEVA survey seeks views about antibiotic use in horses

Equine vets are being invited to participate in a BEVA survey that aims to find out more about antimicrobial resistance in equine veterinary practice.

Designed by researchers at the University of Liverpool and incoming BEVA president Tim Mair, the survey aims to fill gaps in knowledge about how antimicrobials are being used in equine practice and the landscape of resistant infections encountered in equine practice.

Researchers hope the results will lead to a greater understanding of the role of antimicrobial treatment and antimicrobial resistance in horses and protect antibiotics for the future of equine and human health.

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