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Chris Tufnell
20 July 2016

RCVS Day: a call to be proud of the profession, accolades for vets and VNs and how the profession can harness technology

In his maiden speech as our new President for 2016 – 2017, Dr Chris Tufnell called upon veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses to be proud of themselves as people who are committed to the welfare of animals in their care and to not be so hard on themselves.
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11 July 2016

Vet Futures Summit engages delegates in shaping the future

The first Vet Futures Summit saw around 120 people gather at the Royal Veterinary College in Camden, London, to hear how we, along with the British Veterinary Association (BVA) and British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA) have set out a blueprint for the future of the veterinary surgeon and veterinary nursing professions.
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11 July 2016

Confidential reporting line trial launched today

From today we will be trialling a confidential reporting line which will allow veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses and other members of the veterinary team to discuss concerns about colleagues on a confidential basis.
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24 June 2016

Statement on the outcome of the EU Referendum

A statement from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons regarding the outcome of the EU Referendum.
Examples of continuing professional development
17 June 2016

Six-week long consultation period on CPD now launched

Starting today (Friday 17 June) we will be engaging in a six-week consultation with both veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses concerning our continuing professional development (CPD) and lifelong learning policy. The consultation will run to 29 July.
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16 June 2016

College investing £225k to improve concerns process

Over the next six months we will be investing £225,000 in our Professional Conduct Department’s concerns investigation process in order to increase the speed at which concerns are either closed or referred, ensure that our service standards are met and reduce stress for the public and profession.
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14 June 2016

Office closed on Friday, 17 June

We would like to give you advanced warning that we will all be off site for a staff meeting on Friday 17 June, so the office will be closed, including the RCVS Knowledge Library.
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13 June 2016

Join us at our Annual General Meeting and Awards Day

All veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses are invited to attend this year’s RCVS Day which, this year, will be held at the Grade II listed art deco surroundings of the Royal Institute of British Architects in London.
A dog
10 June 2016

Council approves new ADR trial to start this autumn

This autumn we will be launching a new nine-month alternative dispute resolution (ADR) trial which will be administered by a law firm that runs the General Optical Council’s ADR scheme.
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23 May 2016

Dorset veterinary surgeon removed from the Register for animal welfare failings

The Disciplinary Committee of the RCVS has directed that the name of a Dorset veterinary surgeon be removed from the Register after she admitted animal welfare offences.
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