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Skip to content Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Setting, upholding and advancing the educational, ethical and clinical standards of veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses. Find out more VetGDP ...

Diversity and Inclusion Group Strategy

Skip to content Diversity and Inclusion Group Strategy We launched our Diversity & Inclusion Group (DIG) Strategy on 17 February 2021, setting out how we will work to help create veterinary ...

RCVS Diversity and Inclusion Group Strategy

Skip to content RCVS Diversity and Inclusion Group Strategy 17 February 2021 Report - 7524kb PDF Our Diversity & Inclusion Group (DIG) Strategy sets out how we will work to help create veterinary ...

Statement of intent

Skip to content Statement of intent We need diverse and inclusive veterinary professions, where everyone can flourish and be themselves, both professionally and personally. Bias, discrimination and ...

Welcome from the Chair

Skip to content Welcome from the Chair Dr Niall Connell The RCVS set up the Diversity and Inclusion Group (DIG) in 2019 to work with stakeholders from across the veterinary team to ensure that the ...

About the DIG

Skip to content About the DIG The RCVS Diversity and Inclusion Group was set up in 2019 and reports to the RCVS Advancement of the Professions Committee. Its membership includes RCVS Officers, Council ...

Diversity statement

Skip to content Diversity statement Dan Makin Members of the DIG, and the RCVS more widely, have agreed to the following diversity statement: In our work to enhance society through improved animal ...

Workstreams

Skip to content Workstreams Navaratnam Partheeban To make a real difference, we need to acknowledge that concepts about the veterinary profession and what it means to be a vet, are built in children’s ...

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