Lucie Goodwin

BVetMed DipACVIM MRCVS

Biography

Lucie Goodwin

Lucie graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2004 and spent the following two years working in a busy small animal hospital in Bristol. Having developed a love of internal medicine, she returned to the RVC in 2006 to undertake first an internship and subsequently a residency in small animal medicine. Following completion of her residency she returned to the West Country to work for the University of Bristol and Langford Veterinary Services as a teaching fellow and internal medicine clinician. Lucie worked at Langford for two and a half years, before taking a short career break to help establish the charity 'Brighter Bristol'.  Following this she worked as an Internal Medicine Consultant for Axiom Veterinary Laboratories before joining the BSAVA as Head of Education in June 2018.

Since qualifying, Lucie has also had experience of working within the veterinary charity sector and private referral hospitals. She is passionate about education and postgraduate support of vets. She is also interested in the development of evidence based veterinary medicine to establish best practice techniques.

Outside of work, she loves to travel and enjoys being creative. She continues to volunteer for charities in the Bristol area.

 

Council Member category

  • Elected: 2016 - 2020

 

Committee membership

  • Veterinary Nurses Council
  • Mind Matters Initiative Taskforce
  • RCVS Knowledge Board of Trustees

Declaration of interests

Directorships

Shareholdings

Consultancies

Appointments to other bodies

RCVS Knowledge - Trustee

Membership of other veterinary or allied organisations

  • BSAVA - Member
  • ACVIM - American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine - Member
  • SAMSoc - Small Animal Medicine Society - Member

 

Employment

June 2018 - current: British Small Animal Veterinary Association

Head of Education

Sept 2013 - June 2018: Axiom Veterinary Laboratories

Internal Medicine Consultant

Nov 2010 - June 2013: Langford Veterinary Services, University of Bristol

Teaching Fellow and Internal Medicine Clinician

Sept 2006 - August 2010: Royal Veterinary College

Rotating internship and residence in small animal internal medicine

Nov 2004 - July 2006: Highcroft Veterinary Group

Assistant Veterinary Surgeon

Locum positions in a number of small animal private practices (both primary and referral) and charity practice and university practice.

Qualifications (other than veterinary qualifications listed in the Register)

Interests relating to immediate family or close friends

Other relevant information

  • Member of the Labour party
  • World Wildlife Fund member
  • Born Free Foundation member