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From the monthly archives: December 2009

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'December 2009'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

President 2010 speech

I would like to start my year as President by thanking the out-going President, Chris House, for his immense amount of hard work and for the dedication with which he has guided BEVA during “his” year. BEVA owes a huge debt of gratitude to Chris, not only for his work this year but for all of his work on BEVA Council for the best part of a decade now. During Chris’ year as President, BEVA worked frequently on welfare matters –an area of particular interest to Chris and something which is a core part of our mission statement. BEVA will continue to champion high standards of equine health and welfare in 2010, at a national level and also in collaboration with our sister equine veterinary organisations at an international level. Plans are underway to hold a pre-Congress welfare meeting in association with the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) in Birmingham in 2010. We are also developing plans for a BEVA- led meeting of international veterinary surgeons to address the problems surrounding the ...

BEVA Trust Research Fellowship in Equine Science

The BEVA Trust, the charitable arm of the British Equine Veterinary Association, is delighted to announce that it will be funding not only its largest project to date, but one that also has the potential to make a significant impact across the fields of education, veterinary science,  and equine welfare. The Trust will be funding a prestigious three-year Research Fellowship in Equine Science at the Selwyn College, University of Cambridge and the Cambridge Department of Veterinary Medicine. Selwyn College is delighted to collaborate with the Veterinary School in offering a promising researcher the opportunity to come to Cambridge University, and to improve the welfare of equids across the world. Selwyn College was founded in 1882, and has almost 400 undergraduate and postgraduate students, and 60 Fellows. It has a long commitment to the training of veterinary students, provides a lively environment for its veterinary students throughout their pre-clinical and clinical studies, and also has a strong research cu ...

BEVA Congress 2009 - Video Footage now available

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