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From the monthly archives: May 2015

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'May 2015'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

Inclusion of RCVS number on Schedule 2 and 3 Prescriptions

Amendment to Misuse Of Drugs Regulations

RCVS launches recruitment process for new Practice Standards Scheme Assessors

Scheme Will Be Relaunched Later This Year

New protection for horses as fly-grazing act comes into force

The Control of Horses Act 2015 makes changes to the law

94% of British public says “We trust you, you’re a vet”

Puts vets above GPs, dentists and head teachers

Levy Board Publishes 2015/16 Business Plan with Projected Income Forecasts

Reduction of £4million in Expenditure

Peer submits ‘Veterinary Nurses (Protection of Title) Bill’ to House of Lords

Lord Tress Submits Bill

Veterinary medicines review must put investment in innovation first

Current EU veterinary medicines review lacks focus on ROI for innovative companies, argues IFAH-Europe's Rick Clayton.

BEVA Trust vets support horse charity projects

Two Pilot Projects This Month

Sweden added to list of racing nations exempt from pre-race sampling requirements of international runners

Sweden joins Ireland, France and Germany as the nations whose runners in Britain are treated in the same way as British-registered horses

Time to simplify complex EU animal medicine rules

Cutting the red tape surrounding veterinary medicines will free up resources and bring new innovation, argues Rick Clayton of IFAH-Europe.
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