IVC Evidensia has used the opportunity of the London Vet Show 2022 to highlight its ambitious initiative to offer more support for vets and vet nurses, whichever organisation they work for within the profession, to easily report online incidences of non-accidental injuries (NAIs) of animals, in a bid to help tackle domestic abuse.
Established in 2021, the IVC Evidensia Positive Pawprint strategy outlines our commitment to set and share new standards of sustainability in animal health.
With the continuing goal of developing leaders within the veterinary industry and being a great place for career advancement, IVC Evidensia has launched a new cross-company leadership development programme to equip emerging leaders with the tools they need to thrive in senior veterinary roles and help support their teams in delivering on our purpose of healthy animals, happy owners.
Working together with a number of UK veterinary companies on a One-Health initiative, IVC Evidensia is promoting the need for safe disposal of antibiotics.
Close to 1,000 veterinary professionals from across the globe will assemble for a sell-out conference on emergency and critical care hosted by organisers Vets Now.
A Wrexham vets has become IVC Evidensia’s first Positive Pawprint partner clinic. Rhyd Broughton Vets are in the vanguard of the new sustainability strategy, with IVC Evidensia using its leading role within the industry to drive changes that can make a real difference.
On Tuesday 18 October, IVC Evidensia held its third successful Referral Summit for colleagues across the Group focusing on the theme of team communications during an afternoon that brought Diplomates, Residents, Advanced Practitioners, National Specialists and many more of our talented people together.
Today IVC Evidensia announces that Simon Smith, currently Group MD and Acting CEO, has been promoted to take up the role of CEO permanently.