Trained COVID-19 detecting dogs will now start working when a four-month trial starts this week at Helsinki airport.
A new scholarship scheme aimed at improving diversity within the veterinary industry is being launched by one of Europe’s leading veterinary groups.
The veterinary profession is under more pressure than ever before. Many veterinarians suffer with work-related stress and burn-out, resulting in them leaving practice, many within a few years of graduating.
David Hillier has taken the decision to scale back his commitments to allow him to spend more time with his family.
All IVC Evidensia staff have been united in their grief towards the tragedy unfolding on the other side of the world. Many people across our group have been enquiring as to how we can collectively respond, specifically to the animal crisis that has arisen from the ongoing fires.
The annual European Veterinary Review has fast become an integral publication at IVC Evidensia, providing an opportunity to highlight the achievements the group has accomplished throughout the past year. It also delivers insights into the innovations that establish the group’s position at the forefront of veterinary care services.
IVC Group reveals a change of name and going forward will be known as IVC Evidensia following the release of its annual report. This is a unified outcome following the merging of IVC and Evidensia that took place in 2017. The update also includes a new brand identity created to better reflect the core values of the business.
Southern Counties Veterinary Specialists are proud to announce that they are now an official European College of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia (ECVAA) Satellite Training Centre.