23 March 2016
We have produced new guidance for both veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses on the compulsory microchipping regulations for dogs, which will come into force in England, Scotland and Wales next month.
11 March 2016
We will be at the British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) Congress next month where we'll be promoting our new Practice Standards Scheme and upcoming ethical review trial, among other initiatives.
4 March 2016
In March 2016, the RCVS Disciplinary Committee will be holding a restoration hearing at the College’s offices in Belgravia House, 62-64 Horseferry Road, London SW1P 2AF.
1 March 2016
We have launched our new 'CPD Champions' blog written by and for members of the profession to encourage their colleagues to engage with continuing professional development (CPD).
16 February 2016
Our petition asking the Government to protect the title ‘veterinary nurse’ has now closed, with over 36,000 people having supported the campaign.
16 February 2016
The RCVS Disciplinary Committee has directed that a Ceredigion veterinary surgeon be suspended from the Register for six months after he admitted to misconduct relating to tuberculin testing for cattle he owned and failing to register the births and deaths of cattle.
12 February 2016
The Disciplinary Committee of the RCVS has suspended a Shropshire veterinary surgeon from the Register for 10 weeks after he admitted being dishonest with a client and falsifying records about the treatment of her dog.
11 February 2016
We are currently looking for experienced veterinary surgeons to take forward the next stage of our redevelopment of the RCVS Fellowship.
2 February 2016
The RCVS Disciplinary Committee has [on Friday 26 January 2016] directed that the name of a Newcastle-based veterinary surgeon be removed from the Register of Veterinary Surgeons after he was found unfit to practise veterinary surgery following a Crown Court conviction for offences of manslaughter, assault and drug possession.
8 December 2015
What role might patient safety play in the veterinary profession? That’s the question posed by this month’s Vet Futures blogger, Mark Turner, who considers what the profession could learn from the NHS.