26 August 2014
The first member of the RCVS to be killed in the First World War has been honoured with a portrait at our offices in Belgravia House - 100 years after his death.
21 August 2014
From the beginning of September, we will start accepting the first applications for Advanced Practitioner status, our new accreditation for veterinary surgeons.
8 August 2014
Stuart Reid, President of the RCVS, welcomed six new members to the Register at a special ceremony at Belgravia House this week, following their success in the Statutory Examination for Membership.
30 July 2014
We will be attending this year's BVNA Congress in October where we will be holding a short ceremony for those registered veterinary nurses who have missed out on the opportunity to make their professional declaration, followed by a questions and answers session.
28 July 2014
We have now published new guidance for veterinary surgeons on 24-hour emergency first aid and pain relief, providing greater definition of their professional and legal responsibilities in the provision of emergency care, as well as owners’ responsibilities for their animals.
28 July 2014
The Disciplinary Committee of the RCVS has [on Thursday 24 July 2014] directed that a Suffolk vet be struck off from the Register after he was found guilty of serious professional misconduct in respect of five separate charges relating to the possession of extreme animal pornography and sexual activity with animals.
22 July 2014
Veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses and other practice staff can find out more about changes to our guidance on 24-hour emergency care during a free webinar.
21 July 2014
We will be at the BSAVA Scottish Congress next month and will be offering one-to-one surgeries with a Practice Standards Scheme Inspector.
16 July 2014
RCVS Day – our Annual General Meeting and Awards Day – on Friday 11 July 2014 at One Great George Street in Westminster, saw the investiture of Professor Stuart Reid as the new President for 2014/15.
8 July 2014
We are reminding vets to complete their registration process by confirming they have met our requirement for continuing professional development (CPD) and declared any outstanding convictions.