Shaping the future

stf-circle2By taking control of its destiny, the veterinary profession will remain sustainable and relevant, while maintaining animal health and welfare at its heart. Vet Futures is powered by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and the British Veterinary Association to discover, with your help, how this can be achieved.

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research-circle2At the core of Vet Futures is research, involving veterinary and veterinary nursing organisations, members of the veterinary team and animal owners, to find out which issues you feel will affect the future of the profession. We are also looking at the issues facing the profession overseas, and how other regulated professions are shaping their futures.

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Topic of the month


Each month we will bring a topic into focus, with controversial blogs, facts and figures and some future scenarios to get you thinking.

This is where you come in. Please visit ‘Discuss’ and join the debate!

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John Blackwell, BVA President, discusses Vet Futures with Eileen Green of VN Times

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09:30 Vet Futures Summit @ The Royal Veterinary College
Vet Futures Summit @ The Royal Veterinary College
Jul 4 @ 09:30 – 16:30
Vet Futures Summit @ The Royal Veterinary College | London | United Kingdom
Find out how the 34 recommendations of the Vet Futures Report have been turned into an action plan that will help the profession take charge of its future. The day will comprise a range of[...]