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Dr Christine Middlemiss BVMS MRCVS

Dr Christine Middlemiss is the UK’s Chief Veterinary Officer (CVO).

She was appointed UK Chief Vet in December 2017, replacing Nigel Gibbens CBE.

Before becoming CVO Christine was appointed CVO for New South Wales, Australia, in 2016.

Before taking up her appointment she worked for Defra developing policy solutions to detect, assess and respond to new and emerging animal disease risks on an international front and in Great Britain.
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Welcoming the Muscat Manifesto-putting AMR at the top of global agendas

Today I want to reflect on the Muscat Manifesto and how it showcases international commitments to accelerate One Health Actions on antimicrobial resistance. It was presented at the Third High-Level Ministerial Conference on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) hosted by the Sultanate …

CVO comments on a recent paper on the effectiveness of badger culling

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Defra’s Chief Scientific Adviser Gideon Henderson and I have written to the Veterinary Record to express our concerns about significant methodological flaws in a scientific paper it has published by Langton and colleagues1 on the effect of badger culling on …

My reflections from the G7 Chief Veterinary Officer meeting

9 CVOs on a teleconference

This year the UK CVO Christine Middlemiss chaired the G7 Chief Veterinary Officer (CVO) meeting featuring CVO's from across the G7 countries. In the blog, she talks about her experiences of the meeting and the importance of working together to advance animal health and welfare.