In this blog find out how APHA helped protect human health by investigating the role of ferrets and COVID-19.
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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.
In this blog find out more about the Veterinary Public Health Association and Association of Government Vet's first virtual conference and some of the key messages from attendees as well as how to learn more about updates in one health.
Today is world vet day and to celebrate, Anna La Rocca and the UK CVO Christine Middlemiss have written a blog giving an outline of what government vets have been doing in this extremely busy year.
Greg has been working with APHA during an outbreak of bird flu and in his blog you can find out about some of his experiences working on the ground during the outbreak.
In her blog, Grace talks about her first job as Deputy States Veterinary Officer in Guernsey and starting her veterinary career in the midst of Brexit and COVID-19!
In her blog Jo Wheeler talks about her experience working on African swine fever prevention both in the UK and internationally.
Veterinary investigation Officer, Adrienne Mackintosh, based at APHA’s Carmarthen Veterinary Investigation Centre, talks about her role and its influence .
To celebrate AMR week, the UK CVO talks about some of the work going on in the UK and internationally to respond to the threat of AMR.
Milorad Radakovic, a lecturer in veterinary public health at Cambridge University talks about his career as a government vet and the importance of veterinary public health.