UK CVO Christine Middlemiss talks about what’s been getting her focus and what’s important to her after five months in post. The 1st March 2018 seems a lifetime in the past - and also just yesterday. It’s the date I …
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From FMD to PhD. APHA veterinary officer, Gabriel Freiria reflects on his veterinary career in the UK.
Bev Hopkins, Veterinary Investigation Officer, talks about her first government veterinary job in field services and other interesting opportunities she's had.
Frank Busch, head of the Veterinary Professional Services Team, Defra, provides an overview and an EU perspective of his work areas.
It’s wonderful that we, the veterinary profession, get a World Day for people globally to recognise, reflect and celebrate the crucial contribution vets make to society all over the world.
On her first day in post as the new UK Chief Veterinary Officer, taking over from Nigel Gibbens who retired on 28 February, Christine tells us about the focus of her work as Chief Veterinary Officer and Group Director of Animal Health and Welfare in New South Wales, Australia, and her forthcoming priorities in her new role.
In his final blog before his retirement, Nigel Gibbens talks about the value of government veterinary work and reflects on the interesting path that led him to become the UK Chief Veterinary Officer.
Christine Middlemiss has been appointed as the UK’s next Chief Veterinary Officer (CVO), taking over from Nigel Gibbens who will step down at the end of February 2018 following a highly successful 10 years in the post.
From colistin resistance to bacteria found in seals, Chris Teale looks at the range of working being done by the Animal & Plant Health Agency around antimicrobial resistance.
Celebrating the centenary of the Animal and Plant Health Agency's Weybridge lab, Veterinary Director Simon Hall looks at the history of the site and how Government Vets are as relevant to protecting Great Britain today as they were 100 years ago.