To celebrate Antimicrobial Resistance Week, Kitty Healey, a vet from the Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD), talks about VMD's achievements this year and what the aspirations are for 2022.
You’ll find it on most job adverts these days: work-life balance, it is so important and yet, for many it would seem, it can be difficult to achieve. I’ve been very fortunate in my veterinary career to date, I’ve had …
On this, the 6th International One Health Day, I’d like to take a moment to reflect on the achievements that we as a team, across the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and the UK, have made - …
Rabies across the world and the UK A ‘global day of action and awareness for rabies prevention’ led by the Rabies Alliance, who work with the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations), OIE (World organisation for Animal Health), WHO (World Health …
In this blog find out how APHA helped protect human health by investigating the role of ferrets and COVID-19.
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 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 .
Find out why Rob moved from his job as an Animal Health Officer to a role as a government vet