Have you ever wondered what weird and wonderful animals arrive in the UK? Andrew Bieniek-Maluszczak describes some of the animals he's seen working as a vet in the Animal Reception Centre.
This blog post is a collection of events and learning for people working in Government Veterinary Services.
Francesca Martelli, an APHA vet, talks about her career so far and involvement on the Future Leaders Scheme.
Naomi Roberts currently is the Deputy Director, Heads of Professions at the Department for International Development. She previously practiced as a vet but has since taken up roles in government. The blog team managed to sit down with Naomi and talk through her career to give budding vets some great advice.
Deborah, a vet advisor for APHA, discusses her non-traditional veterinary work as a veterinary advisor for APHA.
In his blog John talks about why the Civil Service is a great place to work and the enormous benefits of mentoring or being a mentee. John Lawrence is the Operations Head Veterinarian at the Food Standards Agency…. and a first time “blogger”!
Mark Chambers is a scientist for the Animal and Plant Health Agency and is the principal investigator for the oral badger vaccine research programme. He is also a Professor in Veterinary Bacteriology at the University of Surrey’s School of Veterinary Medicine.
As part of her studies at the Royal Veterinary College, Helena Diffey reveals what she learned from her 2 week extra-mural study at APHA's Westminster office.