Our Network Grants 2015 programme was open to EBVM Network members and invited original projects that contribute to strengthening the evidence-base in the veterinary sciences and making that evidence available to those in practice.
The Evidence Awards celebrate excellence in the theory and practice of Evidence-based Veterinary Medicine (EBVM) and are designed to bridge fundamental knowledge gaps pre-existing in the veterinary field, to facilitate our core mission of advancing EBVM.
We enjoyed a superb turnout to our Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine (EBVM) Skills Day on 30 October in London – an event that aimed to close the gap between EBVM theory and daily veterinary practice, and introduce veterinary practitioners to the tools they need to adopt and advance an evidence-based approach.
It’s important to us that all members of the veterinary profession should be able to access our events, we were delighted to offer 23 bursaries to veterinary students and veterinary nurses for our 2015 EBVM Skills Day in October in London.
We are pleased to announce that Veterinary Evidence – our new digital resource for promoting and publishing peer-reviewed research to aid the veterinary practitioner – opened for submissions at Skills Day, on 30 October 2015.
We are developing an open access, online evidence base for veterinary practitioners, after funding of £328,000 for the first two years of the project was approved by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS), our main funding partner.
We are embarking on a 5 year project to catalogue and digitise priority pieces from our historic collections and make them available for free online, it was revealed on Wednesday at our annual Summer Reception at Belgravia House, London.
RCVS Knowledge is a registered Charity No. 230886
Registered as a Company limited by guarantee in England & Wales No. 598443
Registered office: Belgravia House, 62 - 64 Horseferry Road, London SW1P 2AF