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Delegates at VET2016 conference
16 November 2016

EBVM Success at VET2016

Veterinary Evidence Today 2016 was an unrivalled event in the veterinary calendar, where the international veterinary community met in the heart of beautiful Edinburgh to share progress and discuss the opportunities and challenges of applying evidence-based principles in practice. Our primary goal was to increase understanding of EBVM alongside other veterinary-relevant knowledge and to introduce and provide resources that will support your own contributions to EBVM.
Ink drawing of man on horse
9 November 2016

Launch of RCVS Vet History - Archive Catalogue

RCVS Knowledge is pleased to announce the launch of a fantastic new way to access their unique veterinary history collections. From 7th November 2016, the new Archive catalogue is available to view online, with detailed descriptions of hundreds of items from the last 150 years.
RVC logo
12 September 2016

The non-clinical benefits of EBVM

The implementation of evidence-based veterinary medicine (EBVM) is a challenge for those in general practice in the UK. The difficulties facing medical doctors when adopting evidence-based medicine are quite well documented, but the non-clinical benefits of EBVM are less well understood. The Royal Veterinary College is currently running two projects on the adoption of evidence-based veterinary medicine.
Vets in practice
23 August 2016

Bursary winners

We are pleased to announce our bursary award winners for Veterinary Evidence Today: The 2016 EBVM Network Conference. We are committed to making our conferences accessible to all members of the veterinary community – as such – we are proud to have offered a range of bursaries and awards to give a wide range of people a chance to attend.
Assembly Rooms
10 August 2016

VET2016 programme released!

Veterinary Evidence Today 2016 is set to be an unrivalled event in the veterinary calendar, where the international veterinary community can meet to share progress and discuss the opportunities and challenges of applying evidence-based principles in practice.
Group of practitioners
4 August 2016

Tell us about your barriers in implementing EBVM

The implementation of evidence based veterinary medicine (EBVM) is a challenge for those in general practice in the UK. The difficulties facing medical doctors when adopting evidence based medicine are quite well documented, but the nature of the barriers facing veterinary surgeons is less well understood. The Royal Veterinary College is currently running two projects on the adoption of evidence based veterinary medicine.
Chris Gush
27 July 2016

RCVS Knowledge appoints new Executive Director

RCVS Knowledge is delighted to announce that Chris Gush has been appointed as Executive Director.
Gillian Leng
6 July 2016

Speakers confirmed - Veterinary Evidence Today 2016

Veterinary Evidence Today - the 2016 EBVM Network Conference is an unrivalled event within the veterinary calendar, where the international veterinary community can meet to share progress and discuss the opportunities and challenges of applying evidence-based principles in practice.
Horseferry Road road sign
14 June 2016

Office closed on Friday, 17 June

We would like to give you advanced warning that we will all be off site for a staff meeting on Friday 17 June, so the office will be closed, including the RCVS Knowledge Library.
Cover of the second issue of Veterinary Evidence
9 May 2016

Second issue of Veterinary Evidence is now live!

After the success of the first issue, we are delighted to announce that the second issue of Veterinary Evidence is now live.
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