Federation of Veterinarians of Europe
About FVE
Sections EVERI

EVERI is an umbrella organization of national and European associations of veterinarians employed in the sectors of education, research and/or industry, founded in 2005. The objectives of EVERI are to provide members with up-to-date information on CoE and EU policies and legislation related to education, professional qualifications, medicines and welfare of laboratory animals, to provide a platform for veterinarians working in those fields, to promote professional representation at the level of European decision making bodies, and to be a coordinator between the different members and FVE. The constituent organization has members employed by academia, profit and non-profit research, pharmaceutical or commercial organizations, or act as consultants for these.

EVERI's mission is to promote the health and well being of man and animals by creating a better understanding with the general public of the benefits of research, innovation and education in veterinary sciences.

EVERI was officially welcomed as FVE Section during the 2005 November General Assembly in Brussels.


EVERI Board 2013-2015:

President: Sabine Schüller(Germany)
Vice-President: Jean-Louis Pellerin (France)
Treasurer: Ellef Blakstad (Norway)
Communication: Massenzio Fornasier (Italy)

Special Project Support: Valda Sejane (Latvia)


The EVERI board consists of a President, a Past President, a Treasurer, a Communication manager and Project Leaders dedicated to special topics.


ESLAV/ECLAM/LAVA/EVERI recommendations for the roles, responsibilities and training of the laboratory animal veterinarian and the designated veterinarian under Directive 2010/63/EU

EVERI Strategy 2013 - 2015

EVERI leaflet_ New version

EVERI Statement about Veterinarians and Experimental Animals

EVERI statement on" Veterinary History and Veterinary Curriculum"



Latest news

Extra Mural Studies (EMS project)

All veterinary students need to spend some time gaining work experience in the various fields of the veterinary profession. Veterinary faculties help in offering suitable places. And generally areas such as farm animal and companion animal practice are covered well. Less common areas do not immediately attract young graduates and are harder to find, while being not less interesting.

EVERI is providing an information hub to facilitate contact between students, the various colleges of specialization and private enterprises on a European and international level. EVERI is also aiming to establish extramural study opportunities, which fulfill certain conditions demonstrating content, ambition and contribution of the studies to the curriculum to be eligible for credits.

If you are interested please contact EVERI - ems.everi@fve.org - for the more information (places available, training period, funding,etc) and for the application form.


NEW EMS in Aquatic Animal Health and Aquaculture

In Norway

In addition to the rolling EMS project in Laboratory Animal Medicine, EVERI has launched a new EMS scheme in Aquatic medicine, which in 2015 will run between 20 April and 30 April.
Applications on the enclosed application form must be received no later than 1 March 2015 .
All information described in the administration routines must be enclosed with the application form.


In Spain

EMS Aquaculture Programme to be carried out in Galicia in 2015 will run from Monday 6 April to Friday 17 April 2015.

Applications on the enclosed application (for Spain) form must be received no later than 1 March 2015 .
All information described in the administration routines (Spain) must be enclosed with the application form.




> Newsletter April 2013

> Previous Newsletters

Associations from the following countries are EVERI members:
EVERI observers:

Interested? You would like to apply for EVERI membership? Please find below the application form or contact us for more information.

Application form for EVERI Membership

Contact: everi@fve.org