Conference for Better Bee Health
Recent developments for better bee health
Horsemeat: one year after
European Commission review all actions announced and delivered
The essential role of veterinarians
The AVMA and FVE recognize that the clinical veterinary practitioner
is often at the forefront of protecting human health through the diagnosis and treatment of animal diseas.
African swine fever : everyone must be vigilant!
FVE is concerned that ASFV is spreading across Europe and into Asia and
is aware that extensive wild boars and pigs culling lead to severe economic losses, financial consequences for farmers.
Animal Health Law: FVE applauds on the recognition of the necessity of regular animal health visits
ECCVT Policy on veterinary education
EAEVE, EBVS and FVE coordinate their views on veterinary education through the European Coordinating Committee (ECCVT) and present today ECCVT current achievements and the action plan for 2014.
ECCVT Newsletter Special Edition
European Health Professionals join forces against Antimicrobial Resistance
European health professionals – doctors, dentists and veterinarians – join their voices on “How to use antibiotics responsibly”.
One Health Conference - Registrations are open!
Ensuring Health & Sustainability in Europe: Doctors and Veterinarians emphasise “prevention is better than cure”
Draft programme and further information
Bees, fish and lab animals need vets too!
Bees, fish and lab animals are part of the curriculum in European Veterinary Faculties. These animals need vets too!
Veterinary education and role of Veterinary Statutory Bodies
The 3rd OIE Global Conference on Veterinary Education and the role of Veterinary Statutory Bodies was held in Brazil last year. Read the recommendations