About FVE

FVE represents veterinary organisations from 40 European Countries and veterinarians working in all different Sectors. FVE strives to enhance animal health, animal welfare, public health and the protection of the environment by promoting the veterinary profession.

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Latest news & events

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Mon, 28 Sep 2020

Rabies: another global health priority for veterinarians!

Dog bite victims are especially children under the age of 15 More than 59,000 people die from this preventable disease...

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Tue, 08 Sep 2020

Shortage of veterinarians in rural & remote areas

Over the years FVE has been noticing an increasing shortage of veterinarians in rural and remote areas in Europe For this...

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Tue, 21 Jul 2020

Webinar – COVID-19 & One Health: can we do better?

On 8 July from 11 to 1230 CEST, the FEAM European Biomedical Policy Forum and the Federation of Veterinarians of Europe had...

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To see the activities of FVE, click on the topic wanted.

This library section hosts many FVE-related materials: papers, presentations and reports – categorised according to topic for an easy and convenient access.

Animal Health
& Welfare

Veterinarians take care of the health and welfare of animals
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The veterinary profession is a liberal and a regulated profession
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Veterinarians prevent and treat diseases by using medicinal products
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Veterinary Education Establishments (VEEs) have a key role in our society
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Public Health
& Food Safety

Veterinarians play an essential role in protecting public health as well as the environment by providing a wide range of services.
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Job Opportunities

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24 August 2020

Companion Animal Veterinarian for Germany

What we offer?
● A dynamic team, willing to change the future of animal health
● Exciting opportunities for development in a modern structure with flat hierarchies
● Flexible working hours - NO night shifts and NO...

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24 August 2020

Veterinary Inspector

The Northern Ireland Civil Service Shape your future Veterinary Inspector SALARY: £38,017 - £41,799 (under review) Ref: IRC257707 DEPARTMENT: Department of Agriculture, Environment and...

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Do you have an employment opportunity?

Employment opportunities for veterinarians are numerous and include private or corporate clinical practice, teaching and research, regulatory medicine, public health, and military service.

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