The European Board of Veterinary Specialisation (EBVS®) is composed of one voting representative from each of the 27 EBVS®-recognized veterinary specialist colleges, comprising more than 38 distinct specialties.
EBVS® is a European organisation focussed on veterinary specialisation in the Member States of the European Union and its neighbours, particularly Switzerland and Norway. EBVS specialists are also found in other countries.
The more than 4000 veterinarians active as European Veterinary Specialist™ are ready to serve the public, its animals, and the veterinary profession by providing high quality service in disciplines from anaesthesia and analgesia to zoological medicine.
The Board of the ECAWBM recognize the unprecedented challenges that the current pandemic situation will bring to those responsible for caring for animals. Human safety is of paramount importance and … more
Implementation of One Health in undergraduate education Doctors, dentists, pharmacists and veterinarians working together from curricula to practice Warsaw, 4 December 2019
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The International Veterinary Students’ Association (IVSA) is a non-profit organizationrun by volunteer veterinary students. IVSA’s mission is to connect veterinarystudents from all over … more
We would like to inform you that the call for express of interest to participate in the European Medicines Agency (EMA) third Awareness Session, focused on science and regulation for animal health … more
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has released for public consultation an open call for data on use of antimicrobials in animals.
Regulation (EU) 2019/6 on veterinary medicinal products, which … more
Professor/Chair (“Lehrstuhl”) of Small Animal Internal Medicine (open rank)
The Clinic for Small Animal Internal Medicine is one of 5 Units of the Department for … more
Depending on credentials, the holder will have the status of a German civil servant or be hired as a salaried employee at scale W2
Responsibilities: Candidates are expected to represent the … more
An assistant professorship for “Small Animal Clinical Sciences” according to § 99 (5) UG 2002 is announced at the Department for Companion Animals and Horses, small animal clinic. … more
Due to an increasing caseload, the Neurology/Neurosurgery department is expanding, and we now seek to recruit an additional Neurology Specialist to join our team. We are offering an outstanding … more
Our newly developed small animal clinic will have a practice area of 1300 sqm and will open its doors in 12 months. We are a handpicked team of specialists, committed to building the most innovative, … more