EBVS Newsletters

Issue 11, spring 2017 covers topics including the EBVS AGM 2017, EBVS awards for specialisation winner 2017 Frank Gasthuys and service Stephen May, meet the new EBVS secretary, veterinary specialisation in Benelux, the EVPC and reports from the EBVS President and Secretary

Issue 10, autumn 2016 covers topics including showcasing EBVS in Finland, Brexit, EBVS Award winner 2016 Erik Teske, meet the EBVS Vice President, veterinary specialisation in Austria, the ECVN, and reports from the EBVS President and Secretary

Issue 9, spring 2014 covers topics including ECVP, 2013 President's and Secretary's reports, Middle Tier, Mobility, Animal Welfare Science, Didier Noel Carlotti and upcoming meetings.

Issue 8, winter 2014 covers topics including ECVO, EAEVE on EBVS, ECVP press release and promoting veterinary specialisation in Croatia

Issue 7, autumn 2013 covers topics including ECVDI, VetCEE update, political recognition of veterinary specialisation, Diplomate numbers and facts about EBVS

Issue 6, spring 2013 covers topics including the EBVS AGM, 2012 President's and Secretary's reports, FVE on EBVS, ECVD, Diplomates in France and Spain, and ABVS meeting

Issue 5, autumn 2012 edition of the newsletter covers topics including ECVIM-CA, VetCEE, Middle Tier in the UK, simplifying specialisation, and formal recognition of veterinary specialisation

Issue 4, spring 2012 covers topics including EBVS Vision, Job Analysis, ECVAA, ABVS meeting, expectations of EBVS Board Members, Quality assurance, EBVS update and future meetings

Issue 3, autumn 2011 covers topics including new Secretariat, EBVS update, ANZCVS, ECAR, EBVS Diploma recognition, National Representatives, the UEVP-FVE Spring meeting and upcoming meetings

Issue 2, spring 2011 covers topics including the future of EBVS, Secretariat, facts about EBVS, Best practices for examinations, use of titles in Europe by Diplomats of other organizations, and upcoming meetings

Issue 1, 2010 covers a number of topics including the history of the EBVS, performance-based re-evaluation every 5 years, Q&A on veterinary specialization and ECCVT