Our Position

One Health Day - 3rd November 2018

The UK One Health Coordination Group (UKOHCG) was created in 2017 to improve collaboration and build networks across UK veterinary, human healthcare and environmental sectors, in support of One Health objectives. Through coordinated communications and cross-promotion, the group works to identify and promote existing examples of effective One Health initiatives and projects, ensuring broad reach and impact through the dissemination of knowledge and experience. By bringing the relevant stakeholders together around the table, it provides a platform for new ideas to flourish and for new connections to be fostered. The UKOHCG is comprised of representatives from: British Veterinary Association (BVA), British Medical Association (BMA), The Wildlife Trusts, Royal College Nursing (RCN), British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA), Veterinary Public Health Association (VPHA), National Trust, Royal Society Public Health.

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Response to Michael Gove, Secretary of State

Joint response from BVA, AGV and VPHA to the comments made by Rt Hon Michael Gove MP. June 2018

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Vets contribution to Wider Society

VPHA’s position on Veterinarians’ contribution to wider society

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Ante-Mortem Position

VPHA’s position on Ante Mortem Inspection Requirements. July 2017

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Small Animal Vets - Wider Society

Small Animal Veterinarians Contribution to the Wider Society

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CCTV Consultation Response

BVA, VPHA, & AGV Joint Consulation Response to DEFRA’S Mandatory Closed Circuit Televsion (CCTV) Recording in Slaughterhouse Proposals

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VPHA and @AssocGovVets are proud to announce details of our Spring 2019 Conference #ResilientVets2019

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