Global veterinärmedicin

Här samlar vi information från internationella veterinärmedicinska informationskanaler.

FVE - Federations of Veterinarians of Europe

European Veterinary Code of Conduct
FVE presenterade i november 2019 en reviderad version av dokumentet European Veterinary Code of Conduct. I takt med att samhället utvecklas gör även veterinärmedicinen det varför FVE 2017 beslutade att revidera dokumentet som skapades 2012. Detta går hand i hand med FVE VET Futures Europe Project vari utmaningarna som vårt yrke står i inför nu och i framtiden har identifierats och en åtgärdsplan för att tackla dessa har utvecklats. 

I oktober 2019 publicerade FVE även "The European Veterinary Survey" - läs mer här. En informationsfilm finner du här.
"The objective of the VetSurvey, first held in 2015, is to help understand the current situation of the veterinary profession and to evaluate what actions shall be taken to shape the future of the profession."

 

WVA - World Veterinary Association

Antibiotikaanvändning
WVA (World Veterinary Association) har tagit fram en internationell lista över guidelines för ansvarsfull användning av antimikrobiella substanser inom veterinärvård. 
"The list now includes 120 guidelines, action plans and promotional material on prudent use of antimicrobials, covering large number of countries, languages, veterinary aspects and animal species. The WVA will continuously update this list, so if you see any information lacking, any mistakes or you would like to add guidelines to this list, please inform the WVA secretariat at secretariat@worldvet.org"

 

Aktuella rapporter

European Medicines Agency - EMA
"Sales of veterinary antimicrobial agents in 30 European countries in 2016"

ERUPMA
"Best-practice framework for the use of vaccines in animals"
EPRUMA facilitates and promotes a co-ordinated and integrated approachon the Responsible Use of Medicines in Animals.

British Veterinary Association - BVA
"Gender discrimination in the veterinary profession: A brief report of the BVA Employers’ Study 2018."
"Motivation, satisfaction, and retention: Understanding the importance of vets’ day-to-day work experiences."
"One health in action"


"Guide to good animal welfare practice for the keeping, care, training and use of horses"
This guide has been produced in 2018/19 by the voluntary initiative group on equines under the EU Platform on Animal Welfare. The positions expressed in this guide do not necessarily represent in legal terms the official position of the European Commission.

Uppdaterades senast 12 november 2019