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Veterinarian Associations and Organizations
Click on the letters below to search veterinary associations and organizations alphabetically.

BCVA - Belgian Veterinary Computer Association- VT on line est le nouveau service facultaire qui vise à donner aux vétérinaires praticiens un maximum d'informations et surtout leur indiquer où et quand il est possible de poser des questions à d'autres ainsi que suivre des cas à la Faculté.
BCVMA - British Columbia Veterinary Medical Association- The British Columbia Veterinary Medical Association promotes the well-being of animals in British Columbia.  The Association is committed to serving the public by regulating the proficiency, competency and ethical behaviour of its members and by ensuring that acceptable standards of veterinary practice are maintained.  The Veterinarians Act and the BCVMA By-Laws and Code of Ethics are the means by which members are licensed and regulated.
BEVA - British Equine Veterinary Association- Aims and objective: To promote veterinary and allied sciences related to the welfare of the horse. To promote and foster cultural, scientific and professional activities of veterinary surgeons interested in equine practice, teaching and research. To promote a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas of the management, health and diseases of the horse by holding meetings and an Annual Congress. To encourage research into equine problems. To publish the Equine Veterinary Journal and Equine Veterinary Education. To co-operate with other national and international bodies interested in the promotion of equine and allied interests.
BSAVA - British Small Animal Veterinary Association- The British Small Animal Veterinary Association exists to promote high scientific and educational standards of small animal medicine and surgery in practice, teaching and research.
BVA - British Veterinary Association- is the national representative body for the British veterinary profession. It is a voluntary body with over 10,000 members. Veterinary surgeons work in private practice, in industry, in government service and in research, both in the UK and overseas. Most working veterinary surgeons are members of the Association and of more than 50 geographical and specialist divisions.
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