AWF wishes to expand the scope of its research grants to include any species and encourage small projects. This year we’ll be inviting students to conduct research that has a practical and positive impact on raising animal welfare standards and is based on sound scientific principles.
On 6th June AWF trustees welcomed over 200 delegates their annual Discussion Forum. The forum has become a 'must do' event in the calendars of veterinary professionals and animal welfare organisations. Read more in our events section.
Congratulations to the winners of the AWF/BVNA competition. Lauren Valentine from London and Katharine Ross from Edinburgh will each receive a free place at the AWF Discussion Forum and House of Commons reception, plus £50 towards travel costs.
In the online competition RVNs were asked to describe 3 things that they would do in their practice to improve the welfare of patients.
Freda Scott-Park, one of the key members of the Links Group, talks about how well the links between animal and domestic abuse are understood within the veterinary profession.
AWF is pleased to announce that it will be providing sponsorship to the Small Animal Veterinary Surveillance Network (SAVSNET) to help support companion animal research and surveillance.
This year AWF and BVNA have got together again to offer two free places to veterinary nurses, via a competition. The two winners will be picked according to their answers and will be given a free ticket to the Forum and reception, plus up to £50 towards travel expenses. For more information, take a look at our BVNA Competition page.
We have a new full time vacancy for a Development and Fundraising Manager. For more information and to apply, please follow the link below to our vacancy page:
Head to our speaker page to find out about this year's Discussion Forum speakers.
Every year AWF sends experienced vets to give educational talks on animal welfare to veterinary students. Here Jessica Timmins, the AVS Representative for RVC, reports on a talk given by our trustee Chris Laurence.
Monday 11th January was the first day back after Christmas for many of our vet students, but post Christmas blues didn’t stop over 100 of them turning up to hear prolific speaker Chris Laurence discussing Dangerous Dogs.