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BEVA congress
Science and politics at the 2014 BEVA congress

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Use of paraprofessionals, equine passports and progress with an internship awareness scheme for new graduates were among matters discussed by Paul Jepson, the outgoing president of the British Equine Veterinary Association, in his speech to the annual general meeting during this year's BEVA congress. The congress, held in Birmingham from September 10 to 13, offered a broad range of CPD for vets and other members of the veterinary team, including nurses, farriers and physiotherapists. It also had a strong international element, with a third of the delegates travelling from overseas. Gill Harris reports

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