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AWARDS recognising veterinary innovation, impact and evidence were presented at BVA Members' Day last week.
The Veterinary Record Evidence Award is a new award for 2016 and aims to recognise those who have contributed to the development of evidence-based veterinary medicine (EBVM) or its application in practice. The inaugural award was presented to the Centre for Evidence-based Veterinary Medicine (CEVM) at the University of Nottingham. Presenting the award to Rachel Dean, director of the centre, Martin Alder, Editor of Veterinary Record, said that more than one nomination for the CEVM had been received, demonstrating the network that it was building outside of the university setting. The judges felt that the centre had shown itself to be a leader in promoting EBVM. It had engaged with practitioners in highlighting what is involved and encouraging its uptake. It had done this through the provision of CPD, as …