It’s likely that over the coming weeks the workforce will be stretched even further due to self isolation or social distancing measures. BVA is encouraging members to help it showcase the positive role being played by the veterinary professions, as Girija Duggal, BVA Media Officer, explains.
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We know that veterinary teams are doing all they can to support each other, their clients and the health and welfare of the animals under their care – so thank you to each and every member of #teamvet.
As our President, Daniella Dos Santos, has said, it will be vital in the coming weeks and months that we all continue to uphold and champion this positive team spirit to mitigate any impacts on our own and our colleagues’ wellbeing, as well as serious animal welfare impacts, as much as possible.
We’re calling on all of you to help us showcase this spirit and underline the essential service that vets and vet nurses in all sectors are providing during this public health emergency.
Join us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to thank your teams, share photos from work, give tips and advice for fellow vets and veterinary practices, or give a shout-out to any small acts of kindness that lift your spirit. Showcase through words, pictures, or selfies how you are supporting your clients and patients; yourself, your family and your colleagues; and your local community.
Tag us @BritishVets and use the hashtag #teamvet. We will share your posts to showcase the resilience, supportive spirit and key role played by our #OneVeterinaryCommunity.
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