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Question Time travels to north Wales
18 April 2007
Veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses and practice colleagues from north Wales will have the opportunity to quiz the RCVS Officer team about current issues affecting the veterinary profession at the next Regional Question Time meeting, on Thursday 24 May in Ewloe, near Chester.
The RCVS Professional Development Phase, a new Veterinary Surgeons Act, modular certificates and the new Register for veterinary nurses are just a selection of topics that are high on the agenda and expected to be raised at the meeting.
Questions on any veterinary issue are welcomed by the panel, which will comprise the RCVS Officer team and the chairman of VN Council, and will be chaired by RCVS President Professor Sheila Crispin.
Guests will have the opportunity to meet with colleagues and enjoy a drink and a bite to eat from 6:30pm, before the meeting starts at 7:15pm.
Veterinary surgeons and Listed veterinary nurses living within an hour or so of the venue have been invited personally, but the event is open to any practice staff who may be interested in attending.
If you would like to attend the Question Time meeting, which is being held at the De Vere St David's Park hotel (pictured) in Ewloe, near Chester, please contact Fiona Clark in the Communications Department on 020 7202 0773 before 30 April.
If you are unable to attend the meeting, but have a question you would like to raise, please do write in. Feedback from the meeting will be available on RCVSonline a few weeks after the meeting.