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Organisation Reference

British Veterinary Association (BVA)

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This web-link has been created as part of the "Pain Management in Ruminants" Wildpro module. Consult the Specific Section References at the end of this page for related links.

Notes

This information has been taken directly from the "British Veterinary Association (BVA)" website:

The BVA is the national representative body for the British veterinary profession. It is a voluntary body with over 10,000 members. Veterinary surgeons work in private practice, in industry, in government service and in research, both in the UK and overseas. Most working veterinary surgeons are members of the Association and of more than 50 geographical and specialist divisions. Members of the public with general veterinary related questions should see our FAQ page first.

The BVA carries out three main functions: 

policy development in areas affecting the profession. 
promoting and protecting the profession 
provision of services to members

Dates Referenced June 2004
Contact Details

7 Mansfield Street,
London
W1G 9NQ 
T: 020 76366541
F: 020 74362970

Website Address

http://www.bva.co.uk/

Email

bvahq@bva.co.uk

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Specific References (Please note - website addresses change frequently and all references are dated accordingly. If hyperlinks are no longer active, please inform us)

Reference Section of Website Specific Website link
W513.Jun04.w1 American College of Veterinary Anesthesiologists' position paper on the treatment of pain in animals [published in JAVMA volume 213 p628-630] http://www.acva.org/professional/Position/pain.htm

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