The European Board of Veterinary Specialisation (EBVS) is composed of one voting representative from each of the 25 EBVS-recognized veterinary specialist colleges, comprising more than 35 distinct specialties.
EBVS is a European organisation focussed on veterinary specialisation in the Member States of the European Union and its neighours, particularly Switzerland and Norway. EBVS specialists are also found in other countries.
The more than 3300 veterinarians active as European Veterinary Specialist™ are ready to serve the public, its animals, and the veterinary profession by providing high quality service in disciplines from anaesthesia and analgesia to zoological medicine.
Laura Kramer is a De-facto diplomate of the European Veterinary Parasitology College and is Professor of Veterinary Parasitology and Parasitic Diseases at the University of Parma Veterinary School in … more
I am a European Specialist and I am working in the UK. Why do I need to register as a Specialist with the RCVS?
Due to a recent change to the Code of Conduct, the RCVS now controls the terms ‘ … more
July 2015 - Iasi City, Romania
EBVS President Professor Dominiek Maes participated in the 2015 annual general assembly of the Union of European Veterinary Practitioners (UEVP). The … more
The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) Council recently approved a change to the Code of Conduct to strengthen the proper use of titles in practice, including specialist titles.
The change … more
28th Annual Symposium of the ESVN-ECVN, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. "Movement disorders (or is it epilepsy?)" Symposium website more
25th ECVIM-CA congress, Lisbon, Portugal. More information more
ECVCP and ESVCP precongress day and main programme sessions during the ECVIM-CA congress, Centro de congressos de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal. More information more
ECVP annual meeting, Helsinki, Finland. More information more
EVPC Residency Summer School on ARTHROPOD VECTORS AND TRANSMITTED PATHOGENS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN AREA. Full programme more