VBB is delighted to announce the launch of its online library and forums, specifically created to assist VBB members, volunteers, affiliates and partners around the globe.
Three forums have been established to promote discussion and enable users to seek advice or discuss matters of relevance to animal health and welfare:
1. Member forum
For use by VBB members to obtain information on the activities of VBB.
2. Volunteer forum
For use by registered VBB volunteers seeking input from VBB or general discussion of topics such as deployment, travel, local conditions and clinical work.
3. AO/PO forum:
Dedicated to interaction between our Partner and Affiliated Organisations and VBB’s clinical advisory team. Our advisory team will respond promptly to requests for input with respect to diagnosis and management of problem cases, which we all encounter from time to time, and the many other aspects of animal health and welfare work. All members of the advisory team are highly experienced veterinarians, holding specialist or other post-graduate qualifications in specific clinical disciplines, who have generously volunteered their time to assist the ever-growing community of veterinarians working with VBB registered AOs and POs around the world.
Our clinical advisory team provide input in the following fields:
- Equine medicine and surgery
- Small animal medicine and surgery
- Production animal medicine and surgery
- Wildlife and exotic species
- Diagnostic imaging
- Emergency and critical care
- Animal behaviour
- Animal welfare
Our affiliates and partners can simply post to the forum under one of the above headings to obtain assistance with respect to the management of clinical cases or other aspects of animal welfare work.
The library is designed to be an ever-expanding centralised hub of free publications and videos, covering matters of relevance to veterinarians working to improve animal health and welfare.
This resource will be regularly updated and contains an ever-increasing amount of information, especially clinical matters.
Members and current volunteers can access these online tools via the VBB Portal HERE.
Not a member yet? Sign up today to join our community supporting our ongoing work of creating a world of better health for animals and people.