At our second ever ViVet Innovation Symposium we will be focusing on how rapidly developing technology and data-driven practice will transform the veterinary professions and the care they provide. The ViVet Innovation Symposium takes place on 1 October at The Lowry Theatre in Salford, Greater Manchester, and will see a number of guest speakers explore, […]
We are hosting our first student innovation competition this year titled, ‘What’s your big idea?’, ahead of the initiative’s second Innovation Symposium in October. This competition is open to all UK-based undergraduate veterinary students and offers them the opportunity to work as a team to brainstorm, develop and present an innovative idea to a board […]
We have published the resources used at our recent innovation workshops for the benefit of those who were not able to attend either event. The first of the innovation workshops took place at the Moller Centre in Cambridge on 16 January and was led by professional innovation consultant Greg Dickens MRCVS from Innovia Technology who […]
This website has been updated with written reports and videos from the programme’s recent Innovation Symposium at which the initiative was launched. The ViVet programme grew out of the recommendations of the Vet Futures research and is designed to ensure veterinary professionals are engaged with innovation and technological development in the animal health sector. ViVet […]
ViVet – The Network for Veterinary Innovation
ViVet is an ambitious and wide-ranging programme designed to ensure veterinary professionals are at the centre of innovation in the animal health sector. ViVet is driven by the mission of ‘enabling creative veterinary solutions for the good of animal health and welfare’. The programme is managed by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and was inspired by the Vet Futures research initiative.