Welcome to Veterinary Ireland

Veterinary Ireland is the representative body for veterinary surgeons in Ireland. Its role is to represent veterinary surgeons in Ireland and to facilitate the veterinary profession in its commitment to improving the health and welfare of animals under its care, to protecting public health and to serving the changing needs of its clients and the community through effective and innovative leadership. For information on membership and membership application click here.

We are also pleased to announce our Irish Veterinary Journal has now been fully re-launched as an open access journal with BioMed Central, and is freely available online please go to www.irishvetjournal.org

Annual General Meeting & Conference 2014

Available to Veterinary Ireland Members Only
Date: Friday 28th November 2014
Venue: Mullingar Park Hotel, Mullingar

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For Further Details Log In to the Members Only Section, or contact Veterinary Ireland HQ: 01-457-7976 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

VICAS Winter Conference & CAVI Sheep Medicine & Flock Health Day

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Kindly sponsored by

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The VICAS Winter Conference is returning to the Radisson Blu Galway from the 30 Jan to the 1st Feb 2015

With Exciting lectures on Orthopaedics, Business, Ethics & Social Media, the conference will be a great opportunity for education, networking and fun.

With a full exhibition and social programme, the weekend will be an enjoyable start to 2015 with 12 CVE credits.

This year the Nurses Stream returns on the Saturday plus also an additional CAVI Sheep Medicine & flock health day.

For more information visit: www.etouches.com/vicas2015 or

Download the full weekend programme here

CVE Credits: 12 for full weekend

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Kindly sponsored by

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The CAVI Sheep Medicine & Flock Health Day will take place as part of the VICAS Winter Conference at the Radisson Hotel Galway on Friday 30th January.

This excellent day of education starts at Teagasc in athenry with practical sessions looking at Parasitology, ultrasonography, anaesthesia/analgaesia techniques and flock health studies. The afternoon at the Radisson Hotel will continue these themes further. With access to the conference exhibition and an excellent opportunity to network.

For more information visit:

www.etouches.com/vicas2015www.etouches.com/vicas2015

Download the programme here

CVE Credits: 10

CAVI Conference 2014/Equine Conference 2014

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  • John O'Rourke, Vice President, Veterinary Ireland, Simon Coveney, Minister for Agriculture, Food & the Marine, Donal Lynch, Past President, Veterinary Ireland & Finbarr Murphy, Chief Executive, Veterinary Ireland.
  • Conor Geraghty, Chairman, Cattle Association of Veterinary Ireland, John O'Rourke, Vice President, Veterinary Ireland, Simon Coveney, Minister for Agriculture, Food & the Marine, Professor Martin Cormican, NUI Galway & Donal Lynch, Past President, Veterinary Ireland.
  • Pictured are delegates at the Veterinary Ireland CAVI Conference in Cork.
  • Pictured are delegates at the Veterinary Ireland CAVI Conference in Cork.
  • Peadar O'Scanaill, Ashbourne, Co Meath, Donal Murphy, Rathmore, Co Kerry, Kevin O'Sullivan, Bandon, Co Cork & Willie Buckley, Bandon, Co Cork.
  • Deirdre McGrath, Cork, Donal O'Sullivan, Cork, Hazel Mullins, Kerry, Orla O'Connor, Sligo & Sophie Mackey, Cork.
  • Finbarr Murphy, Chief Executive, Veterinary Ireland, Bill Cashman, Glanmire, Donal Toolan, Kilkenny & Paschal Gibbons, Kilkenny.
  • Kevin O'Farrell, Fermoy, Charles Chavesse, Zoetis, Aidan O'Connell, Kilrush & Ciaran Mellett, Kells.
  • Eoghan Buckley, Macroom, Co Cork, Bosco Cowley, MSD Animal Health & Peter Sheehan, Rathdrum, Co Wicklow.
  • John O'Rourke, Vice President, Veterinary Ireland with Kevin McGuckin, Bannagher, Co Offaly & Denis Kelliher, Castlegregory, Co Kerry.
  • Mary Newman & Michael O'Gorman, Zoetis, Dirk Huntenburg, Carrick on Suir & Roy Geary, Zoetis.
  • John O'Rourke, Vice President, Veterinary Ireland, Frank O'Sullivan, Meath, Conor Melvin, Dublin & David Casserly, Longford.
  • Lorna White, Clonakilty, Heather Kingston, Dunmanway, Ann Harty, Waterford, Emma Jane Helen, Clonakilty & Finola Murphy, Castletownbere.
  • Professor Martin Cormican, NUI Galway is pictured addressing delegates at the Veterinary Ireland CAVI Conference in Cork.
  • Simon Coveney T.D., Minister for Agriculture, Food & the Marine is pictured addressing delegates at the Veterinary Ireland CAVI Conference in Cork.
  • Finbarr Murphy, Chief Executive, Veterinary Ireland, Brendan O'Connell, Dingle, Brian Costello, Tralee & Pat O'Sullivan, Bantry.
  • Finbarr Murphy, Chief Executive, Veterinary Ireland, David Stack, Jurgen Bodamer, Cllr. Andrew McGuinness, Mayor of Kilkenny, Don Collins and Rosalinda Devereux, Conference Organising Committee.
  • David Stack, Jurgen Bodamer, Don Collins and Rosalinda Devereux, Conference Organising Committee.
  • David Stack, Jurgen Bodamer, John Newcombe, Conference Speaker, Cllr. Andrew McGuiness, Mayor of Kilkenny Don Collins, Jim Schumacher, Conference Speaker and Rosalinda Devereux.
  • David Stack, Jurgen Bodamer, John Newcombe, Conference Speaker, Cllr. Andrew McGuinness, Mayor of Kilkenny, Catherine Dwan, Don Collins, Jim Schumacher, Conference Speaker and Rosalinda Devereux.
  • Jack Barry, Mitchelstown and Bertie Hourihane, Skibbereen.
  • Michele Fitzpatrick, Co. Meath and Philip McManus, Co. Galway at the Irish Equine Conference.
  • Michele Fitzpatrick, Co. Meath, Karen Dunne, Co. Louth and Cllr. Andrew McGuinness, Mayor of Kilkenny.
  • Cllr. Andrew McGuinness, Mayor of Kilkenny, speaking at the Irish Equine Conference 2014.
  • Jurgen Bodamer, Organising Committee, speaking at the Irish Equine Conference 2014.
  • John Newcombe, speaking at the Irish Equine Conference 2014.
  • John Ortega-McCormack, Conference Speaker.
  • Delegates at the Irish Equine Conference in the Lyrath Estate Hotel, Kilkenny on 7-8th November 2014.