Working Group on Vets and Veterinary Services Final Report

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Working Group on Vets and Veterinary Services Final Report

6 Annexes

6.1 Agendas of Individual Working Groups

London

Time

Session

Leader /Process

10:00

Introduction and objectives

Tony Edwards (presentation)

Programme & process

OCP

Demand for veterinary services for large animals

Syndicates
Discussion and feedback

Supply of Large Animal Vets

Henry Brown (presentation)

Supply of veterinary services for large animals

Syndicates
Discussion and feedback

13.00

Lunch

Delivery of veterinary services for large animals

Syndicates
Discussion and feedback

Open Forum
•Food safety
•Issues arising from the day

Plenary
Jane Downes (MHS) presentation + discussion
Discussion of key issues arising during the day

Edinburgh

Time

Session

Leader (& process)

10:00

Welcome

Elaine Watson, Head of School

Introduction and objectives

Tony Edwards, CVO Wales (presentation)

Programme & process

OCP

Supply and Demand
- Supply, demand and regional issues
- Food safety
- MTR (CAP reform)

Presentations with plenary discussions
Charles Milne (CVO Scotland)
Jane Downes (MHS)
Jenny Hamilton (SEERAD)

Veterinary Training Developments

David Barrett (Faculty of Vet Medicine, Glasgow University)

Veterinary Training - how to provide the required skills?

Syndicates
Discussion and feedback

13.00

Lunch

Challenges in Veterinary Service Delivery

Carl Padgett - Practising Vet (presentation)

Delivery of Veterinary Services - how to respond to the challenges?

Syndicates
Discussion

Open Forum:
- Issues arising from the day

Discussion

16.00

Close

Charles Milne

Liverpool

Time

Session

Leader (& process)

10:00

Welcome

Introduction, objectives

Tony Edwards, CVO Wales (presentation)

Programme & process

OCP (presentation)

Findings of Working Group to date

OCP plus plenary discussion

Profitability of Farms and Veterinary Practices

John Watson

What are the problems and risks associated with low levels of LA veterinary services in remote and urban fringe areas?

Syndicates
•3 groups
•60 minutes discussion
•45 minutes feedback

13.00

Lunch

Trends in Veterinary Service Delivery

John Blackwell

How can the problems and risks associated with low levels of LA veterinary services be addressed
- in remote areas
- urban fringe areas
- through viable vet practice models

Syndicates
•3 groups
•60 minutes discussion
•45 minutes feedback

Open Forum:
- Summary and Issues arising from the day

Plenary -
Discussion of key issues arising during the day

16.00

Close

T Edwards

Bristol

Time

Session

Leader (& process)

9:30

Registration & Coffee

10:00

Welcome

Prof. Avril Waterman-Pearson
Head of Veterinary Science School, Langford

Introduction, objectives

Tony Edwards, CVO Wales (presentation)

Programme & process

OCP (presentation)

Findings of Working Group to date

OCP plus plenary discussion

Farm Health Planning

Bill Parish

Is Farm Health Planning the way forward ?

Discussion
•3 groups
•60 minutes discussion
•45 minutes feedback (one group leads, the other two groups build on this)

13.00

Lunch

Update from the 24 hour cover working group

Bob Moore

Trends in Veterinary Service Delivery - a personal view

Graham Hibbert

Syndicates exploring solutions to issues raised

Discussion
•3 groups
•60 minutes discussion
•45 minutes feedback (one group leads, the other two groups build on this)

Open Forum:
- Summary and Issues arising from the day

Plenary -
Discussion of key issues arising during the day

Close

T Edwards

Cambridge

Time

Session

Leader (& process)

10:00

Welcome

Professor Jeffcott, Dean, Cambridge University Veterinary School

Introduction, objectives

Charles Milne (CVO Scotland)

Programme & process

OCP (presentation)

Findings of Working Group to date

OCP plus plenary discussion

Surveillance - update and issues

Ruth Lysons

How can the issues identified be addressed ?

Discussion
•3 groups
•60 minutes discussion
•45 minutes feedback

13.00

Lunch

Trends in Veterinary Service Delivery - a personal view

Ruth Vernon

Syndicates exploring solutions to issues raised

Discussion
•3 groups
•60 minutes discussion
•45 minutes feedback

Open Forum:
- Summary and Issues arising from the day

Plenary -
Discussion of key issues arising during the day

16.00

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