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Nominate A Colleague For A BSAVA Award

16 years ago

27th October, 2006 00h00

Each year at Congress the BSAVA presents awards in recognition of the contributions made by individuals working in the small animal field. Your nominations are needed. The Association is now seeking nominations from its members for awards to be made at Congress in 2007. Deserving individuals may be overlooked due to their modesty or a lower public profile. While the great and the good rightly spring to the front of our minds other colleagues make just as valuable a contribution over a lifetime's quiet industry. We require your nominations no later than November 15th. Nominations for the Awards, which are presented at BSAVA Congress, are considered by the Awards Committee in December, and the awards are presented at the annual Congress in April. The Awards Committee cannot make nominations itself and therefore relies on the Association's members to put forward names for consideration. It especially values input from those in practice. Please download the forms below email them once completed to the Association's Hon. Secretary: with your suggestion. You can also post them to the BSAVA at 1 Telford Way, Waterwells Business Park, Quedgeley, Glos, GL2 2AB. You can download the forms below. Award nominations Frank Beattie award nomination Amoroso Award for outstanding contributions to small animal studies by a non-clinical member of university staff Eligibility: any non-clinical member of university staff. Blaine Award for outstanding contributions to the advancement of small animal medicine or surgery Eligibility: veterinarians and non-veterinarians Bourgelat Award the Association's primary international recognition for really outstanding contributions in the field of small animal practice Eligibility: anyone. Melton Award for meritorious contributions by veterinary surgeons to small animal practice. Eligibility: veterinary surgeons in general practice.

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