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The 2017 winners will be announced on Thursday 25th January at SPVS/VPMA Congress held at The Celtic Manor Resort.

The Vet Wellbeing Awards, run by the Society of Practising Veterinary Surgeons (SPVS) and the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) Mind Matters Initiative.

The Awards, now in their second year, are open to UK veterinary practices, or other veterinary workplaces, of all sizes and were created by SPVS to turn a spotlight on practices where wellbeing is valued, inviting them to share what they are doing well with other owners and managers.

The prize for each category includes two registrations and banquet tickets for SPVS/VPMA Congress 2019 where the winners will be announced to the media and will be available for interview.

Nick Stuart, Past SPVS President: “We were delighted with the quality of entries we received last year and were encouraged with both the activities and incentives that practices are undertaking to ensure that their team members’ wellbeing is encouraged and maintained through what we all know can be very busy and stressful jobs.”

Lizzie Lockett, MMI Director, said: “A happy, healthy workforce means improved animal health and welfare and better client service. Although there are legal requirements around stress management, our Wellbeing Awards recognise and celebrate those who go one step further – or in some cases, many steps – to ensure their team can be at their best, both in and out of work.”

Entries can be from branch surgeries or whole practices and there are four different categories. Click here for details of our judges.

The prize for each category includes two registrations and banquet tickets for SPVS/VPMA Congress 2018 where the winners will be announced to the media and will be available for interview.

The judges will consider entries under the following headings:

Don’t forget to try our Wellbeing Checklist

If you need any assistance or further information about entering the Vet Wellbeing Awards please contact:

Email: info@vetwellbeingawards.org.uk
Tel: 01453 872731

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