The latest addition to VETS.TV - the new web TV service hosted by BVA at - is the first in a series of short videos to be produced by the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) exploring how to control and prevent Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD). The first video comprises an introduction to the series by the recognised expert in the field, Professor Joe Brownlie of the RVC and BVA Past President David Catlow.

The video series will be supported by a dedicated website at, being launched at this weekend's British Cattle Veterinary Association (BCVA) Annual Conference taking place in Killarney, Ireland which will include podcasts and powerpoints, research papers and stakeholder specific advice as well as links to VETS.TV.

Commenting on the launch David Catlow said "VETS.TV provides a platform for Vet Schools, BVA specialist divisions and other recognised sources of quality CPD, news and information to reach a very wide veterinary audience in a video/film format. We are delighted that the RVC has recognised the value of the site and we look forward to seeing the ongoing development of a unique multimedia resource for up-to-date information on BVD in cattle. The RVC's BVD initiative is an excellent example of the sort of collaboration BVA and VETS.TV seek and we very much look forward to announcing the development of other models and initiatives as they are launched."

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