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Recognising non-accidental injuries and The Link between animal abuse and domestic abuse

The event is ongoing.

Date

Feb 27 2021
Ongoing...

Time

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: Europe/London
  • Date: Feb 27 2021
  • Time: 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Location

THE Vet Exhibition Centre - Auditorium - Main Stream
Category

Speakers

  • Amy Hyde
    Amy Hyde
  • Caroline Allen
  • Dave Martin
    Dave Martin
  • Emma Rawlings
  • Mary Wakeham
    Mary Wakeham
  • Mike Flynn
  • Mike Taggart
    Mike Taggart
  • Paula Boyden
    Paula Boyden

    Paula Boyden graduated from the Royal Veterinary College, University of London in 1992. She spent 11 years in general practice before moving into a technical role in industry in 2003.

    Paula joined Dogs Trust in 2010, where she is now Veterinary Director. In addition to veterinary matters, her responsibilities include Dogs Trust’s outreach work, campaigns and public affairs. Paula has a particular interest in the link between violence to animals and violence to people; she is current Chair of the Links Group and is regularly involved in undergraduate training on Non-Accidental Injury (NAI) within the UK veterinary schools.

    Paula is a founder member and past treasurer of the Association of Charity Vets and board member of the Blue Dog Trust. She chairs the Pet Advertising Advisory Group (PAAG), is vice chair of the Canine and Feline Sector group, sits on the RSPCA’s Prosecutions Oversight Panel and is a member of the Wales Animal Health and Welfare Framework Group and the Scottish Animal Welfare Commission. In 2017 she received BSAVA’s J A Wight Memorial Award for her contribution to the welfare of companion animals.

  • Wendy Sneddon
    Wendy Sneddon

    Wendy is a registered veterinary nurse, with extensive business, management and Human Resources experience.

    Wendy heads up her own HR Consultancy as well as acting as Trustee for a number of charities.