EBVS Award 2014 for outstanding contribution

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The EBVS Specialisation Award allows the EBVS to acknowledge contributions made by an individual or organisation to the progress and recognition of Veterinary Specialisation in Europe. This might include work on behalf of a College to gain it broad recognition across different European countries, or work in an individual country, across multiple disciplines in a single country or region to help gain recognition for EBVS specialists more generally.

PROTOCOL

1.       Guidelines for Nomination

a)      Conferring a Specialisation Award recognises and honours recipients for outstanding contributions to the cause of Veterinary Specialisation in Europe.

b)      A candidate for a Specialisation Award will be nominated by Colleges or individuals. The nomination should be submitted to the Nomination Committee and include a letter summarising the suitability of the nominee, supported by up-to-date curriculum vitae. Nominations may be submitted at any time, but in order to be discussed at the next EBVS AGM, it must be submitted by October 31st 2014.

          The Nomination Committee will submit their proposal to the Executive Committee by November 30th. Then, the proposal will be circulated to the EBVS Board to have an electronic vote on it by around the end of the year. The EBVS Board will elect a recipient among any nominations by a two-thirds majority.

          Nominations should be sent to: Prof. George Fthenakis at gcf[at] vet[dot] uth[dot] gr     

c)      Selection of an individual(s) for the Specialisation Award(s) does not have to be an annual affair. Awards shall be limited to no more than two annually.

2.       The recipients will receive:

An introduction recognising their contribution to Veterinary Specialisation, and the award of an appropriate plaque and certificate at the social event of the Annual Board Meeting.

REPORTING

            A list of Specialisation Award recipients will be published on the EBVS website.

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