A Cornish practice has launched an awards ceremony to celebrate patients that have shown bravery and resilience throughout the year.4 mins
VNs urged to submit interesting and novel case reports ahead of BSAVA Congress, with eight successful applicants presenting their findings in a 15-minute slot.
RVN Rachael Lofts aims to raise more than £1,000 for StreetVet after climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.
The Assembly Rooms in Bath will once again host VetCPD Congress, which this year features a range of subjects from nutrition and neurology to cardiology and cytology.
Vet nurses are being invited to Careers With Animals Day in Leeds on 5 October, hosted by the College of Animal Welfare.
A range of experts – including vet nurses and behaviourists – will delve into the root causes of aggression and be equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to deal with such cases.
Online event aims to update veterinary professionals on help and advice for canine and feline patients during the fireworks and party season.
Dedicated nursing lectures on how to be cat-friendly, endocrinology, neurology, preventive health care and more scheduled for International Society of Feline Medicine event.
“We view this investment in research and the pursuit of new knowledge as the lifeblood of the veterinary profession” – MSD Animal Health.
“Our congress is fast approaching and spaces are booking up fast, but there’s still time to get your spot” – SCVS spokesman.
Survey examined salary increases and decreases in more than 200 jobs, rankimg vet nurses as number seven in terms of biggest pay increases.
Three years after opening the doors to its first student nurses, the Dick White Academy has attained examination results well above the national average.
Three full members join following contested election, while two student members are also appointed.
Hands-on event aims to help vets and VNs “provide higher welfare wound care for the most typical presentations of avian casualty”.
Delegates attending a BVNA regional event in Kent heard how the role can enhance animal welfare and increase client bonding.4 mins
Vets from Afghanistan and Sri Lanka received International Awards, while others were honoured, at RCVS event in London on 12 July.
Extractions, x-rays and regional anaesthesia were all on the menu during a day of specialist-led dental training at Avonvale Veterinary Centres.
Nominations are now open and will remain so until 6 September for the animal welfare charity’s Veterinary Nurse of the Year award.
Kira Sutcliffe, of Stanley House Veterinary Group in Burnley, named VN Educator of the Year at Central Qualifications Graduation Ceremony.
Veterinary professionals urged to share their experiences in new survey by researchers at the University of Liverpool.