Telford International Centre | Shropshire
The largest sole veterinary nursing congress in the UK offered delegates over 70 veterinary nursing lectures during the three day event along with interactive workshops, a large exhibition hall housing an array of companies and an exciting social programme. For more info please visit our dedicated congress microsite
The aim of the British Veterinary Nursing Association is to promote animal health and welfare through the ongoing development of professional excellence in veterinary nursing.
CPD BVNA provides national and regional CPD to meet your professional needs. These include the annual BVNA Congress, CPD Roadshow, our new Wound Managment course and various regional meetings throughout the year. Click here to find out more!
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A Career in Veterinary Nursing Veterinary nursing is a rewarding career that offer variety and daily contact with animals and their owners. Veterinary nurses work alongside veterinary surgeons to provide a high standard of care for sick and injured animals. What is veterinary nursing? Entry requirements Training
BVNA are delighted to welcome Lynne Vickers RVN MBVNA to our Regional Co-ordinator Team as ‘Southern' North East RCO (Regional Co-ordinator).
BVNA are delighted to welcome Katie Mansfield RVN MBVNA to our Regional Co-ordinator Team as London RCO (Regional Co-ordinator).
Join us on Saturday 11 October 2014 when the RCVS will be leading registered veterinary nurses in the making of their professional declaration, at 1.15pm in the Coalport Suite.
Registered veterinary nurses who qualified before 2012 will have the opportunity to make their declaration, which sets out the rights and responsibilities of registered veterinary nurses.