VN Knowledge is an online platform delivering select webinars, webcasts and online learning tools for veterinary nurses, kindly sponsored by Merial. Designed to fit with the current RCVS CPD requirements and meeting the demands of the busy veterinary nurse of today.
|Membership benefit||Fill your CPD hours easily|
|New monthly release||Wide range of veterinary topics|
|On demand - always available||CPD Certificates|
|Competitive rates for non-members|
Please note that when registering, if you are a new member and have only just applied for membership the webinar platform will require 7-10 days to process your registration
ALL WEBINARS ARE FREE FOR BVNA MEMBERS! Non-members can access FREE materials only and will be required to pay to view additional webinars, so why not JOIN BVNA from only £2.75 per month and gain access to all webinars, the monthly VNJ and many other benefits!
Webinars are currently available on the following subjects:
- Equine Colic
- Feline Behaviour
- Nursing Exotic Species
- Nursing Care Plans
- Ticks, Worms & Fleas
- plus many more
To view a taster of what you can expect, please visit:
To get started all you need to do is register with the site (using the same details as your membership)! This is quick and simple and FREE for BVNA members.
PROBLEMS REGISTERING? GET HELP HERE
Don’t worry! Non-members can still access the platform by clicking the above link and will have access to some FREE content; viewing rates for other webinars are very competitive and reflect the selected webinar, or for the cost of just two webinars, why not sign up for full BVNA membership and enjoy all the benefits of a peer reviewed monthly journal, advisory helpline, discounted CPD and more importantly by being a BVNA member you join us in pushing our profession forward!
You can join as a member by clicking the box on the right.
If there is a topic you want to see covered, don’t be shy - tell us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Nurse's Role in Colic Work-Ups
REVN Bonny Millar discusses the crucial role veterinary nurses play in the pre-operative assessment period.
BVNA membership is open to anyone with an interest in veterinary nursing