BVNA News

Full House

Full House

17th July 2018

The BVNA Council will be returned to full strength at its October AGM. At that meeting, Council will recommend to its members two Council members to join the Officer team – Jo Hinde as nominee for Junior Vice President and Jo Oakden the nominee for Honorary Secretary.

Read more

Honorary Member Obituary | Leander Taylor

Honorary Member Obituary | Leander Taylor

13th July 2018

It is with sadness that the BVNA learned of the death of BVNA Honorary Member, Leander Taylor recently.

Leander qualified as a RANA later in life and was a member of the BVNA for over 30 years.

She was a BVNA Council Member from 1985-86 and was one of the editors of the BVNA Publication, 'Veterinary Nursing, The First Twenty Five Years'

The thoughts of the BVNA are with Leander's family and friends at this difficult time.

Read more

RESEARCH PROJECT | Degree or Diploma - does it make a difference?

RESEARCH PROJECT | Degree or Diploma - does it make a difference?

26th June 2018

Sarah Mason RVN is undertaking a research project for her BVetMed degree at The Royal Veterinary College regarding the educational entrance routes into veterinary nursing and employability.

 

Read more

#VNAM18 a huge success

#VNAM18 a huge success

22nd June 2018

The BVNA is overjoyed with the response to this years Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month campaign and believes it is the biggest yet! The campaigns official Facebook page received over 2,200 new likes and posts were shared in over 47 different countries.

Read more

BVNA COUNCIL ELECTION – A RECORD NUMBER OF CANDIDATES

BVNA COUNCIL ELECTION – A RECORD NUMBER OF CANDIDATES

1st June 2018

VOTING IS NOW OPEN!

The BVNA is pleased to announce that voting is now open for its Council elections.

Read more

Pet charity launches search for the top UK veterinary nurse of 2018

Pet charity launches search for the top UK veterinary nurse of 2018

29th May 2018

Blue Cross has begun their annual search for the UK‘s 'Veterinary Nurse of the year' and is calling on pet owners and veterinary practices to help. The charity’s award recognises the dedication of the country’s vet nurses and their invaluable support to their veterinary teams, the nation’s pets and pet owners. The award is given to a vet nurse who not only cares for sick and injured pets but also goes the extra mile to encourage responsible pet ownership and improve pet welfare in their community.

Read more