BVNA News

Check out our updated and streamlined VN Voice Poll

Check out our updated and streamlined VN Voice Poll

7th December 2017

Check out our updated and streamlined VN Voice Poll.

We have listened to your feedback and we have made participating in our regular VN Voice Poll easier for our members.

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VN Knowledge | Setting up a foal intensive care unit in first opinion practice

VN Knowledge | Setting up a foal intensive care unit in first opinion practice

6th December 2017

Jess Spanton looks at how provisions can be made in first opinion practice for the sick neonate in cases where referral is not an option or perhaps not necessary.

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Over 1,000 vets, vet nurses and students come together to lobby government

Over 1,000 vets, vet nurses and students come together to lobby government

28th November 2017

A 1,200-signature letter calling for the principle of Article 13 to be explicitly enshrined in UK legislation post-Brexit, which has been led by BVA and the BVNA been published in the Daily Telegraph today.

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VN Knowledge | The reality of breed specific legislation and practical dog bite prevention

VN Knowledge | The reality of breed specific legislation and practical dog bite prevention

10th November 2017

Very topical webinar by Shakira Free Miles from The SaveABulls, giving a more detailed insight into the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991-Section 1, veterinary guidance for the involvement in BSL cases and basic but practical dog bite prevention intervention skills.

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BVNA CPD Roadshow 2018 | £99 for Members

BVNA CPD Roadshow 2018 | £99 for Members

6th November 2017

BVNA brings you a series of day events running from 9.30am - 4.30pm gaining at least 5 hours of CPD in one go.  Cost includes refreshments, lunch, course notes and CPD Certificate.

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Schedule 3 Consultation Update

Schedule 3 Consultation Update

2nd November 2017

BVNA was not surprised with the outcome of the consultation, although being such an emotive and important issue we would have liked to have seen a higher percentage of Registered Veterinary Nurses and student veterinary nurses responding.

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