BVNA News

COVID-19 and the veterinary profession - webinar recording

COVID-19 and the veterinary profession - webinar recording

23rd March 2020

If you missed the live webinar by BVA on Sunday 22 March, here is a link to the recording. 

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Why RVN's aren't considered 'key workers'

Why RVN's aren't considered 'key workers'

21st March 2020

BVNA has made the following release regarding the pandemic and the status of "key worker's"...

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COVID-19 and the veterinary profession - free webinar

COVID-19 and the veterinary profession - free webinar

21st March 2020

I'd like to draw your attention to a free webinar  organised by BVA on 'COVID-19 and the veterinary profession' presented by Daniella Dos Santos.

The webinar takes place this Sunday, 22 March at midday.  Please share the registration link as widely as possible: it's open to all. 

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A message from BVNA President

A message from BVNA President

20th March 2020

"We are in unprecedented, worrying times for both human and animal welfare. Firstly I would like to say a huge thank you to all members of the veterinary community for your continued hard work and dedication since this outbreak began..."

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National Complementary Therapy Week

National Complementary Therapy Week

19th March 2020

It’s #NationalComplementaryTherapyWeek from 23rd to 29th of March, and we have put together some information for you on two therapies from UK associations for chiropractic and physiotherapy.

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Global Recycling Day 2020

Global Recycling Day 2020

16th March 2020

Have you thought about how you can make your veterinary practice more Eco-Friendly? Well, this Wednesday is Global Recycling Day, and the BVNA have some tips on how you can make more environmentally savvy choices in the workplace.

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My time on the council has been amazing!

My time on the council has been amazing!

9th March 2020

Wendy Nevins shares her BVNA Council experience with us! If you want to find out more about being a council member, elections are open and close on 31st March.   Find out about joining the council and how to be nominated for election here: https://www.bvna.org.uk/council-and-staff/bvna-council-nominations

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National Careers Week 2020

National Careers Week 2020

6th March 2020

Did you always know you wanted to be a Veterinary Nurse? Now that you have followed your dream, you never know who you’re inspiring when someone walks through your practice doors. Check out our resources that can be passed on to anyone who wants to become a veterinary nurse!

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Returning to Work as an RVN

Returning to Work as an RVN

5th March 2020

Returning to the veterinary industry can seem like a daunting process, and this blog covers tips on how to get back into veterinary nursing and the requirements from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) to get back onto the Register.  If you have a story of returning to work as a Veterinary Nurse that you’d like to share with us, get in touch bvna@bvna.co.uk.

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Are you passionate and interested in making a difference in our profession?

Are you passionate and interested in making a difference in our profession?

3rd March 2020

BVNA is calling on all full members and student members to stand for election onto BVNA Council. This year, BVNA are looking for 5 full members and 2 student members to stand for election.

Have your say on who’s representing your association at #BVNACouncilElections2020!

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Call for future authors for the VNJ

Call for future authors for the VNJ

2nd March 2020

The VNJ is always looking for veterinary nurses to write about their experiences.

The VNJ belongs to you and your input to content is vital to keep it relevant to the nursing profession. 

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RESEARCH PROJECT | Assessment of acute pain in companion animals

RESEARCH PROJECT | Assessment of acute pain in companion animals

2nd March 2020

Amy Homer is carrying out research for her MSc in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia on 'The use of pain assessment tools by Veterinary Nurses for the assessment of acute pain in companion animals'.

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