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In response to the profession’s need for high quality, assessed CPD that can be accessed any time – we are releasing our first on-demand courses.
The Veterinary Nurse-Client Communication Matrix provides the first ever tool for teaching and for reference within practice that is specifically for veterinary nurses, and with their unique role and values at the forefront.
The BVNA have produced a webinar, which was aired live on Facebook on 19th March 2021, and included BVNA President Jo Oakden, RVN and RN Helen Ballantyne, RVN Tom Reilly and MRCVS Liz Mullineaux.
The RCVS VN Council, following an extension of the nomination period, sees 14 candidates put themselves forward for the one remaining place on Council.
The RCVS Mind Matters Initiative (MMI) held a series of activities to mark Neurodiversity Celebration Week 2021, which runs from 15th – 21st March this year.
Professor David Argyle has announced his personal decision to resign from RCVS Council.
The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) have launched the strategy of the Diversity and Inclusion Working Group, outlining the areas of focus to improve diversity and inclusion within the veterinary professions.
A recent survey run by Veterinary Woman (VW) and SPVS has highlighted the impact of the menopause on working life, with three-quarters concerned about its impact on health, life and work.
At the January meeting of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) Council, members approved a pathway for registered veterinary nurses (RVNs) to become Assessors for the Practice Standards Scheme (PSS) and also approved a new Equine Emergency Services Clinic accreditation.
Veterinary Nurse and ONCORE tutor Emma Gerrard, has been appointed BSAVA regional chair and council representative – and is the first veterinary nurse to represent the association in this role.