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Jill at ONCORE had a quick Q&A with John to find out why dermatology makes him ‘tick’, and why he thinks nurses play such an important role in this area of clinical practice.
On Sunday 3 November, the BVA launched a new report on ‘One Health in Action’ to showcase some of the exciting One Health projects making an impact in the UK.
The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) has produced a six-point checklist poster for use in the practice setting to help veterinary surgeons remember the key things they need to consider when delegating work to veterinary nurses under Schedule 3.
At the last VNDG meeting in Spring the lecturers and delegates discussed setting up and running nurse clinics, something ONCORE provides real help and training on.
There are two sides to the phrase ‘the value of veterinary nurses’.
We all appreciate the value in the work they do, the vital role they play in patient care, and that the practice team could not function without them. But what about the financial value to practice business? How much is this overlooked?
Two pretty much identical jobs: same area of the country, similar role responsibilities, similar remuneration, similar business size and structures. Yet, one ad receives 4 quality applicants and the other receives none. Why?
ONCORE and Attract, Recruit, Retain join forces to help you to find the right team member for your practice.
A small tribute to Louise to recognise her amazing work and life.
Nothing we can say or do will be enough, but we wanted to remember her in some small way.
The District Veterinary Nursing Development Group have released their vision for district veterinary nursing, and their aims for the work of the group.
Patient-friendly practice: how achievable is putting the behavioural and emotional needs of patients at the centre of routine patient interactions and care?