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Specialist equipment includes a state-of-the-art “gait analysis walkway”, which provides a range of data for clinical and research purposes.

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Some councillors expressed concerns about the potential animal welfare implications of a trial, which would see POM-Vs prescribed without a physical examination.

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History made during October’s council meeting when VN council chairman and vice-chairman joined other appointed members and elected representatives for event at college’s HQ.

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Experiences such as feeling valued and admired by colleagues, and generally “fitting in” – are the biggest drivers in avoiding burnout and exit from the profession, researchers said.

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Scheme aims to provide “uniquely global perspective” that recognises regional, economic and cultural aspects that may affect prevalence and impact of veterinary wellness.

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Isabelle Vets in Guernsey take part in “Bright Tights Day” for charity that helped former director who battled ovarian cancer.

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“I really believe this is a field VNs can have a huge impact on in terms of patient outcomes and I am keen to support all nurses in setting up these clinics” – John Redbond, dermatology nurse advisor.

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Programme will explore leader aspirations of females, as well as equip them with tools needed to help promotion into senior posts.

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The VetCPD course, launching on 19 November, will focus on nursing of paediatric and geriatric patients, and cover five modules.

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Mark Lowrie discusses advances of indentifying and managing the various types of this condition.

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Paul Burr breaks down ways to counter these infections via various control and prevention methods.

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Myra Forster-van Hijfte offers her thoughts on a new possibility in canine veterinary care, and suggests ways vets could embrace this emerging trend for the benefit of dogs and their owners.

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Kate Forshaw and Livia Benato outline the perioperative and nutritional management required by these animals, with a focus on ferrets and skunks.

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We’re used to technology in our everyday lives, but Stuart Carmichael explains why practices need to ensure staff are trained, willing and able to accept it at work, too.

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Safia Barakzai looks at which cases can benefit from the use of this airway assessment technique in equine patients.

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Julii Elliott was the winner of last year's £1,000 bursary for the Certificate of Veterinary Nursing in Emergency and Critical Care course, courtesy of VN Times and Vets Now. Here, the RVN reflects on her experience, the challenges of study and the joys of completion.

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This month we are joined by a ZSL London Zoo RVN, who talks about life on the wild side of animal care.

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Gayle Morrison and Peter Forsythe outline a strategy for dealing with this ear disease in small animals to maximise the chances of a successful outcome and minimise the likelihood of chronic disease onset.

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In this month's Practice Champions feature, we’ve teamed up with Virbac and hear from Louise Manton, who discusses the importance of feeding pets the right diet for their age, breed size and lifestyle.

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From treating lemurs with lasers and checking penguin chicks, to scanning pregnant sloths while up stepladders, and caring for poorly pigs, no two days are the same for a zoo RVN. Holly Kernot visited ZSL London Zoo to find out more...

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BVNA honorary treasurer Erika Feilberg discusses work-life balance and how sometimes, you have to say no.

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Claire Bloor explores the significance of veterinary nurses’ involvement in the provision of dental services – both in the veterinary surgery environment and take-home advice for owners.

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Jen Oliver discusses the intricacies of hyperthyroid cases and the VN role within them – from assisting early detection to client education.

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It is often said the best things come in small packages. For a branch of Cromwell Vets, that package proved to be a 9m by 4m prefabricated box. It’s not a lot, but, as VBJ discovered, it's already having a big impact ...

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Medivet senior partners Adi Nell and Erwin Höhn, in the first of two articles, look at the manpower problem as a precursor to delivering a framework for analysis and a strategic plan for all stakeholders in part two ...

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James Westgate, VBJ editor, visits two practices using complementary therapies as a viable alternative revenue stream ...

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Liz Barton discusses the issues and challenges surrounding returning to work in the fourth instalment of her groundbreaking VBJ series.

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Nuala Summerfield explains that rather than being a cause for concern, technology provides real opportunities for anyone prepared to embrace it.

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