Georgina Sharman looks at the use of this in practice and how vet nurses can assist.31 mins
It can be very daunting trying to write an article, but it is not as scary as you might think. Nicola Ruedisueli RVN, shares some tips on how you can get your work published...
When you’re finishing a busy day in practice, or preparing for a busy day ahead, a journal club may not be on the top of your to-do list. But journal clubs are a great way to engage with the veterinary literature and can actually be a time-saving way to apply an evidence-based approach to your practice, says RCVS Knowledge.
Emma Gerrard discusses how to treat and prevent this parasite, as well as successful client education.
Nicola Lakeman looks at the benefits that an RVN’s involvement in ear cases can bring.18 mins
In the latest in our Practice Champions series, we team up with Ceva Animal Health to learn more about the results of the company’s pioneering Mercury Challenge, the largest international hypertension study in cats, and how it has revolutionised the way vet practices approach measuring blood pressure in cats.
Lacey Pitcher RVN, discusses the importance of understanding neurological differences between people in the workplace, and how these differences can make a difference…
Elle Payne covers the grading and management of this common spinal cord condition, before detailing care that can be offered by veterinary nurses.
April Louise Murphy discusses care of rabbits, guinea pigs and hamsters, including husbandry and nutrition.51 mins
Virbac highlights the differences between hypoallergy and dermatology diets, and the benefits of high protein in the management of skin diseases.
Stacey Westcott looks at critical factors to consider when treating these conditions, including nutrition, environment and medication.28 mins
In this month's Eye on EBVM column, three RVNs tested RCVS Knowledge’s updated free online EBVM Learning course, and reveal what they thought of it and why you should take a look.
Nicola Williams shares her passion for this speciality and advice on how to get involved.11 mins
Leonie Ager discusses the most prevalent causes of these conditions in cats and dogs, and treatments.
Elle Payne explains how the veterinary nurse assists in caring for canine patients with this disease.
Stacey Bullock looks at CPD within the profession and the options available to vet nurses.
Emma Gerrard advises on how to tackle these tricky parasites as spring approaches.
Claire Bloor shares her love for dentistry and experiencing in this field of vet nursing.
Heather Kirkness advises on how these types of injury are treated to help VNs deliver the best possible care to patients.