A veterinary nurse found herself on both sides of the consult table after helping with life-saving surgery on her pet dog.4 mins
One of the veterinary nurses spearheading the RCVS and BVNA VN Futures project has asked whether VNs are "strong enough advocates for the profession".
Veterinary nurses from a York-based practice are inviting clients to get their claws out for charity as part of Veterinary Nurse Awareness Month.
A congress created to provide careers information for student veterinary nurses is now open for registration.
The RCVS has today announced the results of its 2016 RCVS council and VN council elections.
Vettimes.co.uk and its sister publication VN Times are looking for top tips on how to stimulate eating and drinking in inappetent cats and dogs, for a new competition.5 mins
Animal welfare charity Blue Cross is calling for qualified or retired veterinary nurses to donate their spare time and volunteer to help needy pets at London-based events.
The Vet Futures and VN Futures action plans will be launched at a summit on 4 July at the RVC in London.
The RCVS will be holding Regional Question Time meetings Nottingham and Cardiff during May.
The BVNA has said it is "confident" its 2016 congress will be "the most exciting and successful yet".
Vets and VNs contributing data to a new study aimed at improving the early detection of pain in cats can win themselves a host of prizes.
The veterinary profession's unsung heroes were recognised at the 2016 BSAVA Awards.
The RCVS has published a guide on fitness to practise issues for student veterinary nurses and veterinary nursing education providers.
Rebecca Hubbard takes a closer look at the candidates for this year’s VN council elections – and implores you to use your vote.2 mins
Issues surrounding human resources and nurse consultations will be addressed by two new regional CPD workshops announced by SPVS and the VPMA.
A veterinary nurse has raised more than £10,000 in a crowdfunding appeal to fund research into Alabama rot.
Following a BBC casting call for vets who fancy themselves as television presenters, vet times can confirm producers would also welcome applications from veterinary nurses.