Claire Bloor shares her love for dentistry and experiencing in this field of vet nursing.11 mins
To mark International Women’s Day (8 March), emergency and critical care nurse Elle Haskey looks at the changes in veterinary nursing during the past 20 years, including the rise of female voices.
Ashley Arundale shares her experience of being diagnosed with a neurological condition just as her career journey was about to begin, and why it’s okay to be “different”.11 mins
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all walks of life – including the veterinary profession – in an unprecedented way. Here, with Alan Radford, RCVS Knowledge takes a look at the science of the virus, and how this informs approaches we should take to help slow its spread.
Dot Creighton charts her career journey thus far and her excitement for what comes next.11 mins
This month, Matt considers the “modern veterinary family”, and how VNs and vets can work together and make the most of each other’s skills to ensure the best patient care.
RCVS Knowledge shares a case study showing how clinical audits and checklists are crucial to reducing complication rates in practice.18 mins
Samantha Ware considers the nutritional imbalances that can arise in home-prepared meals, as well as the benefits of this growing trend.8 mins
BVNA honorary secretary Gemma Reeve ponders what 2020 will bring to the profession.
Ethylene glycol poisoning is extremely serious in cats and such cases are likely to increase in the winter months – Sarah Collins tells us more.
BVNA president Jo Hinde reflects on 2019 and looks forward at the year ahead.
RCVS Knowledge explains the benefits of carrying out such a process in practice.11 mins
RVNs can play a vital role in this challenging and fast-paced sector, as RVN Albert Holgate explains.
Prompted by a calendar reminder from this time last year, Jane Davidson offers some advice to those considering standing for RCVS VN council – and to act sooner rather than later if interested.