SVN Simon Johnson discusses the preconceptions he faces as a man in a predominately female profession and how this can be addressed in the future.18 mins
RVN Ruth Clooney-Power files the latest entry in her bursary diary, where she tells readers how she’s getting on with the Certificate of Veterinary Nursing in Emergency and Critical Care.
BVNA council member Jasmine Kilpatrick speaks about her first year as a diploma student VN.
VN Ruth Clooney-Power, the winner of our emergency and critical care bursary competition, begins her bi-monthly update on how the course is progressing...3 mins
Having begun her second year at the helm of the association, BVNA president Samantha Morgan speculates as to what might happen in 2016-17 and beyond.
Speaking in the association’s congress month, BVNA regional coordinator Emma Gerrard tells VN Times what the association means to her.7 mins
VN Times editor Rebecca Hubbard reveals the advisory panel that will be keeping your magazine at its best, and her on her toes…
RVN Rebecca Wright recounts the story behind her seven-hour stint in a kennel dressed as a rabbit to help raise awareness of the animal’s welfare needs.19 mins
In September's VN Voice, Natalie Franks, SVN at Anglia Ruskin University, talks about the initial year on her degree course.
BVNA president Sam Morgan’s time at Pride in London leads her to look at acceptance, in both practice and life.6 mins
Vets and VNs can be justifiably proud of what they have achieved to improve owner understanding and knowledge of nutrition, internal and external parasites, and vaccination. Sadly, however, the same cannot be said for dental and oral care.
Rebecca Hubbard looks at possibilities the internet can offer nurse advocacy efforts and talks to a particularly impassioned VN on how this can be done.12 mins
Rebecca Hubbard continues June's article on “a look at what’s occurring in practice” by hearing from more VNs about their day-to-day flea and tick treatment dealings, advice, compliance and more.
Rebecca Hubbard, in a new series, talks to RVNs about their day-to-day work, finding out what they like and love (and maybe what they don’t) about their jobs, and what it is they get up to.
RCVS VN council member and zoo RVN Matthew Rendle talks of the male side of the profession, where numbers are, unfortunately, dwindling.
The first year after qualifying as an RVN is exciting. You’ve passed your exams and your nursing progress log/clinical skills log is behind you, but, even qualified, you’re always learning – one of the great things about this profession.6 mins
VN Times editor Rebecca Hubbard asks VNs for their opinions on owner advice, compliance and the nurse’s role in practice regarding this hotly debated topic.
Over the past few months, I have been in the privileged position of spending time travelling around the country with my colleagues talking to VNs from all backgrounds about what being a nurse means to them and how they think it can be made better.