In a new and exclusive International Cat Care column for VN Times, VNs with an interest in all things feline offer their views on cat topics. Kicking off is RVN Carly Rideout, on brachycephaly.6 mins
In the second of a two-part article, RVN Shakira Miles and vet Samantha Barley look at how VNs and other veterinary staff can help report suspected cases of dog fighting.
RVN Kat Warren reviews the speakers, social activities and nursing trail from this annual event aimed at promoting veterinary education for tomorrow.12 mins
Burnout takes time to happen, but can be recognised and stopped before it is too late. Renowned mental health lecturer and author Mike Scanlan advises readers on how to look for the signs in both themselves and colleagues.
Louise has chosen triage as the subject to put under the spotlight this month, as well as the VN’s role within the process...
Halfway through, Ruth Clooney-Power is finding the CertVN ECC certificate ever more applicable day-to-day...
VN Times editor Rebecca Hubbard continues our look at compulsory microchipping legislation one year on, talking to VNs about how the law impacted practice both immediately after implementation, and 12 months later.15 mins
May might be over, but, as RVN and BVNA regional coordinator Gemma Reeve explains, it doesn’t mean it’s time to stop pushing the profession forward...
RVN Ruth Clooney-Power powers through with her certificate, despite taking on more work and avoiding procrastination in the sunshine…3 mins
With May hosting Mental Health Awareness Week, RVN Emma Gerrard reminds us all it’s okay to struggle, it’s good to say so, and you are not alone...
VN Times editor Rebecca Hubbard talks to VNs “at the coalface” about how the Government’s decision to make dog microchipping a legal requirement impacted immediately after and 12 months later...
RVN and BVNA council member Stacey Bullock tries to get the non-training practices among you on board…6 mins
RVN Helen Russell shares her journey to becoming a practice owner and how, if they wish, fellow veterinary nurses can do the same.
In RVN Ruth Clooney-Power’s latest entry, she documents how learning the Certificate of Veterinary Nursing in Emergency and Critical Care isn’t always plain sailing...4 mins
RVN Helen Tottey implores readers to tear down the walls stopping them from carrying out consultations, starting from within practice.
BVNA Welshpool regional coordinator Emma Gerrard wonders why vets do not seem to be aware of what RVNs can offer them.
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.