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  • Kristina Kisbee
    VPMA announces Lunchtime Management Update on the new RCVS Practice Standards Scheme
    Kristina Kisbee

    The Veterinary Practice Management Association (VPMA) has announced the latest title in its series of Lunchtime Management webinars for members. Practice Standards Group (PSG) member, Pam Mosedale (pictured below), will deliver her talk entitled ‘Update on Changes to RCVS Practice Standards Scheme, Keeping Managers in the Loop’ at 1pm on the 17th February. The webinar is timely as the PSG will be launching a consultation in early February to refine the scheme’s details. (Further details will...
    30-01-2015, 12:58 PM
  • Kristina Kisbee
    National Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month | May 2015
    Kristina Kisbee
    The aim of National VN Awareness Month is to help create awareness of the importance of the veterinary nursing profession and the provision of responsible pet care. From 1 - 31 May you and your veterinary nursing staff are invited to become a supporter of our year on year campaign by becoming involved with promoting your amazing profession.
    Practices and colleges throughout the UK are invited to join us in spreading the word about the importance of the role of the Veterinary Nurse in practice...
    28-01-2015, 06:07 PM
  • Kristina Kisbee
    Job Satisfaction and Co-operation Survey
    Kristina Kisbee

    Hannah O'Shea RVN is currently undertaking research for her final year BSc in Veterinary Nursing. The survey aims to look at co-operation and communication within veterinary practice, with the aim of assessing its relationship to factors such as job satisfaction. Qualified vets and student and qualified veterinary nurses are eligible to participate in the study as long as you are working with other professional groups in practice. All answers are anonymous.
    Please help by taking...
    28-01-2015, 06:00 PM
  • Kristina Kisbee
    Overwhelming support for Nowzad
    Kristina Kisbee

    BVNA is delighted to announce that the funds raised for the 2014 Charity of the Year, Nowzad, totalled in excess of Ł 6,320.
    Throughout 2014 veterinary nurses and practice staff from around the country organised fundraising events. Funds were also raised by the BVNA regional co-ordinator team who held Nowzad Roadshows. The BVNA Congress also raised monies by holding raffles, an x-ray competition and a quiz night during the event.
    BVNA Senior Vice President Kirstie Shield...
    28-01-2015, 05:58 PM
  • Kristina Kisbee
    BVNA to provide access to the 2014 congress lecture recordings to members.
    Kristina Kisbee


    BVNA members can now access the lecture recordings from the entire 2014 programme through the ‘Members Area’ of the BVNA website.

    This benefit has been introduced to provide members with the opportunity to gain free quality and easily accessible online CPD.
    BVNA President, Fiona Andrew, said “BVNA are delighted to provide this additional benefit to its members as quality CPD is invaluable and with easy access through the new BVNA website, members can listen to...
    28-01-2015, 05:53 PM
  • Kristina Kisbee
    Webinar for animal owners on what to expect from their practice
    Kristina Kisbee
    In March 2015 we will be holding a webinar to help animal owners better understand what to look out for when choosing their veterinary practice. - See more at: http://www.rcvs.org.uk/news-and-even....riqCxikX.dpuf

    In March 2015 we will be holding a webinar to help animal owners better understand what to look out for when choosing their veterinary practice
    The webinar, titled ‘What to expect from your veterinary...
    28-01-2015, 05:48 PM
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  • Caroline Johnson
    Reply to It's all in name
    Caroline Johnson
    I vote for first names, Gavin (may I call you that Mr Hill-John?!)....main reasons being that relationships matter and vets have no need to establish...
    28-01-2015, 07:17 PM
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    It's all in name
    Gavin Hill-John
    I had a really interesting conversation last week about whether a vet should be called Mr Smith or John. Should we be using a formal approach and using their surname or a more relaxed approach and using their first name. When I worked for ASDA the whole culture of the business was based around using peopl...
    28-01-2015, 10:02 AM
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    Caroline Johnson
    Y'know I can just about cope with dogs being unvaccinated and fed the wrong diet...but reading about dogs never going for walks, owners being happy to...
    27-01-2015, 02:46 PM
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    Call for pet shops to help welfare crisis - PDSA's Paw report
    Kristina Kisbee
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    Let's look at the modern cat owner. We know that the percentage of single people living alone has risen dramatically in recent years and...
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