Vet Nurse Study Tips
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1M ago
Test and assignment submission anxiety can be a real hurdle for vet nurses throughout their studies. But fear not! With the right blend of mental and physical preparation, you can confidently stride towards success in your exams.  Picture this: you've dedicated hours to study, pouring over textbooks and notes. But have you considered the importance of nurturing your mind and body alongside your academic pursuits? Our furry friends, just like us, thrive on a balanced approach. So, let's delve into four key areas to ensure you're not just prepared academically, but emotionally and physicall ..read more
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Financial Freedom for Veterinary Nurses
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3M ago
Embarking on a financially rewarding journey as a vet nurse is not just a dream; it’s a tangible goal that can be achieved with the right strategies. Here’s my advice and guidance to help you unlock your financial potential while working in a job you love! Let’s have a look at a few things that may help you!  Building your skills by gaining experience across various veterinary nursing realms will put you way ahead of the game. Taking up any additional work within specialist clinics also assists in maximising your skills and knowledge. Things like emergency medicine, anaesthesia, cardiolog ..read more
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What's the difference between a Veterinary Nurse and Veterinary Technician
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7M ago
A very commonly asked question! What is the difference between a vet nurse and a vet tech - lets sit down and discuss! Watch the youtube video and don't forget to subscribe to see more - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANBIowVQ1rM What's the difference between a Veterinary Nurse and Veterinary Technician?! These are two terms that are often used interchangeably, but their meanings can vary depending on the country or region. Here are the general differences between the two roles as they are commonly understood: Veterinary Nurses 1. Location     - Predominantly used in ..read more
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How to work as an Australian Vet Nurse in the UK 
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10M ago
Working as a Vet Nurse in the United Kingdom (UK) as an Australian can be an amazing opportunity and I would highly recommend it if you are given the chance! Here are some general steps to get you started: 1. Check your qualifications: Ensure that your qualifications as a vet nurse in Australia are recognised in the UK. This can be done by contacting the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS), which is the regulatory body for veterinary professionals in the UK. They will guide you on the process of having your qualifications assessed. Alternatively you can apply to work as a VCA - Veterin ..read more
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How to earn GOOD money as a Veterinary Nurse 
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10M ago
 To earn good money as a vet nurse (its possible!) and I have some advice for you to take into consideration and how to make your dream career work for you! 1. Gain experience and specialize: Continuously build on your skills and knowledge by gaining experience in various areas of veterinary nursing. Specializing in a specific area, such as emergency medicine, anesthesia, or surgery, can make you more valuable and increase your earning potential. 2. Further education and certifications: Pursue additional education or certifications to enhance your qualifications. This can include adv ..read more
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Vet Nurses & Euthanasia..... How can we help our clients?!
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1y ago
“How can we as Vet Nurses, assist in making euthanasias as comfortable and compassionate as possible for clients”   Here's 10 great ideas that be easily implemented into clinics, Light a candle and display a sign in the waiting room to notify people in what might be a very noisy waiting room that a pet parent is saying goodbye to their pet.  Provide a designated grieving room that clients can spend as much time as needed before the procedure and afterwards. The last thing we want is for them to feel rushed.   Send a sympathy card a couple of days later  Book these app ..read more
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Don't forget us.....Vet Nurses need Wellness and Mental Health Awareness too
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1y ago
In many many mental health statistics the focus is generally on Veterinarians. However Vet Nurses make up around 43% of the veterinary industry! We are still a highly sought after and essential profession and we do struggle with the stress of working within a vet clinic too. In correlation with Veterinary Nurse & Tech Awareness week, I think it's important for this to be highlighted. You might have realised as the Vet Nurse that you are, we tend to be empathetic by nature, extremely dedicated and in your workplace you are most likely exposed to stressful situations DAILY. This is then ..read more
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The Vet Industry Needs Help
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1y ago
  We need more Vets & Vet Nurses..….. The Australian Veterinary Association AVA recently shared the statistics - There are 125,000 doctors for 26 million people. There are only 13,500 vets for 30.4 million pets…..   Simply put, there are too many pets for the amount of vets we have to look after them….. I speak on behalf of all vet nurses & techs when I say they aren’t excluded from the staff shortages…. - We need to start educating pet owners that we are all trying our best to manage the huge increase in pets - We need to help more people navigate their way to a care ..read more
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A Day in the Life of a Vet Nurse
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1y ago
The roles of a veterinary nurse are hugely varied, and nurses wear many hats within a vet clinic. A vet nurse does everything from anaesthetist to receptionist, phlebotomist, professional cuddler, lab technician, nutritionist, surgical assistant, grief counsellor, radiographer, paramedic and pharmacy assistant…. all in one day! We arrive before the clinic opens to perform a full examination on any hospitalised patients that may have stayed in overnight. This involves a full examination of the pets – checking heart and respiration rate, temperature, checking their pain levels, administering a ..read more
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