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Don't be afraid of mental health first aid for your veterinary practice

Dont Be Afraid Of Mental Health First Aid In Your Veterinary Practice V2
Posted in 1. Mental health resources at 14 September, 2016

We can all be gatekeepers of each other's mental health in the veterinary industry. A Veterinarian in your practice seems a little different lately. She is quieter and you're noticing she is struggling to make quick decisions. Additionally, she has .........

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Posted by Rosie Overfield, CCG
 

Conversations on a bus...Hanson, Trump & why I chose to be a veterinary nurse

Conversationa On A Bus
Posted in Our Community at 21 July, 2016

Sometimes conversations with strangers on a bus can take an interesting turn... I don't normally travel via public transport but with my much beloved convertible being out of action these last 3 months I have been forced to rely on .........

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Posted by Gillian Shippen, Nurse Manager & Director, Pets Need A Life Too
 

Attention Vet Nurses....Professional Development Scholarship Fund - Apply Now..

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Posted in Our Community at 10 December, 2015

Start 2016 off right ..by furthering your career... The Veterinary Nurses Council of Australia offers support and direction for veterinary nurses and sets and maintains standards for excellence in animal care through quality education. In order to assist...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie
 

To Change or To Be Changed Forever

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Posted in Guest Blogger at 26 November, 2015

Recently the VNCA Executive committee made a significant change that will alter the course of it's future.It is an exciting time as we develop the roadmap to ensure the VNCA's longevity. For those who do not know, the VNCA has a rich history........

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Posted by Jacque Pollitt, President Elect VNCA
 

Work in the veterinary industry? You need to understand compassion fatigue

Work In The Veterinary Industry You Need To Understand Compassion Fatigue
Posted in 1. Mental health resources at 05 November, 2015

Compassion Fatigue has been described as the "cost of caring for others in emotional and physical pain. Compassion fatigue can be described as an emotional or spiritual exhaustion that takes over an individual. It is a state of tension and preoccupation w...

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Posted by Rosie Overfield, CCG
 

Help Us Improve Veterinary Nurse Training

Are You Happy With The Standard Of Vet Nurse Training
Posted in Our Community at 09 July, 2015

Are you happy with the standard of veterinary nurse training in Australia? Not happy? Here's an opportunity to have your say as explained by someone who knows all about the process.... The National Industry Advisory Group (NIAG) for Veterinary Nursing is...

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Posted by Jasmine Pengelly, VNCA Exec & NIAG Representative
 

Your thoughts on the state of the veterinary industry in Australia?

I Have A Question For Our Community
Posted in Our Community at 28 May, 2015

Veterinarian, veterinary nurse, practice manager, practice owner.
What would you say if you were asked to write down your thoughts about the state of the veterinary profession in Australia and your experiences of being a part of it?...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 

Veterinary Nurses: We get compassion fatigue because we care

Compassion fatigue because we care
Posted in Guest Blogger at 11 December, 2014

Examing stress and fatigue in veterinary nurses and other paraprofessionals. When veterinary nurses are asked why they do their jobs, the overwhelming response is "because I want to help animals". Veterinary nursing is often more than just a career......

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Posted by Rosie Overfield, HR Consultant & Counsellor, CCG
 

Tiffany Swift, Winner - Vet Nurse of the Year 2014

2014 Vet Nurse Of The Year Winner
Posted in Guest Blogger at 06 November, 2014

Tiffany Swift, winner of the 2014 VNCA Hills Vet Nurse of theYear Award shares some of her thoughts... JG: Congratulations Tiffany on winning the 2014 VNCA Hills Vet Nurse of the Year Award that's such a fantastic achievement! How did feel when they anno...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie interviewing Tiffany Swift
 

When I was young I dreamed of working with animals: Reflections from a Veterinary Nurse

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Posted in Guest Blogger at 16 October, 2014

When I was young I used to dream of working with animals. Every day, being known for it amongst my friends and family, being at one with all my furry little followers (whom all of course adored me, co-operated, bonded with me, oh and of course thanked me...

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1 Comments   Posted by Amy Hope, VN, TAA Open Colleges
 

Calling All Veterinary Nurses - A letter from the VNCA President

Vnca Letter From The President
Posted in Our Community at 09 July, 2014

Calling All Veterinary Nurses! You may or may not be aware but the VNCA is comprised of volunteers, either current or former veterinary nurses who are passionate about their profession and want to make a difference to those nurses around them and the indu...

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Posted by Jacque Pollitt, President VNCA
 

Words from a Winner - VNCA Veterinary Nurse of the Year

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Posted in Our Community at 22 October, 2013

So what does the winner of the 2013 VNCA Vet Nurse of the Year Award think of her job, the industry and what it's like to be recognised by her peers in the veterinary industry?.... I've always loved animals from a young age, and after dipping my toes in...

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2 Comments   Posted by Laura Hayden, Senior Vet Nurse, Belmont Vet Centre
 

I'm a money hungry business person and proud of it!

I Am A Money Hungry Business Person
Posted in Client Service at 22 March, 2013

Does being a vet or a veterinary nurse really have to mean you can't be a business person? I recently wrote a blog post 'What does you perfect veterinary client look like?' that I suspected might fire up a few people as it's a bit of an uncomfortable top...

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4 Comments   Posted by Judy Gillespie
 
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