Let’s talk toxic veterinary workplaces. We’ve all been there to some degree, and I feel it’s important to be aware of a few things that might contribute to that. 1. Presence of bullying and gossip. Whether you have seen it, heard it, or been a part of it
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Are you doing veterinary nurse consults in your practice? Vet Nurse Consults hold an important place in vet hospitals as they not only benefit clients and patients, but they also allow vet nurses to utilise their skills and knowledge to educate clients.
Who doesn’t love a little x-ray positioning and directional terminology?? We use many of these terms on a daily basis and so they often become second nature to us. But it’s never a bad thing to review the terminology every now and then to make sure we u
What does your surgical admission process look like? Is it written down and does every veterinary nurse follow the same steps? Different hospitals have different procedures they follow when booking in and admitting patients for surgical procedures….
For better or worse, as a veterinary nurse, we see the changes that occur and get to be an integral part of caring for and managing our patients’ wounds. Welcome to Part 2 in Wound and dressing management for veterinary nurses…..
Another thing I love in my job as a veterinary nurse is being a part of wound and dressing management. For better or worse, as a vet nurse, we see the changes that occur and get to be an integral part of caring for and managing our patients’ wounds. …
Whether you’re a student or a qualified veterinary nurse, these tips apply and I use most of them every day! I could definitely list more than 20 tips but these are a good start. 1. Starting a new job? Be prepared! Write down a list of questions you may h
Whether you’re a student or a qualified veterinary nurse, these tips apply and I use most of them every day! If you missed tips 1 to 10, you can click here to read 20 Survival Tips for Every Veterinary Nurse and Tech: Part 1 Tip 11. Complete CPD
Does your clinic place patients undergoing general anaesthetic for routine procedures on IV fluids every time? BEFORE anaesthetising them! Yes, even the procedures that take less time thank actually placing the IV in…. *cough* cat castrates *cough* Doe