Celebrating Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month

May 2022 is Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month. Veterinary Nursing Awareness month is a yearly celebration in recognition of the skills and value registered veterinary nurses bring to animal health and welfare.

To celebrate, we’ve put together this playlist which features full episodes, 60-Second CPD challenges and short clips from all of the wonderful veterinary nurses who have joined us on Veterinary Ramblings – Catch up on some CPD, be inspired and Enjoy!

Our playlist features the following guests: Emily Holmes (EmPowering RVN Media), Wendy Nevins, Georgia Woods-Lee (@thefatvetnurse), Anna Mercer (@ferretnurservn), Nikki McLeod (@felinefabulousvetnursing), Hannah Olliff-Lee (@physio.rvn), Jessica Joosse (@nutritionrvn), Chloe Mackintosh (@thecharityvetnurse), Jo Hinde, Jane Davidson (#PlanetRVN), Sam Morgan, Helen Ballantyne and Matthew Rendle!

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#PlanetRVN with Jane Davidson

Jane Davidson is an experienced vet nurse, writer, blogger and educator who has been supporting vets, nurses and students through her blog #PlanetRVN. She was nominated for UK Blogger for the Year in 2019, a finalist for Pet Blogger of the year in 2018, among many other achievements. If there’s

Treatments & Transplants with Helen Ballantyne

This week we sat down with the extremely talented and ambitious Helen Ballantyne! Helen is qualified in Pharmacology, Veterinary Nursing and Human Medicine and currently is the Transplant Co-ordinator for the Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. We discuss the differences between human and veterinary nursing (as well as the

Tasty Tapirs (and other Exotics) with Matthew Rendle RVN

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Exotics or NTCAs: What should you call the ‘weird’ pets?

You may have heard us mention these types of animals on Veterinary Ramblings before: they include hedgehogs, sugar gliders, and many other small furry friends – often called ‘exotic’.

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