Veterinary Nursing News

Veterinary Nursing News

  • Transfer to the new website: FAQs

    Here are some FAQs concerning the transition to the new vetnurse website: My avatar looks squished, why? It MUST be cropped to a square before you upload it to the website, or it will be squished/stretched by the system. If you have any problems...

    VetNurse Colleagues

    VetNurse Colleagues VetNurse Colleagues is a great way to keep in touch with friends and contacts in the profession, and you can also use it to create your own peer support network, a group of members whose opinions you value, and who you might like to...
  • VetNurse Forums

    The VetNurse Forums should be self-intuitive to use. However, there are a couple of important things to know and some useful features we'd like to highlight. Who can read my posts? The registration process for VetNurse is designed to deter people...
  • The VetNurse Community

    The VetNurse community centres around three main features of the website: Your Colleagues A personalised address book of VetNurse members that you can use to communicate efficiently with each other, in complete privacy. To learn how to use 'Your...
  • My Account

    To get the most out of VetNurse, it is very important that you do two things: Add a short biog, and a photograph to your VetNurse Profile If you want to be a part of the community, other members need to know a bit about you. And it's nice to...