The VNJ is always looking for veterinary nurses to write about their experiences.

The VNJ belongs to you and your input to content is vital to keep it relevant to the nursing profession. You will have seen the Features list in the January issue which is a list of topics that we are hoping to publish in each edition; although, remember that we will also include two or three other topics as well.

We can only achieve this if nurses like you submit articles. If you have a specific area of interest or a lot of experience with specific species, please consider writing for us.

We are looking for articles on:

Anaesthesia and Theatre Practice for our July issue, which needs submitting before the beginning of April Emergency & Critical Care plus Wound Management for our August issue, which needs submitting before the beginning of May Veterinary Diagnostics for our September issue, which needs submitting before the beginning of June Behaviour for our October issue, which needs submitting before the beginning of July Zoo and Wildlife for our November issue, which needs submitting before the beginning of August Nutrition for our December issue, which needs submitting before the beginning of September

The articles can be an advanced nursing practice or a ‘back to basics’ article; you can base it on a case study or new technology to aid monitoring patients. The choice is yours!

If you think you would like to have a go, check the BVNA website for how to submit an article or contact nicola@bvna.co.uk for more information. 


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